Two day workshop on Applied CA, Loughborough, Feb 2017

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Type Training
Categoryies (tags) Uncategorized
Dates 2017/02/02 - 2017/02/03
Address Loughborough University, UK
Geolocation 52° 45' 54", -1° 14' 3"
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Two day workshop on Applied CA, Loughborough, Feb 2017:


Two-day Workshop on Applied CA

Led by Paul Drew and Laura Thompson

Thursday-Friday 2nd-3rd February 2017.

This is an ESRC-supported advanced postgraduate training workshop in applied Conversation Analysis (CA), to be held in the Social Sciences Department, Loughborough University on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd February 2017. The programme will include lectures by both Paul Drew and Laura Thompson on some of the central issues in conducting applied research using CA. There will also be plenty of opportunity for gaining hands-on experience of working with data, and of developing results that have practical applications, for both practice and training.

The workshop will begin at 10.30 on the first day (2nd February) and end at 5.30pm on the second day (3rd February). There will not be any preparation necessary for the workshop. There is no course registration fee for this workshop, so it is offered free of charge to all participants. 5 ESRC-funded bursaries will be available for UK students not studying at Loughborough University, to cover all travel and accommodation; these bursaries will be allocated competitively. 5 further places are reserved for Loughborough University students. Numbers will be limited so as to ensure maximum opportunities for participation and discussion, and working on data in small groups.


Please register HERE :

As this is an advanced training workshop, participants will be expected to have some background and previous training in CA, either at undergraduate or postgraduate level. If you are unsure about your eligibility, please don't hesitate to contact Paul Drew ( for advice.