Talk and bodies in interaction

Publications

Books, edited books and special issues

–      Day, D. & Mortensen, K. (Eds.) (in press). Special Issue: Inscribed Objects and Professional Practices. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practices, 14(2-3).

–       Rasmussen, G., Mortensen, K. & Hazel, S. (Eds.) (2014). Special issue: A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct. Journal of Pragmatics. Vol. 65.

–      Wagner, J. & Mortensen, K. (Eds.) (2012). Conversation Analysis and Applied Linguistics. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (general editor C.A. Chapelle) (pp. 944-1127). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

–      Mortensen, K. (2008). Instructions and Participation in the Second Language Classroom. University of Southern Denmark. Unpublished PhD Dissertation.

Book chapters and journal articles 

–       Brouwer, C.E. & Mortensen, K. (in press). Coordinated note taking? Making (individual) notes in a social environment. To appear in Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practices, 14(2-3).

–       Day, D. & Mortensen, K. (in press). Introduction – Inscribed objects and professional practices. To appear in Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practices, 14(2-3).

–       Hazel, S. & Mortensen, K. (2019). Designedly incomplete objects as elicitation tools in classroom interaction. In Day, D. & J. Wagner (eds.): Objects, Bodies and Work Practices (pp. 216-249). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

–       Mortensen, K. & Wagner, J. (2019) Inspection sequences – multisensorial inspections of unfamiliar objects. Gesprächsforshung, 20. Pp. 399-343

–      Mortensen, K. & Wagner, J. (2018). Videoanalyse og samtaleanalyse (CA). In Davidsen, J. & M. Kjær (eds.) Videoanalyse af social interaction (pp. 115-150). Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur.

–       Hazel, S. & Mortensen, K. (2017). The classroom moral compass: Participation, engagement and transgression in classroom interaction. Classroom Discourse, 8(3), 214-234.

–       Mortensen, K. & Hazel, S. (2017). Navigating the moral maze: Order and transgression in language classroom participation. In Schwab, G., S. Hoffmann & A. Schön (eds.): Interaktion im Fremdsprachenunterricht. Beiträge aus der empirischen Forschung (pp. 113-132). Münster: LIT Verlag.

–       Mortensen, K. (2016). The body as a resource for other-initiation of repair: Cupping the hand behind the ear. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 49(1), 34-57.

–       Brandt, A. & Mortensen, K. (2016). Conversation Analysis and Intercultural Communication. In Zhù Huá (ed.): Research Methods in Intercultural Communication: A Practical Guide (pp. 297-310). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

–      Hazel, S. & Mortensen, K. (2014). Embodying the institution – Object manipulation in developing interaction in study counselling meetings. Journal of Pragmatics, 65, 10-29.

–      Hazel, S., Mortensen, K. & Rasmussen, G. (2014). Introduction- A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct. Journal of Pragmatics. 65, 1-9.

–      Mortensen, K. & Hazel, S. (2014). Moving into interaction – Social practices for initiating encounters at a help deskJournal of Pragmatics, 62, 46-67.

–      Mortensen, K. (2012). Conversation Analysis and Multimodality. In Wagner, J. & K. Mortensen (Eds.) Conversation Analysis and Applied Linguistics. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (general editor C.A. Chapelle) (pp. 1061-1068). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

–      Mortensen, K. & Wagner, J. (2012). Conversation Analysis: Overview. In Wagner, J. & K. Mortensen (Eds.) Conversation Analysis and Applied Linguistics. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (general editor C.A. Chapelle) (pp. 1075-1082). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

–      Mortensen, K. (2011). Doing word explanation in interaction. In Pallotti, G. & J. Wagner (Eds.), L2 Learning as Social Practice: Conversation-analytic Perspectives (pp. 135-163). Honolulu: National Foreign Language Resource Center.

–       Mortensen, K., & Hazel, S. (2011). Initiating round robins in the L2 classroom – preliminary observationsNovitas-Royal, 5(1), 55-70.

–       Mortensen, K. (2009). Establishing recipiency in pre-beginning position in the second language classroomDiscourse Processes, 46(5), 491-515.

–       Mortensen, K. (2008). Selecting next-speaker in the second language classroom: How to find a willing next-speaker in planned activitiesJournal of Applied Linguistics, 5(1), 55-79.

Conference proceedings

–      Buur, J., Mortensen, K., Nielsen, C. F., & Wagner, J. (2018). Emergent meaning and innovative insights with figurinesParticipatory Innovation Conference (PIN-C18) (pp. 294-302). Eskilstuna.

–      Luck, R., & Mortensen, K. (2015). Noticing objects within the home: Navigating a new dwelling with a video recorder. In Valkenburg, R., & C. Dekkers & J. Sluijs (Eds.), Proceedings of the Participatory Innovation Conference (PIN-C15) (pp. 410-415). The Hague: The Hague University of Applied Sciences.

–      Mortensen, K. (2013). Writing aloud: Some interactional functions of the public display of emergent writing. In Melkas, H. & J. Buur (Eds.), Proceeding of the Participatory Innovation Conference PIN-C13 (pp. 119-125). Lahti: Lappeenranta University of Technology.

–       Mortensen, K. (2012). Visual initiations of repair – some preliminary observations. In Ikeda, K. & A. Brandt (Eds.), Challenges and New Directions in the Micro-Analysis of Social Interaction (pp. 45-50). Osaka: Division of International Affairs, Kansai University.

–       Mortensen, K., & Lundsgaard, C. (2011). Preliminary notes on ‘Grooming the Object’: The example of an architectural presentation. In Buur, J. (Ed.), Participatory Innovation Conference Proceeding (PINC11) (pp. 99-104). Sønderborg: University of Southern Denmark.

Book reviews

–      Mortensen, K., & Hazel, S. (2020). Review of Goodwin, Charles (2018) Co-Operative Action. Pragmatics & Society, 11(1), 167-172.