Publications


Refereed Journal Articles

2015        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Being a “good parent” in parent-teacher conferences.

                Journal of Communication, 65(2), 373-395.  download PDF


2012        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Greeting: Displaying stance through prosodic recipient

                design. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 45(4), 375-98. download PDF


2012        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. The problems with praise in parent-teacher interaction.

       Communication Monographs, 79(2), 181-204.   download PDF


2011        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Doing introductions: The work involved in meeting

                someone new. Communication Monographs, 78(1), 73-95.   download PDF

                    *Selected for full reproduction in the 2013 anthology collection: Contemporary

                     Studies in Conversation Analysis, Paul Drew and John Heritage (Eds.).

                     Sage Publications Ltd.


2010        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Making way and making sense: Including newcomers

                in interaction. Social Psychology Quarterly, 73(2), 152-175.   download PDF  


2006        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Weighing in primary-care nurse-patient interactions.

                Social Science and Medicine, 62(2), 407-421.   download PDF


2003        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Doing “okay”: On the multiple metrics of an assessment.

                Research on Language and Social Interaction, 36(3), 285-319.   download PDF



Invited Articles

2015        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Complaints. In Karen Tracy (Ed.) International Encyclopedia

                of Language and Social Interaction. Wiley-Blackwell and the International

                Communication Association. download PDF


2015        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Compliments. In Karen Tracy (Ed.) International Encyclopedia

                of Language and Social Interaction. Wiley-Blackwell and the International

                Communication Association.  download PDF


2012        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. When praise is a problem - between teachers and parents.

                Communication Currents, 7(3).


2011        Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Invited review of two books: Jack Sidnell’s Conversation

                analysis: An introduction and John Heritage & Steven Clayman’s Talk in action:

                Interactions, identities, and institutions. Language in Society, 40(4), 513-517 .



Refereed Journal Articles Under Review

                Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Criticizing another’s child: How teachers evaluate students

                during parent-teacher conferences.


Refereed Journal Articles Under Revision

                Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Doing ‘how I’m coming here’: Displaying a state of being

                when opening face-to-face interaction.



Journal Articles In Preparation

                 Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Avoiding conflict in parent-teacher interaction:

                 A systematic preference organization.                      


                 Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Opening numbers: How the quantity of participants

                 impacts preference organization when beginning interaction.


                 Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Owning referents: Interactional registering (noticing)

                 and the heterogeneous “self”.


                 Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Solidarity and synchronization: Constituting copresent

                 openings.


                 Pillet-Shore, Danielle. Human playfighting and the relationship paradox.


 

Presentations


Invited Presentations


2015        Coming together: On research process. Invited colloquium and presentation

                to the Department of Sociology, Conversation Analysis Working Group,

                University of California-Los Angeles. May 7.


2015        Praising, criticizing and preference: Insights from parent-teacher interaction.
                Invited colloquium and presentation to the
Center for Language,

                Interaction, and Culture, University of California-Los Angeles. May 6.


2012        Avoiding conflict in parent-teacher conferences. Invited colloquium and

                presentation to the Department of Education, University of New Hampshire.

                October.


2012        What sounds presidential? Invited keynote address to the University of New   

                Hampshire Alumni Association, Washington, D. C. March.


2011        Managing conflict in parent-teacher conferences. Invited to present paper on

                panel “Managing conflict in settings of everyday life: Interaction and practices”,

                Social Psychology section of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas,

                Nevada. August. 


2011        Solidarity and synchronization: How people use introductions and previous activity

                formulations when opening face-to-face interaction. Invited plenary presentation

                to the Workshop on Language, Interaction and Social Relations, Department of

                Anthropology, University of Toronto. April. 


2010        Beginning face-to-face interaction. Invited colloquium and presentation to the

                Department of Sociology, Bentley University. April.


2010        Selling out their kids?: How and why parents display epistemic authority

                regarding student troubles in parent-teacher conferences. Invited colloquium and

                presentation to the Justice Studies Program, University of New Hampshire.

                March.


2009        How people use introductions and previous activity formulations when

                opening face-to-face interaction. Invited presentation to the Linguistic

                     Anthropology Working Group, University of California-Berkeley. October.


