By Archakis Argiris Tsakona Villy
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Most of the ethnographic and conversational material was collected by researcher-students of the University of Patras, Greece, who visited the schools of the informant-students several times a week over a period of more than two months, with the aim of familiarizing themselves and networking with the school students. Some of the teachers introduced the researchers to class, telling the school students that their university counterparts wanted to collect linguistic material for assignments undertaken as part of their university courses.
In the proposed model of analysis, the central question will actually be the management of the coexistence of choices and impositions16 in individuals’ political involvement in a social formation. In Pavlidou’s words (1999: 201), the issue at stake is ‘the dialectical relation between macrostructures and microstructures, society and interaction, language and speaking, institutional and interactional power’. 3), taking the aforementioned issues into account. 1 Conversational narratives: Introduction and data presentation In Part I, we argued that discourse (along with other semiotic behaviors) is a mechanism for constructing identities which are not innate or a priori given or available to individuals.
In this perspective, ‘the development of the individual becomes a process of acquiring a particular ideological version of the world, liable to serve hegemonic ends and preserve the status quo’ (Benwell and Stokoe, 2006: 31). As an example, we refer to Simone de Beauvoir’s well-known remark that babies are usually born with female or male biological anatomy, but they become what society defines as woman or man, possibly among other versions of gender and/or sexuality, through specific socialization processes, in which discourse plays an important role (see also Cameron, 1997b: 22).