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Bateman2011
BibType ARTICLE
Key Bateman2011
Author(s) Amanda Bateman
Title Huts and heartache: The affordance of playground huts for legal debate in early childhood social organisation
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Tag(s) Early childhood, Spatial affordances, Rule making, Conversation analysis, Membership Categorization Analysis, Ethnomethodology
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Year 2011
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Journal Journal of Pragmatics
Volume 43
Number 13
Pages 3111-3121
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DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2011.07.002
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Abstract

This article discusses the way in which four-year-old children engaged in the complex co-production of rules and social governance in their primary school playground in Wales, UK. Through an inductive investigation into children's everyday social interactions at morning break time the child's view of their spatial affordances can be revealed. These affordances are the spaces the children talk into being (Heritage, 1978) and to what end. By making explicit reference to the wooden huts in their co-production of playground rules and governance the children talked those spaces into being and made them noticeable as important places for the practice of such agency in their everyday social organisation process.

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