Speech and language therapy can be characterized in many ways,
but at its heart is some kind of action; action done, primarily,
through talk. This thesis shows how participants in speech and
language therapy interactions reach shared understandings of what
therapy is, and, when no such shared understanding exists, how
mismatches in understanding are managed. The primary focus is on
how both participants orientate to and participate in the
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