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2016 John Heritage, 'The recruitment matrix.' Research on Language and Social Interaction. 2015 John Heritage and Chase Wesley Raymond, 'Are explicit apologies proportional to the offenses they address?' Discourse Processes.
2013 John Heritage and Tanya Stivers, 'Conversation Analysis in Sociology.' In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers (eds), Handbook of Conversation Analysis. 2013 John Heritage, 'Epistemics in Conversation.' In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers (eds), Handbook of Conversation Analysis.
2013 Anita Pomerantz and John Heritage, 'Preference.' In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers (eds), Handbook of Conversation Analysis.
2006 Steven Clayman, Marc Elliott, John Heritage and Laurie McDonald, 'Historical Trends in Questioning Presidents, 1953-2000', Presidential Studies Quarterly 36(4): 561-583. 2005 John Heritage, 'Cognition in Discourse.' In Hedwig Te Molder and Jonathan Potter (eds), Conversation and Cognition. 2004 John Heritage, 'Conversation Analysis and Institutional Talk.' In Robert Sanders and Kristine Fitch (eds), Handbook of Language and Social Interaction. 2003 Rita Mangione-Smith, Tanya Stivers, Marc Elliott, Laurie McDonald and John Heritage (2003). 2003 Robin DiMatteo, Jeffrey Robinson, John Heritage, Mellisah Tabbarrah and Sarah Fox (2003).
2003 Tanya Stivers, Rita Mangione-Smith, Marc Elliott, Laurie McDonald and John Heritage (2003).
1990 Charles Goodwin and John Heritage, 'Conversation Analysis', Annual Review of Anthropology, 19: 283-307.
1987 John Heritage, 'Ethnomethodology', in Anthony Giddens and Jonathan Turner (eds) Social Theory Today, Cambridge, Polity Press: 224-272. 1985 John Heritage, 'Recent Developments in Conversation Analysis', Sociolinguistics, 15: 1-19. 1984 John Heritage, 'A Change of State Token and Aspects of Its Sequential Placement',A in J. 1983 John Heritage, 'Accounts in Action', inA Nigel Gilbert and Peter Abell (eds), Accounts and Action, Farnborough, Gower House: 117-131.
1983 John Heritage, 'Feminization and Unionization: A Case Study from Banking', inA Eva Gamarnikow et al.
1980 John Heritage and Rod Watson, 'Aspects of the Properties of Formulations', Semiotica, 30: 245-262. 1979 John Heritage and Rod Watson, 'Formulations as Conversational Objects', in George Psathas (ed), Everyday Language,A New York, Irvington Press: 123-162. 1978 John Heritage, 'Aspects of the Flexibilities of Natural Language Use', Sociology, 12: 79-103. 1977 John Heritage and Rod Watson, 'Recent Developments in the Sociology of Language in Britain', Sociolinguistics Newsletter, 8: 2-6. 1975 John Heritage, 'Community and Practicality in Sociology and Beyond', Sociology, 9: 329-339.
1974 John Heritage, 'Assessing People', in Nigel Armistead (ed), Reconstructing Social Psychology, Harmondsworth, Penguin: 260-281. 2016A  John Heritage, 'The recruitment matrix.' Research on Language and Social Interaction.
2015A  John Heritage and Chase Wesley Raymond, 'Are explicit apologies proportional to the offenses they address?' Discourse Processes. 2013A A  John Heritage and Tanya Stivers, 'Conversation Analysis in Sociology.'A  In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers (eds), Handbook of Conversation Analysis. 2013A A  John Heritage, 'Epistemics in Conversation.'A  In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers (eds), Handbook of Conversation Analysis. 2013A A  Anita Pomerantz and John Heritage, 'Preference.'A  In Jack Sidnell and Tanya Stivers (eds), Handbook of Conversation Analysis. 2005A  John Heritage, 'Cognition in Discourse.' In Hedwig Te Molder and Jonathan Potter (eds), Conversation and Cognition. 2004A  John Heritage, 'Conversation Analysis and Institutional Talk.' In Robert Sanders and Kristine Fitch (eds), Handbook of Language and Social Interaction. 2003A  Rita Mangione-Smith, Tanya Stivers, Marc Elliott, Laurie McDonald and John Heritage (2003).
2003A  Robin DiMatteo, Jeffrey Robinson, John Heritage, Mellisah Tabbarrah and Sarah Fox (2003). 2003A  Tanya Stivers, Rita Mangione-Smith, Marc Elliott, Laurie McDonald and John Heritage (2003). 1990A  Charles Goodwin and John Heritage, 'Conversation Analysis', Annual Review of Anthropology, 19: 283-307.
