Presentation 2012-10-27
Discourse analysis of group discussion focusing on facilitator's influence
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Abstract(in English) In the social problem solving, there is a growing interest for information sharing, decision-making, and consensus building by dialogue. On the other hand, it is recognized that it is difficult to discuss in the group composed of various people. In this study, we have conducted an experimental group discussion that one group consists of six college students gives the task to make consensus on a given topic. To clarify the difference of if not the case that for the recorded data, there are facilitators. We have analyzed the implications of discourse does not occur and might be a role of the facilitator, and the existence of prerequisite knowledge at the start of the confirmation of the discussion is how the flow of the discourse, or influence.
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Keyword(in English) consensus formation / discourse analysis / facilitator / group discussion
Paper # TL2012-27,NLC2012-26
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Conference Date 2012/10/20(1days)
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Title (in English) Discourse analysis of group discussion focusing on facilitator's influence
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Keyword(1) consensus formation
Keyword(2) discourse analysis
Keyword(3) facilitator
Keyword(4) group discussion
1st Author's Name Wataru SUGIMOTO
1st Author's Affiliation Future University Hakodate()
2nd Author's Name Hiroko OTSUKA
2nd Author's Affiliation Future University Hakodate
Date 2012-10-27
Paper # TL2012-27,NLC2012-26
Volume (vol) vol.112
Number (no) 267
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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