2014 Conference

The 9th Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Conference

The 9th Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (AIEMCA) conference is being hosted by The University of Waikato on Thursday 20 November and Friday 21 November, 2014.

See the full Call for Papers.

The two day conference is designed to build on and enhance the emerging profile and scope of ethnomethodology (EM), conversation analysis (CA) and membership categorisation analysis (MCA) work being done within Australasia and to make and develop connections with those working in this field, nationally and internationally.

The 2014 AIEMCA conference will focus on the methodological approach of EM, CA and MCA in current cross-discipline research, or how we each ‘do’ EM, CA, MCA work in our research.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

ann-weatherallAssociate Professor Ann Weatherall 
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Intersubjectivity in interaction

 

Rod-GardnerAssociate Professor Rod Gardner
Griffith University, Australia

The trouble with CA is….

 

cromdal-jakob-220Professor Jakob Cromdal
Linköping University, Sweden

Methods for mobility: some challenges for
studying social interaction in mobile
environments

CONTACT

Please direct any queries to the Conference Chair, Amanda Bateman (abateman@waikato.ac.nz).

SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERSUoW-Coat of arms colour white bgrdUOQ-EDFACULTY

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