Table of contents for Text in context : contributions to ethnomethodology / Graham Watson, Robert M. Seiler, editors.


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Introduction
The Understanding of Language Use in Everyday Life - Rodney Watson
Is There a Common Ground?
Life After CA - Michael Moerman
An Ethnographer's Autobiography
Achieving Context - Don H Zimmerman
Openings in Emergency Calls
The Work of a (Scientific) Demonstration - Dusan Bjelic and Michael Lynch
Respecifying Newton's and Goethe's Theories of Prismatic Color
Mishearings - Jack Bilmes
The Study of Extended Sequences - George Psathas
The Case of the Garden Lesson
Normative Order in Collaborative Computer Editing - James L Heap
Psychiatric Records as Transformations of Other Texts - Tony Hak
Recognizing References to Deviance in Referral Talk - Stephen Hester
Two Incommensurable, Asymmetrically Alternate Technologies of Social Analysis - Harold Garfinkel and D Lawrence Wieder



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Ethnomethodology.
Discourse analysis.