ASA 2017

Sunday, August 13th

 

8:30am

§158. Regular Session Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: Achieving Recognizable Objects and Information - Medical Settings

Palais des congrès de Montréal, 512A
Session Organizer: Anne Warfield Rawls, Bentley University

“Explaining test results: Practices for demonstrating the
interpretation of measurement data.” Satomi Kuroshima, JSPS/Chiba University

“Facing the reality of health management: Physician responses to patient disclosures of medical misdeeds.” Clara Ann Blomgren Bergen, University of California Los Angeles

“Interpreting patients’ behaviour in an intellectual disability care setting.”
Joseph Webb, Bristol University; Alison Pilnick, University of Nottingham; Jennifer Clegg, Nottingham University

“Working with Objects in Dementia Care.” Daniela Boehringer, University of Osnabrueck; Lucia Wilma Artner, University of Hildesheim; Jasmin Pritha Richter, University of Hildesheim

 

6:30pm

Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Reception

- Offsite, Mechant Boeuf, 124 rue Saint-Paul Ouest

 

Monday, August 14th

 

8:30am

§323 Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversational Analysis. The Relevance of Garfinkel’s Studies for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Research Today

Palais des congrès de Montréal, 515C
Session Organizer: Kenneth B. Liberman, University of Oregon

“Revisiting the Analyzability of Action-in-context as a Practical Achievement.”  Geoffrey Raymond, University of Cal, Santa Barbara

“Emerging Order in the Forklift Warehouse.” Johannes Wagner, Southern Denmark University

“The Conversation Analytic Foundations of Ethnomethodology.” Eric Livingston, University of New England-Australia; Michael Lynch, Cornell University

 

10:30am

§354 Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversational Analysis. New Directions in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Research and Business Meeting

Palais des congrès de Montréal, 515C
Session Organizer: Aug Nishizaka, Chiba University

“Invoking Death: The Management of Patient Resistance in Cancer Treatment.”  Alexandra Tate, UCLA

“New Directions in EMCA: Approaching Autism Spectrum Disorder from the Standpoint of Commonsense Knowledge.” Douglas W. Maynard, University of Wisconsin; Jason Turowetz, University of Siegen

“Power in Go: Material Practice, a Perspicuous Setting, and Its Praxeological Implications.” Philippe Sormani, Instituto Svizzero di Roma

 

11:30am

Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversational Analysis Business Meeting

Palais des congrès de Montréal, 515C
Chairs: Kenneth B. Liberman, University of Oregon and Aug Nishizaka, Chiba University

Tuesday, August 15th

 

8:30am

§450 Regular Session. Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: Achieving Recognizable  Objects and Information - Technical Settings

Palais des congrès de Montréal, 512D
Session Organizer: Anne Warfield Rawls, Bentley University

“Supervising Autonomous Vehicles.” Erik Vinkhuyzen, Nissan Research Center - Silicon Valley

“Scientists Arguing: Emotion in Interdisciplinary Lab Conversation.” Donald A Everhart, UCSD

“‘Do you wanna see the baby?’: Referencing ultrasounds in prenatal care.” Lisa Kietzer, UCLA

“The Moment of Attack: Ethnomethodology, Airborne Military Operations and the Use of Force against Designated Targets.” Michael Mair, University of Liverpool ; Christopher Elsey; Martina Kolanoski, Goethe University Frankfurt

 

10:30am

§450 Regular Session. Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: Authority, Politics and Inclusion - Imperatives of Preference Orders

Palais des congrès de Montréal, 512C
Session Organizer: Anne Warfield Rawls, Bentley University

“A Scalar View of Progressivity in Interaction”  Chase Wesley Raymond, University of Colorado, Boulder

“Is Conversation Built for Two?”. Tanya Stivers, UCLA

“What is ‘chandelle’ in English? Word searches in the EFL classroom.” Julie Bouchard

 

12:30am

§517 Regular Session. Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: Authority, Politics and Inclusion - Social Structures of Conversation

Palais des congrès de Montréal, 512D
Session Organizer: Anne Warfield Rawls, Bentley University

“Interpreters’ Involvement in Dual Language Press Conferences: the Case of China”  Ruey-Ying Liu, UCLA

“May it Tease the Court: Humor in Supreme Court Oral Arguments”. David R. Gibson, University of Notre Dame; Robert William Mowry, University of Notre Dame

“Negotiating Repair: The Infrastructural Contexts of Practice and Power” Christopher R. Henke, Colgate University

“Practices of introspection. Doing spirituality in postural Yoga.” Clemens William Eisenmann, University of Konstanz & University of Siegen

 

2:30pm

§547 Regular Session. Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: Historical/Theoretical Readings of Ethnomethodology

Palais des congrès de Montréal, 512C
Session Organizer: Anne Warfield Rawls, Bentley University

“Garfinkel’s ‘Sources of Issues and Ways of Working’.”  Douglas W. Maynard, University of Wisconsin

“Restoring Egon Bittner’s Ethnomethodological Contributions to Police Studies in a Digital Age.” Albert J. Meehan, Oakland University

“Breaching and Gestalt-Switch: On the Significance of Trouble Making in the Work of Harold Garfinkel.” Andrea Ploder, Siegen University; Clemens Willi Eisenmann, University of Konstanz & University of Siegen; Christian Erbacher, University of Siegen

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