Local Educational Order

Ethnomethodological studies of knowledge in action

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| University of Wales
| Manchester Metr. University
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The studies in this book take an ethnomethodological approach to educational phenomena. Ethnomethodology’s concern is with the locally accomplished and situated character of social order. With reference to
educational phenomena, this means that ethnomethodology investigates how the ‘natural facts’ of educational life, such as daily activities in school classrooms, are produced as such in the first place, rather than taking for
granted the recognisability of these facts and then theorising their explanation. In this sense, ethnomethodological studies contrast markedly with other approaches to the study of education. Each of the chapters in the book consists of a new and original study. Collectively, they exhibit the continuing vitality of this tradition and demonstrate ethnomethodology’s special commitment to the analysis of educational
phenomena as locally ordered and accomplished.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 73]  2000.  viii, 326 pp.
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Table of Contents
Contributors
vii
1. Ethnomethodology and Local Educational Order
Stephen K. Hester and David Francis
1
2. Classrooms as Installations: Direct Instruction in the Early Grades
Douglas Macbeth
21
3. The Boundaries of Writing: Paying Attention to the Local Educational Order
James L. Heap
73
4. Unravelling the Fabric of Social Order in Block Area
Susan Danby and Carolyn Baker
91
5. Public and Pedagogic Morality: The Local Orders of Instructional and Regulatory Talk in Classrooms
Peter Freebody and Jill Freiberg
141
6. Socio-Logic and the ‘Use of Colour’
Lou Armour
163
7. The Local Order of Deviance in School: Membership Categorisation, Motives and Morality in Referral Talk
Stephen K. Hester
197
8. Task, Talk and Closure: Situated Learning and the Use of an ‘Interactive’ Museum Artefact
Terry Hemmings, David Randall, Liz Marr and David Francis
223
9. The Availability of Mathematics as an Inspectable Domain of Practice through the Use of Origami
Eric Livingston
245
10. Instructional Matter: Readable Properties of an Introductory Text in Matrix Algebra
Wes Sharrock and Nozomi Ikeya
271
Appendix
289
Bibliography
291
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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