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CASAOpenDS7thMay2020
Type Data session
Categoryies (tags) Uncategorized
Dates 2020/05/07 - 2020/05/07
Link https://twitter.com/Jessica A Young/status/1255320255909564416
Address Online (AEDT time zone)
Geolocation
Abstract due
Submission deadline
Final version due
Notification date
Tweet RT: @Jessica_A_Young - OPEN ONLINE DATA SESSION: Dr Jonathan Crichton from @UniversitySA joins CASA to discuss how #EMCA findings may relate to broader #communication theory. Thurs 7th May 4-5.30pm AEDT. Some pre-reading required.
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CASA Open Invite Data Session 7th May 2020:


Details:

OPEN INVITE DATA SESSION: For our next CASA data session, Dr Jonathan Crichton from @UniversitySA is joining us to discuss how #EMCA findings may relate to broader #communication theory. Thursday 7th May from 4-5.30pm AEDT. Some pre-reading required. Contact for Zoom link!

PRE-READING:

Antaki, C. (@rolsi_journal), & Finlay, W. M. L. (@mickfinlay2)(2013). Trust in what others mean: breakdowns in interaction between adults with intellectual disabilities and support staff. In C. N. Candlin & J. Crichton (Eds.), Discourses of Trust: Palgrave Macmillan

This is a fascinating chapter (and relatively easy read) about how CA findings from #interaction between adults with intellectual disabilities and their support staff may relate to Gricean Pragmatics. So please do read it prior to the session and come prepared to discuss.

Dr Jonathan Crichton is Senior Lecturer in Applied Ling at @UniversitySA, and Visiting Fellow, Adelaide School of Medicine, @UniofAdelaide. He is President of @Aus_ALAA His research focuses on professional and organisational communication, particularly in health settings.