Keywords: Basic Resources
2017
[152]Lorenza Mondada, (2017), "Conversation Analysis", In The Routledge Handbook of Language and Dialogue (Edda Weigand, ed.), Routledge, pp. 26–45. [bibtex] [edit]
[151]N.J. Enfield, Jack Sidnell, (2017), "On the concept of action in the study of interaction", Discourse Studies, vol. 19, no. 5, pp. 515-535. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2016
[150]Vivien Heller, (2016), "Meanings at hand: Coordinating semiotic resources in explaining mathematical terms in classroom discourse", Classroom Discourse, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 253-275. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[149]Rebecca Clift, (2016), "Conversation Analysis", Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
2015
[148]Carmen Taleghani-Nikazm, (2015), "Multimodality and coordinated participation in L2 interaction: A conversation-analytic perspective", In Dialogue in Multilingual and Multimodal Communities (Dale A. Koike, Carl S. Blyth, eds.), pp. 79-103. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[147]Luca Greco, (2015), "Analyse de conversation, anthropologie linguistique et analyse critique du discours : historiciser les débats, intégrer les approches", Langage et société, vol. 153, no. 3, pp. 135–153. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
2014
[146]Marjorie Harness Goodwin, Asta Cekaite, (2014), "Orchestrating directive trajectories in communicative projects in family interaction", In Requesting in Social Interaction (Paul Drew, Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, eds.), John Benjamins Publishing Company, no. 26, pp. 185-214. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
2013
[145]Jack Sidnell, Tanya Stivers, eds., (2013), "The Handbook of Conversation Analysis", Malden, MA, Wiley-Blackwell, vol. 121. [bibtex] [edit]
[144]Angela Cora Garcia, (2013), "An introduction to interaction: Understanding talk in formal and informal settings", 50 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3DP, Bloomsbury Academic. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
2011
[143]Anthony Liddicoat, (2011), "An introduction to Conversation Analysis", London, Continuum. [bibtex] [edit]
[142]Mustafa Emirbayer, Douglas W. Maynard, (2011), "Pragmatism and ethnomethodology", Qualitative Sociology, vol. 34, pp. 221-261. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[141]Fabienne H.G. Chevalier, (2011), "Language and Social Interaction: An Introduction to Conversation Analysis", Nottingham French Studies, vol. 50, no. 2, pp. 1–18. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2010
[140]Jack Sidnell, (2010), "Conversation Analysis: An Introduction", Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell. [bibtex] [edit]
[139]Douglas W. Maynard, Steven E. Clayman, Timothy Halkowski, Mardi Kidwell, (2010), "Toward an interdisciplinary field: Language and social interaction research at the University of California, Santa Barbara", In The Social History of Language and Social Interaction Research: People, Places, Ideas (W. Leeds-Hurwitz, ed.), Cresskill, NJ, Hampton Press, pp. 313-333. [bibtex] [edit]
[138]John Heritage, (2010), "Conversation Analysis: Practices and methods", In Qualitative Sociology (3rd edition) (David Silverman, ed.), London, SAGE, pp. 208-230. [bibtex] [edit]
[137]Christian Heath, Jon Hindmarsh, Paul Luff, (2010), "Video in qualitative research Analysing Social Interaction in Everyday Life", London, Sage Publications, pp. 173. [bibtex] [edit]
[136]TIm Halkowski, Virginia Teas Gill, (2010), "Conversation analysis and ethnomethodology: The centrality of interaction", In The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Health Research (Ivy Bourgeault, Robert Dingwall, Ray de Vries, eds.), Sage, pp. 212-228. [bibtex] [edit]
[135]Bob Garot, Tim J. Berard, (2010), "Ethnomethodology and membership categorization analysis", In Sage Handbook of Sociolinguistics (R. Wodak, B. Johnstone, P. Kerswill, eds.), Los Angeles, Sage, pp. 125-138. [bibtex] [edit]
[134]Alan Firth, (2010), "Telephone helplines", In Pragmatics of discourse (Klaus P. Schneider, A. Barron, eds.), The Hague, Mouton de Gruyter. [bibtex] [edit]
[133]Paul Drew, (2010), "Commentary", Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 303–305. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
