Nice session yesterday, thanks for your engagement and enthusiasm! Special thanks also to Chris Jenks and Seong Jeon for their contributions. Chris' point was well made - about ELF interactions being characterised as largely collaborative in nature, and the need to extend the database, but it's important to remind ourselves that this point has already been made in the literature (see my 2009 'Doing not being ..' paper, for example). But Chris is right that we need to study ELF in a wide range of settings.
I hope you're beginning to get a feel for the hows and whys of conducting empirical research on ELF interactions.
More from me very shortly, once I've had some breakfast.