[Air-l] Re: Ethnomethodology and Internet Research
er8430 at albany.edu
Thu Mar 31 08:12:57 PST 2005
Steffen Bueffel asked:
> I'm a looking for key articles/ publications on ethnomethological approaches
> to Internet research. Are there any "classics" and/ or more recent
> publications you can recommend? Any help would be highly appreciated!
With a slightly broader brief than just "Internet" research, look up
Also, Denise N. Rall recently asked for "a body of analysis on chat
using CA techniques....", which is a similar question. I provided the
following list (and I have added a couple). As I said then, some are not
strictly CA, but are close qualitiative analysis. The ones that identify
themselves as using some version of CA I have marked with an asterisk:
Bechar-Israeli, H. (1995). From (Bonehead) to (cLoNehEAd): Nicknames,
play and identity on Internet relay chat. Journal of Computer-Mediated
Communication, 1(2). http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol1/issue2/bechar.html
Danet, B., Ruedenberg-Wright, L., & Rosenbaum-Tamari, Y. (1997).
"HMMM...WHERE'S THAT SMOKE COMING FROM?" Writing, play and performance
on Internet Relay Chat. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication,
Herring, S. C. (1999). Interactional coherence in CMC. Journal of
Computer-Mediated Communication, 4(4).
Marvin, L. E. (1995). Spoof, spam, lurk and lag: The aesthetics of
text-based virtual realities. Journal of Computer-Mediated
Communication, 1(2). http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol1/issue2/marvin.html
* Rintel, E.S., Pittam, J., & Mulholland, J. 2003. Time will tell:
Ambiguous non-responses on Internet Relay Chat. The Electronic Journal
of Communication / La Revue Electronique de Communication, 13, (1)
* Rintel, E.S., Mulholland, J., & Pittam, J. 2001. First things first:
Internet Relay Chat openings. Journal of Computer-Mediated
Communication, 6, (3). <http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol6/issue3/>
McKay, S., & Rintel, E.S. 2001. Online Television Forums: Interactivity,
Access, and Transactional Space. The Electronic Journal of Communication
/ La Revue Electronique de Communication,11, (2).
Rintel, E. S. & Pittam, J. 1997. Strangers in a strange land:
Interaction management on Internet Relay Chat. Human Communication
Research, 23, 507 - 534.
Rodino, M. (1997). Breaking out of binaries: Reconceptualizing gender
and its relationship to language in computer-mediated communication.
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 3(3).
* Vallis, Rhyll (1999) ‘Members' methods for entering and leaving
#IRCbar: a conversation analytic study of internet relay chat’. In: K.
Chalmers, S. Bogitini and P. Renshaw (eds), Educational Research in New
Times. Flaxton: PostPressed, 117-27
* Vallis, Rhyll (2001) ‘Applying membership categorization analysis to
chat-room talk’. In: A. McHoul and M. Rapley (eds), How to Analyse Talk
in Institutional Settings: A Casebook of Methods. London: Continuum, 86-99
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