This paper employs Conversation Analysis and Critical Discourse Analysis to examine institutionalized interaction. The majority of the data is taken from American and British political news interviews. The focus is on the found similarities between the two approaches in regard to institutional discourse, viz. the formalistic features which both conversation analysts and critical discourse analysts investigate. It should be noticed, however, that there are still remaining differences between the two approaches, since critical discourse analysts, compared to conversation analysts, also focus on broader discursive issues of talk.
"Political News Interviews: From a Conversation Analytic and Critical Discourse Analytic Perspective,"
Colorado Research in Linguistics: Vol. 23.
Available at: https://scholar.colorado.edu/cril/vol23/iss1/2