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2012). The organization of participation and contingency in prebeginnings of request sequences. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 45(4), 323–351. , & Dixon Keller, J. (1996). Cognition and tool use: The blacksmith at work. ­Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Kendon, A. (1967). Some functions of gaze direction in social interaction. Acta Psychologica, 26, 22–63. 1016/0001-6918(67)90005-4 Kendon, A. (1990). Conducting interaction: Patterns of behavior in focused encounters. ­Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

What he may not know is that it is the till that requires a number, and not the bartender per se. The bartender responds to the customer’s account for not giving a number with his own account: Most without a number to be honest with you. (line 09). While the till requires that bartenders enter table number information, for each order and each customer, bartenders must formulate a request. There is no ‘script’ for doing so; while bartenders have been trained to use the electronic till they have not been trained to ask such questions.

2012). Materiality and organizing: Social interaction in a technological world. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 0001 Levi-Strauss, C. (1962). The savage mind. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. [Translated from Lévi-Strauss, C. (1962). La Pensée sauvage. PLON: Paris]. Luck, R. (2010). Using objects to coordinate design activity in interaction. Construction Management and Economics, 28, 641–655. , & Heath, C. (2002). Broadcast talk: Initiating calls through a computer-mediated technology.

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