ICCA2018 panel on Collecting, archiving and using data from sensitive and complex environments
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|Dates||2018/07/07 - 2018/07/15|
|Address||Loughborough University, UK|
|Geolocation||52° 46' 9", -1° 13' 29"|
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ICCA2018 panel on Collecting, archiving and using data from sensitive and complex environments:
Panel title: Collecting, archiving and using data from sensitive and complex environments
Co-conveners: Dr Wendy Archer, Dr Ruth Parry
Call for papers:
Conversation analysis is growing – increasingly data are collected and used not only to analyse complex and sensitive interactions, but also to build applications such as training resources. This panel will showcase and explore the development of practices for collecting, archiving, using, and re-using video and audio data from sensitive and complex environments. We invite contributions in two interrelated areas:
1. Data collection
Traditionally, conversation analysts have provided only limited descriptions of their data collection procedure. This can lead to questions about the data’s validity and study replicability. It also means conversation analysts ‘reinventing the wheel’ as they begin new studies. These matters are all the more important in sensitive and complex environments. Recently, researchers have begun to document data collection procedures (Mondada 2008, 2013; Parry, Pino et al. 2016). We invite contributions from researchers about their experiences and practices of data collecting.
2. Data archiving and re-use
The value of archiving data and re-using it is increasingly recognised by the scientific community and by funding bodies across the world. In the past conversation analysts have often been required to destroy data collected in sensitive environments (particularly healthcare); nowadays the increasing support for archiving provides the conversation analytic community with opportunities to safely reuse and share our – often hard won - data. We invite contributions from researchers who are actively involved in archiving data and/or in re-using archived data.
Please send expressions of interest and/or draft abstracts as soon as possible to Dr Wendy Archer (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will review full abstracts on Monday 25th September am.
Mondada, L. (2008). Video Recording as the Preservation of Fundamental Features for Analysis. Video Analysis. H. Knoblauch, J. Raab, H.-G. Soeffner and B. Schnettler. Bern, Lang: 51-68.
Mondada, L. (2013). The Conversation Analytic Approach to Data Collection. The Handbook of Conversation Analysis. J. Sidnell and T. Stivers. Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell.
Parry, R., M. Pino, C. Faull and L. Feathers (2016). "Acceptability and design of video-based research on healthcare communication: Evidence and recommendations." Patient Education and Counseling 99(8): 1271-1284.