Discovering Work: Ethnomethodological Work in the Natural Sciences



Ethnographic Studies: Issue No. 12 (December 2011)

SPECIAL ISSUE: Discovering Work: Ethnomethodological Studies in the Natural Sciences

Guest Editors: Philippe Sormani, Esther González-Martínez and Alain Bovet


Front [PDF]

Discovering Work: A Topical Introduction [PDF]
Philippe Sormani, Esther González-Martínez, and Alain Bovet
1-11

Discovering Work as "Experimental Demonstration" in School Science Labs [PDF]
Wendy Sherman Heckler
12-30

"So that’s the ureter." The Informal Logic of Discovering Work [PDF]
Timothy Koschmann and Alain Zemel
31-46

Discovering a Practical Impossibility: The Internal Configuration of a Problem in Mathematical Reasoning [PDF]
Wes Sharrock and Bob Anderson
47-58 

The Jubilatory YES! On the Instant Appraisal of an Experimental Finding [PDF]
Philippe Sormani
59-77

Credibility, Evidence, and Discovery: The Case of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker [PDF]
Michael Lynch
78-105

Engineering the Scientific Corpus: Routine Semantic Work in (Re)constructing a Biological Ontology [PDF]
Wes Sharrock, Dave Randall, and Christian Greiffenhagen
106-125 

Discovery Starts Here? The "Pulsar Paper", Thirty Years On – an Ethno-bibliometric Note[PDF]
Alain Bovet, Andrew P. Carlin, and Philippe Sormani
126-139 

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