ASA EMCA 2018 Schedule

Monday, August 13th


8:30am-10:10am
Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: Talk, Dance, Adjacency and Non-Adjacency
Philadelphia Marriott Level 4, 407

“Misaligned Adjacency Pairs: Failures by Interdisciplinary Scientific Teams to Achieve Mutually Intelligible Meanings”
-Donald Everhart, University of California, San Diego Anne Warfield Rawls, Bentley University

“Facing the reality of health management: Physician responses to patient disclosures of medical misdeeds.”
-Clara Ann Blomgren Bergen, University of California Los Angeles

“Interpreting patients’ behaviour in an intellectual disability care setting.”
-Joseph Webb, Bristol University; Alison Pilnick, University of Nottingham; Jennifer Clegg, Nottingham University

“Working with Objects in Dementia Care.”
-Daniela Boehringer, University of Osnabrueck; Lucia Wilma Artner, University of Hildesheim; Jasmin Pritha Richter, University of Hildesheim

8:30am-10:10am
Racial Degradation Ceremonies in Everyday Life
Philadelphia Marriott Level 100, 109AB
 
“Blue and White Supremacy: Situating the Symbolism of the Blue Lives Matter Movement”
-Jamie G. Longazel, City University of New York - John Jay College

"The Everyday Degradation of Black Mothers”
-Dorothy E. Roberts, University of Pennsylvania

“Racial Degradation under the Law: A Comparative Look at Police, Courts, and Jails"
-Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve University of Delaware

“Reenacting Historical Memory: The Historical Links to Modern Racial Degradation”
-Geoff Ward, University of California, Irvine

10:30am-12:10pm
Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: CA, Multimodality, and Lab Study
Philadelphia Marriott Level 4, 407

“Imitation in Children’s Locomotor Play”
-Elliott Hoey, University of Basel; David DeLiema, University of California, Berkeley; Rachel Chen, University of California, Berkeley and San Francisco State University; Virginia Flood, University of California, Berkeley

“Multimodal Activity Management in Institutional Talk”
-Joshua Raclaw, West Chester University; Rich A. Sandoval, Metropolitan State University of Denver

“Procedures and their Problems in Routine Laboratory Work”
-Donald Everhart, University of California, San Diego

2:30pm-4:10pm
Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: Studies in Medical Settings
Philadelphia Marriott Level 4, 407

“Multimodal and Multisensorial Identification of Human Anatomy: A Case of Medical Reasoning in Surgical Operations”
-Satomi Kuroshima, Tamagawa University

“Reports of ‘Noncompliance:’ Managing Issues of Accountability and Self-presentation in the Primary Care Consultation”
-Clara Ann Blomgren Bergen, University of California, Los Angeles

“Making Treatment Recommendations: Physicians’ Conversational Actions, Medical Authority, and Antibiotic Prescribing”
-Nan Wang, University of California, Los Angeles

“Mobilizing the Elasticity of Certainty for Treatment Acceptance”
-Alexandra Tate, University of California, Los Angeles

4:30pm-5:30pm
Cooley-Mead Award Ceremony and Address
Philadelphia Marriott Level 4, Franklin Hall 13

“Why Autism Needs Social Psychology, and Why Social Psychology Needs Autism”
-Douglas W. Maynard, University of Wisconsin

Monday, August 13th 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Reception

1150 Filbert Street at the Field House



Tuesday, August 14th

8:30am-9:30am
Current Trends in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis
Philadelphia Marriott Level 4, Franklin Hall 5

“Formalization and its Discontents”
-Michael Lynch, Cornell University

“On the Fraught Relations between Professional and Laic Analyses in Contemporary CA”
-Douglas Macbeth, Ohio State University

9:30am-10:10am
Section on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Business Meeting
Philadelphia Marriott Level 4, Franklin Hall 5

10:30am-12:10pm
Tacit Unconscious Racism in Everyday Life
Philadelphia Marriott Level 4, Franklin Hall 8

“The Hazards of Being Seen: Discomfort in Ordinary Racial Interaction”
-Kenneth Liberman, University of Oregon

“Enforcing the White Interaction Order in a White/Black Police/Citizen Encounter: Fractured Reflections of Identity and Legitimacy”
-Anne Warfield Rawls, Bentley University

“The Hazards of Not Being Seen: How Inequalities of Race and Disability that Render Students Invisible Make Communication Impossible”
-Derek C. Coates, University of California, Berkeley

“The Customer is Always Right Except When they are Black”
-Gary C. David, Bentley University

12:30am-2:10pm

Research in Ethnomethodology
Philadelphia Marriott Level 4, Franklin Hall 8

“The Beauty of EM Research: Towards Respecifying the Unique Adequacy Requirement of Methods”
-Lucia Ruggerone, Robert Gordon University; K. Neil Jenkings, Newcastle University

“Radical Video”
-Patrick Watson, Wilfrid Laurier University

“The Next 50 Years: Three Challenges for Ethnomethodology”

-Karin D. Knorr Cetina, University of Chicago; Niklas Woermann, University of Southern Denmark

“Deadly Police Shootings: An Ethnomethodological and Conversation Analytic Approach to the Killing of Samuel Dubose”
-Albert J. Meehan, Oakland University


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