Peer support during storytelling: On the evaluation sequence's potential to serve as a possible learning space

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Abstract

The paper deals with stories told by students of practical nursing. The data are gathered in optional learning circles organised by the nursing school during a period of three years. The method applied is ethnomethodological conversation analysis. The study focuses on the stories’ evaluation sequence and story tellers’ technique making recipient reaction and affiliation relevant. The study deals with the hypothesis that the evaluation sequence may function as a possible learning space. The study suggests that affiliative activities and recipients’ validation of the story can lead to shared learning experiences whereas a lack of them diminishes the story’s potential to serve as a possible learning space.
Translated title of the contributionPeer support during storytelling: On the evaluation sequence's potential to serve as a possible learning space
Original languageFinnish
Title of host publicationSpråkets funktion
Subtitle of host publicationJuhlakirja Urpo Nikanteen 60-vuotispäivän kunniaksi - Festskrift till Urpo Nikanne på 60-årsdagen - Festschrift for Urpo Nikanne in honor of his 60th birthday
EditorsLeena Maria Heikkola, Geda Paulsen, Katarzyna Wojciechowicz, Jutta Rosenberg
Place of PublicationTurku
PublisherÅbo Akademi University Press
Pages370-388
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic) 978-952-12-4062-1
ISBN (Print) 978-952-12-4061-4
Publication statusPublished - 26 May 2021
MoE publication typeA3 Part of a book or another research book
EventSpråkets funktion - Åbo Akademi, Turku, Finland
Duration: 26 May 202127 May 2021
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Conference

ConferenceSpråkets funktion
CountryFinland
CityTurku
Period26/05/2127/05/21
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Keywords

  • Conversation analysis
  • affiliation
  • assessment
  • storytelling
  • peer support

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