“Seeing the Case Clearly” by Irene van Oorschot on Early View #sssi

There is a long-standing interest in the work of judges and court clerks in interactionism and ethnomethodology. In her article “Seeing the Case Clearly: File-Work, Material Mediation, and Visualizing Practices in a Dutch Criminal Court” Irene van Oorschot takes up this strand of research by exploring the practice of “visualizing the case” that unpacks the techniques of clerks and judges in making sense of cases and digitizing case files.

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