AIEMCA data symposium

September the 23rd. All day, 4 sessions, no parallel sessions, 3 data sessions, 1 reading/discussion session.
AIEMCA data symposium.
“Sharing Noticings”

Hello AIEMCA.
I am excited to announce the upcomming data symposium, facilitated through the TAG group in Brisbane, with thanks to QUT for hosting, and academics and students from Griffith Uni, UQ, and USQ as members of the TAG community.

This event is being designed to open the space for data sessions within and across AIEMCA. The purpose is to hold a series of 3 data sessions, and to make those data sessions available to multiple participants in multiple locations. If successful, AIEMCA data symposia will become a mainstay for the communities involved.

The event will be held at QUT Kelvin Grove as a base of operations, but Zoom meetings will be used to facilitate multiple users over multiple sites. It is hoped that University and private sites will collectively ‘group chat’ to facilitate the data sessions. Moderators and scribes are needed for each site that comes onboard.

If there are any University sites able to book conference style rooms, for multiple participants, please contact Nathaniel Mitchell (nathaniel.mitchell@griffithuni.edu.au). We

The 3 data sessions are planned to each be 1.5 hrs (1hr for collaborative discussions, 30 mins for sharing between sites). Hopefully, a scribe for each site will email the duscussion notes to Nathaniel for later disemination.

Additionally, Rod Gardener would like to hold a reading discussion (based on the recent Discourse and Society special edition critically investigating the epistemic approach). Please acquire these publications through your normal sources (your library or subscription platform).

The symposium is open for PhD and undergraduate students. It is hoped that some discussion could be facilitated at the different Uni sites (to be organised) and that some discussion (within logistic limits) can be conducted between sites.

This data Symposium will also urge people to attend the AIEMCA conference in Melbourne in Nov-Dec 2016. Hope to meet you all there

Please contact nathaniel.mitchell@griffithuni.edu.au to indicate interest, or availability of a sharing site.

Thank you
Nathaniel
On behalf of
AIEMCA

AIEMCA 2016 conference

AIEMCA 30 Nov- 2 Dec 2016

The 10th Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (AIEMCA) Conference will be hosted by the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at The University of Melbourne. This conference provides a forum for the growing number of scholars from a range of disciplines using ethnomethodology, conversation analysis, membership categorisation analysis or discursive psychology in studies of everyday and/or institutional talk-in-interaction.

The program will include keynote lectures from:

Nick Enfield, The University of Sydney

Johanna Rendle-Short, The Australian National University

Matt Burdelski, Osaka University

Abstracts due 31 July 2016.

Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words and include presentation title, author affiliations (and if presenter is a student), key words, description of data, and significance of the research. All papers providing evidence of social practices in naturalistic settings are welcome for review. This year, concurrent data workshops will be held during the conference, and PhD candidates are encouraged to present data for discussion during one of these workshops.

Abstracts for presentations (20 min + 10 min discussion) email to achurch@unimelb.edu.au with the subject line AIEMCA Abstract.

Abstracts for data workshop (45 min group discussion of short extracts) email to achurch@unimelb.edu.au with the subject line AIEMCA Workshop Abstract

Program

Preliminary program for the conference will be available here at the end of August.

Travel to the University of Melbourne

Those flying to Melbourne arriving at Tullamarine, will need to take the Skybus to the city centre ($19 each way) or a taxi (around $75 one way).

Once you are in Melbourne, directions to The University of Melbourne are available in this PDF.

A link to public transport in Melbourne is provided here.

All conference sessions will be held in the Kwong Lee Dow Building, 234 Queensberry St, Melbourne.

Accommodation

Rydges Swanston Melbourne is the closet hotel to the conference venue and has a conference  rate of $180 per night. Places are limited and requests for bookings can be made directly to Reservations Manager, Dinar Malek for the conference rate (dinar_malek@evt.com).

Single rooms are also available in student accommodation, at St Mary’s College (an 8 minute walk to the conference venue) at a rate of $75 per night including breakfast. Bookings and payment for St Mary’s accommodation can be made during registration for conference.

Alternatively, you might try AirBnB for an apartment near the University of Melbourne.

Registration

Registration for presenters and attendees will open 1 September and close 1 October, with a link here.

Cost of registration will be $250 for academic staff and $150 for research students.

All will be welcome to join the conference.

Any queries, please contact the conference convener Amelia Church

achurch@unimelb.edu.au

USQ TAG session Fri 20 May

Exciting times for the TAG community. We’re expanding (just a little, but expanding nonetheless).

Data: The data we will be looking at is authentic suicide risk assessments and comes from psychological and psychiatric consultations where the client and clinician are talking about the client’s suicide ideation and suicide attempts.  Some TAG members may find listening to such talk distressing and may not wish to attend this session.

 

Room: Building B – 210.  Building B is where the School of Psychology and Counselling staff are located.  If you go in the big glass doors on level 2, walk toward the lifts, turn left and it is down the corridor on the right after my office.

 

Parking: I’m not sure how many of you are driving but there is limited public parking on campus.  You can park in P1 in the Psychology and Counselling Clinic car park spaces.  If there are no spaces, go around to P2 and park in the UQ Health car parking spaces.  They are after the speed bump. This is a link to the campus map http://www.usq.edu.au/ipswich/directions/map

 

RSVP for Lunch: My HoS has kindly agreed to shout us lunch so if you are coming along on Friday please let me know by COB Wednesday so we can get this organised.

