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Loughborough Training Workshops in Conversation Analysis
Loughborough University | Department of Social Sciences
Conversation Analysis (CA) is increasingly widely used as a research methodology in the social sciences, including social psychology, in linguistics and sociolinguistics, in the health sciences and other related disciplines.
We are pleased to offer a short series of training workshops / short courses in CA during the coming academic year. The workshops – which begin with some core aspects of CA’s perspective and methodology, then move into more specialized areas and topics – are listed on this page.
The workshops will be led by some of Conversation Analysis’s most experienced teachers, including John Heritage,Paul Drew, Liz Stokoe, Sue Wilkinson, Carly Butler, Alexa Hepburn, Frederick Attenborough and Charles Antaki, who are all at Loughborough University, and Jeffery D. Robinson at Portland State.
Training Workshop 1:
Conversation Analysis: A Training Workshop in Analyzing Data.
Tutors: Professor Paul Drew, Dr Alexa Hepburn.
Dates: Friday 1st November 2013 to Sunday 3rd November 2013
Training Workshop 2:
Developing Skills in Conversation Analysis.
Tutors: Professor Sue Wilkinson, Dr Alexa Hepburn.
Dates: Saturday 18th to Monday 20th January 2014
Training Workshop 3:
The Conversation Analytic Role-Play Method (CARM): Training for Professional & Workplace Communications Encounters
Tutors: Professor Liz Stokoe, Dr Fred Attenborough, Professor Charles Antaki.
Dates: Saturday 8th to Sunday 9th February 2014
Training Workshop 4:
Studying Children’s Interactions.
Tutor: Dr Carly Butler.
Dates: Saturday 15th to Sunday 16th March 2014
Training Workshop 5:
Investigating Medical/Clinical Interactions: A Training Workshop.
Tutors: Professor John Heritage, Professor Jeffrey Robinson, Professor Paul Drew.
Dates: Friday 28th to Sunday 30th March 2014
Training Workshop 6:
Analyzing Questions & Epistemics: A Training Workshop.
Tutors: Professor John Heritage and Professor Paul Drew.
Dates: Friday 4th to Sunday 6th April 2014
(Fonte: Véronique Traverso)