Tuesday, 24 November 2015

New Short Courses in Conversation Analysis

The Department of Sociology is delighted to be launching a series of short Continuing Professional Development courses in Conversation Analysis in spring 2016.  Four courses are on offer:

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Conversation Analysis: An Introduction (1 day £75)
Wed 20 January 2016; Sue Wilkinson and Celia Kitzinger
Find out more about conversation analysis (CA) and the kinds of issues it can be used to address.  No prior experience needed.

An Introduction to Conversation Analysis and its use in Medical Settings (1 day £75)
Fri 26 February 2016; Merran Toerien and Robin Wooffitt
For health services researchers, and others with an interest in communication in health care, who wish to find out more about conversation analysis (CA) as applied to medical interaction. No prior experience needed.

Developing Conversation Analytic Skills 1: Turn-taking (3 days £360)
Tues 26 – Thu 28 April 2016; Clare Jackson, Sue Wilkinson and Celia Kitzinger
Core foundational training in conversation analysis (CA).  Intensive course, limited to a maximum of 12 participants, offering a systematic grounding in the domain of turn-taking.  Intended for those with some prior familiarity with CA. 

Developing Conversation Analytic Skills 2: Sequence Organisation (3 days £360)
Tues 3 – Thurs 5 May 2016; Sue Wilkinson and Merran Toerien
Core foundational training in conversation analysis (CA).  Intensive course, limited to a maximum of 12 participants, offering a systematic grounding in the domain of sequence organisation.  Intended for those with some prior familiarity with CA.

For further info/registration, contact: sarah.shrive-morrison@york.ac.uk

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