Conversation Analysis of Video-Mediated Communication

Rintel, S. (2015).  Conversation Analysis of Video-Mediated Communication: Interactional Repair of Distortion in Long-Distance Couples’ Video Calls. Sage Research Methods. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473947481. Ethnomethodology and the related fields of Conversation Analysis and Membership Categorisation Analysis investigate how the local production of practical, social understandings is a situated achievement. This is typically undertaken through a close analysis Read more about Conversation Analysis of Video-Mediated Communication[…]

Reorienting Categories as a Members’ Phenomena

Fitzgerald, R., & Rintel, S. (2016). Reorienting categories as a members’ phenomena. Pp. 181-193. In C. Tileagă & E. Stokoe (Eds.). Discursive psychology: Classic and contemporary studies. London: Routledge. Abstract Edwards’ paper, ‘Categories are for talking’ (1991), is a critical dissection of the static role of categories as conceived in traditional Cognitive Psychology and the then-recent Read more about Reorienting Categories as a Members’ Phenomena[…]

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Omnirelevance in technologized interaction: Couples coping with video calling distortions

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. | Format: Draft PDF Abstract The concept of omnirelevance in Membership Categorisation Analysis refers to participants invoking categories that reflexively treat the understanding of particular interactional moments Read more about Omnirelevance in technologized interaction: Couples coping with video calling distortions[…]

Video Calling in Long-Distance Relationships: The Opportunistic use of Audio/Video Distortions as a Relational Resource

Update: Now free and open access! The online version is the definitive version as it has embedded video examples. Rintel, S. (2013). Video Calling in Long-Distance Relationships: The Opportunistic use of Audio/Video Distortions as a Relational Resource. The Electronic Journal of Communication / La Revue Electronic de Communication (EJC/REC) Special issue on Videoconferencing in Practice: Read more about Video Calling in Long-Distance Relationships: The Opportunistic use of Audio/Video Distortions as a Relational Resource[…]

Special Issue: Videoconferencing in Practice: 21st Century Challenges and Opportunities

My Special Issue on Videoconferencing in Practice: 21st Century Challenges was published today in The Electronic Journal of Communication / La Revue Electronic de Communication (EJC/REC) 23 (1&2). If your university does not subscribe to EJC/REC please email myself or article authors for article copies (and ask your library to subscribe!). The issue features a keynote article by veteran media Read more about Special Issue: Videoconferencing in Practice: 21st Century Challenges and Opportunities[…]

Tech-tied or tongue-tied? Technological versus social trouble in relational video calling

Tech-tied or tongue-tied? Technological versus social trouble in relational video calling: Thursday 3pm, Pikake 3, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) 46.  The title in the HICSS program is the original draft title: Techs, ties, and video chat: Technological trouble as a conversational resource in online relationships. Abstract: Maintaining a relationship via video calling requires intertwining Read more about Tech-tied or tongue-tied? Technological versus social trouble in relational video calling[…]

What’s going on here? The pedagogy of a data analysis session

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] Abstract: Data analysis sessions are a common feature of discourse analytic communities, often involving participants Read more about What’s going on here? The pedagogy of a data analysis session[…]