On High Onsets and their Absence in Conversational Interaction

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There are two questions to be asked when examining prosody
in conversational interaction (see also Couper-Kuhlen and
Selting, eds. 1996). First, what are the tasks which
participants must accomplish in the type of speech event at
hand? And second, what contribution, if any, does prosody
make to the accomplishment of these tasks?

In this paper I will tackle these two questions with respect to
data gathered from approximately four hours of talk on a local
radio phone-in program broadcast in Berkeley, California, during
the Gulf War crisis in 1991. The speech event which recurs
again and again in this data is something which might be
labeled - for lack of a better term - 'calling in on a radio
phone-in program': there are approximately 45 instances of
this event in the material I have examined.

The phone-in program was recorded shortly after the first
bombings in Irak, at a time when numerous peace protests and
rallies were taking place, some of which had erupted into
violence. In fact, it was in part due to this escalation that
studio lines were open for callers to phone in - as the
anchorman Leo Laporte puts it - '(to) talk about what's going
on overseas and ... in the Bay area ... and give people a

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