Maurice Nevile, Beyond the Black Box: Talk-in-Interaction in the Airline Cockpit. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004. ISBN 0 7546 4240 2

Dilso Almeida

Abstract


Beyond the Black Box: Talk-in-Interaction in the Airline Cockpit explores how language expresses meaning in routine communications between pilots as they go about the tasks involved in the operation of an aircraft. Nevile uses the term “talk-in-interaction” to encompass not only the verbal component of interaction but also how pilots draw on a host of environmental resources to generate meaning and to convey information that is essential to all phases of flight.

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