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She therefore resists not only her categorization as one who can be properly directed but also his presumed self-categorization as rule-enforcer and director. ’’ Her ‘‘excuse’’ means that she is a ‘‘victim’’ of circumstances beyond her control; she is not the deviant that Russell claims that she is. We have said that her account becomes another disputable for Russell. He endeavors to expose not only its fallaciousness but also the claimed incumbency of the category ‘‘victim’’ that it implies. For Russell, slipping would not have produced the end-product of standing up, as Maggie claims.

In countering her directive with ‘‘how am I meant to talk then’’ he regains the categorical advantage; she is now ‘‘reduced’’ from a rule-enforcer to an incompetent speaker. ’’ We conclude this section by noting that a variety of asymmetrical standardized category relational pairs are key organizational features of the disputes exhibited in the excerpts we have analyzed. Thus, Russell attempts in his various oppositional turns to ‘‘degrade’’ his sister in some way. , and in so doing variously constitutes himself as a rule-enforcer, a director, a strangler, a teaser, and so forth.

London: Sage. Bateman, A. (2012). When verbal disputes get physical. In S. Danby & M. ), Disputes in everyday life. ASA. 24 STEPHEN HESTER AND SALLY HESTER Butler, C. (2008). Talk and social interaction in the playground. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. , & Weatherall, A. (2006). ‘No we are not playing families’: Membership categorization in children’s play. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 39(4), 441–470. Button, G. (1991). Introduction: Ethnomethodology and the foundational respecification of the human sciences.

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