2009
[132]K. Neil Jenkings, (2009), "Studies in and as Ethnomethodology: Garfinkel and his Ethnomethodological ‘Bastards’ Part Two", Sociology, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 775–781. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[131]Stephen Hester, (2009), "Ethnomethodology: respecifying the problem of social order", In Encountering the everyday: an introduction to the sociologies of the unnoticed (Michael Hviid Jacobsen, ed.), Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 234-56. [bibtex] [edit]
[130]Paul ten Have, (2009), "Conversation analysis: analysing everyday conversational activities", In Encountering the everyday: an introduction to the sociologies of the unnoticed (Michael Hviid Jacobsen, ed.), Houndmills Basingstoke, Hampshire U.K., New York, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 257-78. [bibtex] [edit]
[129]Alan Firth, (2009), "Ethnomethodology", In The Pragmatics of Interaction (Sigurd D'Hondt, ed.), Amsterdam, John Benjamins, pp. 66-78. [bibtex] [edit]
[128]Francois Cooren, (2009), "The haunting question of textual agency: Derrida and Garfinkel on iterability and eventfulness", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 42-67. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[127]Rebecca Clift, Paul Drew, Ian Hutchby, (2009), "Conversation Analysis", Amsterdam, John Benjamins. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
2008
[126]Anssi Peräkylä, (2008), "Conversation analysis and psychoanalysis: Interpretation, affect and intersubjectivity", In Conversation Analysis and Psychotherapy (A. Peräkylä, C. Antaki, S. Vehviläinen, I. Leudar, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 100-119. [bibtex] [edit]
[125]Ian Hutchby, Robin Wooffitt, (2008), "Conversation analysis", Chichester, U.K., Polity Press. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[124]John Heritage, (2008), "Conversation analysis as social theory", In The New Blackwell Companion to Social Theory (Bryan S. Turner, ed.), Oxford, Blackwell, pp. 300-320. [bibtex] [edit]
[123]Dennis Day, Johannes Wagner, (2008), "Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis", In Interpersonal Communication (Gerd Antos, Elja Ventola, eds.), Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 33-52. [bibtex] [edit]
[122]Dennis Day, (2008), "In a bigger, messo, context", Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 40, no. 5, pp. 979–996. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[121]Jeff Coulter, (2008), "Twenty-five theses against Cognitivism", Theory, Culture and Society, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 19-32. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
2007
[120]Emanuel A. Schegloff, (2007), "Sequence organization in interaction: A primer in conversation analysis, Volume 1", Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [bibtex] [edit]
[119]Anssi Peräkylä, (2007), "Conversation analysis", In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (G. Ritzer, ed.), London, Blackwell, vol. II, pp. 791-794. [bibtex] [edit]
[118]Michael Lynch, (2007), "The origins of ethnomethodology", In Philosophy of Anthropology and Sociology (S. P. Turner, M. W. Risjord, eds.), Amsterdam, Oxford, Elsevier B.V., pp. 485-515. [bibtex] [edit]
[117]Paul ten Have, (2007), "Doing conversation analysis: a practical guide (Sec.Ed.)", London, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[116]Harold Garfinkel, (2007), "Recherches en ethnométhodologie", Paris, PUF. [bibtex] [edit]
2006
[115]Harrie Mazeland, (2006), "Conversation analysis", In Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, Oxford, Amsterdam, Elsevier, vol. 3, pp. 153-162. [bibtex] [edit]
[114]Stephen Lindstead, (2006), "Ethnomethodology and sociology: An introduction", The Sociological Review, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 399-404. [bibtex] [edit]
[113]K. Neil Jenkings, (2006), "Garfinkel and his Ethnomethodological ‘Bastards’", Sociology, vol. 40, no. 5, pp. 957–963. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[112]Rebecca Clift, Paul Drew, Ian Hutchby, (2006), "Conversation Analysis", In Handbook of Pragmatics (Jan-Ola Ostman, Jef Verschueren, eds.), Amsterdam, John Benjamins, pp. 40-54. [bibtex] [edit]
2005
