Recent publications by project members

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Mortensen, K. & Hazel, S. (forth./2016). Navigating the moral maze: Order and transgression in language classroom participation. To appear in Hoffmann, S., A. Schön & G. Schwab (eds.): Interaktion im Fremdsprachenunterricht. Beiträge aus der empirischen Forschung. Münster: LIT Verlag.

Mondeme C. (submitted) L’anticipation comme actualisation. Liens entre temporalité et ordre moral dans les situations d’apprentissage, in Temporalités

Mondeme C. (submitted) « Ouvrir l’interaction et créer du lien », in Binet J-M. (ed.), L’intervention sociale et ses cadres conversationnels: contributions ethnométhodologiques. Paris: Les Presses de Parmentier.

Heinemann, T., Landgrebe, J., Mitchell, R. & Buur, J. (forth) Narrating value networks and business models through tangible materials, Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry xx-xx.

Larsen, T. (2016, in press). Mathias Broth, Eric Laurier and Lorenza Mondada (eds), Studies of Video Practices: Video at Work [Book review]. Qualitative Research.

Larsen, T. (2016, in press) Nurse’s instruction of patients in the use of INR-monitors for self-management of cardio-vascular conditions: Missed instructional opportunities. Submitted to Patient Education & Counseling.

Mondémé, C. (2016) Interactions et socialité interspécifiques : une analyse des ressources multimodales dans la communication hommes/chiens. Limoges : Lambert-Lucas

Tuccio, W.A. and Nevile M. (submitted) Using designedly large scale qualitative datasets in data-driven aviation training. Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education and Research.

Hazel, S. & Mortensen, K. (submitted). Designedly Incomplete Objects – materially constituted elicitation tools in language classroom interaction. Submitted to Applied Linguistics

Hazel, S. & Mortensen, K. (forthcoming). The classroom moral compass. Participation, engagement and transgression in classroom interaction. Classroom Discourse.



Mondeme C. (2016) Extension de la question de “l’ordre social” aux interactions hommes/animaux – une approche ethnométhodologique, in L’Année Sociologique, vol. 66, n°2.

Mondeme C. (2016) « Socialité et co-opération dans l’oeuvre de Charles Goodwin, ou comment penser les passerelles entre linguistique, anthropologie et sociologie », Revue Tracés, vol 16, n°30.

Mortensen, K. (2016). The body as a resource for other-initiation of repair: Cupping the hand behind the ear. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 49(1), 34-57.

Brandt, A. & Mortensen, K. (2016). Conversation Analysis and Intercultural Communication. In Zhù Huá (ed.): Research Methods in Intercultural Communication: A Practical Guide (pp. 297-310). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.


Day, D. & Kjærbeck, S. (2015) Membership Categorization and Storytelling: The cake story. In: Pragmatics and Society.

Eskildsen, S. W. & Wagner, J. (2015) Embodied L2 construction learning. In: Language Learning. 65, 2, p. 268-297

Eskildsen, S. W. & Wagner, J. (2015) Sprogbrugsbaseret læring i en tosproget hverdag: En forskningsoversigt over en sprogsbrugsbaseret tilgang til andetsprogsundervisning. In: NyS. 48, p. 71-104

Hazel, S. (2015)  Acting, interacting, enacting – representing medical practice in theatre performance. In Malene Kjær, Jens Lohfert Jørgensen & Anita Holm Riis (eds). Thematic Issue on ‘Health’, Akademisk Kvarter/Academic Quarter. Aalborg: Aalborg University, 12, 44-64

Hazel, S. (2015) The Paradox from Within – Research Participants Doing-Being-Observed. Qualitative Research, Online First

Hazel, S. & Wagner, J. (2015) L2 and L3 integrated learning – lingua franca use in learning an additional language in the classroom. Jenks, C. J. & Seedhouse, P. (eds.). International Perspectives on ELT Classroom Interaction. Palgrave Macmillan

