Publications of Graham Button
[53]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (2016), "In support of conversation analysis radical agenda", Discourse Studies, vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 610–620. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[52]Graham Button, Andy Crabtree, Mark Rouncefield, Peter Tolmie, (2015), "Deconstructing Ethnography: Towards a social methodology for ubiquitous computing and interactive systems design.", Springer. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[51]Catelijne Coopmans, Graham Button, (2014), "Eyeballing expertise", Social Studies of Science, vol. 44, no. 5, pp. 758–785. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[50]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (2013), "All at sea: The use of practical formalisms in yachting", In Ethnomethodology at Play (Peter Tolmie, Mark Rouncefield, eds.), Farnham, Surey, U.K., Ashgate, pp. 105-133. [bibtex] [edit]
[49]Graham Button, (2012), "What Does “Work” Mean “Ethnomethodological Studies of Work?”: Its Ubiquitous Relevance for Systems Design to Support Action and Interaction", Design Studies, vol. 33, no. 6, pp. 673–684. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[48]Graham Button, David Martin, Jacki O’Neill, Tommaso Colombino, (2012), "Lifting the mantle of protection from Weber’s presuppositions in his theory of bureaucracy", Human Studies, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 235–262. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[47]Wes W. Sharrock, Graham Button, (2011), "Engineering Investigations: What Is Made Visible in Making Work Visible?", In Making Work Visible: Ethnographically Grounded Case Studies of Work Practice (Margaret H. Szymanski, Jack Whalen, eds.), New York, Cambridge University Press, pp. 34–50. [bibtex] [edit]
[46]Wes Sharrock, Graham Button, (2011), "Conclusion: ethnomethodology and constructionist studies of technology", In Ethnomethodology at Work (Mark Rouncefield, Peter Tolmie, eds.), Farnham, U.K., Ashgate, pp. 211-228. [bibtex] [edit]
[45]Wes Sharrock, Graham Button, (2010), "The structure problem in the context of structure and agency controversies", In Human agents and social structures (Peter J. Martin, Alex Denis, eds.), Manchester, Manchester University Press. [bibtex] [edit]
[44]William Newman, Graham Button, Paul Cairns, (2010), "Pauses in Doctor–Patient Conversation during Computer Use: The Design Significance of Their Durations and Accompanying Topic Changes", International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, vol. 68, no. 6, pp. 398–409. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[43]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (2009), "Studies of Work and the Workplace in HCI: Concepts and Techniques", Morgan and Claypool. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[42]Graham Button, (2008), "Against distributedcognition", Theory, Culture and Society, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 87-104. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[41]Wes Sharrock, Graham Button, (2007), "The technical operations of the levers of power", In Orders of ordinary action: respecifying sociological knowledge (Stephen Hester, David Francis, eds.), Aldershot, Ashgate, pp. 33-50. [bibtex] [edit]
[40]Graham Button, (2007), "Book review: Ethnomethodology's program: Working out Durkheim's aphorism. Harold Garfinkel, edited and introduced by Anne Warfield Rawls", Computer Supported Cooperative Work, vol. 16, no. 6, pp. 619-626. [bibtex] [edit]
[39]Wes Sharrock, Graham Button, (2003), "Plans and Situated Action Ten Years On", Journal of the Learning Sciences, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 259–264. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[38]Graham Button, David Mason, Wes Sharrock, (2003), "Disempowerment and resistance in the print industry? Reactions to surveillance-capable technology", New Technology, Work and Organisations, vol. 18, pp. 50-61. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[37]David Mason, Graham Button, Gloria Lankshear, Sally Coates, (2002), "Getting real about surveillance and privacy in the workplace", In Virtual society? Technology, cyberbole,reality (S. Woolgar, ed.), Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 137-152. [bibtex] [edit]
[36]David Mason, Graham Button, Gloria Lankshear, Sally Coates, Wes Sharrock, (2002), "On the poverty of apriorism: Technology, surveillance in the workplace and employee responses", Information, Communication and Society, vol. 5, pp. 555-572. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[35]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (2002), "Operating the production calculus: Ordering a production system in the print industry", British Journal of Sociology, vol. 53, pp. 275-290. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[34]Gloria Lankshear, Peter Cook, David Mason, Sally Coates, Graham Button, (2001), "Call centre employees' responses to electronic monitoring: Some research findings", Work, Employment, & Society, vol. 15, pp. 595-605. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[33]Graham Button, (2001), "L'ethnométhodologie est-elle constructiviste?", In L'ethnométhodologie: Une sociologie radicale (Michel de Fornel, Albert Ogien, Louis Quéré, eds.), Editions La Découverte (Collection “Recherches”), pp. 161-174. [bibtex] [edit]
[32]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (2000), "Design by problem solving", In Workplace Studies: Recovering Work Practice and Informing Systems Design (Paul Luff, Jon Hindmarsh, Christian Heath, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 46–67. [bibtex] [edit]
[31]Graham Button, (2000), "The ethnographic tradition and design", Design Studies, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 319-332. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[30]Paul Dourish, Graham Button, (1998), "On technomethodology: Foundational relationships between ethnomethodology and system design", Human-Computer Interaction, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 395-432. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[29]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (1998), "The organizational accountability of technological work", Social Studies of Science, vol. 28, pp. 73-102. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[28]Wes Sharrock, Graham Button, (1997), "On the Relevance of Habermas’ Theory of Communicative Action for CSCW", Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 369-89. [bibtex] [edit]
