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Publications

Llewellyn, N., and Hindmarsh, J. (2010). ‘Work and Organization in Real Time: An Introduction’. In Organization, Interaction and Practice: Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis. p.3-23. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hindmarsh, J., and Llewellyn, N. (2010). ‘Methodological Orientations’. In Organization, Interaction and Practice: Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, p.24-46. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Llewellyn, N. (2010). ‘On the Reflexivity between Setting and Practice: the Recruitment Interview’. In Organization, Interaction and Practice: Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, p.74-95. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Llewellyn, N. (2009). ‘Identity’. In Understanding Corporate Life, p.130-148. London: Sage.

Llewellyn, N., and Hindmarsh, J. (eds). (2010). Organization, Interaction and Practice: Studies in Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Llewellyn, N. (2011). The Gift in Interaction: the Practice of ‘Picking up the Bill’. The British Journal of Sociology, 62(4): 718-38.

Llewellyn, N., and Butler, C. (2011). Walking Out on Air. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 44(1): 44-64.

Llewellyn, N. (2011). The Delicacy of the Gift: Passing Donations and leaving Change. Discourse and Society, 22(2): 155-74.

Llewellyn, N., and Spence, L. (2009). Practice as a Members’ Phenomenon. Organization Studies, 30(12): 1419-39.

Llewellyn, N., and Burrow, R. (2008). Streetwise Sales and the Social Order of City Streets. The British Journal of Sociology, 59(3): 561-83.

Llewellyn, N. (2008).Organization in Actual Episodes of Work: Harvey Sacks and Organization Studies. Organization Studies, 29(5): 763-91.

Llewellyn, N. (2008).Identifying with the Audience: A Study of Community Police Work. International Journal of Public Administration, 31(9): 971-87