Advances in membership categorisation analysis / edited by Richard Fitzgerald and William Housley.

Contributor(s): Fitzgerald, Richard, 1965- [editor,, author.] | Housley, William, 1970- [editor,, author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: SAGE Research MethodsPublisher: London [England] ; Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE, [2015]Copyright date: ??2015Description: 1 online resource (194 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text | still image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781473917873 (ebook) :Other title: Advances in membership categorization analysisSubject(s): Conversation analysis | Oral communication | Communication -- Social aspects | Communication -- Social aspects | Conversation analysis | Oral communication | SamtalsanalysAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No title; Print version:: No title; Print version:: No title; Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 302.3/46 LOC classification: P95.45 | .A377 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction to membership categorisation analysis / William Housley and Richard Fitzgerald -- De-reifying categories / Rod Watson -- Prospective and retrospective categorisation : category proffers and inferences in social interaction and rolling news media / Elizabeth Stokoe and Frederick Attenborough -- Categorisation work in the courtroom : the 'foundational' character of membership categorisation analysis / Christian Licoppe -- Challenging normativity : re-appraising category bound, tied and predicated features / Edward Reynolds and Richard Fitzgerald -- Omnirelevance in technologised interaction : couples coping with video calling distortions / Sean Rintel -- Membership categorisation and methodological reasoning in research team interaction / William Housley and Robin James Smith --
Summary: "This is an exciting addition to the dynamic, multidisciplinary field of membership categorization analysis. Bringing together the biggest names in MCA this landmark publication provides a contemporary analysis of the field and a platform for emerging researchers and students to build upon. The book sets out the current methodological developments of MCA highlighting its analytic strength -- particularly when examining social identity and social knowledge. It provides a sophisticated tool of qualitative analysis and draws from a wide range of empirical studies provided by global scholars. The culmination of years of international research this agenda-setting text will be essential reading for academics and advanced students using membership categorization across the social sciences; particularly in media and communication studies, sociology, psychology, education, political science and linguistics."--Back cover.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-192) and index.

Introduction to membership categorisation analysis / William Housley and Richard Fitzgerald -- De-reifying categories / Rod Watson -- Prospective and retrospective categorisation : category proffers and inferences in social interaction and rolling news media / Elizabeth Stokoe and Frederick Attenborough -- Categorisation work in the courtroom : the 'foundational' character of membership categorisation analysis / Christian Licoppe -- Challenging normativity : re-appraising category bound, tied and predicated features / Edward Reynolds and Richard Fitzgerald -- Omnirelevance in technologised interaction : couples coping with video calling distortions / Sean Rintel -- Membership categorisation and methodological reasoning in research team interaction / William Housley and Robin James Smith -- Transcription key.

"This is an exciting addition to the dynamic, multidisciplinary field of membership categorization analysis. Bringing together the biggest names in MCA this landmark publication provides a contemporary analysis of the field and a platform for emerging researchers and students to build upon. The book sets out the current methodological developments of MCA highlighting its analytic strength -- particularly when examining social identity and social knowledge. It provides a sophisticated tool of qualitative analysis and draws from a wide range of empirical studies provided by global scholars. The culmination of years of international research this agenda-setting text will be essential reading for academics and advanced students using membership categorization across the social sciences; particularly in media and communication studies, sociology, psychology, education, political science and linguistics."--Back cover.

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