Friday, May 23, 2014

Change in Schedule & ASA elections

Dear EMCA-ers,

Another quick reminder that the elections are now entering their final week.  Please vote, this is not just for the ASA but also for our own section.  Our candidates are:

Co-chairs (vote for one pair):

Robert Dingwall (Dingwall Enterprises/Nottingham Trent University) and
Mardi Kidwell (University of New Hampshire) or

Ilkka Arminen (University of Helsinki) and
Morana Ala─Ź (University of California, San Diego)

Council (vote for two):

Bob Moore (IBM Research)
Aug Nishizaka (Meji Gakuin University)
Patrick Watson (University of Waterloo)
Merran Toerien (The University of York)


Also there has been a  change in the ASA schedule.  One of our sessions has been moved to later in the day:

The preliminary schedule for the ASA meeting is out.  All of our sessions are on Monday and Tuesday, August 18-19, 2014

Regular Session. The Management of Interactional Challenges in the Workplace
Mon, August 18, 8:30 to 10:10am,

Session Organizer
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Presider
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Individual Submissions
        Interactional Elements of False Confessions and Police Interrogations - Gary C. David, Bentley University

        Some Interactional Practices Related to Long Telephone Service Calls - Margaret Szymanski, Xerox Innovation Group; Michaele Smith, California State University-East Bay

        Dealing with In-betweeners: Managing the Status of Objects on Street-markets - Dirk vom Lehn, King's College London

        What Went Right: Interactional Strategies in a Successful 911 Emergency Call - Angela Cora Garcia, Bentley University

Regular Session. The Interactional Production of Identity and Authority
Mon, August 18, 10:30am to 12:10pm,

Session Organizer
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Presider
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Individual Submissions
        Children's Responses to Questions in Peer Interaction: Evidence for an Emerging Accountability - Tanya Stivers, University of California-Los Angeles; Jack Sidnell, University of Toronto; Clara Bergen, University of California-Los Angeles

        The Interactional Production of a Clinical Fact in a Case of Autism - Jason Turowetz, University of Wisconsin-Madison

        Directives and their Accounts: A Case Study of Institutional Talk in Guide/Client Interactions - Anne White, University of California-Los Angeles

        When We Eat We Sit Down: Caregivers Using of the First Person Plural Pronoun - Darcey Searles, State University of New Jersey-Rutgers



Regular Session. Social Action and Epistemics
Mon, August 18, 4:30 to 6:10pm,

Session Organizer
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Presider
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Individual Submissions
        Repetition in Action: Repair, Newsmarking, Registration, Extraction - John Heritage, University of California-Los Angeles

        Expanding and Challenging the Relevance of Experience: Epistemic and Deontic Incongruities in Radio Phone-Ins - Wytske Versteeg, University of Twente; Hedwig te Molder, Wageningen University

        Experiential Assessments and Attributive Assessments: Managing Territories of Experience in Conversation - Kaoru Hayano, Ochanomizu University

        Ignorance at Risk: Interaction at the Knowledge Boundary of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi Scheme - David R. Gibson, University of Notre Dame


Section Session. Studies of Healthcare Work
Tue, August 19, 12:30 to 2:10pm,

Session Organizer
        Gary C. David, Bentley University

Presider
        Gary C. David, Bentley University

Individual Submissions
        Closing the Deal: The Role of Symptomatic Relief in Primary Care Treatment Discussions - Clara Ann Blomgren Bergen, University of California-Los Angeles

        Information-sharing and Treatment Proposal in Breast Cancer Consultations - Francesca Alby, University of Rome; Mattia Baruzzo, Sapienza University of Rome; Marilena Fatigante, Sapienza University of Rome; Cristina Zucchermaglio, Sapienza University of Rome

        Tactility as a Resource for the Organization of Interaction - Aug Nishizaka, Meiji Gakuin University

     

Section Session. Current Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis
Tue, August 19, 10:30am to 12:10pm,

Session Organizer
        Douglas W. Maynard, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Presider
        Douglas W. Maynard, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Individual Submissions
        Reference to Recipients in the Negotiation of Identity and Action - Chase Wesley Raymond, University of California-Los Angeles

        Emotional Specialist or Emotional Wrecks? Emotional Labor in Police Civilian-interactions - Kenly E. Brown, University of California-Berkeley; Daisy Angelica Gonzales, University of California-Santa Barbara

        Interviewing Presidential Candidates on Celebrity Talk Shows - Laura Loeb, University of California-Los Angeles

        Closing Matters II: Project Completion and Call Closings in Mundane Telephone Calls - Geoffrey Raymond, University of California-Santa Barbara; Don Howard Zimmerman, University of California-Santa Barbara


Section Session. Topics and Methods in EMCA Studies of Work (one-hour)
Tue, August 19, 8:30 to 9:30am,

Session Organizer
        Robert J. Moore, IBM Research - Almaden

Presider
        Jack Whalen, Aalto University

Individual Submissions
        Garfinkel’s Studies of Work: Revisiting a Proposal for an “Improbable Sociology” - Michael Lynch, Cornell University

        Practice-based Video Analysis: A DIY Tutorial in EM 3.0* - Philippe Sormani, University of Vienna

        What can Automated Transcription Offer Conversation Analysts Today? - Robert J. Moore, IBM Research - Almaden




Erik & Dirk


Friday, May 9, 2014

ASA Election open until June 1st. PLEASE VOTE

Dear EMCA-ers,

ASA Voting is still open until June 1st.
Go to the ASA web-site and vote for new chairs and new council members!



