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Roots of human sociality: culture, cognition and interaction

Author: Enfield, N. J. ; Levinson, Stephen C. Corporate author: Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Series: Wenner-Gren international symposium series Publisher: Berg, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 530 p. : Ill./Photos ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781845203948ISSN: 1475536XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Roots of Human Sociality Culture, Cognition and Interaction Contents Acknowledgments List of Figures List of Contributors Introduction: Human Sociality as a New Interdisciplinary Field N. J. Enfield and Stephen C. Levinson Part 1: Properties of Human Interaction 1 On the Human "Interaction Engine" Stephen C. Levinson 2 Interaction: The Infrastructure for Social Institutions, the Natural Ecological Niche for Language, and the Arena in which Culture is Enacted Emanuel A. Schegloff 3 Human Sociality as Mutual Orientation in a Rich Interactive Environment: Multimodal Utterances and Pointing in Aphasia Charles Goodwin 4 Social Actions, Social Commitments Herbert H. Clark 97 70 viii x xiii 1 39 126 Part 2: Psychological Foundations 5 Infant Pointing at 12 Months: Communicative Goals, Motives, and Social-Cognitive Abilities Ulf Liszkowski 153 6 The Developmental Interdependence of Theory of Mind and Language Janet Wilde Astington 179 7 Constructing the Social Mind: Language and False-Belief Understanding Jennie E. Pyers 8 Sylvia's Recipe: The Role of Imitation and Pedagogy in the Transmission of Cultural Knowledge Gyorgy Gergely and Gergely Csibra Part 3: Culture and Sociality 9 The Thought that Counts: Interactional Consequences of Variation in Cultural Theories of Meaning Eve Danziger 10 Cultural Perspectives on Infant-Caregiver Interaction Suzanne Gaskins 11 Joint Commitment and Common Ground in a Ritual Event William F. Hanks 12 Habits and Innovations: Designing Language for New, Technologically Mediated Sociality Elizabeth Keating Part 4: Cognition in Interaction 13 Meeting Other Minds through Gesture: How Children Use their Hands to Reinvent Language and Distribute Cognition Susan Goldin-Meadow 353 207 229 259 279 299 329 14 The Distributed Cognition Perspective on Human Interaction Edwin Hutchins 15 Social Consequences of Common Ground N. J. Enfield 16 Why a Deep Understanding of Cultural Evolution is Incompatible with Shallow Psychology Dan Sperber Part 5: Evolutionary Perspectives 17 Culture and the Evolution of the Human Social Instincts R. Boyd and P. J. Richerson 375 399 431 453 18 Parsing Behavior: A Mundane Origin for an Extraordinary Ability? Richard W. Byrne 478 19 Why Don't Apes Point? Michael Tomasello Index 506 525

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