Problems and Methods, Second Edition
Chapter 5: The normative infrastructure of practice
The focus of the chapter is turned on what rules ‘do’ in sustaining or hampering a practice, and how practitioners ‘do’ rules by negotiating the ambiguity of rules and dwelling in relays of ordinary prescription informed by attention rules. The normative infrastructuring of a practice is thus illustrated.
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