Action Sequencing Workshop (2 day)
Intensive ‘hands on’ workshop with leading conversation analysts:
Professor Gene Lerner, Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Professor Ray Wilkinson, Human Communication Sciences, University of Sheffield, UK
12 places only – likely to be over-subscribed, so register your interest early to avoid disappointment!
Developing Conversation Analytic Skills 2: Sequence Organisation
This 3 day course is one of two – on sequence organisation and on turn-taking - designed to provide core foundational training in conversation analysis (CA).
It will provide a systematic grounding in the CA domain of sequence organisation.
Everyone a Winner?
Taking a fresh look at social mobility from a variety of methodological perspectives, the conference will seek to develop and expand contemporary paradigms of mobility analysis
Developing Conversation Analytic Skills 1: Turn-taking
This 3 day course is one of two – on turn-taking and on sequence organisation - designed to provide core foundational training in conversation analysis (CA). It will provide a systematic grounding in the CA domain of turn-taking. The course will be taught via mini-lectures, practical activities and exercises, with an emphasis on hands-on work with data.
Fiction and the social imaginary
A one-day symposium exploring and unpicking fiction’s potential – as an integral component of everyday life – to reveal, illuminate and tell about the social world.
Conversation Analysis: An Introduction
1 day course designed as a ‘taster’ for those who would like to find out more about conversation analysis (CA) and the kinds of issues it can be used to address. It will introduce the methods and some of the key findings of CA in an non-specialist way.
Marginal Death Research: Doing Edgework
Conference co-organised by Ruth Penfold-Mounce, Jack Denham & Anaïs Duong-Pedica considering death research in the social sciences
BSA Yorkshire MedSoc Group Event
The meeting is open to researchers, academics and postgraduate students. But we also welcome anyone who has an interest in the sociology of health and illness.