Categories: LinguisticsCommunicationPsychology

Referring as a collaborative process

Herbert H. Clark, Deanna Wilkes-Gibbs

DOI: 10.1016/0010-0277(86)90010-7

Journal-article published February 1986 in Cognition volume 22 issue 1 on page 1-39
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Keywords: #communication theory  #conversational model   # literary model  Edit keywords

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The paper proposes a collaborative essential model for the process of definite reference in conversation. Their claim is that interpretation is a mutual effort, not, as standardly believed, either clear-cut from the beginning or solely an activity of the interlocutor. However, there are many forms of one-way communication, that are not consensus based. The frame of reference is one-sided. Another problem is “chat-bots”, and the frame of reference established with an artificial interlocutor.

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