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  • 1.
    Santos Muñoz, Arantxa
    Dalarna University, School of Humanities and Media Studies, Spanish. Uppsala universitet.
    Attending multi-party videoconference meetings. The initial problem2016In: Language@Internet, ISSN 1860-2029, E-ISSN 1860-2029, Vol. 13, article id 3Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In computer-mediated communication (CMC) and video-mediated communication (VMC), conveying availability at the beginning of an encounter may become an intricate interactional task to be solved jointly by participants. Based on the analysis of 18 openings in multi-party videoconference meetings in Spanish, this article addresses how participants initiate interaction without a moderator. Taking Conversation Analysis (CA) as a methodological point of departure, the study shows that being present online does not necessarily indicate being available; even so, availability is one of the first interactional issues to be addressed at the beginning of an online interaction. The analysis illustrates how participants use different resources in order to display availability progressively during the three phases of the pre-meeting, and how interaction is unfolded until the establishment of mutual availability is accomplished. The findings lead to a discussion of the necessity for expanded notions like availability in CMC and VMC settings, in which the initial interactional problem is solved gradually.

  • 2.
    Santos Muñoz, Arantxa
    Dalarna University, School of Humanities and Media Studies, Spanish.
    El alinamiento modal al inicio de reuniones multipartitias por videoconferencia: una estrategia digital.2017Conference paper (Other academic)
  • 3.
    Santos Muñoz, Arantxa
    Dalarna University, School of Humanities and Media Studies, Spanish.
    El alineamiento modal en el preámbulo de reuniones por videoconferencia2015In: Lingüística en la Red, ISSN 1697-0780, E-ISSN 1697-0780, no XIII, p. 1-22Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The present paper aims at outlining the notion of modal alignment, a typical phenomen within the preambles of videoconference meetings, in which interaction can be held through written chat, image broadcasting and the audio-oral channel. Based on the interaction model developed by Erving Goffman and the methodology proposed by Conversation Analysis (CA), the analysis of the data, which come from eighteen meetings in Adobe Connect 7.0, shows that the selection of the channel within the analyzed interactional environment is a resource for showing alignment along the process of configuration of the participation frame. Moreover, it is shown that such selection can also be used as a strategy for managing of mutual orientation as well as turn-taking.

  • 4.
    Santos Muñoz, Arantxa
    Dalarna University, School of Humanities and Media Studies, Spanish.
    El español hablado por videoconferencia: La secuencia de comprobación de los canales de audio y vídeo2018Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Videoconference interaction is one of the most popular interactive modalities of the 21st Century and this modality is also very extended within the University context. In Sweden, for example, the number of online courses  increases continously and it is a fact that online teaching still carries several challenges. In the case of online language teaching the practice of spoken language continues being considered one of these main challenges, in part due to a lack of description of the conversational patterns through videoconference (Santos Muñoz, 2016).

    In the present paper I focus on the description of the checking sequence of audio and video channels (SCH). Within videoconference, the SCH sequence appears systematically at the beginning of the conversation, presenting both similarities and notable differences with the traditional greeting sequence and summons sequence in face-to-face modalities (Schegloff, 1968; Gallardo Paúls, 1993). Based on the analysis of examples of real interactions extracted from an audovisual corpus of meetings among sutdents of Spanish, I will show, firstly, how the SCH is mainly oriented to help with the development of the subsequent oral interaction among the participants;  secondly I will show how in many occasions the SCH sequence becomes the first thematic sequence of the spoken conversation, a fact that may be relevant not only for the effective establishment of the conversation itself but also from a didactic perspective, because the way it is produced may affect the (in)adequate performance of the SCH sequence, and this in the end may have consequences affecting the (un)effectiveness of the subsequent interaction among the online students.

  • 5.
    Santos Muñoz, Arantxa
    Dalarna University, School of Humanities and Media Studies, Spanish.
    La comprobación de los canales al inicio de encuentros por videoconferencia2016In: Spanish in Context, ISSN 1571-0718, E-ISSN 1571-0726, Vol. 13, no 3, p. 437-455Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [es]

    Partiendo de la metodología del Análisis Conversacional, el presente estudio examina una práctica habitual durante el inicio de encuentros por videoconferencia: la comprobación de los canales de audio y vídeo. Se muestra que dicha práctica con frecuencia se lleva a cabo a través de elementos como hola acompañados de marcas prosódicas concretas en función de las cuales los participantes pueden realizar diferentes acciones: solicitar una confirmación, confirmar el correcto funcionamiento de los canales o marcar la posible existencia de problemas técnicos. Se argumenta que aunque con dichos elementos también se contribuye al establecimiento de la orientación mutua y la disponibilidad recíproca de los participantes, la función principal de la primera secuencia de la interacción audiovisual es el chequeo del funcionamiento de los canales, por lo que se concluye que en videoconferencia la secuencia inicial de comprobación podría constituir la secuencia típica con la que se inicia la interacción oral.

  • 6.
    Santos Muñoz, Arantxa
    Dalarna University, School of Humanities and Media Studies, Spanish.
    La cronémimca de reuniones multipartitas en videoconferencia: Observaciones en torno al silencio de la fase de preparación2015In: Lengua y Habla, ISSN 1316-1180, Vol. 19, p. 56-76Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This study aims at examining vocal pauses during the preparation phase of eighteen multiparty video conference meetings. Based on Conversation Analysis (CA), data show that time length of vocal pauses in communication is reduced considerably during two moments of on-line conversation. This shows that there are three pre-meeting phases, namely, initial, transitional, and audiovisual. Vocal pauses exhibit specific features. It is also shown that written chats have intervals and lapses of time, and that the level of tolerance towards vocal pauses varies from phase to phase. This can be related with the attention level and availability. A maximum standard for time intervals at the transition phase is proposed. Oral and audio channels support levels of tolerance above three seconds. Finally, this study shows there are different chronemic tempos along a video conference preparation, in which elements such as the web camera seem to be relevant for interaction.

  • 7.
    Santos Muñoz, Arantxa
    Dalarna University, School of Humanities and Media Studies, Spanish.
    Nuevas secuencias interactivas en español: el inicio de reuniones por videoconferencia2019Conference paper (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [es]

    La videoconferencia forma parte de las modalidades de conducta interactiva del siglo XXI y pese a que los estudios que describen el funcionamiento de este tipo de conversación digital aún son escasos, en los últimos años la apertura de las reuniones en línea sí ha recibido cierta atención investigadora (cf. Mondada, 2010; Licoppe et al., 2014; Santos Muñoz,2016). La presente comunicación se enfoca en la descripción de varias secuencias y fenómenos interactivos los cuales aparecende forma sistemática en los preámbulos de reuniones llevadas a cabo en español a través de Adobe Connect, 7.0. En esta presentación partiremos de la adaptación de la metodología del Análisis Conversacional (AC) a entornos de videoconferencia para mostrar, en primer lugar, la estructura típica de este tipo de encuentros digitales multimodales. En segundo lugar, apoyándonos en ejemplos extraídos de un corpus audiovisual, mostraremos diferentes ejemplos de secuencias características en las que se observa cómo los participantes, a medida que avanza la interacción, ponen en funcionamiento una serie de prácticas interactivas mediante las cuales se va estableciendo de forma coordinada la situación de copresencia y disponibilidad recíproca típicas de las tradicionales secuencias de llamada-respuesta y saludo (cf. Schegloff, 1968; Kendon, 1990). De esta manera también se corrobora la función última del preámbulo de las reuniones por videoconferencia: asegurar la eficacia de la interacción posterior.

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