Keywords: Accounts
2020
[63]Maryanne Agnes Theobald, Susan Danby, (2020), "Children’s competence and wellbeing in sensitive research: When video-stimulated accounts lead to dispute", In Children and Mental Health Talk: Perspectives on Social Competence (Joyce Lamerichs, Susan J. Danby, Amanda Bateman, Stuart Ekberg, eds.). [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
2019
[62]Emma Tennent, (2019), "‘Do you think it’s a crime?’ Building joint understanding of victimisation in calls for help", Discourse & Society, vol. 30, no. 6, pp. 636-652. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[61]Jan Svennevig, Anne Marie Dalby Landmark, (2019), "Accounting for forgetfulness in dementia interaction", Linguistics Vanguard, vol. 5, no. s2. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[60]Germaine Stockbridge, Robin Wooffitt, (2019), "Coincidence by design", Qualitative Research, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 437-454. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[59]Jessica S. Robles, Elizabeth S. Parks, (2019), "Complaints about technology as a resource for identity-work", Language in Society, vol. 48, no. 2, pp. 209-231. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[58]Korhonen Maija, Komulainen Katri, (2019), "The moral orders of work and health: a case of sick leave due to burnout", Sociology of Health & Illness, vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 219–233. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[57]Xiaoting Li, Jie Luo, (2019), "Some interactional functions of Yinwei-clauses in Mandarin Chinese conversation", In Current Studies in Chinese Language and Discourse: Global context and diverse perspectives (Yun Xiao, Linda Tsung, eds.), pp. 81-103. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[56]Eleni Karafoti, (2019), "Attending to a possible complaint: Preference for noticings, anticipatory apologies and preemptive accounts to forestall potential conflict", Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 269–292. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[55]John Heritage, Chase Wesley Raymond, Paul Drew, (2019), "Constructing apologies: Reflexive relationships between apologies and offenses", Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 142, pp. 185 200. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[54]Matthew P. Fox, (2019), "Legal Consciousness in Action: Lay People and Accountability in the Jury Room", Qualitative Sociology. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[53]Natalie Flint, Michael Haugh, Andrew John Merrison, (2019), "Modulating troubles afliating in initial interactions: Te role of remedial accounts", Pragmatics, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 384–409. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2018
[52]Jessica S. Robles, Stephen DiDomenico, Joshua Raclaw, (2018), "Doing being an ordinary technology and social media user", Language & Communication, vol. 60, pp. 150-167. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[51]Mardi Kidwell, Heidi Kevoe-Feldman, (2018), "Making an impression in traffic stops: Citizens’ volunteered accounts in two positions", Discourse Studies, vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 613-636. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[50]Anna Franzén, Karin Aronsson, (2018), "‘Then she got a spanking’: Social accountability and narrative versions in social workers’ courtroom testimonies", Discourse Studies, vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 577-597. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2017
[49]Janne Solberg, (2017), "Logic of Accounting: The Case of Reporting Previous Options in Norwegian Activation Encounters", Discourse Processes, vol. 54, no. 7, pp. 545-567. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[48]Jessica S Robles, Anastacia Kurylo, (2017), "‘Let’s have the men clean up’: Interpersonally communicated stereotypes as a resource for resisting gender-role prescribed activities", Discourse Studies, vol. 19, no. 6, pp. 673-693. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2016
[47]Julija Baranova, Mark Dingemanse, (2016), "Reasons for requests", Discourse Studies, vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 641-675. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[46]Janne Solberg, (2016), "The Logic of Accounting: The Case of Reporting Previous Options in Norwegian Activation Encounters", Discourse Processes. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[45]Rakefet Sela-Sheffy, Rotem Leshem, (2016), "Emotion-identity talk in aggressive interactions and in reflexive accounts", Culture & Psychology, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 448-466. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2015
