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A training program for youths and community workers in the United Kingdom provides the setting for an analysis of two contrasting discourses. The account draws on the work of Bataille and Lyotard to explore the relationship between discourse and the multiple readings of an event that an...
This article presents explicit ethnomethodological positions on the acceptability and/or desirability of using ethnographic data, variously conceived, with conversation analytic discourse data to carry out conversation analytic studies. Besides aiming to prompt thought about the different types...
This article argues for the mutual relevance of ethnography and discourse analysis to field-based research. Although this is not a particularly new idea, ethnographic studies and studies of face-to-face interaction are still often conducted in ways that ignore or downplay their mutual relevance....
The article describes the ethnography of institutional discourse perspective. Institutional discourses are made up of the assumptions, concerns, and vocabularies of members of socially organized settings, and the ways in which they interact. The perspective is an analytic framework and research...
Cultural sociologists and those studying socialization share an interest in understanding the ways in which media are important within social life. Studies of mass media include those focusing on the production of culture, the content of cultural products, and individual interpretations of media...
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