David Greatbatch
David Greatbatch
Honorary Visiting Professor, The York Management School, University of York
Verified email at york.ac.uk
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Qualitative research methods in health technology assessment: a review of the literature
E Murphy, R Dingwall, D Greatbatch, S Parker, P Watson
Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) 2 (16), iii-274, 1998
14611998
On the institutional character of institutional talk: The case of news interviews
J Heritage, D Greatbatch
Discourse in Professional and Everyday Culture. Linko ping, Department of …, 1989
8991989
A turn-taking system for British news interviews
D Greatbatch
Language in society 17 (3), 401-430, 1988
6351988
Generating applause: A study of rhetoric and response at party political conferences
J Heritage, D Greatbatch
American journal of sociology 92 (1), 110-157, 1986
5421986
On the management of disagreement between news interviewees
D Greatbatch
Talk at work: Interaction in institutional settings, 268-301, 1992
3871992
Tasks-in-interaction: paper and screen based documentation in collaborative activity
P Luff, C Heath, D Greatbatch
Proceedings of the 1992 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative …, 1992
3261992
Aspects of topical organization in news interviews: the use of agenda-shifting procedures by interviewees
D Greatbatch
Media, Culture & Society 8 (4), 441-455, 1986
2801986
Selective facilitation: Some preliminary observations on a strategy used by divorce mediators
D Greatbatch, R Dingwall
Law and Society Review, 613-641, 1989
2401989
How do desk-top computers affect the doctor-patient interaction
D Greatbatch, C Heath, P Campion, P Luff
Family practice 12 (1), 32-36, 1995
1901995
Catching goldfish: quality in qualitative research
R Dingwall, E Murphy, P Watson, D Greatbatch, S Parker
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 3 (3), 167-172, 1998
1831998
Conversation analysis: Neutralism in British news interviews
D Greatbatch
Approaches to Media Discourse. Oxford: Blackwell, 163-185, 1998
1601998
Interpersonal communication and human-computer interaction: an examination of the use of computers in medical consultations
D Greatbatch, P Luff, C Heath, P Campion
Interacting with computers 5 (2), 193-216, 1993
1561993
Displaying group cohesiveness: Humour and laughter in the public lectures of management gurus
D Greatbatch, T Clark
Human relations 56 (12), 1515-1544, 2003
1362003
Management fashion as image-spectacle: the production of best-selling management books
T Clark, D Greatbatch
Management Communication Quarterly 17 (3), 396-424, 2004
1302004
Argumentative talk in divorce mediation sessions
D Greatbatch, R Dingwall
American Sociological Review, 151-170, 1997
1301997
Telephone triage, expert systems and clinical expertise
D Greatbatch, G Hanlon, J Goode, A O'Cathain, T Strangleman, D Luff
Sociology of Health & Illness 27 (6), 802-830, 2005
1212005
Management speak: Why we listen to what management gurus tell us
D Greatbatch, T Clark
Routledge, 2005
1062005
Knowledge, technology and nursing: the case of NHS Direct
G Hanlon, T Strangleman, J Goode, D Luff, A O’Cathain, D Greatbatch
Human relations 58 (2), 147-171, 2005
992005
Does NHS Direct empower patients?
A O’Cathain, J Goode, D Luff, T Strangleman, G Hanlon, D Greatbatch
Social science & medicine 61 (8), 1761-1771, 2005
952005
Collaborative relationships in the creation and fashioning of management ideas: Gurus, editors and managers
TAR CLARK, D Greatbatch
Oxford University Press, 2002
762002
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