Vol 40, No 2 (2013)

Selected Papers from the 2012 Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Biennial Conference

Selected Papers from the Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Biennial Conference (2012): Knowledge and Asymmetries in Action
Edited by Sean Rintel, Edward Reynolds, and Richard Fitzgerald

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Publication Details and Credits

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Editorial

Editorial: Knowledge and asymmetries in action: Proceedings of the 2012 Conference of the Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis PDF HTML
Sean Rintel, Edward Reynolds, Richard Fitzgerald

In Memoriam

In Memoriam: Mark Rapley, 1962–2012 PDF HTML
Alec McHoul

Invited Articles

‘Epistemic engine’ versus ‘role-play method’: Divergent trajectories in contemporary conversation analysis PDF HTML
Michael Emmison
Asymmetries in legal practice, asymmetries in analysis? Recent ethnographies influenced by the studies of work tradition PDF HTML
Max Travers

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Asymmetries of knowledge between children and teachers on a New Zealand bush walk PDF HTML
Amanda Bateman, Jane Waters
Doing collaborative reflection in the professional experience PDF HTML
Jess Harris, Paula Jervis-Tracey, Jayne Keogh
Establishing a pattern of dual receptive language alternation: Insights from a series of successive haircuts PDF HTML
Tim Greer
Teachers telling: Informings in an early years classroom PDF HTML
Rod Gardner, Ilana Mushin
Talk in activity during young children’s use of digital technologies at home PDF HTML
Susan Danby, Christina Davidson, Maryanne Theobald, Brooke Scriven, Charlotte Cobb-Moore, Sandra Houen, Sandra Grant, Lisa M. Given, Karen Thorpe
From lifeguard to bitch: How a story character becomes a promiscuous category in a couple’s video call PDF HTML
Richard Fitzgerald, Sean Rintel

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