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Mon Dec 13 2010
Calls: Discourse Analysis, Lang Documentation/Portugal
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1. Isabella Paoletti ,
Ethics & Methodology in Discourse Interaction Research
Message 1: Ethics & Methodology in Discourse Interaction Research
From: Isabella Paoletti <isabella.paolettifcsh.unl.pt>
Subject: Ethics & Methodology in Discourse Interaction Research
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Full Title: Ethics & Methodology in Discourse Interaction Research
Date: 15-Jul-2011 - 16-Jul-2011
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Contact Person: Adriano Duarte
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www2.fcsh.unl.pt/giid-clunl/
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Language Documentation
Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2011
This workshop is organized by the GIID (Discourse Interaction Research Group) of CLUNL(Linguistics Centre of Universidade Nova de Lisboa) and by ILTEC (Computational and Theoretical Linguistics Centre). Its objective is a critical discussion of ethical and methodological issues in the collection and treatment of data gathered in informal or institutional settings, from a linguistic, sociological and anthropological standpoint. Thus, the workshop will be of interest not only for researchers in the areas of discourse and conversation analysis, but also for other social scientists and professionals in the fields of social services, law, and computer sciences.
Plenary session speakers:
Lorenza Mondada (Université de Lyon)
Susan Speer (University of Manchester)
Call for Papers:
'Do You Mind If I Record This?' Ethics and Methodology in Discourse Interaction
Research July 15th-16th 2011
Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa
The papers should focus on the following themes: (1) Ethics and methodology of field opening; (2)Safeguards for informants' and sources' anonymity; (3) Social responsibility of scientists; (4)Giving research results back to the communities studied; (5) Database development and management.
Abstracts shall be up to 300 words long, and may be written in Portuguese or English. Abstracts in Portuguese should be accompanied by their English translation, and a note regarding the author's willingness to present the paper in English. The deadline for submissions is January 31st, 2011. Abstracts should be mailed to the following address: giidfcsh.unl.pt
Notification of acceptance/rejection will be sent out by March 30th, 2011.
Papers may be presented in Portuguese or English. Presentations should not exceed 20 minutes,followed by a 10 minute discussion.
Conference website: http://www2.fcsh.unl.pt/giid-clunl/
Email address: giidfcsh.unl.pt
Adriano Duarte Rodrigues (CLUNL, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
Ana Cristina Osterman (Unisinos, Brasil);
Carla Fernandes (CLUNL, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
Casimiro Balsa (CEOS, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
Isabella Paoletti (CLUNL, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
Isabel Gonçalves Tomás (CLUNL, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
José Machado Pais (ICS, Universidade de Lisboa);
Maria Helena Mira Mateus (ILTEC, Universidade de Lisboa);
Paula Godinho (IELT, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
Paulo Cortes Gago (Universidade Federal de Juíz de Fora, Brasil).
Ana Sofia Eustáquio (CLUNL, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
David Monteiro (CLUNL, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
Fabíola Santos (ILTEC, Universidade de Lisboa);
Lis Gonçalvez (ILTEC, Universidade de Lisboa);
Michel Binet (CLUNL, Universidade Nova de Lisboa);
Ricardo Almeida (CLUNL, Universidade Nova de Lisboa).
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