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Human sociality in the times of the Covid-19 pandemic: A systematic examination of change in greetings
JournalArticle (Originalarbeit in einer wissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift)
 
ID 4610431
Author(s) Mondada, Lorenza; Bänninger, Julia; Bouaouina, Sofian A.; Camus, Laurent; Gauthier, Guillaume; Hänggi, Philipp; Koda, Mizuki; Svensson, Hanna; Tekin, Burak S.
Author(s) at UniBasel Mondada, Lorenza
Svensson, Hanna
Tekin, Burak
Schneerson, Julia
Bouaouina, Sofian
Hänggi, Philipp
Gauthier, Guillaume
Camus, Laurent
Koda, Mizuki
Year 2020
Title Human sociality in the times of the Covid-19 pandemic: A systematic examination of change in greetings
Journal Journal of Sociolinguistics
Volume 24
Number 4
Pages / Article-Number 441-468
Keywords Change, conversation analysis, Covid-19, embodiment, ethnomethodology, greetings, human sociality, pandemic, tactility, video
Abstract Using multimodal conversation analysis this article examines embodied and tactile greetings in social interaction, documenting their change during the Covid-19 pandemic. Recognizing social interaction as foundational for human sociality, we consider greetings as a crucial normative, organizational, and ritual practice for mutually engaging in intersubjective action. Analyses use video recordings made in Switzerland (featuring (Swiss-)German and English as a lingua-franca), focusing on embodied greetings of acquainted people in public spaces at the age of Covid19—a historical moment in which physical proximity and contact are targeted by official measures restricting social interactions. Studying a range of tactile embodied greetings, the paper shows how they change from routine greetings to hesitated, suspended yet still completed ones, and to projected but resisted and refused ones. Furthermore, it reveals some ‘new’ practices of greeting (elbow/feetbumps, hugs-in-the-air) and their non-straightforward and accountable character, as well as how they sediment and normalize during the pandemic.
Publisher Wiley
ISSN/ISBN 1360-6441 ; 1467-9841
edoc-URL https://edoc.unibas.ch/79951/
Full Text on edoc Restricted
Digital Object Identifier DOI 10.1111/josl.12433
ISI-Number WOS:000572543400001
Document type (ISI) Article
 
   

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