Conflict and Cooperation in Job Interviews

Conflict and Cooperation in Job Interviews

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An empirical study based on an analysis of 35 taped job interviews. The verbal interaction of the participants in the interviews is seen as embedded within wide ideological and institutional environments.The concept of a#39;face worka#39; derives extra significance from the aims and purposes of the participants on job interviews. It is in the ... General social norms prohibit people from probing intrusively into each othera#39;s informational territory (cf. Goffman ... In example (74) the interviewer phrases his question about the termination of the applicanta#39;s employment so as to give the applicant every opportunity to be vague. ... When the applicant provides the evidence to support his maintenance ofanbsp;...

Title:Conflict and Cooperation in Job Interviews
Author: Martha Komter
Publisher:John Benjamins Publishing - 1991

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