Secondly, the transcription analysis undertakes a broad analysis to establish evidence for contact between the involved parties, the former president Bill Clinton and Ms. Monica Lewinsky on the alleged day that the event occurred. The following section of this transcription gives a chronological development of the relationship involving the accounts of the former president. The last sections of the paper entail the research design and methodologies that will be used in this study. The methods that are considered in this paper are significant procedures that can be used by researchers for understanding and carrying out a conversation analysis.
When responding to the first question asked by the jury, the former president Mr. Bill Clinton emphasizes to the jury of being aware of the earlier proceedings. Thereafter, the investigation now continues for some time with emphasis from both the questions asked by the grand jury and the answers that the former president gives in his testimony. From the excerpt below, it can be observed by an underline of various words starting from line 3 of the conversation.
In line 3, the former president stresses on the fact that he had read and reviewed the records prepared by the jury in December the previous the year. Perhaps, his emphasis was to confirm to the grand jury that he was aware of the subject matter. In addition, the stress in his first answer was to show that he was ready for the proceedings. From this answer, it is apparent that he had reviewed the records. The period after his response in line 3 shows that he was actually ready for this conversation.
In line with this answer, the grand jury adopts the stress (“lot”) in their subsequent questions starting from line 5 of the excerpt. Here in the introductory lines, the conversation is basically to establish the ground for the following deeper questions.