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Contributing to the elaboration of a design artefact according to one's interactional position: visual and audible evidence

Abstract : This exploratory working paper examines the SPSD2010 data from an interactional viewpoint. I analyse how two participants in a design meeting each contribute to the elaboration of the artefact. In the SPSD2010 data, something we see in all three pairs of designers is that one of the two designers majoritarily occupies the whiteboard (WB). This is particularly strong in the Anonymous meeting, where, with two exceptions, Male 1 writes and draws everything on the WB: he seems to mostly "control the floor". I will analyse how he does and how the other designer, that is, the one who rarely seems to hold the floor, Male 2, contributes to the progress of the design. In this analysis, I focus on (1) the way in which the designers use various semiotic systems to express their contributions (cf. "multimodal interaction") and (2) the interactional position of each participant with respect to the floor. Designers' gaze and body posture receive particular attention.
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Submitted on : Wednesday, October 27, 2010 - 6:08:22 PM
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Willemien Visser. Contributing to the elaboration of a design artefact according to one's interactional position: visual and audible evidence. SPSD 2010, the Studying Professional Software Design workshop, an NSF-Sponsored International Workshop, NSF, the National Science Foundation, Feb 2010, Irvine, CA, United States. ⟨inria-00530180⟩

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