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2002 Research Seminar Program
WAIER cordially invites you to an afternoon seminar to be held at Murdoch University in the Staff Common Room (Education & Humanities Building room 2.21). Park in Carpark 4 or 5 - free after 4.15 pm
Tuesday October 8th, 4.30-6.00 pm
Qualitative data analysis and classroom talkAlec McHoul
Alec McHoul is Professor of Communication and Cultural Studies at Murdoch University. He has worked extensively in various fields of qualitative research, including ethnomethodology and conversation analysis. Some of this work has involved the analysis of interaction in classrooms and other institutional settings. He has published in the areas of discourse analysis, cultural theory, literary studies and technology. His most recent books include Semiotic Investigations (Nebraska), Popular Culture and Everyday Life (Sage; with Toby Miller) and an edited collection, How to Analyse Talk in Institutional Settings (Continuum; with Mark Rapley).
In this workshop, Alec will introduce various aspects of how qualitative work is done, with specific emphasis on classroom talk and related topics. He will also discuss the use of relational databases in the analysis of qualitative materials of various kinds. The workshop will be interactive, involving discussion of participants' own research questions.
For further information contact Susan Beltman on 9360 2626 firstname.lastname@example.org
Light refreshments will be provided (WAIER members: free; Non-members: gold coin donation towards refreshments).