Black Lives Matter: Ethnomethodological and Conversation Analytic Studies of Race and Systemic Racism in Everyday Interaction
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In response to the Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Section of the American Sociological Association’s call, led by Professor Anne Rawls, for support for the Black Lives Matter Movement in 2020, the editors of the Directions In Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis series (Andrew Carlin and K. Neil Jenkings) made the offer to Professor Rawls to republish online a free collection of relevant EMCA papers from throughout the Taylor & Francis publication list. The collection can be viewed here, together with an introductory essay by Anne Rawls, Kevin Whitehead and Waverley Duck, written especially for this unique compilation.
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