[44]Jan Svennevig, Olga Djordjilovic, (2015), "Accounting for the right to assign a task in meeting interaction", Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 78, pp. 98 - 111. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[43]Lorenza Mondada, Hanna Svensson, Nynke van Schepen, (2015), "“Why that not now”: participants' orientations towards several organizational layers in social interaction", Bulletin VALS-ASLA, vol. 101, pp. 51-71. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[42]Joyce Lamerichs, Eva Alisic, Marca Schasfoort, (2015), "“You Just Have to Be Cheerful Really”: Children’s Accounts of Ordinariness in Trauma Recovery Talk", In The Palgrave Handbook of Child Mental Health (Michelle O'Reilly, Jessica Nina Lester, eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 618–635. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[41]Margot Jager, Andrea F. De Winter, Janneke Metselaar, Erik J. Knorth, Sijmen A. Reijneveld, Mike Huiskes, (2015), "Compliments and accounts: Positive evaluation of reported behavior in psychotherapy for adolescents", Language in Society, vol. 44, no. 5, pp. 653–677. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[40]Tim Berard, (2015), "Hate Crimes, Labels, and Accounts: Pragmatic Reflections on U.S. Hate Crimes", In Law at Work: Studies in Legal Ethnomethods (Baudouin Dupret, Michael Lynch, Tim Berard, eds.), New York, Oxford University Press, pp. 223–239. [bibtex] [edit]
[39]Beth Angell, Galina B. Bolden, (2015), "Justifying medication decisions in mental health care: Psychiatrists’ accounts for treatment recommendations", Social Science & Medicine, vol. 138, pp. 44–56. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2014
[38]Henrik Ingrids, (2014), "Blame-account sequences in child custody disputes", Discourse & Society, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 47–64. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[37]Mats Ekström, Fredrik Lundström, (2014), "The termination of complaints in calls to an authority for student support", Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 74, pp. 132–149. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2013
[36]Yasushi Ohashi, Robin Wooffitt, Clare Jackson, Yumi Nixon, (2013), "Discourse, culture, and extraordinary experiences: observations from a comparative, qualitative analysis of Japanese and UK English accounts of paranormal phenomena", Western Journal of Communication, vol. 77, no. 4, pp. 466–488. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[35]Vassili Joannidès, Stéphane Jaumier, Séverine Le Loarne-Lemaire, (2013), "La fabrique du contrôle: une ethnométhodologie du choix des outils de gestion", Comptabilité - Contrôle - Audit, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 87–116. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[34]Jason Turowetz, Matthew M. Hollander, (2013), "“So, why did you decide to do this?” Soliciting and formulating motives for speed dating", Discourse & Society, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 701–724. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2012
[33]Anita Pomerantz, (2012), "Do participants’ reports enhance conversation analytic claims?: explanations of one sort or another", Discourse Studies, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 499–505. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[32]Melvin Pollner, (2012), "Ethnomethodology from/as/to Business", American Sociologist, vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 21–35. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[31]John Heritage, Steven E. Clayman, (2012), "Melvin Pollner: A view from the suburbs", American Sociologist, vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 99–108. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2011
[30]Wolff-Michael Roth, (2011), "Researching living/lived mathematical work", Forum: Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, vol. 12, no. 1, Art. 31. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[29]Lisa Raevaara, (2011), "Accounts at convenience stores: Doing dispreference and small talk", Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 556–571. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[28]Phillip Glenn, Curtis LeBaron, (2011), "Epistemic authority in employment interviews: glancing, pointing, touching", Discourse & Communication, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 3–22. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[27]Patrick J. Dillon, (2011), "Moral accounts and membership categorization in primary care medical interviews", Communication & Medicine, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 211–222. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[26]Galina B. Bolden, Jeffrey D. Robinson, (2011), "Soliciting accounts with why-interrogatives in conversation", Journal of Communication, vol. 61, no. 1, pp. 94–119. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2010
[25]Robin Wooffitt, Nicola Holt, (2010), "Silence and its organization in the pragmatics of introspection", Discourse Studies, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 379-406. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[24]Jeffrey D. Robinson, Galina B. Bolden, (2010), "Preference organization of sequence-initiating actions: the case of explicit account solicitations", Discourse Studies, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 501–533. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2009
