To showcase some Australian CA and EM I’ve added a link to a special issue from 2007 of the Australian Review of Applied linguistics (ed. Rendle-Short and Nevile) available on open access here http://www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/index.php/aral/issue/view/172
The biennial AIEMCA 2012 conference Call For Papers has been released. The conference theme is Knowledge and Asymmetries in Action. It will be held on November 29 – 30, 2012 at The Ship Inn, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Confirmed Keynote Speakers
- Associate Professor Michael Emmison, The University of Queensland, School of Social Science
- Dr Max Travers, University of Tasmania, School of Sociology & Social Work
A new (very recently minted) Thesis by Rebecca Feo from the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide has been uploaded to the repository http://aiemca.net/emca-thesis-repository
The thesis title is “Asymmetry in interaction on a men’s relationship counselling helpline: Managing the competing relevancies of troubles-telling and service provision” and is a continuation of CA’s program of studies in helpline-interaction.