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New Article: “Enacting Gustatory Pleasure on Behalf of Another: The Multimodal Coordination of Infant Tasting Practices” by Sally Wiggins and Leelo Keevallik #sssi #emca #senses https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.527 @sociologylens

Taste is often considered to be subjective. In their detailed analysis of child-carer interaction Sally Wiggins and Leelo Keevallik demonstrate how people enact “gustatory pleasure on behalf of anther”. Their article entitled “Enacting Gustatory Pleasure on Behalf of Another: The … Continue reading

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Review of P Sormani’s ‘Respecifying Lab Ethnography’ by Goetz Hoeppe #sssi #sociology #emca

In interactionism as well as in ethnomethodology there has been a long standing concern with and interest in science and technology study. At the recent SSSI Annual Conferences in New York (2013) and Chicago (2015), for example, the Distinguished Lectures were … Continue reading

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