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Hot call to a warm line: Preliminary explorations into doing suicide prevention
Unformatted Document Text:  8 Subsequently, the caller initiates discussion of her “depression” again: EXAMPLE 2: 191 DH: okay 192 (2.2) 193 DH: well, 194 (0.7) 195 C: I [uhm, I get very depressed I ahm, don’t know what to do when I get= 196 DH: [do-do you go out to 197 C: =depressed because uhm, I I take anti-depressants but an and they just 198 keep me on an even keel 199 DH: yes 200 (1.0) 201 DH: uhm, (0.5) what do you do fur- (0.4) for activity 202 (0.7) 203 DH: can I ask that. I mean 204 C: uht well I walk my dog, about a mile every day 205 DH: oh good 206 (0.6) 207 C: but I I I don’t I don’t have any ahm (1.0) what would ya call it uhm (1.0) 208 activity I don’t have any social activity [none whatsoever 209 DH: [okay (0.4) okay 210 (0.6) 211 DH: uhm 212 C: I I would like to , I go ta church as often as I can and I’m on the 213 stewardship committee this year In overlap, each party puts forth a next topic. The caller again reports on being “very depressed” as an unspecified, yet recent, time (e.g., “get very depressed”). This repeat of an earlier assessment (“very depressed”) invokes that previous topic. She then asserts uncertainty over “solutions” to this problem and implicitly seeks advice. The trouble is presented as serious (“very depressed”) and the solution as not working (“keep me on an even keel” implies her medication is not working to the best effect; they are not cheering her up). Such declarations as “don’t know what to do” illustrate uncertainty: a common way callers and others seek advice (e.g., Heritage & Sefi, 1992; X, forthcoming). After a marked acknowledgment (“yes”) and a

Authors: Pudlinski, Christopher.
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Subsequently, the caller initiates discussion of her “depression” again:
EXAMPLE 2:
191
DH: okay
192
(2.2)
193
DH: well,
194
(0.7)
195
C:
I [uhm, I get very depressed I ahm, don’t know what to do when I get=
196
DH:
[do-do you go out to
197
C:
=depressed because uhm, I I take anti-depressants but an and they just
198
keep me on an even keel
199
DH: yes
200
(1.0)
201
DH:
uhm, (0.5) what do you do fur- (0.4) for activity
202
(0.7)
203
DH:
can I ask that. I mean
204
C:
uht well I walk my dog, about a mile every day
205
DH: oh
good
206
(0.6)
207
C:
but I I I don’t I don’t have any ahm (1.0) what would ya call it uhm (1.0)
208
activity I don’t have any social activity [none whatsoever
209
DH:
[okay (0.4) okay
210
(0.6)
211
DH: uhm
212
C:
I I would like to , I go ta church as often as I can and I’m on the
213
stewardship committee this year
In overlap, each party puts forth a next topic. The caller again reports on being “very
depressed” as an unspecified, yet recent, time (e.g., “get very depressed”). This repeat of an
earlier assessment (“very depressed”) invokes that previous topic. She then asserts uncertainty
over “solutions” to this problem and implicitly seeks advice. The trouble is presented as serious
(“very depressed”) and the solution as not working (“keep me on an even keel” implies her
medication is not working to the best effect; they are not cheering her up). Such declarations as
“don’t know what to do” illustrate uncertainty: a common way callers and others seek advice
(e.g., Heritage & Sefi, 1992; X, forthcoming). After a marked acknowledgment (“yes”) and a


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