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Bibliographical noteBiographical note Val Williams is a Disability Studies professor, who combines disability research with the systematic analysis of talk. She has previously published accounts of the fine-grained detail in conversations between people with intellectual disabilities and their support workers. Joe Webb is also a CA analyst, who has strong interests in the interactional consequences of questions, and in the application of Conversation Analysis to dementia talk. Marina Gall and Sandra Dowling are members of the team, who worked with disabled people to create practices which are better fitted to include them.
Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the support given in analysis by our co-investigators Professors Charles Antaki and Celia Kitzinger, and to thank all the people with dementia and their supporters who took part in this research.
- epistemic primacy
- Type Two knowables
- asymmetries in talk
- support practices
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Abbott, D. W. F., Dowling, S. F., Farmer, E., Gall, M. R. Y., Heslop, P., Mason, V. A., Merchant, W. E., Porter, S. M., Read, S. A., Reynolds, N., Steel, M., Sturdy, A. J., Tarleton, B., Turney, D., Webb, J. C., Sass, B., Turner, S., Hatton, C., Antaki, C., Kitzinger, C., Blue, S. & Hicks, L. J.
1/04/15 → 31/05/18