- Title Pages
- 1 The Function of Questions in Institutional Discourse
- 2 The Design and Positioning of Questions in Inquiry Testimony
- 3 Questioning in Medicine
- 4 Interrogating Tears
- 5 Grammar and Social Relations
- 6 Asking Ostensibly Silly Questions in Police‐Suspect Interrogations
- 7 Pursuing Views and Testing Commitments
- 8 Questions That Convey Information in Teacher‐Student Conferences
- 9 “Is That Right?”Questions and Questioning as Control Devices in the Workplace
- 10 Questioning in Meetings
- 11 The Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Reflective Questions in Genetic Counseling
- 12 Questions in Broadcast Journalism
- 13 Questions and Institutionality in Public Participation Broadcasting
- 14 “I'm Calling to Let You Know!”
- 15 “How May I Help You?”
- Why Do You Ask?
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