ETNOMETODOLOGÍA Y ANÁLISIS CONVERSACIONAL
CIENCIAS SOCIALES: BIBLIOGRAFÍA TEMÁTICA
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ENLACES
Etnometodología Redes, Grupos Interacción Social)

Bibliography on ethnomethodology (-1989) - Compilado por B.J. Fehr (Thomas Jefferson University), Jeff Stetson (Hosei University), con Yoshifumi Mizukawa (the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science).
Bibliography on ethnomethodology and conversation analysis in the 1990's por: Paul ten Have (Univ. of Amsterdam), de donde hemos obtenido la bibliografía.
Le Champ d'Etude de Ethnomethodologie - por: Yves Lecerf. Define la etnometodología como una disciplina que estudia la lógica local de los grupos sociales.
Ethno/CA News - Información sobre Etnometodología y Análisis conversacional. Contiene novedades, recursos básicos, conferencias, publicaciones recientes y más. Editor: Paul ten Have (Univ. of Amsterdam).
Methodological Issues in Conversation Analysis - por Paul ten Have (University of Amsterdam). El análisis conversacional, una técnica de investigación que aparece a partir de la etnometodología, posee algunas características metodologícas únicas. Estudia la organización social de la "conversación", o "talk-in-interaction", a través de un minucioso análisis de las cintas grabadas y sus correspondientes transcripciones.
La Phenomenologie Sociale et l'Ethnomethodologie - por: Georges Lapassade. Muy interesante.
Some essential features of common understanding por Harold Garfinkel [1967] Studies in Ethnomethodology. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice- Hall, pp. 38-44, 75.
Studies of the Routine Grounds of Everyday Activities - del libro de Harold Garfinkel [1967] Studies in Ethnomethodology. Polity Press, ch. 2.
Éthnométhologie - Collección de artículos sobre etnometodología (en francés). BabelWeb (Paris).
Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction (SSSI) - Una organización científica profesional interesada en la investigación cualitativa, especialmente interaccionista.
Structuring writing for reading: HTML as an explicating device por Paul ten Have (Univ. of Amsterdam). Paper para la Conferencia Internacional de Etnometodología Este y Oeste. Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, August 21-23, 1997

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