1987A  John Heritage, 'Ethnomethodology', in Anthony Giddens and Jonathan Turner (eds) Social Theory Today, Cambridge, Polity Press: 224-272.
1984A  John Heritage, 'A Change of State Token and Aspects of Its Sequential Placement',A in J. 1980A  John Heritage and Rod Watson, 'Aspects of the Properties of Formulations', Semiotica, 30: 245-262.
1978A  John Heritage, 'Aspects of the Flexibilities of Natural Language Use', Sociology, 12: 79-103.
1977A  John Heritage and Rod Watson, 'Recent Developments in the Sociology of Language in Britain', Sociolinguistics Newsletter, 8: 2-6. 1975A  John Heritage, 'Community and Practicality in Sociology and Beyond', Sociology, 9: 329-339.
1974A  John Heritage, 'Assessing People', in Nigel Armistead (ed), Reconstructing Social Psychology, Harmondsworth, Penguin: 260-281.
President Ashraf Ghani has criticized Pakistan for its policy of tackling the Taliban leadership in that country, and blasted Islamabad for not taking decisive action against the militant groups which he believes are waging war against Afghanistan from inside Pakistan's territory.
Armed men have reportedly raped a woman in Guzargah-e-Noor district of northern Baghlan province after beating her husband, officials reported. The victim has asked for justice to be served, but said that the police department in the district did not take action against the perpetrators when she reported the incident. Meanwhile, district police headquarters officials said that the security forces have arrested a suspect allegedly involved in the rape case.
The victim was on her way home from Takhar province when the armed men opened fire on the car they were heading home in. Meanwhile, family members of the victim have asked the government to arrest the criminals and bring them to justice. Based on the findings of Mohammad Sabir Ansan Dost, an Afghan researcher, violation of road rules, engine problems and reckless driving has resulted in over 48,000 traffic accidents in the past ten years. In a book "The challenges of the Ministry of Interior and the solution strategy" Mohammad Sabir Ansan Dost detailed ten years of traffic accidents in the country.
Sabir said that until the government takes serious steps against reckless drivers and implements the rules of the roads the casualties will not decrease but will instead increase. Meanwhile four children were recently injured in a traffic accident in Ghazni province and are being treated in Kabul's Indira Gandhi Children's Hospital. In the other hand Kabul Traffic department at the Interior Ministry has not confirmed or denied the findings but said that in most cases carelessness of drivers resulted in traffic accidents.
This comes just a week after a deadly accident on the Kabul- Kandahar highway left more than seventy dead after a bus and a fuel tanker crashed. Residents on Friday expressed deep concerns over the misuse of government assets and vehicles by government employees, terming the approach an act of treason. Critics said that government employees use government vehicles for personal use and they take their families for picnics and recreational activities in their free time. TOLOnews correspondent from Qaragha Lake in Kabul reports that dozens of government employees flocked to the lake on Friday.
More than a week after the introduction of the caretakers of National Directorate of Security (NDS) and Ministry of Defense (MoD) to parliament, government has still not sent their documents to the national assembly.
Eight days ago the presidential palace introduced Abdullah Habibi as the Defense Ministry care-taker and Masoum Stanikzai as the National Directorate of Security (NDS) caretaker.


According to the caretaker law, no government official can spend more than two months as a caretaker, but analysts said that National Unity Government leaders themselves violated the law by appointing caretakers for the Ministry of Defense (MoD) and National Directorate of Security (NDS).
Finance Minister Eklil Ahmad Hakimi said Friday that government will present a four-year economic reform strategy to its key allies during a NATO ministerial meeting in Brussels next week. The reform strategy is aimed to keep the flow of international financial and political cooperation aid to Afghanistan in years to come, he said, but amid mounting international pressure on the Afghan government to define a comprehensive economic policy, fight corruption and improve good governance. NATO ministerial meeting is scheduled on 19th and 20th of May in Brussels in which the alliance will review its mission in Afghanistan and asses international financial and political support to Afghanistan.
Through the framework of the Tokyo conference, both the Afghan government and the international community reaffirmed their bilateral partnership in the economic growth and development of Afghanistan through a process of mutual accountability. NATO convenes the ministerial meeting at a critical moment where the Afghans are still facing numerous challenges on the political, economic and security spheres as Taliban remain intent on waging war and disrupting the nation's socioeconomic development. Speaking at a public event at Britain's RUSI Research Institute on Thursday, the president said that Pakistan has not taken a single step against the Taliban leadership and the Haqqani network in their country. The president said that Pakistan is committed to the framework of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) comprising senior officials from Afghanistan-Pakistan-US and China to use force against the Taliban factions that continue to wage war. Meanwhile, Afghanistan's Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Nazifullah Salarzai has blasted Pakistan for spawning global extremist terror by promoting the Taliban militants.
