• Hutchby, Ian (ed.) (2008) Methods in Language and Social Interaction, Volumes 1-4 (London: Sage).
  • Hutchby, Ian and Wooffitt, Robin (2008) Conversation Analysis, 2: Principles, Practices and Implications (Cambridge: Polity).
  • Hutchby, Ian (2007) The Discourse of Child Counselling (Amsterdam: John Benjamins).
  • Hutchby, Ian (2006) Media Talk: Conversation Analysis and the Study of Broadcasting (Maidenhead: Open University Press).
  • Hutchby, Ian (2001) Conversation and Technology: From the Telephone to the Internet (Cambridge: Polity).
  • Hutchby, Ian and Moran-Ellis, Jo (eds.) (2001) Children, Technology and Culture: The Impacts of Technologies in Children's Everyday Lives (London: Routledge).
  • Hutchby, Ian and Moran-Ellis, Jo (eds.) (1998) Children and Social Competence: Arenas of Action (London: Falmer Press).
  • Hutchby, Ian and Wooffitt, Robin (1998) Conversation Analysis: Principles, Practices and Applications. (Cambridge: Polity).
  • Hutchby, Ian (1996) Confrontation Talk: Arguments, Asymmetries and Power on Talk Radio (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates).

Journal articles

  • Hutchby, I. (forthcoming) 'Hybridisation, personalisation and tribuneship in the broadcast political interview.' Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. Special Edition on Hybridity and the News.

  • Hutchby, I. (2016) 'Infelicitous talk: Politicians' words and the media ecology in three British political gaffes.' Journal of Language and Politics, 15(6), in press.

  • O’Reilly, M., Karim, K., Stafford, V. and Hutchby, I. (2015) ‘Identifying the interactional processes in first assessments in child mental health.’ Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 20(4), pp. 195-201.

  • Hutchby, I. (2014) ‘Communicative affordances and participation frameworks in mediated interaction.’ Journal of Pragmatics, 72(Oct), pp. 86-89.

  • Stafford, V., Hutchby, I. , Karim, K. and O’Reilly, M. (2014) ‘“Why are you here?”: Seeking children’s accounts of their presentation to child and adolescent mental health services.’ Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 19(4), pp. 489-505.

  • Hutchby, I., O’Reilly, M. and Parker, N. (2012) ‘Ethics in praxis: Negotiating the role and functions of a video camera in family therapy.’ Discourse Studies, 14(6), pp. 675-690.

  • O’Reilly, M., Parker, N. and Hutchby, I. (2011) ‘Ongoing processes of managing consent: The empirical ethics of using video recording in clinical practice and research.’ Journal of Clinical Ethics, 6(4), pp. 179-185.

  • Hutchby, I. (2011) 'Non-neutrality and argument in the Hybrid Political Interview', Discourse Studies, 13(3), pp. 349-366.
  • Hutchby, I. and O’ Reilly, M. (2010) 'Children's participation and the familial moral order in family therapy', Discourse Studies, 12(1), pp. 49-64.
  • Hutchby, I. (2008) 'Participants' Orientations to Interruptions, rudeness and other impolite acts in talk-in-interaction', Journal of Politeness Research, Special Issue: 'Impoliteness and Rudeness', 4(2), pp. 221-241.
  • Hutchby, I. and Tanna, V. (2008) 'Aspects of sequential organisation in text message exchange', Discourse and Communication, 2(2), pp. 143-164.
  • Seale, C., Butler, C., Hutchby, I., Kinnersley, P. and Rollnick, S. (2007) 'Negotiating frame ambiguity: A study of simulated encounters in medical education', Communication and Medicine, 4(2), pp. 177-188.
  • Hutchby, I. and Barnett, S. (2005) 'Aspects of the sequential organisation of mobile phone conversation', Discourse Studies, 7(2), pp. 147-171.
  • Hutchby, I. (2005) 'Children's talk and social competence', Children and Society, 19(1), pp. 66-73.
  • Hutchby, I. (2005) 'Active listening: Formulations and the elicitation of feelings-talk in child counselling', Research on Language and Social Interaction, 38(3), pp. 303-329.
  • Hutchby, I. (2005) 'Incommensurable studies of mobile phone conversation', Discourse Studies, 7(6), pp. 663-670.
  • Hutchby, I. (2003) 'Affordances and the analysis of technologically mediated interaction', Sociology, 37(3), pp. 581-589.
  • Speer, S. A. and Hutchby, I. (2003) 'From ethics to analytics: Aspects of participants' orientations to the presence and relevance of recording technologies', Sociology, 37(2), pp. 315-337.
  • Speer, S. A. and Hutchby, I. (2003) 'Methodology needs analytics: A rejoinder to Martyn Hammersley', Sociology, 37(2), pp. 353-359.
  • Hutchby, I. (2002) 'Resisting the incitement to talk in child counselling: Aspects of the utterance "I don't know"', Discourse Studies, 4(2), pp. 147-168.
  • Hutchby, I. (2001) 'Oh, irony and sequential ambiguity in arguments', Discourse and Society, 12(2), pp. 147-165.
  • Hutchby, I. (2001) 'Technologies, texts and affordances', Sociology, 35(2), pp. 441-456.
  • Hutchby, I. (2001) 'Witnessing: The use of first-hand knowledge in legitimating lay opinions on talk radio', Discourse Studies, 3(4), pp. 481-497.
  • Hutchby, I. (1999) 'Frame attunement and footing in the organisation of talk radio openings', Journal of Sociolinguistics, 3(1), pp. 41-64.
  • Hutchby, I. (1999) 'Beyond agnosticism: Conversation analysis and the sociological agenda', Research on Language and Social Interaction, 32(1-2), pp. 85-93.
  • Hutchby, I. (1999) 'Rhetorical strategies in audience participation debates on radio and TV', Research on Language and Social Interaction, 32(3), pp. 243-267.
  • Hutchby, I. (1998) 'Where is the discourse? A response to Meinhof and Richardson', Current Issues in Language and Society, 5(4), pp. 274-277.
  • Hutchby, I. (1997) 'Building alignments in public debate: A case study from British TV', Text, 17(2), pp. 161-179.
  • Hutchby, I. (1996) 'Power in discourse: The case of arguments on a British talk radio show', Discourse and Society, 7(4), pp. 481-498.
  • Hutchby, I. (1995) 'Aspects of recipient design in expert advice-giving on call-in radio', Discourse Processes, 19(2), pp. 219-238.
  • Hutchby, I. (1992) 'The pursuit of controversy: Routine scepticism in talk on "talk radio"', Sociology, 26(4), pp. 673-694.
  • Hutchby, I. (1992) 'Confrontation talk: Aspects of "interruption" in argument sequences on talk radio', Text, 12(3), pp. 343-371.