[111]Robin Wooffitt, (2005), "Conversation Analysis and Discourse Analysis: A Comparative and Critical Introduction", London, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit]
[110]Anssi Peräkylä, Johanna Ruusuvuori, Sanna Vehviläinen, (2005), "Introduction: Professional theories and institutional interaction", Communication & Medicine, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 105-109. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[109]Stephen C. Levinson, (2005), "Living with Manny's dangerous idea", Discourse Studies, vol. 7, pp. 431-453. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[108]John Heritage, (2005), "Conversation analysis and institutional talk", In Handbook of Language and Social Interaction (Robert Sanders, Kristine Fitch, eds.), Mawah, NJ, Erlbaum, pp. 103-146. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[107]Kristine L. Fitch, Robert E. Sanders, eds., (2005), "Handbook of Language and Social Interaction", Mahwah, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum. [bibtex] [edit]
[106]Alan Firth, Michael Emmison, Carolyn Baker, (2005), "Calling for help: An introduction", In Calling for Help: Language and Social Interaction in Telephone Helplines (Alan Firth, Carolyn Baker, Michael Emmison, eds.), Amsterdam, John Benjamins. [bibtex] [edit]
[105]Ilkka Arminen, (2005), "Institutional Interaction: Studies of Talk at Work", Aldershot, Ashgate. [bibtex] [edit]
2004
[104]Anssi Peräkylä, (2004), "Conversation analysis", In Qualitative research practice (C. Seale, D. Silverman, J. Gubrium, G. Gobo, eds.), London, SAGE, pp. 165-179. [bibtex] [edit]
[103]Gene H. Lerner, (2004), "Collaborative turn sequences", In (G. H. Lerner, ed.), Amsterdam / Philadelphia, John Benjamins, pp. 225-256. [bibtex] [edit]
[102]Gene H. Lerner, (2004), "Introductory remarks", In (G. H. Lerner, ed.), Amsterdam / Philadelphia, John Benjamins, pp. 1-11. [bibtex] [edit]
[101]Richard Hilbert, (2004), "Ethnomethodology", In Encyclopedia of Social Theory (George Ritzer, ed.), SAGE. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[100]John Heritage, (2004), "Conversation analysis and institutional talk: analysing data", In Qualitative research: Theory, method and practice (David Silverman, ed.), London, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[99]Christian Heath, (2004), "Analysing face to face interaction: video, the visual and material", In Qualitative research: Theory, method and practice. (David Silverman, ed.), London, Sage Publications, pp. 266-82. [bibtex] [edit]
[98]Paul ten Have, (2004), "Understanding qualitative research and ethnomethodology", London, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[97]Rod Gardner, (2004), "Conversation Analysis", In The Handbook of Applied Linguistics (Alan Davies, Catherine Elder, eds.), Oxford, Blackwell Publishers Inc., pp. 262-284. [bibtex] [edit]
[96]David J. Francis, Stephen Hester, (2004), "An Invitation to Ethnomethodology: Language, Society and Interaction", London, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[95]Marilena Fatigante, (2004), "L'analisi conversazionale e lo studio dell'interazione verbale in Italia: Una rassegna delle pubblicazioni", Rassegna Italiana di Psicolinguistica Applicata (A. Fasulo, R. Galatolo, eds.), vol. 4, no. 2-3, pp. 205-238. [bibtex] [edit]
[94]Paul Drew, (2004), "Conversation analysis", In Handbook of Language and Social Interaction (K. Fitch, R. Sanders, eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 71-102. [bibtex] [edit]
[93]Jeff Coulter, (2004), "What is discursivepsychology?", Human Studies, vol. 27, pp. 335-340. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[92]Steven E. Clayman, Virginia Teas Gill, (2004), "Conversation analysis", In Handbook of data analysis (Melissa A. Hardy, Alan Bryman, eds.), London, Sage Publications, pp. 589-606. [bibtex] [edit]
2003
[91]Douglas W. Maynard, Anssi Peräkylä, (2003), "Language and social interaction", In Handbook of Social Psychology (J. De Lamater, ed.), New York, Kluwer Academic Plenum, pp. 233-258. [bibtex] [edit]
[90]Douglas W. Maynard, Steven E. Clayman, (2003), "Ethnomethodology and conversation analysis", In Handbook of Symbolic Interactionism (L. Reynolds, N. Herman-Kinney, eds.), Walnut Creek, CA, Altamira Press, pp. 173-202. [bibtex] [edit]
