Disorderly discourse : narrative, conflict & inequality / edited by Charles L. Briggs.
By: Briggs, Charles LLanguage: English Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1996.Description: [vii], 248p. ; 24cm.ISBN: 0195087771
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Includes bibl. references. - Contents: Telling troubles / Donald Brenneis; The trickster's scattered self / Ellen B. Basso; Embarrassment as pride: Cretan animal-thieves / M. Herzfeld; Detective stories at dinnertime: problem solving through co-narration / Elinor Ochs, Ruth C. Smith, Carolyn E. Taylor; Ideological dissonance in the American legal system / W.M. O'Barr, J.M. Conley; Consensus and dissent in US legal opinions / Elizabeth Mertz; "We want to borrow your mouth": Tzotzil marital squabbles / J.B. Haviland; Conflict, language ideologies and priviliged arenas of discursive authority in Warao dispute mediations / C.L. Briggs.