[27]Wes Sharrock, Graham Button, (1997), "Engineering investigations: practical sociological reasoning in the work of engineers", In Social Science, Technical Systems and Cooperative Work: Beyond the Great Divide (G.C. Bowker, S.L. Star, eds.), Mahwah, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 79-104. [bibtex] [edit]
[26]Graham Button, (1997), "Cognition in the wild, Edwin Hutchins", Computer Supported Cooperative Work, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 391-395. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[25]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (1996), "Project work: The organisation of collaborative design and development in software engineering", Computer Supported Cooperative Work, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 369–386. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[24]Graham Button, Richard Harper, (1996), "The relevance of “work-practice” for design", Computer Supported Cooperative Work, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 263–280. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[23]Graham Button, Paul Dourish, (1996), "Technomethodology: Paradoxes and possibilities", In CHI'96: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, New York, ACM, pp. 19–26. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[22]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (1995), "On simulacrums of conversation: Toward a clarification of the relevance of conversation analysis for human-computer interaction", In The social and interactional dimensions of human-computer interfaces (Peter Thomas, ed.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 107-125. [bibtex] [edit]
[21]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (1995), "The mundane work of writing and reading computer programs", In Situated order: Studies in the social organization of talk and embodied activities (Paul ten Have, George Psathas, eds.), Washington, D.C., University Press of America, pp. 231-258. [bibtex] [edit]
[20]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (1995), "Practices in the work of ordering software development", In The discourse of negotiation: studies of language in the workplace (A. Firth, ed.), Oxford, Pergamon, pp. 159-180. [bibtex] [edit]
[19]Graham Button, Jeff Coulter, John R. E. Lee, Wes Sharrock, (1995), "Computers, minds and conduct", Cambridge, Polity Press. [bibtex] [edit]
[18]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (1994), "Occasioned practices in the work of software engineers", In Requirements engineering: Social and technical issues (M. Jorotka, J.A. Goguen, eds.), London, Academic Press, pp. 217-240. [bibtex] [edit]
[17]Graham Button, (1994), "What's wrong with speech-act theory", Computer Supported Cooperative Work, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 39–42. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[16]Graham Button, Wes Sharrock, (1993), "A disagreement over agreement and consensus in constructionist sociology", Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 1–25. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[15]Graham Button, (1993), "The curious case of the vanishing technology", In Technology in working order: Studies of work, interaction and technology (Graham Button, ed.), London, Routledge, pp. 10-28. [bibtex] [edit]
[14]Graham Button, (1992), "Answers as interactional products: Two sequential practices used in job interviews", In Talk at work: interaction in institutional settings (Paul Drew, John Heritage, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 212-231. [bibtex] [edit]
[13]Wes Sharrock, Graham Button, (1991), "The social actor: Social action in real time", In Ethnomethodology and the human sciences (Graham Button, ed.), Cambridge, U.K., Cambridge University Press, pp. 137-175. [bibtex] [edit]
[12]Graham Button, (1991), "Conversation-in-a-series", In Talk and social structure. Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (Deirdre Boden, Don H. Zimmerman, eds.), Cambridge, Polity Press, pp. 251-277. [bibtex] [edit]
[11]Graham Button, (1991), "Introduction: ethnomethodology and the foundational respecification of the human sciences", In Ethnomethodology and the human sciences (Graham Button, ed.), Cambridge, U.K., Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-9. [bibtex] [edit]
[10]Graham Button, (1990), "On Member's Time", Réseaux, vol. Hors Série 8, no. n°1, pp. 161-182. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[9]Graham Button, (1990), "A clash of ideas: A response to Auer", Human Studies, vol. 13, pp. 393-404. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[8]Graham Button, (1990), "Going up a blind alley: Conflating conversation analysis and computational modelling", In Computers and conversation (Paul Luff, G.N. Gilbert, D.M. Frohlich, eds.), London, Academic Press, pp. 67-90. [bibtex] [edit]
[7]Graham Button, (1990), "On varieties of closings", In Interaction Competence (George Psathas, ed.), Washington, University Press of America, pp. 93-147. [bibtex] [edit]
[6]Graham Button, Neil Casey, (1989), "Topic initiation: Business-at-hand", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 22, pp. 61-92. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[5]Graham Button, (1988), "A short review of Research on Language and Social Interaction in the United Kingdom", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 22, pp. 327-345. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[4]Graham Button, (1987), "Moving out of closings", In Talk and Social Organisation (Graham Button, J.R.E. Lee, eds.), Multilingual Matters, pp. 101-151. [bibtex] [edit]
[3]Graham Button, (1987), "Answers as interactional products: Two sequential practices used in interviews", Social Psychology Quarterly, vol. 50, pp. 160-171. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[2]Graham Button, Neil Casey, (1985), "Topic nomination and pursuit", Human Studies, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 3–55. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[1]Graham Button, Neil Casey, (1984), "Generating the topic: the use of topic initial elicitors", In Structures of Social Action: Studies in Conversation Analysis (J. Maxwell Atkinson, , John Heritage, eds.), Cambridge, U.K., Cambridge University Press, pp. 167-90. [bibtex] [edit]