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Moreover, we do not write about unique events that may reveal an individual member’s identity. In addition, all of the research material is kept locked in a cupboard and is only accessible to members of the research team. 47 Summaries of studies Study 1: Alternating between online and offline - tags and frame switches as interactional resources Pål André Aarsand In the present study, the notion of participation frameworks (Goffman, 1974, 1981) has been used to analyse the social interaction among a group of seventh grade students chatting in a computer room.
First of all, writing interaction is a translation of social interaction into a one-dimensional medium, and there is no question that a video recording of an activity will give us more information about the activity than a written description of it will. We could claim that ‘writing is a very poor technology for describing the richness of the experience of either being in an event or witnessing it as an observer’ (Duranti, 1997, p. 113). 12 How can transcriptions of video – audio material be understood as part of the work done by researchers?
Similar advantages are also valid when we talk about video recorded material. Silverman (2001) claims that i) tapes are public records, ii) tapes can be replayed and transcripts improved and iii) tapes preserve sequences of talk. Following Silverman’s line of reasoning, it could be claimed that video recordings are in some respects available to the scientific community in a way that field notes are not (depending on the contract made with the participants). Related to the first point, it is possible to replay episodes, not only to oneself but also to, for instance, co-researchers, which allows one ‘ … to present and discuss materials on which observations and analysis are based’ (C.