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A Tutorial on Membership Categorization  abstract  sound clip2007
On_Possibles  abstract  sound clip2006
Interaction: The infrastructure for social institutions, the natural ecological niche for language, and the arena in which culture is enacted  abstract  sound clip2006
Whistling in the Dark: Notes from the Other Side of Liminality  sound clip2005
On Integrity in Inquiry. . . of the Investigated, not the Investigator  abstract  sound clip2005
On Complainability  abstract  sound clip2005
Experimentation or observation? Of the self alone or the natural world? (Comment on Roberts)  abstract2004
Answering the Phone2004
Putting the Interaction Back into Dialogue (Comment on Pickering/Garrod)  abstract2004
Conversation Analysis and 'Communication Disorders'  abstract2003
On Conversation Analysis: An interview with Emanuel A. Schegloff, 12003
On Conversation Analysis: An interview with Emanuel A. Schegloff, 22003
Beginnings in the Telephone  abstract  sound clip2002
Opening Sequencing  abstract2002
Reflections on Research on Telephone Conversation: Issues of Cross-Cultural Scope and Scholarly Exchange, Interactional Import, and Consequences  abstract  sound clip2002
Reflections on Conversation Analysis and Nonnative Speaker Talk: An Interview with Emanuel A. Schegloff  abstract2000
Billig 1: "Whose Terms Whose Ordinariness? Rhetoric and Ideology in Conversation Analysis" (re Whose Text)  abstract1999
Billig 2: "Conversation Analysis and Claims of Naivete" (re Whose Text)  abstract1999
Schegloff's Texts as Billig's Data: A Critical Reply (re Whose Text - to Billig 1)  abstract1999
Discourse, Pragmatics, Conversation, Analysis  abstract1999
On Sacks on Weber on Ancient Judaism: Introductory Notes and Interpretive Resources  abstract1999
Naivete vs. Sophistication or Discipline vs. Self-Indulgence: A Rejoinder to Billig 2 (re Whose Text)  abstract1999
What Next?: Language and Social Interaction Study at the Century's Turn  abstract1999
Reply to Wetherell (Re Whose Text)  abstract1998
Wetherell: Positioning and Interpretive Repertoires: Conversation Analysis and Post-structuralism in Dialogue (Re Whose Text)  abstract1998
'Narrative Analysis' 30 Years Later  abstract1997
Whose Text? Whose Context?  abstract  sound clip1997
Introduction to Interaction and Grammar  abstract1996
Telephone Conversation1993
In Another Context  abstract  sound clip1992
Introduction to Sacks "Lectures on Conversation" Volume 1  abstract1992
Introduction to Sacks "Lectures on Conversation" Volume 2  abstract1992
What Is Applied Linguistics? Who is an Applied Linguist?  abstract1990
Goffman and the Analysis of Conversation  abstract  sound clip1988
Between Micro and Macro: Contexts and Other Connections  abstract1987

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