2009        Getting up to speed: On formulating previous activities and unfamiliar persons

                for newcomers. Invited presentation to NASA, Ames Research Center,

                the Human System Integration Division, Moffett Field, CA. October.


2008        Introductions: The choices involved in meeting someone new.

                Invited presentation to the Department of Communication, University of

                New Hampshire. March.


2008        What it means to meet someone new. Invited presentation to the

                Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies, Syracuse University.

                February.



Conference Presentations


2014        How teachers evaluate students during parent-teacher conferences.

                Paper presented at the annual meetings of the National Communication Association,        

                Language and Social Interaction division. Chicago, Illinois. November.

                    Top Competitive Paper Award


2014        Teases and barbs in initial interactions, with Michael Haugh. Paper accepted

                for presentation at the American Pragmatics Conference, Los Angeles, California.

                October.


2014        Preference organization: Findings from face-to-face openings and parent-teacher

                interaction. Paper presented at the International Conference on Conversation Analysis,

                Los Angeles, California, June.


2013        Doing ‘how I’m coming here’: Displaying a state of being when opening face-to-face

                interaction. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the National Communication

                Association, Language and Social Interaction division. Washington, D.C. November.

                   Top Competitive Paper Award


2013         How personal state sequences work in face-to-face openings.

                 Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association,

                 Conversation Analysis regular session. New York, New York. August.


2011        The problems with praise in parent-teacher conferences. Paper presented

                at the annual meetings of the National Communication Association,

                Language and Social Interaction division. New Orleans, Louisiana. November.

                    Top Three Paper Award


2011        Opening numbers: How the number of participants matters for the

                organization of face-to-face openings. Paper presented

                at the annual meetings of the National Communication Association,

                Language and Social Interaction division. New Orleans, Louisiana. November.


2011        The problems with praise in parent-teacher conferences. Paper

                presented at the annual meetings of the International Communication

                Association, Language and Social Interaction division. Boston, MA. May.


2010        Recipient designing copresent greetings. Paper presented at

                the annual meetings of the National Communication Association,

                Language and Social Interaction division. San Francisco, California. November.


2010        On doing “being a good parent” in parent-teacher conferences. Paper presented

                at the annual meetings of the National Communication Association,

                Language and Social Interaction division. San Francisco, California. November.


2010        Greeting: Coming together through the opening of face-to-face interaction.

                Invited to present on the Action Ascription panel at the

                International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Mannheim, Germany, July.


2008        Making way and making sense for arrivers: Pre-present parties’ previous

                activity formulations”. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the

                National Communication Association, Language and Social Interaction

                division. San Diego, California. November.

                     Top Competitive Paper Award


2008        Introductions: The choices involved in meeting someone new. Paper presented

                at the annual meetings of the National Communication Association, Language

                and Social Interaction division. San Diego, California. November.


2008        Introductions. Paper presented at the 14th annual Conference on Language,

                Interaction and Culture. Los Angeles, California. May.


2007        Pre-present parties’ previous activity formulations. Paper accepted for

                presentation at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association,

                Conversation Analysis and Sociolinguistics regular session. New York,

                New York. August.


2006        Introductions. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American

                Sociological Association, Conversation Analysis and Sociolinguistics regular

                session. Montréal, Québec, Canada. August.


2004        ‘Don't get it more than it is’: On the interactional achievement of patient

                weight in primary care visits. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the

                National Communication Association, Language and Social Interaction

                division. Chicago, Illinois. November.

 

2004        Doing arrivals: An examination of the interactional practice of telling

                ‘where I'm coming from’. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the

                American Sociological Association, Conversation Analysis regular session.

                San Francisco, California. August.

 

2003        Selling out their kids?: An exploration of parent-caregivers’ delivery of

                negatively-valenced information about students in parent-teacher

                conferences. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American

                Educational Research Association, Language and Social Processes Special

                Interest Group. Chicago, Illinois. April.

 

2002        Doing ‘okay’: On the multiple metrics of an assessment. Paper presented at

                the annual meetings of the National Communication Association, Language

                and Social Interaction division. New Orleans, Louisiana. November.

                    Top Three Paper Award

 

2002        Doing ‘okay’: A bottom-line bottom-positive assessment. Paper presented

                at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association,

                Conversation Analysis regular session. Chicago, Illinois. August.