All Stories

  1. Kids, counsellors and troubles-telling: Morality-in-action in talk on an Australian children’s helpline
  2. Avoiding giving advice in telephone counselling for children and young people
  3. Researching the Visual
  4. Extending client-centered support: counselors' proposals to shift from e-mail to telephone counseling
  5. Chapter 10. Requesting and receiving advice on the telephone: An analysis of telephone helplines in Australia
  6. Address Terms in Turn Beginnings: Managing Disalignment and Disaffiliation in Telephone Counseling
  7. Managing Medical Advice Seeking in Calls to Child Health Line
  8. Managing medical advice seeking in calls to Child Health Line
  9. Using visual representation of concepts to explore users and designers' concepts of everyday products
  11. They Are All ‘Doing Gender’ but are They are All Passing? a Case Study of the Appropriation of a Sociological Concept
  12. Troubles Announcements and Reasons for Calling: Initial Actions in Opening Sequences in Calls to a National Children's Helpline
  13. Who’s the friend in the background?
  14. "Moral versions" of motherhood and daughterhood in Greek-Australian family narratives
  15. Who’s the friend in the background?
  16. Calling for Help
  17. Calibrating for competence in calls to technical support
  18. Four observations on openings in calls to Kids Help Line
  19. Confronting the Millennium: Beck, Risk and Y2K
  20. From aesthetic principles to collective sentiments: The logics of everyday judgements of taste
  21. Consumerism, disorientation and postmodern space: a modest test of an immodest theory
  22. Fantasy and double-play among Huli children of Papua New Guinea
  23. What's that you said Sooty? Puppets, parlance and pretence
  24. Make-Believe Play among Huli Children: Performance, Myth, and Imagination
  25. On the analyzability of conversational fabrication
  26. Social Class and Social Identity: A Comment on Marshall et al.
  27. Victors and vanquished: The social organization of ceremonial congratulations and commiserations
  28. Class Images of `the Economy': Opposition and Ideological Incorporation within Working Class Consciousness
  29. Conversation Analysis