[89]Douglas W. Maynard, Steven E. Clayman, (2003), "Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis", In Handbook of Symbolic Interactionism (Larry T Reynolds, Nancy Herman-Kinney, eds.), Walnut Creek, CA, Altamira Press, pp. 173-202. [bibtex] [edit]
[88]Martyn Hammersley, (2003), "Analytics are no substitute for methodology: A response to Speer and Hutchby", Sociology, vol. 39, pp. 339-351. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[87]Martyn Hammersley, (2003), "Conversation Analysis and Discourse Analysis: Methods or Paradigms?", Discourse & Society, vol. 14, pp. 751-781. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[86]Paul Drew, (2003), "Conversation analysis", In Qualitative psychology: A practical guide to research methods (J. Smith, ed.), London, Sage, pp. 132-158. [bibtex] [edit]
2002
[85]Paul ten Have, (2002), "The Notion of Member is the Heart of the Matter: On the Role of Membership Knowledge in Ethnomethodological Inquiry", Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, vol. 3, no. 3. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[84]Paul ten Have, (2002), "Reflections on transcription", Cahiers de praxématique, vol. 39, pp. 21-43. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[83]Harold Garfinkel, (2002), "Ethnomethodology’s Program: Working Out Durkheim’s Aphorism", Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[82]Giolo Fele, (2002), "Etnometodologia: Introduzione allo studio della attavita ordinarie", Roma, Carocci. [bibtex] [edit]
2001
[81]Wes Sharrock, (2001), "Where the simplest systematics fits: A Response to Michael Lynch's “The ethnomethodological foundations of conversation analysis”", Text, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 533–540. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[80]Michael Lynch, (2001), "Les fondements ethnométhodologique de l’analyse de conversation", In L’ethnométhodologie: une sociologie radicale (Michel de Fornel, Albert Ogien, Louis Quéré, eds.), Paris (Colloque de Cerisy), Editions La Découverte (Collection “Recherches”), pp. 259-274. [bibtex] [edit]
[79]John Hughes, (2001), "Of ethnography, ethnomethodology and workplace studies", Ethnographic Studies, vol. 6, pp. 7-16. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[78]Stephen Hester, David J. Francis, (2001), "Is institutional talk a phenomenon? Reflections on ethnomethodology and applied conversation analysis", In How to Analyse Talk in Institutional Settings: A Casebook of Methods (Alec McHoul, Mark Rapley, eds.), London, Continuum, pp. 206-17. [bibtex] [edit]
[77]Paul ten Have, (2001), "Applied conversation analysis", In How to Analyse Talk in Institutional Settings: A Casebook of Methods (Alec McHoul, Mark Rapley, eds.), London, Continuum, pp. 3-11. [bibtex] [edit]
[76]Harold Garfinkel, (2001), "Postface: L'ethnométhogologie et les legs oublié de Durkheim", In (M. de Fornel, A. Ogien, L. Quéré, eds.), Paris, Editions La Découverte (Collection “Recherches”), pp. 439-444. [bibtex] [edit]
[75]Harold Garfinkel, (2001), "Le programme de l'ethnométhonologie", In L'ethnométhodologie: une sociologie radicale (Michel de Fornel, Albert Ogien, Louis Quéré, eds.), Paris, La Découverte, pp. 31-56. [bibtex] [edit]
2000
[74]Jack Whalen, Geoff Raymond, (2000), "Conversation Analysis", In Encyclopedia of Sociology (Edgar F Borgatta, Rhonda J V Montgomery, eds.), New York, Macmillan Reference USA, pp. 431-441. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[73]Michael Lynch, (2000), "The ethnomethodological foundations of conversation analysis", Text & Talk, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 517–532. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[72]Stephen Hester, David J. Francis, (2000), "Analysing “Institutional Talk”: a Reply to Watson", Text & Talk, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 391-413. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
1999
[71]Michele A. Wakin, Don H. Zimmerman, (1999), "Reduction and specialization in emergency and directory assistance calls", Research on Language & Social Interaction, vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 409–437. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[70]Paul ten Have, (1999), "Doing conversation analysis: a practical guide", London, Sage. [bibtex] [edit]
[69]Ruth Lesser, Lisa Perkins, (1999), "Cognitive neuropsychology and conversation analysis in aphasia: An introductory coursebook", London, Whurr. [bibtex] [edit]