 

If you have any problems my phone number is below and my mobile is 0409639148. See you on Friday.

 

Kind Regards

Andrea

 

below is the link for the Google Calendar notification of the event.

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AIEMCA 2016 conference, 30 Nov – 2 Dec

We are very pleased to announce that the dates for the AIEMCA 2016 conference (10th biannual) have been organised.

Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (AIEMCA) Conference

Wed 30 November – Friday 2 Dec 2016

 

The University of Melbourne will host this year.

The call for abstracts, and for workshops and data sessions, is being organised now. Also, the website for registration will be organised in the coming weeks.

Please get abstracts ready for submission. PHD students who are using EM, CA, MCA, DP etc. are encouraged to submit an abstract.

 

 

We are very excited.

This will be a great opportunity to get in touch with other

TAG session, USQ, 13th of May, 1:30pm

Hello all,

I am very excited about the upcoming TAG meeting.
We’re heading over to USQ for the first time.

Andrea Lamont-Mills will be coordinating with me to organise data and transport.

Can we please get a show of hands regarding people travelling by car? We should be able to carpool.
For information about public transport, please see below.
Comment from Andrea Lamont-Mills about travelling to campus:
You can catch the bus just outside the railway station at the Bell St Interchange – the 515 goes to the campus – if people are using the journey planner they have to put in UQ Ipswich campus.
We are looking into parking for people. Hopefully we will be able to car pool for the USQ sessions.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/University+of+Southern+Queensland/@-27.628087,152.755545,14z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x434b698ee6b3324c?hl=en-US

 

Background about USQ.

USQ has been a part of the Ipswich community since 2006, and we’re really excited to have expanded our locations into central Ipswich and continuing to grow with the region. Officially moving to the Ipswich site in January 2015 USQ Ipswich is offering degrees in Human ServicesNursing, Midwifery*, Paramedicine, Psychology and Tertiary Preparation. We look forward to developing the tertiary education opportunities in the region, building bright futures for our community.

http://www.usq.edu.au/ipswich/directions

USQ Ipswich is located in Queensland’s oldest provincial city, Ipswich, one of Queensland’s largest growth regions, just 55 minutes from the Brisbane CBD and 1 hour 15 minutes to Toowoomba.

The campus is accessible via public transport and USQ shuttle bus services travelling between Ipswich, Springfield and Toowoomba Campuses (from 2015).

Address

USQ Ipswich Campus
11 Salisbury Road
Ipswich Qld 4305
Australia

Maps

Very exciting and innovative spread for TAG.

Cheers
Transcript Analysis Group
Nathaniel Mitchell

AIEMCA google group

To all AIEMCA peoples,

Thanks to Sarah White at Macquarie, we now have an AIEMCA mail group. We are using the Google Group aiemcaorg@gmail.com for communications.

Please email aiemcaorg@gmail.com, or nathaniel.mitchell@griffithuni.edu.au if you wish to become a member of the group. Currently, membership in AIEMCA is free, so sign up now.

We will disseminate all information about the AIEMCA conference (projected for November in Melbourne at this stage), and for the upcoming AIEMCA transcript session (still to be arranged with the different stakeholders).

Welcome to a new year of AIEMCA
Hopefully, with this new group, we can disseminate information more clearly to all stakeholders across AUS, NZ and Australasia.

 

CARM Macquarie Uni Workshop

Sarah White organised a great workshop. The rooms were fantastic, the catering was great (even those lemon tarts, if you managed to get one), the computer access was well organised. It went off without a hitch. Thank you Sarah.

Rein delivered a well polished presentation, discussing the CARM project, and the differences between it and CA analysis. As we were all well versed in CA practices, we had a lot of questions, but Rein managed to respond to all of them. It was a concise training workshop, focused on the potential for other analysts to become CARM affiliates and to start working in industry doing CARM workshops themselves. I am convinced that the way they produce their powerpoints makes CA more approachable for the non-specialised audiences, and the “takehome” trainables can be designed for the audiences.

I was expecting a lot of discussion about CA, CA findings and other CA related analysis. I was pleasantly surprised when that was never an issue. It was simply assumed that the CA project was well known to the participants (as it clearly was), and the workshop focused more on how to disseminate findings.

My big take home was the self-reflection. For any consultant, they need to self-reflect on what parts of their findings are relevant to each audience. Although we found something about the progressivity of talk vis-a-vis a client’s desires/project, it might not be the case that it would be a takehome message for a client. Rather, it might be that the client is better served by looking at the use of self-naming (or some other finding). That is, in order to present findings, the clients needs ought to be reflected on. I think this also goes for producing writing for journals. Is this the journal that this finding is interesting for, or should I tell them about the call-beginnings?

Overall, I really enjoyed the workshop. I especially enjoyed being in a group of people who can jargon at each other, and reciprocate accordingly. Also, I really liked the dinner, breaks, general chats, and especially the setting up of the AIEMCA mailing group.

If you want to become part of the AIEMCA mailing group, please contact:

nathaniel.mitchell@griffithuni.edu.au

 

Thanks again everyone who attended.
It was a great few days.

And for Sascha, I’m on my way home-see you soon.

Australasian Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis

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