Law in Action: Ethnomethodological and Conversation Analytic Approaches to Law
Max Travers, John F. Manzo
Ashgate/Dartmouth, 1997 - Law - 296 pages
This collection provides an accessible introduction to a range of studies by ethnomethodologists and conversation analysts about law and legal institutions.
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Ethnomethodology Conversation Analysis
Introduction to Part I
The Lawyers Work
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