[68]Ian Hutchby, (1999), "Beyond agnosticism?: Conversation Analysis and the sociological agenda", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 32, pp. 85-93. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[67]Robert Hopper, (1999), "Going public about social interaction", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 32. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[66]John Heritage, (1999), "Conversation Analysis at century's end: Practices of talk-in-interaction, their distributions and their outcomes", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 32, pp. 69-76. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[65]Giolo Fele, (1999), "L'analisi della conversazione come una sociologia particolare", In La conversazione: Un 'introduzione allo studio dell'interazione verbale (R. Galatolo, G. Pallotti, eds.), Milano, Cortina, pp. 23-42. [bibtex] [edit]
[64]Jeff Coulter, (1999), "Discourse and Mind", Human Studies, vol. 22, pp. 163-181. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[63]Michael Billig, (1999), "Conversation analysis and the claims of naivety", Discourse & Society, vol. 10, pp. 572-576. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[62]Michael Billig, (1999), "Whose terms? Whose ordinariness? Rhetoric and ideology in conversation analysis", Discourse & Society, vol. 10, pp. 543-558. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[61]Ilkka Arminen, (1999), "Conversation Analysis: A quest for order in social interaction and language use", Acta Sociologica, vol. 42, no. 3, pp. 251–257. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
1998
[60]David Silverman, (1998), "Analysing conversation", In Researching society and culture (Clive Seale, ed.), London, Sage, pp. 261-274. [bibtex] [edit]
[59]David Silverman, (1998), "Harvey Sacks and Conversation Analysis", Cambridge, Polity Press. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[58]Ian Hutchby, Robin Wooffitt, (1998), "Conversation analysis: Principles, practices and applications", Cambridge, Polity Press. [bibtex] [edit]
1997
[57]Anssi Peräkylä, (1997), "Conversation analysis: A new model of research in doctor-patient communication", Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, vol. 90, pp. 205-208. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[56]Stephen Hester, Peter Eglin, (1997), "Membership categorization analysis: An introduction", In Culture in action: studies in membership categorization analysis (Stephen Hester, Peter Eglin, eds.), Washington, D.C., University Press of America, pp. 1-24. [bibtex] [edit]
[55]John Heritage, (1997), "Conversation analysis and institutional talk: analysing data", In Qualitative research: Theory, method and practice (David Silverman, ed.), London, Sage Publications, pp. 161-82. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[54]Christian Heath, (1997), "The analysis of activities in face to face interaction using video", In Qualitative Research: Theory, Method and Practice (David Silverman, ed.), London, Sage Publications, pp. 183–200. [bibtex] [edit]
1996
[53]Michael Lynch, David Bogen, (1996), "The Spectacle of History: Speech, Text, and Memory at the Iran-Contra Hearings", Durham, NC, Duke University Press. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[52]Harold Garfinkel, (1996), "Ethnomethodology’s Program", Social Psychology Quarterly, vol. 59, no. 1, pp. 5–21. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[51]Anderson K. Gramkow, Bill Davey, (1996), "Some practical and legal aspects concerning the collection of empirical data", In Datadag: om indsamling og bearbejdning af samtale- og interviewdata (Knud Anker Jensen, Jakob Steensig, eds.), Aarhus, ADLA (Danish Association for Applied Linguistics), pp. 7–21. [bibtex] [edit]
1995
[50]Brigitte Jordan, Austin Henderson, (1995), "Interaction analysis: foundations and practice", The Journal of the Learning Sciences, vol. 4, pp. 39-101. [bibtex] [edit]
[49]John Heritage, (1995), "Conversation analysis: methodological aspects", In Aspects of Oral Communication (Uta M. Quasthoff, ed.), Berlin, De Gruyter, pp. 391-418. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[48]Alan Firth, (1995), "Ethnomethodology", In Handbook of Pragmatics (Jef Verschueren, Jan-Ola Östman, Jan Blommaert, eds.), Amsterdam, John Benjamins, pp. 269-278. [bibtex] [edit]