[23]Ruth Parry, (2009), "Practitioners' accounts for treatment actions and recommendations in physiotherapy: When do they occur, how are they structured, what do they do?", Sociology of Health & Illness, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 835-853. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[22]Mats Ekström, (2009), "Announced refusal to answer: A study of norms and accountability in broadcast political interviews", Discourse Studies, vol. 11, no. 6, pp. 681–702. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[21]Søren Beck Nielsen, (2009), "Accounts on the behalf of patients during geriatric case conferences", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 42, no. 3, pp. 231–248. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2008
[20]Seung-Hee Lee, Nicolas Sheon, (2008), "Responsibility and risk: Accounts of reasons for seeking an HIV test", Sociology of Health & Illness, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 167-181. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[19]Susanne Kjaerbeck, (2008), "Narratives as a Resource to Manage Disagreement: Examples from a Parents' Meeting in an Extracurricular Activity Center", Text & Talk, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 307–326. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[18]William Housley, Richard Fitzgerald, (2008), "Motives and social organisation: Sociological amnesia, psychological description and the analysis of accounts", Qualitative Research, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 237–256. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2007
[17]Hansun Zhang Waring, (2007), "The multi-functionality of accounts in advice giving", Journal of Sociolinguistics, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 367–391. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[16]Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, (2007), "Assessing and accounting", In Reporting Talk: Reported Speech in Interaction (Elizabeth Holt, Rebecca Clift, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 81–119. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2006
[15]Marjorie Harness Goodwin, (2006), "Participation, Affect, and Trajectory in Family Directive/Response Sequences", Text & Talk, vol. 26, no. 4-5, pp. 515–543. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[14]Jason B. Jimerson, Matthew K. Oware, (2006), "Telling the Code of the Street: An Ethnomethodological Ethnography", Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 24-50. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[13]Renata Galatolo, Paul Drew, (2006), "Narrative expansions as defensive practices in courtroom testimony", Text & Talk, vol. 26, no. 6, pp. 661-698. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2004
[12]Jack Sidnell, (2004), "There’s risks in everything: extreme-case formulations and accountability in inquiry testimony", Discourse & Society, vol. 15, no. 6, pp. 745–766. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2001
[11]Rolland Munro, (2001), "Calling for accounts: numbers, monsters and membership", The Sociological Review, vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 473–493. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
1999
[10]Jeff Stetson, (1999), "Victim, offender and witness in the emplotment of news stories", In Media Studies: Ethnomethodological Approaches (Paul L. Jalbert, ed.), Lanham, New York, Oxford, University Press of America, pp. 77-110. [bibtex] [edit]
[9]Michael Thomas Conroy, (1999), "“I don't want to burst your bubble”: Affiliation and disaffiliation in a joint accounting by affiliated pair partners", Human Studies, vol. 22, no. 2-4, pp. 339–359. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
1994
[8]Alan Firth, (1994), "“Accounts” in negotiation discourse: a single case analysis", Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 199–226. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[7]Marek Czyzewski, (1994), "Reflexivity of actors versus reflexivity of accounts", Theory, Culture and Society, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 161–168. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[6]Charles Antaki, (1994), "Explaining and Arguing", London, Sage. [bibtex] [edit]
1993
[5]Robin Wooffitt, (1993), "Analysing Accounts", In Researching Social Life (Nigel Gilbert, ed.), London, SAGE, pp. 287–305. [bibtex] [edit]
1992
[4]Robin Wooffitt, (1992), "Telling Tales of the Unexpected: the Organisation of Factual Discourse", Hemel Hempstead, Harvester Wheatsheaf, pp. 217. [bibtex] [edit]
1989
[3]Paul L. Jalbert, (1989), "Categorization and beliefs: news accounts of Haitian and Cuban refugees", In The Interactional Order: New Directions in the Study of Social Order (David T. Helm, W. Timothy Anderson, Albert Jay Meehan, Anne Warfield Rawls, eds.), New York, NY, Irvington, pp. 231–248. [bibtex] [edit]
1988
[2]John Heritage, (1988), "Explanations as accounts: a conversation analytic perspective", In Analyzing Everyday Explanation: A Casebook of Methods (Charles Antaki, ed.), London, SAGE, pp. 127–144. [bibtex] [edit]
1987
[1]Richard Buttny, (1987), "Sequence and practical reasoning in accounts episodes", Communication Quarterly, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 125–143. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]