Inspection sequences - multisensorial inspections of unfamiliar objects

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    Abstract

    The social world is inextricably linked to its physical environment. The way in
    which social interaction makes material objects relevant to meaningful practices
    has consequences for the flow of interactions.
    In this article we examine how participants inspect unknown objects and how
    their different materiality determines the course of such inspections. We are interested in the resources that are mobilized in the inspection, how participants initiate, organize and complete these inspections; how they use different senses, depending on the materiality of the objects they are inspecting, and how they become momentarily unavailable for the surrounding interaction, while performing recognizably "private" activities.
    Our data come from design workshops, tastings, grocery shopping and teaching
    with different participation frameworks (single action, two- and multi-party interaction).
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TidsskriftGesprächsforschung
    Udgave nummer20
    Sider (fra-til)399-343
    ISSN1617-1837
    StatusUdgivet - 2019
    BegivenhedIPrA Conference 2017 - Belfast, Storbritannien
    Varighed: 17. jul. 201721. jul. 2017

    Konference

    KonferenceIPrA Conference 2017
    Land/OmrådeStorbritannien
    ByBelfast
    Periode17/07/201721/07/2017

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