Call for study protocols August 2020
|Dates||2020/08/01 - 2021/12/01|
|Link||http://emcawiki.net/Example CA Study Protocols|
|Final version due|
|Tweet||Call for Protocols: We are setting up a hub for written documents on procedures, processes, protocols for #EMCA studies. The intention is to share knowledge on designing and setting up successful CA studies: http://emcawiki.net/Example_CA_Study_Protocols|
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Call for study protocols August 2020:
We are setting up a hub for written documents on procedures, processes, protocols for conversation analytic studies. The intention is to share knowledge on designing and setting up successful CA studies: http://emcawiki.net/Example_CA_Study_Protocols
For the benefit of the international EMCA community, we are especially interested in studies outside of the UK context, where most of our existing materials are based.
There will be two options for documents’ accessibility:
- Access upon request. Original authors are contacted to agree or refuse access. The person requesting access will be asked to confirm in writing, that they will not share beyond their research team, and to cite and acknowledge materials.
- Publicly available online for downloading - this is the status of most of the protocols currently listed on the wiki.
For 'access on request' materials, we will publish author names, study title, funding, regional and ethical approval details - and will pass on requests for access to other documents to the authors.
Please submit written documents relating to successful CA studies (i.e. funded, and/or published, and/or in progress, and/or approved by ethics and other oversight bodies) - Both published and unpublished materials can be submitted.
Of interest are:
- Study protocols
- Documents on recruiting procedures
- Documents on consenting procedures
- Documents on data collection, transfer, processing, storage
- Documents on anonymising data
- Documents submitted to institutional ethics committees or governance bodies of participating organisations, including full submissions, participant information sheets, and consent forms.
If your protocol does not already include practical issues such as how you did your recordings, how the recruitment and consent processes were organized etc, please also include a description along with your entry.
We will include citation details for each document so that authors’ work can be appropriately credited.
If you have some materials and/or references you would like added to the wiki, please email email@example.com