He told TOLOnews that Pakistan uses Afghan refugees as a political tool against the Afghan government. According to reports, many Afghans travel to Pakistan for treatment or to accompany their patients. Zakhilwal talked about the issue and said negative propaganda against Afghan doctors has pushed Afghan citizens to go to Pakistan for treatment.
He made his words clear, and said: "I believe that most of these patients can be treated inside Afghanistan.
In his first words to Brazilians as acting president, Michel Temer said his priority will be reviving Latin America's largest economy.
The vice president took on the duties of Brazil's president Thursday after the Senate voted to suspend President Dilma Rousseff pending an impeachment trial. Temer asked for unity during the hard political times, and promised to create measures that will boost the economy and increase jobs. The acting president also promised to beef up the fight against corruption, and in particular said he would support the sweeping investigation into a mammoth kickback scheme at state oil company Petrobras. Temer himself has been implicated by witnesses in the probe, though he has not been charged. Brazilians worry he will move to weaken an investigation that has ensnared dozens of the country's elite, from top politicians to businessmen.
Leaders from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan Thursday formally inaugurated the CASA-1000 electricity project, a key economic power transmission line which is expected to leverage economic ties between the four countries in the politically turbulent region. Presidential Palace said Thursday that President Ashraf Ghani talked about Kabul's commitment to eliminate endemic corruption in public offices and also his achievements in this respect. Meanwhile, the High Office of Oversight and Anti-Corruption (HOOAC) has said that the international community's decisions towards Afghanistan are not realistic.
President Ashraf Ghani's speech was interrupted at a gathering in Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in the United Kingdom after two Afghans blasted him for what they called injustice against the Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan (TUTAP) electricity project. A number of London-based Afghans held a protest rally against President Ashraf Ghani as he attended the Anti-Corruption Summit in London earlier on Thursday.
The protestors called for the implemention of the Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan (TUTAP) power project through Bamiyan route. Former Pakistani Prime Minister Yusaf Raza Gilani says his son was released from Taliban captivity because of the "combined efforts" of U.S. Former Pakistan Prime Minister Yusaf Raza Gilani thanked American and Afghan forces on Wednesday for rescuing his son from Taliban captivity. Gilani was accompanied by Bilawal Zardari Bhutto, Chairman of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and son of slain Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
Bilawal, who is a family friend of the Gilani family, said he and his sisters were elated by the news of Ali Haider's release, but was quick to add that further investigation was needed into Pakistan's counter-terrorism policy. Ali Haider Gilani was abducted in May 2013, outside an office of the PPP in his home town of Multan, two days before an election.
He was showered with rose petals as he got out of a vehicle outside the family home in the city of Lahore. His rescue occurred partly by chance, as Afghan and U.S special forces raided the suspected al-Qaeda compound.
The force had an "inkling" a hostage was being held there but was not aware it was Gilani, said Brigadier General Charles Cleveland, spokesman for the NATO-led force. The ministries of defense and interior said Thursday that since the beginning of the Persian year, more than 1,400 militants have been killed across the country and that the Taliban's summer offensive is being defeated.
Ministry spokesmen said the security forces' Shafaq operation, which is ongoing across the country, is one of the security forces' biggest operations to date. According to the officials the Shafaq operation is being carried out to restore security in insecure parts of the country and currently large-scale operations are under way in more than 10 provinces across the country.
The Afghan Interior Ministry said that in addition to the elimination of 1,489 terrorists, 853 others were wounded and 119 were arrested.
Meanwhile Defense Ministry spokesman Dawlat Waziri said: "Just today the enemy lost 140 fighters. Meanwhile, there is concern among the public that the terrorists have moved their focus to the northern and northeastern provinces especially Badakhshan and Kunduz provinces. Afghan security forces have in the past two months conducted 620 small operations in different parts of the country. A number of Balkh singers on Thursday said that local folk music in their province is on the verge of disappearing and that government has not done anything to help sustain the genre. The musicians said that the local folk music, which dates back through history, is in desperate need of assistance from the ministry of information and culture a€“ which they said should draw up a program to save their particular genre of music and to promote it.
