consequently requires practicaljudgements as well
as taken-for-granted or tacit knowledge. This suggests that everyday
practices as performances can have a range of elements. In this chapter,
I limit my discussion to three (style, speech and space) and draw from
one of the founding fathers of dramaturgy, Erving Goffman.
Style . Goffman ( 1990 , pp.
34–5) identifies two elements of what I term a