Ethnomethodology at play / edited by Peter Tolmie and Mark Rouncefield.
- Farnham, Surrey ; Burlington : Ashgate Publishing, 
- Directions in ethnomethodology and conversation analysis.
Directions in ethnomethodology and conversation analysis
xvi, 334 pages ; 25 cm.
- Notes on contributors
Introduction and overview: garfinkel's bastards at play / by Mark Rouncefield and Peter Tolmie
Cooking for pleasure / by Andy Crabtree / Mark Rouncefield, and Peter Tolmie
Reading for pleasure : bedtime stories / by Mark Rouncefield and Peter Tolmie
"Having a hobby"
Identifying birds / by their Song by Paul ten Have
Seeing fish / by Michael Lynch
All at sea : the use of practical formalisms in yachting / by Graham Button and Wes Sharrock
Remixing music together : the use and abuse of virtual studio software as a hobby / by Philip Brooker and Wes Sharrock
"Getting out of the house"
A day out in the country / by Peter Tolmie and Andy Crabtree
Playing dangerously : an ethnomethodological view upon rock-climbing / by K. Neil Jenkings
Distance running as play/work : training-together as a joint accomplishment / by John Hockey and Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson
"Doing stuff together"
Playing in Irish music sessions / by Peter Tolmie, Steve Benford and Mark Rouncefield
Vine right, shimmy, shimmy! : accomplishing order* in a line dancing class / by Russell Kelly
Encounters at the counter : the relationship between regulars and staff / by Eric Laurier
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Tolmie, Peter.
- 9781409437550 (hbk. : alk. paper)
1409437558 (hbk. : alk. paper)
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