Book chapters

  • Hutchby, I. (2016) ‘Conversation analysis.’ In B.S. Turner, C. Epstein, C. Kyung-Sup, P. Kvisto, W. Outhwaite and J. M. Ryan (eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Theory (Five Volumes). (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell), in press.
  • Hutchby, I. (2015) 'Therapeutic vision: Eliciting talk about feelings in child counselling for family separation.’ In M. O’Reilly and J. Lester (eds.), Handbook of Child Mental Health (London: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 541-558.
  • Hutchby, I. (2014) ‘“I mean is that right?” Frame ambiguity and troublesome advice-seeking on a radio helpline.’ In E.-M. Graf, M. Sator and T. Spranz-Fogasy (eds.), Discourses of the Helping Professions (Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins), pp. 157-178.
  • Hutchby, I. (2013) ‘Obama in the no spin zone.’ In M. Ekstrom and A. Tolson (eds.), Media Talk and Political Elections (London: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 41-62.
  • Hutchby, I. (2012) 'Participation and the institutional agenda in child counselling', in Baraldi, C., Iervese, V. and Rossi, E. (eds.) Participation, Facilitation and Mediation: Perspectives on Young Children and Involvement in Social Contexts (New York: Routledge), pp. 87-104.
  • Hutchby, I. (2011) 'Doing non-neutral: Belligerent interaction in the Hybrid Political Interview', in Ekstrom, M. and Patrona, M. (eds.) Talking Politics in the Broadcast Media (Amsterdam: John Benjamins), pp. 115-134.
  • Hutchby, Ian (2010) 'Feelings-talk and therapeutic vision in child-counsellor interaction', in Gardner, H. and Forrester, M. (eds.) Analysing Interactions in Childhood: Insights from Conversation Analysis (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell), pp. 146-162.
  • Hutchby, I. (2008) 'Foundations of language and social interaction research', in Hutchby, I. (ed.) Methods in Language and Social Interaction, volume 1 (London: Sage), pp. 17-39.
  • Hutchby, I. (2008) 'Technologically mediated discourse', in Donsbach, W. (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Communication (Cambridge: Blackwell).
  • Hutchby, I. (2006) 'Conversation', in Scott, John (ed.) Sociology: The Key Concepts, Routledge Key Guides (London: Routledge), pp. 41-45.
  • Clift, R., Drew, P. and Hutchby, I. (2006) 'Conversation analysis', in Ostman, J. O. and Verschueren, J. (eds.) Handbook of Pragmatics (Amsterdam: John Benjamins), pp. 40-54.
  • Hutchby, I. (2005) 'News talk: Interaction in the broadcast news interview', in Allan, Stuart (ed.) Journalism: Critical Issues (Maidenhead: Open University Press), pp. 210-223.
  • Hutchby, I. (2004) 'Conversation analysis and the study of broadcast talk', in Sanders, R. and Fitch, K. (eds.) Handbook of Language and Social Interaction (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates), pp. 437-460.
  • Hutchby, I. (2001) 'The moral status of technology: Being recorded, being heard, and the construction of concerns in child counselling', in Hutchby, I. and Moran-Ellis, J. (eds.) Children, Technology and Culture: The Impacts of Technologies in Children's Everyday Lives (London: Routledge), pp. 104-122.
  • Hutchby, I. (2001) 'Confrontation as a spectacle: The argumentative frame of the Ricki Lake Show', in Tolson, A. (ed.) Television Talk Shows: Discourse, Performance, Spectacle (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates), pp. 155-172.
  • Hutchby, I. and Moran-Ellis, J. (2001) 'Introduction: Relating children, technology and culture', in Hutchby, I. and Moran-Ellis. J. (eds.) Children, Technology and Culture: The Impacts of Technologies in Children's Everyday Lives (London: Routledge), pp. 1-10.
  • Hutchby, I. (1999) 'Power in discourse', in Jaworski, A. and Coupland, N. (eds.) The Discourse Reader (London: Routledge), pp. 567-588.
  • Hutchby, I. and Moran-Ellis, J. (1998) 'Situating children's social competence', in Hutchby, I. and Moran-Ellis, J. (eds.) Children and Social Competence: Arenas of Action (London: Falmer), pp. 7-26.
  • Hutchby, I. and Drew, P. (1995) 'Conversation analysis', in Ostman, J.-O., Verschueren, J. and Blommaert, J. (eds.) Handbook of Pragmatics (Antwerp: John Benjamins), pp. 182-190.
  • Hutchby, I. (1991) 'The organization of talk on talk radio', in Scannell, P. (ed.) Broadcast Talk, The Media, Culture and Society Series (London: Sage Publications), pp. 119-137.

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