Transcribing oral discourse: A survey and a model system
Researchers who study discourse must frequently transcribe a variety of paralinguistic dimensions to document the ways in which utterances are spoken. However, there are a large number of such underlying dimensions, and researchers have developed different transcription systems to describe them. The purpose of this article is to offer a model transcription system, based on a 5-year survey of the systems employed in articles appearing in Discourse Processes. A relatively small number of dimensions can account for most of the phenomena that have been of interest to discourse researchers. The proposed system, which is based on a set of 7 design principles, is offered as a model for use in research and publication. Copyright © 2000, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Dressier, R., & Kreuz, R. (2000). Transcribing oral discourse: A survey and a model system. Discourse Processes, 29 (1), 25-36. https://doi.org/10.1207/s15326950dp2901_2