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The reconsidered model of membership categorization analysis
Housley,William1; Fitzgerald,Richard2
Source PublicationQualitative Research

This article briefly investigates the role that ethno-methodology has played in sociological analyses of language and interaction. The work of Harvey Sacks is investigated in relation to membership categorization and the analysis of talk-in-interaction. More specifically, the authors focus on how this strand of work has been developed in recent years and now represents a powerful apparatus for conducting sociological analyses of interaction in a diverse range of settings in a way that is sensitive to issues related to social organization, normativity, identity, macro-micro synthesis, knowledge and developments in social theory. © 2002, Sage Publications. All rights reserved.

KeywordCategory Context Conversation Analysis Device Ethnomethodology Knowledge Membership Categorization Analysis Normativity Predicate Social Structure Talk-in-interaction
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Corresponding AuthorHousley,William; Fitzgerald,Richard
Affiliation1.SOCSICardiff University,United Kingdom
2.Centre for Language and Communication ResearchUniversity of Cardiff,United Kingdom
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Housley,William,Fitzgerald,Richard. The reconsidered model of membership categorization analysis[J]. Qualitative Research,2017,2(1):59-83.
APA Housley,William,&Fitzgerald,Richard.(2017).The reconsidered model of membership categorization analysis.Qualitative Research,2(1),59-83.
MLA Housley,William,et al."The reconsidered model of membership categorization analysis".Qualitative Research 2.1(2017):59-83.
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