These musicians said that local musicians are also tired of trying to go it alone to make it work. Helmand Police Chief Abdul Rahman Sarjang said on Thursday an operation codenamed Khanjar was launched in Lashkargah city and four other districts of the province two days ago to clear the areas of militants. According to Sarjang, as a result of the operation, so far several villages have been cleared of Taliban and troops are making steady progress. Reflecting on a very busy year so far for the embattled Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) against insurgents, a new TOLOnews security report has found the ANSF maintained their military strength over insurgents during March and April this year, which led to major defeat on a number of instances for insurgents. But according to the report, Afghan forces still do not have the ability to lead large scale operations on several fronts simultaneously. Based on the report, during March and April, ANSF launched a number of sophisticated operations including Shafaq operation while Taliban also announced their spring offensive, code named Omari.
However, the report speaks of improvement within the ranks of ANSF in their battle against the insurgents, but the Taliban also used all available resources to increase attacks on security forces and gain ground, indicating a substantial rise in Taliban attacks.
The report found that ANSF was still on the defensive and they have not managed to take the war to the Taliban. During March and April, the militants launched 181 attacks while the security forces launched 660 retaliatory attacks to foil these attacks. Casualties among the armed opponents also increased by 15 percent during March and April 2016 compared to the same period in 2015. The report finds that 447 Afghan soldiers were killed during March and April while 145 civilians also lost their lives during the violence. In February, Afghanistan's border regions once again came under cross border attacks from Pakistani army. The eastern Nangarhar province remained on top of the list of most insecure provinces during March and April. Senate Chairman Fazl Hadi Muslimyar on Thursday urged the responsible institutions to speak to Pakistan to get the Torkham border gate reopened as soon as possible. Muslimyar said that the closure of Torkham gate has created enormous problems for residents and warned that if government fails to resolve the issue, Nangarhar residents will take the matter into their own hands. Muslimyar said that government should not neglect it's duty to try to reopen the border gate.


Meanwhile Nangarhar representatives and provincial council members accused government of neglect in resolving the issue.The gate was closed three days ago but no action has yet been taken by government, said Muslimyar. On the other hand provincial governor Salim Kunduzi said that officials are talking to Islamabad. A landmark international anti-corruption summit opened in the Britain's capital London on Thursday with a number of world leaders in attendance, including Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani. The presidential palace has said that during the summit, the president will define Afghanistan's commitments on fighting corruption and explain the gains made in its struggle against the trend. This comes after members of the House of Commons questioned British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday on remarks he made during a conversation with Queen Elizabeth, caught on camera on Tuesday, suggesting Nigeria and Afghanistan were "fantastically corrupt". In reference to the economic significance of the project, officials from the four countries have said the project is an important move toward stabilizing economic ties. Afghanistan's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah who represented Kabul in Kyrgyzstan has said that the role of donor institutions was key to change the dream into a reality in the near future. The development takes place at a critical time as insurgency and security threats in the region still raise concerns over the security of the multimillion dollar project. The total length of the transmission line is estimated to be 750km, 16 percent of which will pass through Tajikistan, 562 kilometers which makes 75 percent through Afghanistan and nine percent through Pakistan.
Nearly 40 schoolgirls were poisoned in Nimroz province on Thursday, said officials from the provincial hospital. A senior official from Nimroz hospital said that the girls were poisoned by an unknown gas. Members of the House of Commons questioned British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday on remarks he made during a conversation with Queen Elizabeth, caught on camera on Tuesday, suggesting Nigeria and Afghanistan were "fantastically corrupt".
The comments have so far dominated the build-up to a global anti-corruption summit Cameron is hosting on Thursday which Afghanistan'S President Ashraf Ghani and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will attend.
Reuters reported that Buhari demanded on Wednesday that Britain return assets held there by corrupt Nigerians, pointing the finger back at London after the prime minister's comment.
Buhari has a reputation for personal probity and has pledged to crack down on corruption in Nigeria, Africa's top oil producer and most populous nation where generations of politicians have looted public coffers for their personal gain.
British police have conducted several investigations in recent years into assets held in Britain by Nigerian politicians, including two former state governors and a former oil minister. British Prime Minister David Cameron has been caught on camera saying that leaders of "fantastically corrupt" countries including Nigeria and Afghanistan will attend an anti-corruption summit in London. On the eve of the Anti-Corruption Summit in London, British Prime Minister David Cameron termed President Ashraf Ghani's government 'fantastically corrupt'.
A suicide bomber has killed one local policeman and wounded six civilians in Ghanikhel district, Nangarhar, officials confirmed.
