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  1. Swahili Conditional Constructions in Embodied Frames of Reference: Modeling Semantics, Pragmatics, and Context-Sensitivity in UML Mental Spaces.Roderick Fish - 2020 - Dissertation, Trinity Western University
    Studies of several languages, including Swahili [swa], suggest that realis (actual, realizable) and irrealis (unlikely, counterfactual) meanings vary along a scale (e.g., 0.0–1.0). T-values (True, False) and P-values (probability) account for this pattern. However, logic cannot describe or explain (a) epistemic stances toward beliefs, (b) deontic and dynamic stances toward states-of-being and actions, and (c) context-sensitivity in conditional interpretations. (a)–(b) are deictic properties (positions, distance) of ‘embodied’ Frames of Reference (FoRs)—space-time loci in which agents perceive and from which they contextually (...)
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  • Rule‐Free Regulation: Exploring Regulation ‘Without Rules’ and Apart From ‘Deontic Categories’.Giuseppe Lorini & Stefano Moroni - forthcoming - Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour.
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  • Seeing the Situational Gestalt - Movement in Therapeutic Spaces.Michael B. Buchholz - 2020 - Gestalt Theory 42 (2):101-132.
    Summary This paper starts with a short review of recent developments in psychotherapy process research and analyzes that a medical, or better, technical approach in process research – using words such as ‘intervention’, ‘effect’ and ‘outcome’ – is gradually acknowledged as only one side of psychotherapy; the other, more human or ‘humanistic’ side, is ‘conversation’, described by prominent authors as ‘low technology’. Conversation analysis cannot study psychotherapy as a whole. Sessions are subdivided into ‘situations’. What are situations? I make a (...)
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  • Constructing Young Citizens’ Deontic Authority in Participatory Democracy Meetings.Simon Magnusson - 2020 - Discourse and Communication 14 (6):600-618.
    Young citizens are increasingly being invited to take part in participatory democracy meetings as joint decision-making has grown popular in public administration. The backbone of participatory democracy is that some authority is granted to the citizenry and by drawing on video data from a year-long participatory project, this conversation analytic study shows that the adolescents are instructed to a deontic role rooted in epistemics, benefactive considerations, as well as temporal aspects relating to future citizenship and hope. The institutional representatives perform (...)
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  • Jamaican Mothers’ Perceptions of Children’s Strategies for Resisting Parental Rules and Requests.Taniesha Burke & Leon Kuczynski - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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