Larsen, T. (2015) Interaktion, instruktion og patientuddannelse for kronisk sygdom. In Malene Kjær, Jens Lohfert Jørgensen & Anita Holm Riis (eds). Thematic Issue on ‘Health’, Akademisk Kvarter/Academic Quarter. Aalborg: Aalborg University, 12, 65-82

Nevile, M. (2015) A complete chronological bibliography of the journal ‘Research on Language and Social Interaction’, 1987-2014. Available at the journal website,

Nevile, M. (2015) The embodied turn in research on language and social interaction. ‘Research on Language and Social Interaction’, 48(2): 121-151

Wagner, J. (2015) Designing for Language Learning in the Wild: creating social infrastructures for second language learning. Cadierno, T. & Eskildsen, S. W. (eds.). Usage-Based Perspectives on Second Language Learning. Mouton de Gruyter, (Applications of Cognitive Linguistics, Vol. 30).



Day, D. & Wagner, J. (2014) Objects as tools for talk. In M. Nevile, P. Haddington, T. Heinemann & M. Rauniomaa (eds.) Interacting with Objects: Language, materiality, and social activity. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins. 101-124.

Haddington, P., Keisanen, T., Mondada, L. & Nevile, M. (eds.) Multiactivity in social interaction: Beyond multitasking. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Haddington, P., Keisanen, T., Mondada, L. & Nevile, M. Towards multiactivity as a social and interactional phenomenon. In Multiactivity in social interaction: Beyond multitasking. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. (pp. 3-32)

Hazel, S. (2014) Cultivating objects in interaction – visual motifs as meaning making practices in talk-in-interaction. In Maurice Nevile, Pentti Haddington, Trine Heinemann and Mirka Rauniomaa (eds). Interacting with Objects: Language, materiality, and social activity. Amsterdam: Benjamins (pp. 169 – 194)

Hazel, S. Mortensen, K. Embodying the institution: Object manipulation in developing interaction in study counselling meetings,  Journal of Pragmatics 65, 10-29.

Hazel, S. & Mortensen, K. & Rasmussen, G. Introduction: A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct, Journal of Pragmatics 65, 1-9.

Heinemann, T. & Mitchell, R. Breaching barriers to collaboration in public spaces. TEI ’14 Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, 213-220. doi: 10.1145/2540930.2540951

Kreplak Y., Mondémé C., (2014) Artworks as touchable objects: guiding perception in a museum tour for blind people. In Nevile M., Haddington P., Heinemann T., Rauniomaa M. (Eds.), Interacting with objects: Language, materiality, and social activity. New York: John Benjamins, pp. 295-317.

Landgrebe, J. Heinemann, T. Mapping the epistemic landscape in innovation workshops, Pragmatics and Society 5(2), 191-220.

Larsen, T. (2014). That’s the only way you’ll learn! Social and interactional aspects of instruction and learning in patient education programmes for self-management of chronic disease. PhD Dissertation, Department of Design and Communication, University of Southern Denmark.

Mortensen, K. & Hazel, S.  Moving into interaction – Social practices for initiating encounters at a help desk. Journal of Pragmatics, 62, 46-67.

Nevile, M., Haddington, P., Heinemann, T. & Rauniomaa, M. (eds.) Interacting with objects. Language, materiality, and social activity. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Nevile, M., Haddington, P., Heinemann, T. & Rauniomaa, M.  On the interactional ecology of objects. In Interacting with objects. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. (pp. 3-26)

Rasmussen, G., Mortensen, K. & Hazel, S. (eds.) A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct. Special issue, Journal of Pragmatics 65, 1-156.

Rauniomaa, M. & Heinemann, T. Organising the soundscape: Participants’ orientation to impending sound when turning on auditory objects in interaction. In Interacting with objects. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. (pp. 145-168).

Sørensen, A., Rasmussen, G. & Day, D. (2014). Kinesthetic human/robot coordination: The coordination of movements for interaction. Proceedings of the 9th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. Bielefeld: Bielefeld University.