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Antaki, C. (2004). Reading minds or dealing with interactional implications. Theory & Psychology, 14, 667–683. Retrieved from

Burns, A., & Radford, J. (2008). Parent–child interaction in Nigerian families: Conversation analysis, context and culture. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 24(2), 193–209. Retrieved from

Edwards, D. (2006). Discourse, cognition and social practices: The rich surface of language and social interaction. Discourse Studies, 8(1), 41–49. Retrieved from

Hindmarsh, J., & Pilnick, A. (2007). Knowing bodies at work: Embodiment and ephemeral teamwork in anaesthesia. Organization Studies, 28(9), 1395–1416. Retrieved from

Kitzinger, C. (2000). Doing feminist conversation analysis. Feminism & Psychology, 10(2), 163–193. Retrieved from

Speer, S. A., & Hutchby, I. (2003). From ethics to analytics: Aspects of participants’ orientations to the presence and relevance of recording devices. Sociology, 37(2), 315–337. Retrieved from

Stokoe, E. (2010). ‘I’m not gonna hit a lady’: Conversation analysis, membership categorisation and men’s denials of violence towards women. Discourse & Society, 21(1), 59–82. Retrieved from

Stokoe, E. H., & Weatherall, A. (eds). (2002). Gender, language, conversation analysis and feminism. Special issue of Discourse & Society, 13(6), 707–713. Retrieved from