[47]Alan Firth, (1995), "Introduction and overview", In The discourse of negotiation: studies of language in the workplace (A. Firth, ed.), Oxford, Pergamon, pp. 3-39. [bibtex] [edit]
[46]Alain Coulon, (1995), "Ethnomethodology", Thousand Oak, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit]
[45]Steven E. Clayman, Douglas W. Maynard, (1995), "Ethnomethodology and conversation analysis", 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. 1-30. [bibtex] [edit]
1994
[44]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]
1993
[43]Christian Heath, Paul Luff, (1993), "Explicating face-to-face interaction", In Researching social life (Nigel Gilbert, ed.), London, Sage Publications, no. 306-26. [bibtex] [edit]
[42]E.C. Cuff, (1993), "Problems of versions in everyday situations", Washington, D.C., University Press of America. [bibtex] [edit]
[41]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]
[40]David Bogen, Michael Lynch, (1993), "Do we need a general theory of social problems?", In Reconsidering social constructionism (G. Miller, J. Holstein, eds.), New York, Aldine de Gruyter, pp. 213-237. [bibtex] [edit]
1992
[39]Emanuel A Schegloff, (1992), "Introduction", In Harvey Sacks: Lectures on Conversation (Gail Jefferson, ed.), Oxford, Basil Blackwell, vol. 2, pp. ix–lii. [bibtex] [edit]
[38]Harvey Sacks, (1992), "Lectures on conversation", Oxford, Basil Blackwell, vol. 1 & 2. [bibtex] [edit]
[37]Michael Lynch, Mark Peyrot, (1992), "Introduction: A reader's guide to ethnomethodology", Qualitative Sociology (M. Peyrot, M. Lynch, eds.), vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 113-122. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[36]Robert Hopper, (1992), "Telephone conversation", Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press. [bibtex] [edit]
[35]Richard Hilbert, (1992), "The classical roots of Ethnomethodology: Durkheim, Weber, and Garfinkel", Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press. [bibtex] [edit]
[34]Harold Garfinkel, Lawrence Wieder, (1992), "Two incommensurable, asymmetrically alternate technologies of social analysis", In Text in context: studies in ethnomethodology (Graham Watson, Robert M. Seiler, eds.), Newbury Park, Sage Publications, pp. 175-206. [bibtex] [edit]
[33]Paul Drew, John Heritage, (1992), "Analyzing talk at work: an introduction", In Talk at work: interaction in institutional settings (Paul Drew, John Heritage, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 3-65. [bibtex] [edit]
[32]Jack Bilmes, (1992), "Referring to internal occurrences: A reply to Coulter", Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 253-262. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
1991
[31]Douglas W. Maynard, Steven E. Clayman, (1991), "The diversity of ethnomethodology", Annual Review of Sociology, vol. 17, pp. 385-418. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[30]John Heritage, (1991), "L'ethnométhodologie : une approche procédurale de l'action et de la communication", Réseaux, vol. 9, no. 50, pp. 89–130. [bibtex] [edit]
[29]Graham Button, ed., (1991), "Ethnomethodology and the human sciences", Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [bibtex] [edit]
1990
[28]Paul ten Have, (1990), "Methodological issues in conversation analysis", Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique, no. 27, pp. 23-51. [bibtex] [edit]
[27]Marilyn R. Whalen, Don H. Zimmerman, (1990), "Describing trouble: Practical epistemology in citizen calls to the police", Language in Society, Cambridge University Press, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 465–492. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[26]Robert Hopper, (1990), "Ethnography and conversation analysis after Talking Culture", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 24, pp. 161-387. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[25]Graham Button, (1990), "A clash of ideas: A response to Auer", Human Studies, vol. 13, pp. 393-404. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[24]Deirdre Boden, (1990), "People are talking: conversation analysis and symbolic interaction", In Symbolic interaction and cultural studies (H.S. Becker, M. McCall, eds.), Chicago, University of Chicago Press, pp. 244-273. [bibtex] [edit]
