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Response to Whitaker and Atkinson

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posted on 02.10.2020, 13:40 by Jason Hughes, Kahryn Hughes, Grace Sykes, Katy Wright
We thank Whitaker and Atkinson for their highly constructive and generous response to our discussion of their work in our ‘Beyond Performative Talk’ paper (Hughes et al., 2020). We fully accept that the chief danger of presenting the ‘Radical Critique’ as a singular position is that this has the effect of diminishing significant differences between those variously associated with that position. Central here is the degree to which advocates of the Radical Critique share a commitment to an ethnomethodological stance, or at least, a stance that has its origins in ethnomethodology. We acknowledge important differences between the work of Whitaker and Atkinson and others associated with the position, Silverman included, in this and other respects. We also fully accept that it would be false dichotomy indeed to impel an iron-clad distinction between questions of form and content in the analysis of interview data; considerations of the ‘how’ and the ‘what’.

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Citation

Response to Whitaker and Atkinson, 23 (6), 2020, pp. 759 - 761, https://doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2020.1806590

Author affiliation

School of Media, Communication and Sociology.

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Published in

International Journal of Social Research Methodology

Volume

23

Issue

6

Pagination

759 - 761

Publisher

Informa UK Limited

issn

1364-5579

eissn

1464-5300

Copyright date

2020

Available date

02/03/2022

Language

en

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