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Enhua Guo currently works at Tongji University/Univerisity of Texas, Austin. Enhua does research in functional linguistics/semiotics, ethnomethodology/conversation analysis, embodied interaction, and multimodal interaction analysis. His current project is 'Multimodal Interactions in China's Dental Clinics.'
Review of International perspectives on teaching and learning academic English in turbulent times
This paper looks into the systematic organization of teacher-initiated turn-taking in online GSL (German as second language) sessions conducted via one of the video-conferencing platforms (Tencent Meeting), and cross-examines the virtual instructional environment created by it with face-to-face GSL instructions. Drawing on the framework of Multimod...
This study investigates a variety of ways in which dental clinicians and adult guardians touch child patients to get them to participate in dental procedures in China’s mainland. Children at the dentist’s office often experience pain and show fear, and dental care practitioners as well as adult guardians (in our case, parents and grandparents) perf...
Abstract：Conversation analysts treat conversation as social action; this sociological orientation of CA has an implication that it does not exclude non-verbal actions from CA’s remit since its foundation. This article discusses the theoretical and methodological succession from ethnomethodology, through CA to CA-based multimodal interaction researc...
I think the focus of question falls on whether these online interactions are "naturally occurring" or not. Or how do you define "naturally occurring interaction"?
I'd like to hear your opinions. Thank you in advance!