McLauchlan-Noble2020

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McLauchlan-Noble2020
BibType ARTICLE
Key McLauchlan-Noble2020
Author(s) Anna McLauchlan, Allyson F. Noble
Title Methods of Entering Where Access is Restricted
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Tag(s) EMCA, Ethnomethodology, Methods, Entering, Social occasion, Locally produced authority, Door
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Year 2020
Language English
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Journal Human Studies
Volume 43
Number 1
Pages 89–106
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DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s10746-019-09524-4 1 3
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Abstract

Where social occasions, in the context of nightclubs and music venues, are bounded, the space of the entrance is accomplished via regulation of attendees by workers. This regulation ensures: the venue stays within capacity; people have been invited or (if required) pay the fee; entry to ‘undesirables,’ such as drunks, is prohibited. This paper draws from experience of attending social occasions and being a door- person to categorise and examine methods of entering where access is restricted. Often methods require attendees to engage in visible dialogue with the doorperson; where methods are invisible, attendees can circumvent access restrictions whilst a semblance of order is maintained.

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