Latest & Forthcoming

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Peer-Reviewed Published Conference Papers and Extended Abstracts

Book Chapters

  • Rintel, S. (2015). Omnirelevance in technologized interaction: Couples coping with video calling distortions. Pp. 123-150 in R. Fitzgerald & W. Housley (Eds.). Membership categorization analysis: Studies of social knowledge in action. London: Sage.
  • Fitzgerald, R., & Rintel, S. (forthcoming – 2015). Reorienting categories as a members’ phenomena. In C. Tileagă & E. Stokoe (Eds.). Discursive psychology: Revisiting classic studies. London: Routledge.
  • Harrison, J., Rintel, S., & Mitchell, E.K. (2014). Social Media in Australia. Pp. 589-627 in C. Litang  & M.H. Prosser (Eds.). Social Media in Asia. Doerzbach, Germany: Dignity Press.
  • Harris, J., Theobald, M., Danby, S., Reynolds, E., Rintel, S. (2012). What’s going on here? The pedagogy of a data analysis session. Pp. 83-95 in Lee & Danby (Eds.) Reshaping doctoral education: International Approaches and Pedagogies. London: Routledge. [Format: Local PDF of first proof]

Review articles

Edited Works

Edited Special Issues of Journals

  • 2013: Rintel, S., Fitzgerald, R., and Reynolds, E. (Eds). Knowledge and Asymmetries in Action. Australian Journal of Communication, 39, (2).
  • 2012: Rintel, S. (Ed). Videoconferencing in Practice: 21st Century ChallengesThe Electronic Journal of Communication / La Revue Electronic de Communication (EJC/REC), 23, (1-2).
  • 2003: Denvir, P., & Rintel, E. S. 2003. Joke. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 6, (5).
  • 2002: Mitchell, P., & Rintel, E. S. 2002. Loop. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 5 (4).
  • 2000: Meakins, F., & Rintel, E. S. 2000. Chat. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 3 (4).

Professional Writing (Non-Peer Reviewed)

Conference Presentations (not published)

  • Rintel, S. (2014). Video-mediated communication and interrogative gazes: Thoughts after releasing Skype Qik into the wild. News Discourse in the Digital Age: Dominant, Residual and Emerging Norms of Discourse Practice. University of Macau, Hengqin Campus, 27-29 November 2014, Macao, SAR.
  • Fitzgerald, F, & Rintel, S. (2012) From lifeguard to bitch: The problem of promiscuous categories in story telling. Australian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (AIEMCA) 2012. November 29-30, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
  • Fitzgerald, R. & Rintel, S. 2011. “Soundbite or Interview: The Anatomy of a Category Disjuncture.” 3rd New Zealand Discourse Conference (NZDC3). December 5 to 7, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Rintel, E.S. 2011. “Using Humour to Manage Technological Difficulties in First Uses of Personal Videoconferencing.” Laughter and Humor in Interaction Conference, June 23-24, Emerson College, Boston MA, USA.
  • Rintel, E.S. 2010. “Network trouble as an interactional resource in personal videoconferencing”. National Communication Association 96th Annual Convention, November 14-17, 2009, San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • Rintel, E.S. 2010. “Constituting long-distance intimacy through practices for coping with network trouble in personal videoconferencing.” The 12th International Conference on Language and Social Psychology (ICLASP) June 16-19th, 2010. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Rintel, E.S. 2009. “Coping with personal desktop videoconferencing bandwidth problems: Reactions, resolution outcome and continuity outcomes.” Top Student Paper in Human Communication and Technology, National Communication Association 95th Annual Convention, November 12-15, 2009, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Rintel, S. 2005. “Situated Exploratory Learning of Communication Technology: Questions Prompted by a Single Case Analysis of Personal IP Videoconferencing.” 55th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. New York, NY, May.
  • Pomerantz, A., & Rintel, E.S. 2002. Displaying deference while seeking information: Analysis of patients’ information seeking strategies. Top-Four paper in Language and Social Interaction Division. 88th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association, New Orleans, November.
  • Rintel, E.S., & McKay, S. 2002. “Doing Online Fandom: Engagement with and interaction within the Official Big Brother website.” Australian and New Zealand Communication Association National Conference, Gold Coast, July.
  • Rintel, E.S. 2001. “The user – researcher – designer menage a trois: Lessons from ten years of research on interpersonal relationships in Internet Relay Chat.” 51st Annual Conference of the International Communication Association panel on Mediated Communication in Relationships, jointly sponsored by the Interpersonal Communication and Communication and Technology divisions. Washington DC, May.
  • McKay, S., & Rintel, E.S. 2001. “‘Have a good time, make some friends, then go watch TV!’: Online television forums.” 51st Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Washington DC, May.
  • Rintel, E.S. 2000. “First things first: Internet Relay Chat openings.” 50th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Acapulco, June.
  • Rintel, E.S., & Pittam, J. 1998. “Beliefs about Anonymity and Identity in IRC Interactions.” 4th Meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. Canberra, April. Rintel, E.S., & Pittam, J. 1997. “Communicative and Non-Communicative Silence on Internet Relay Chat: Management and Function.” 47th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Montreal, May.
  • Rintel, E.S., & Pittam, J. 1996. “Strangers in a Strange Land: Managing Interaction on Internet Relay Chat.” Poster presentation. 46th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Chicago, May.
  • Rintel, E.S., & Pittam, J. 1996. “The Management of Silence on Internet Relay Chat.” Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference, Brisbane, July.