In this episode of Mehwar, Host Massoud Malik discusses the worsening air pollution and other challenges in Kabul city with Mohammad Amin Farhang, head of Kabul servants' institution. Robinson, Alexandra Tate and John Heritage, 'Agenda setting revisited: When and how do primary care physicians solicit patients' additional concerns?' Patient Education and Counseling.
Maxwell Atkinson and John Heritage (eds), Structures of Social Action,A Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 1-15. Maxwell Atkinson and John Heritage (eds), Structures of Social Action, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 299-345. In this research I collected my articles from sources, libraries and traffic departments and pictured traffic accidents," said Ansad Dost. Three days ago National Unity Government Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah introduced them officially and both started their work officially. But asked the Afghan government to take key steps to bolster good governance at national and sub national levels which are essential for strong and sustainable economic development in order to improve the livelihoods of the Afghans in general.
I think Afghanistan will gather momentum in the summit and it will succeed in attracting international cooperation," civil society activist Aziz Rafayee said. All four states committed to a roadmap and their obligations particularly by the state of Pakistan.
Omar Zakhilwal, on Friday criticized Islamabad for closing the Torkham gate, saying that it will affect the people of both countries. I told them that the closure of the Torkham gate a€“ for any reason a€“ will harm the bilateral ties between the two countries; therefore, the gate should be reopened without any condition," he said.
Gilani was with his captors but was identified as a hostage after he did not try to resist.
Since 20 March 2016 to 11 May 2016 about 1,489 enemies were killed and a large number of others were either wounded or arrested," said MoI spokesman Sediq Sediqqi. But activities of terrorists in insecure parts of the country is still a big challenge for residents in these insecure areas. The group conducted 131 attacks on security forces while the figure was around 50 attacks during the first two months of 2016," the report stated. If they continue on the same track, they will lose soon," military analyst Mirza Mohammad Yarmand said.
The attacks were totally different from the attacks during this period in 2015," the report further added. While the Shafaq operation is still ongoing, Taliban managed to infiltrate in Baghlan's Dand-e-Ghori and Dand-e-Shahabuddin districts. Hundreds of Afghans travel to Pakistan monthly through this border crossing in order to get medical help in the neighboring country.
So we want to reach the world having completed our homework," deputy presidential spokesman Sayed Zafar Hashemi said.
As well as agreeing on a package of action to tackle corruption across the board, it will deal with issues including corporate secrecy, government transparency, the enforcement of international anti-corruption laws, and the strengthening of international institutions. Not only the president, but also the chief executive and all responsible elites of the system have not done anything," a member of the anti-corruption network, Zabiullah Wardak said. Because four countries across two regions of the world have had to work together to make this happen, it is also being built in countries facing fragility and conflict. The transmission line will pass through Kunduz, Baghlan, Parwan, Kabul, Laghman and Nangarhar provinces. One of the steps we're taking to make sure that foreign companies that own UK property have to declare who the beneficial owner is will be one of the ways we make sure that plundered money from African countries can't be hidden in London," Cameron responded during the question time session with members of parliament.
And in both their cases, they made some remarkable steps forward and that's why I'm so keen to welcome them to the anti-corruption conference here in London.
One of the ex-governors is serving a prison sentence in Britain after pleading guilty to money-laundering.
This remark was made on the eve of Ghani's arrival in London for the summit where he is expected to talk about corruption. McKinlay and Lisa Marceau (eds), e-Source: Behavioral and Social Science Research Interactive Textbook. I want to thank them because Ali Haider has been rescued after three years owing to their hard work," Gilani told reporters as he arrived in Lahore from Islamabad. And also the international community needs to deliver on the commitments toward Afghanistan in the face of ground realities," head of office of oversight and anti corruption Sayed Ghulam Hussain Fakhri said. The money for the project will be shared between the four countries, however the World Bank will finance the share of Afghanistan.
But where I part company with my honorable friend is I don't think it would be right to withdraw the aid that we give because frankly, the problems in those countries, they come back and haunt us here. Whether it is problems of migration or problems of terrorism and all the rest of it, we are a country involved in a dangerous global world and I see our aid budget nought point seven perfect alongside our defense budget, two percent of our GDP, as ways of keeping us safe and prosperous in a dangerous world as well as fulfilling our important moral responsibilities," Cameron told MPs. We are waiting on that decision, TTP (Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan) is a displaced phenomenon. Do they not receive arms openly, that is up for the journalists to discover, but if you would like addresses to interview, we would be delighted to provided them for you," Ghani further said.



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