Practices used in specified contexts

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Health and Medical Contexts

Books about interacting in health-related contexts

Books about interacting in health-related contexts

Golden, A.G. & Pomerantz, A., (2014). Interpretative Repertoires that Shape Low-Income African American Women’s Reproductive Health Care Seeking: “Don’t Want to Know” and “Taking Charge of your Health”. Health Communication, Published online 21 August 2014.

Pomerantz, A. & Sanders, R.E. (2014). The use of categories and their vulnerability in jurors’ claims about the defendant’s blameworthiness. In Jacknick, C.M., Box, C., and Waring, H. (eds) Talk in Institutions: A LANSI volume. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 8-28.

Pomerantz, A. & Sanders, R.E. (2013). Conflict in the jury room: Averting acrimony and engendering it. Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict, 1:2, 141-164.

Gill, V.T., Pomerantz, A, & Denvir, P. (2010). Preemptive resistance: Patients’ participation in diagnostic sense-making activities. Sociology of Health and Illness, 32(1), 1-20.

Pomerantz, A. (2010). The value of qualitative studies of interpersonal conversations about health topics: A study of family discussions of organ donation as illustration. In E. M. Alvaro and J. T. Siegel (Eds.) Understanding Organ Donation: Applied Behavioral Science Perspectives. (pp. 272-291). Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell Press.

Denvir, P. & Pomerantz, A. (2009). A Qualitative Analysis of a Significant Barrier to Organ and Tissue Donation: Receiving Less-Than-Optimal Medical Care. Health Communication, 24, 597-607.

Pomerantz, A., Gill, V. T., & Denvir, P. (2007). When patients present serious health conditions as unlikely: Managing potentially conflicting issues and constraints. In A. Hepburn and S. Wiggins (Eds.) Discursive Research in Practice: New approaches to psychology and interaction. Cambridge University Press, 127-146.

Pomerantz, A. & Rintel, E.S. (2004). Practices for Reporting and Responding to Test Results during Medical Consultations: Enacting the Roles of ‘Paternalism’ and ‘Independent Expertise’. Discourse Studies, 6(1), 9-26.

Pomerantz, A. (2003). Modeling as a Teaching Strategy in Clinical Training: When Does It Work?” In P. Glenn, LeBaron, C, & Mandelbaum, J. (Ed.), Studies in Language and Social Interaction: In honor of Robert Hopper (pp. 381-391). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Pomerantz, A. (2003). How patients handle their lay diagnoses during medical consultations. In Mey, I., Pizer, G., Su, H., & Szmania (Eds) Proceedings of the Symposium about Language and Society – Austin (SALSA X), (127-138). Texas Linguistic Forum, vol. 45.

Pomerantz, A., Fehr, B.J., & Ende, J. (1997) When Supervising Physicians See Patients: Strategies Used in Difficult Situations. Human Communication Research, 23:4, 589-615.

Pomerantz, A., Ende, J., & Erickson, F. (1995) Precepting in a General Medicine Clinic: How Preceptors Correct. In Morris, G.H. and Chenail, R.J. (Eds) The Talk of the Clinic. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 151-169.

Ende, J., Pomerantz, A., & Erickson, F. (1995) Preceptors’ Strategies for Correcting Residents in an Ambulatory Care Medicine Setting: A Qualitative Analysis. Academic Medicine, 70:3, 224-229.

Pomerantz, A. (1995) How Important is Context in Teaching Interviewing. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 10:7, 411.

Pomerantz, A., Mastriano, B., & Halfond, M. M. (1987). Student clinicians’ difficulties while conducting the summary diagnostic interview. Text,7-1, 19-36.

Legal Contexts

Books about interaction in legal and organizational contexts

Books about interaction in legal and organizational contexts

Pomerantz, A. & Sanders, R.E. (2014). The use of categories and their vulnerability in jurors’ claims about the defendant’s blameworthiness. In Jacknick, C.M., Box, C., and Waring, H. (eds) Talk in Institutions: A LANSI volume. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 8-28.

 Pomerantz, A. & Sanders, R.E. (2013). Conflict in the jury room: Averting acrimony and engendering it. Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict, 1:2, 141-164.

Pomerantz, A. (1987). Descriptions in legal settings. In G. Button & J. R. E. Lee (Eds.), Talk and Social Organization. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters Ltd, 226-243.

Pomerantz, A. & Atkinson, J. M. (1984). Ethnomethodology, conversation analysis and the study of courtroom interaction. In D. J. Muller, D. E. Blackman & A. J. Chapman (Eds.), Topics in Psychology and Law. Chichester: Wiley, 283-297.

Pomerantz, A. (1984). Evidence in court. In Proceedings of Analisi del Discorse e Retorica Naturale. Padua, Italy: CLEUP University of Padua Press.

Pomerantz, A. (1983). Speakers’ claims as a feature of describing: A study of presenting evidence. In Journal of the Scuola Superiore di Lingue Moderne di Trieste, Trieste, Italy.

Organizational Contexts

Pomerantz, A. & Denvir, P., (2007). Enacting the Institutional Role of Chairperson in Upper Management Meetings: The Interactional Realization of Provisional Authority. In F. Cooren (Ed.) Interacting and Organizing: Analyses of a Management Meeting. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 31-51.

Pomerantz, A. (2004). Investigative reported absences: ‘Neutrally’ catching the truants. In Lerner, G. (Ed) Conversation Analysis: Studies from the First Generation (pp. 109-129). John Benjamins Publishing House.

Parker, R., Pomerantz, A., & Fehr, B.J. (1995) Satisfaction Work in an Emergency Situation: The case of the Philadelphia 911 calls. Journal of Consumer Satisfaction/Dissatisfaction & Complaining Behavior, 8, 164-176.