Paul ten Have & George Psathas, eds., 1995 Situated
order: Studies in the social orga- nization of talk and embodied activities.
Washington, D.C.: University Press of America
This is a collection of papers first presented at the Conference Current
Work in Ethnomethodology and Conver- sation Analysis, University of
Amsterdam, July 1991.
No. 3 in the series 'Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis',
published with the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation
ISBN 0-8191-9625-8 (cloth) & ISBN 0-8191-9626-6 (paper)
P. ten Have, G. Psathas, 'Introduction'
S.E. Clayman, D.W. Maynard, 'Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis'
E.A. Schegloff, 'Parties and Joint Talk: Two Ways in Which Numbers are
Significant for Talk-in-Interaction'
Ph.J. Glenn, 'Laughing at and laughing with: Negotiations
of Participant Alignments Through Conversational Laughter'
R. Hopper, 'Episode Trajectory in Conversational Play'
M. Czyzewski, 'Mm Hm Tokens as Interactional Devices in the Psychotherapeutic
H. Houtkoop-Steenstra, 'Meeting Both Ends: Standard- ization and Recipient
Design in Telephone Survey Inter- views'
M.L. Komter, 'The Distribution of Knowledge in Court- room Interaction'
P. McIlvenny, 'Seeing conversations: Analyzing Sign Language Talk'
A. Firth, 'Multiple Mode, Single Activity: Telenego- tiating as a Social
M.H. Goodwin, 'Assembling a Response: Setting and Collaboratively Constructed
J. Whalen, 'A technology of order production: Comput- er-aided dispatch
in public safety communications'
G. Button, W. Sharrock, 'The mundane work of writing and reading computer
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