Erik & Dirk

Monday, May 5, 2014

ASA preliminary schedule is out

The preliminary schedule for the ASA meeting is out.  All of our sessions are on Monday and Tuesday, August 18-19, 2014

Regular Session. The Management of Interactional Challenges in the Workplace
Mon, August 18, 8:30 to 10:10am,

Session Organizer
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Presider
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Individual Submissions
        Interactional Elements of False Confessions and Police Interrogations - Gary C. David, Bentley University

        Some Interactional Practices Related to Long Telephone Service Calls - Margaret Szymanski, Xerox Innovation Group; Michaele Smith, California State University-East Bay

        Dealing with In-betweeners: Managing the Status of Objects on Street-markets - Dirk vom Lehn, King's College London

        What Went Right: Interactional Strategies in a Successful 911 Emergency Call - Angela Cora Garcia, Bentley University

Regular Session. The Interactional Production of Identity and Authority
Mon, August 18, 10:30am to 12:10pm,

Session Organizer
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Presider
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Individual Submissions
        Children's Responses to Questions in Peer Interaction: Evidence for an Emerging Accountability - Tanya Stivers, University of California-Los Angeles; Jack Sidnell, University of Toronto; Clara Bergen, University of California-Los Angeles

        The Interactional Production of a Clinical Fact in a Case of Autism - Jason Turowetz, University of Wisconsin-Madison

        Directives and their Accounts: A Case Study of Institutional Talk in Guide/Client Interactions - Anne White, University of California-Los Angeles

        When We Eat We Sit Down: Caregivers Using of the First Person Plural Pronoun - Darcey Searles, State University of New Jersey-Rutgers


Regular Session. Social Action and Epistemics
Mon, August 18, 2:30 to 4:10pm,

Session Organizer
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Presider
        Virginia Teas Gill, Illinois State University

Individual Submissions
        Repetition in Action: Repair, Newsmarking, Registration, Extraction - John Heritage, University of California-Los Angeles

        Expanding and Challenging the Relevance of Experience: Epistemic and Deontic Incongruities in Radio Phone-Ins - Wytske Versteeg, University of Twente; Hedwig te Molder, Wageningen University

        Experiential Assessments and Attributive Assessments: Managing Territories of Experience in Conversation - Kaoru Hayano, Ochanomizu University

        Ignorance at Risk: Interaction at the Knowledge Boundary of Bernard Madoff's Ponzi Scheme - David R. Gibson, University of Notre Dame


Section Session. Studies of Healthcare Work
Tue, August 19, 12:30 to 2:10pm,

Session Organizer
        Gary C. David, Bentley University

Presider
        Gary C. David, Bentley University

Individual Submissions
        Closing the Deal: The Role of Symptomatic Relief in Primary Care Treatment Discussions - Clara Ann Blomgren Bergen, University of California-Los Angeles

        Information-sharing and Treatment Proposal in Breast Cancer Consultations - Francesca Alby, University of Rome; Mattia Baruzzo, Sapienza University of Rome; Marilena Fatigante, Sapienza University of Rome; Cristina Zucchermaglio, Sapienza University of Rome

        Tactility as a Resource for the Organization of Interaction - Aug Nishizaka, Meiji Gakuin University

        The Common-senses of Homeopathy: A Study of Meaning Making in Homeopathic Consultations - Will Gibson, University of London


Section Session. Current Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis
Tue, August 19, 10:30am to 12:10pm,

Session Organizer
        Douglas W. Maynard, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Presider
        Douglas W. Maynard, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Individual Submissions
        Reference to Recipients in the Negotiation of Identity and Action - Chase Wesley Raymond, University of California-Los Angeles

        Emotional Specialist or Emotional Wrecks? Emotional Labor in Police Civilian-interactions - Kenly E. Brown, University of California-Berkeley; Daisy Angelica Gonzales, University of California-Santa Barbara

        Interviewing Presidential Candidates on Celebrity Talk Shows - Laura Loeb, University of California-Los Angeles

        Closing Matters II: Project Completion and Call Closings in Mundane Telephone Calls - Geoffrey Raymond, University of California-Santa Barbara; Don Howard Zimmerman, University of California-Santa Barbara


Section Session. Topics and Methods in EMCA Studies of Work (one-hour)
Tue, August 19, 8:30 to 9:30am,

Session Organizer
        Robert J. Moore, IBM Research - Almaden

Presider
        Jack Whalen, Aalto University

Individual Submissions
        Garfinkel’s Studies of Work: Revisiting a Proposal for an “Improbable Sociology” - Michael Lynch, Cornell University

        Practice-based Video Analysis: A DIY Tutorial in EM 3.0* - Philippe Sormani, University of Vienna

        What can Automated Transcription Offer Conversation Analysts Today? - Robert J. Moore, IBM Research - Almaden