[23]Deirdre Boden, (1990), "The world as it happens: ethnomethodology and conversation analysis", In Frontiers of social theory: the new synthesis (George Ritzer, ed.), New York, Columbia University Press, pp. 185-213. [bibtex] [edit]
1989
[22]Anthony J. Wootton, (1989), "Remarks on the methodology of conversation analysis", In Conversation: an interdisciplinary perspective (Derek Roger, Peter Bull, eds.), Clevedon, Multilingual Matters, pp. 238-258. [bibtex] [edit]
[21]Robert Hopper, (1989), "Conversation analysis and social psychology as descriptions of interpersonal communication", In Conversation: an interdisciplinary perspective (Derek Roger, Peter Bull, eds.), Clevedon, Multilingual Matters, pp. 48-65. [bibtex] [edit]
[20]John Heritage, (1989), "Current developments in conversation analysis", In Conversation: an interdisciplinary perspective (Derek Roger, Peter Bull, eds.), Avon, Multilingual Matters, pp. 21-47. [bibtex] [edit]
[19]Marek Czyzewski, (1989), "Garfinkel, cognitiverevolution, and conversation analysis", International Journal of the Sociology of Language, vol. 78, pp. 43-55. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
1988
[18]Don H. Zimmerman, (1988), "On conversation: the conversation analytic perspective", In Communication Yearbook 11 (James A. Anderson, ed.), Beverly Hills, Sage, pp. 406–432. [bibtex] [edit]
[17]D. Lawrence Wieder, (1988), "From resource to topic: some aims of conversation analysis", In Communication Yearbook 11 (James A. Anderson, ed.), Beverly Hills, Sage, pp. 444–454. [bibtex] [edit]
[16]Alec McHoul, (1988), "Language and the sociology of mind: A critical introduction to the work of Jeff Coulter", Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 12, pp. 229-286. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[15]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]
1987
[14]Marilyn R. Whalen, Don H. Zimmerman, (1987), "Sequential and institutional contexts in calls for help", Social Psychology Quarterly, vol. 50, no. 2, pp. 172–185. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[13]John Heritage, (1987), "Ethnomethodology", In Social theory today (Anthony Giddens, Jonathan H. Turner, eds.), Cambridge, Polity Press, no. 224-72. [bibtex] [edit]
[12]James L. Heap, (1987), "Sociologies in and of education: A reply to Hammersley", Curriculum Inquiry, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 239-242. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[11]Alain Coulon, (1987), "L’ethnométhodologie", Paris, Presses Universitaires de France. [bibtex] [edit]
1986
[10]Wes Sharrock, Robert J. Anderson, (1986), "The ethnomethodologists", Chichester:, Ellis Horwood. [bibtex] [edit]
[9]Robert Hopper, Susan Koch, Jenny Mandelbaum, (1986), "Conversation analysis methods", In Contemporary issues in language and discourse processes (Donald G. Ellis, William A. Donahue, eds.), Beverly Hills, Sage, pp. 77-109. [bibtex] [edit]
1984
[8]Harvey Sacks, (1984), "Notes on methodology", In Structures of Social Action: Studies in Conversation Analysis (John Heritage, J. Maxwell Atkinson, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 2-27. [bibtex] [edit]
[7]John Heritage, J. Maxwell Atkinson, (1984), "Introduction", In Structures of social action: Studies in Conversation Analysis (John Heritage, J. Maxwell Atkinson, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-15. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[6]John Heritage, (1984), "Garfinkel and Ethnomethodology", Cambridge, Polity Press. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[5]J. Maxwell Atkinson, John Heritage, eds., (1984), "Structures of social action: Studies in conversation analysis", Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [bibtex] [edit]
1983
[4]Doug J. Benson, John A. Hughes, (1983), "The perspective of ethnomethodology", London, Longmans. [bibtex] [edit]
1982
[3]Mark Peyrot, (1982), "Understanding ethnomethodology: A remedy for some common misconceptions", Human Studies, vol. 5, pp. 261-283. [bibtex] [edit]
1978
[2]Jim Schenkein, (1978), "Sketch of an analytic mentality for the study of conversational interaction", In Studies in the organization of conversational interaction (Jim Schenkein, ed.), New York, Academic Press, pp. 1-6. [bibtex] [edit]
1967
[1]Harold Garfinkel, (1967), "Studies in ethnomethodology", Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall Inc.. [bibtex] [edit]