Ethnography, Language & Communication 2019
The programme is designed to help PhD and post-doctoral researchers to navigate the twin perils of over- and under-interpreting discourse data. It introduces a range of key perspectives and tools used to study language and communication ethnographically and it facilitates the study of social practice in a wide range of different settings – education, workplace, recreation, health etc. Initiated with ESRC funding in 2007, this will be our 10th ELC five-day course.
For students from outside King's, some funding is available for bursaries, which will be allocated on the basis of relative need. There will also be a subsidy for students based at KCL.
Coverage: Micro-, multi-modal, and trans-contextual analysis; lectures, workshops, data-sessions.
Course start date
09.00 to 18.00 on most days
Having qualitative data that you need to analyse (2nd or 3rd year of a PhD; post-doctoral research etc) We give priority to people: - who are either in the second year of their PhD or beyond; - whose work seems most likely to benefit from the training input. Please note that registration is not guaranteed. Spaces on the course are strictly limited, so candidates are advised to apply as soon as possible.
Professor Ben Rampton
Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy
Is 'qualitative data analysis' too vague for you? Are you wondering how to do justice to your data?
HOW IS COURSE TAUGHT?
Lectures, discussions, workshops, data-sessions focussed on student data
WHAT WILL I GET OUT OF IT?
New or enhanced methods for qualitative data analysis; access to the vibrant and growing interdisciplinary network working with linguistic ethnography
WHO IS IT FOR?
Doctoral and post-doctoral researchers seeking to enrich the analysis of their qualitative data.: Some limited funds are available for bursaries, which will be allocated on the basis of relative need.
FEES & OTHER INFORMATION
The fee for researchers in full employment is £750.00.
The concessionary fee for students is £600.00.
There may be a subsidy available for students based at KCL and a small discretionary fund for students from outside King's, which will be allocated on the basis of relative need.
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.