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Ripples of mediatization: Social media and the exposure of the pool interview

Rintel, S., Angus, D., & Fitzgerald, R. (2015). Ripples of mediatization: Social media and the exposure of the pool interview. Discourse, Context & Media. DOI: 10/1016/j.dcm.2015.10.003 During the 2011 UK public sector protests, controversy ignited over the “Miliband Loop”, an unedited video from a pool interview showing Labour leader Ed Miliband to have provided largely[…]

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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[…]

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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[…]