Archive for the 'Research' Category

A vedio of interactive piece

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

A on-line vedio for
Multi-touch Interation Expriment, by Jefferson Y. Han 2006

The Journal of ICT

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006

An open journal for Information and Communication Technology.

International Journal of Education and development in Information and Communication Technology.

Key Persons for Conversation Analysis

Monday, January 2nd, 2006

1.Harvey Sacks, 1964, who originated a radical research programme which was designed to inverstigate the levels of social order that could be revealed in the everyday practice of talking.
2.John Austin,1964, Speech Act Theory, which argued that all uterances performed actions.
3. John Searle
5. Schegloff
6. Erving Goffman: In the 1950s, he developed a form of sociology which focused on the presentation of ’self’ in the multifarious situations of everyday life. At the core of this work was the ritual nature of face-to-face interaction.In his inverstigations, Goffman was primarily interested in what he called the ‘intereaction order’ (Goffman 1983).
7.Garfinkel: Contemporaneously with Goffman, Garfinkel was developing the form of sociology which became known as ethnomethodology. Ethnomethodology similarly proposes that everyday interaction constitutes a legitimate domain of sociological study.


Wednesday, December 21st, 2005

1. Conversation is comonplace and practical
2.Everyday conversation is a collection of language game.
3. Speech acts are the actions of conversation
4.Certain speech acts are similar in that they have a similar point or function in the conversational game
5.Everone assumes that participants are trying to follow the cooperative principle.
6. Being indirect is one important way of being polite or tactful.
7.An utternace counts as some particular action not only because of what it says, but because of the talk that surrounds it.
8. The concept of preference is not based on participants’ psychological desires or motivations.