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June 12, 2009
Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/healthatwarwick/ioh_news/visit_by_professor/
The “bedrock elements” of conversational analysis (e.g., sequencing and turn taking) has largely fallen outside the domain of quantitative analysis. Nevertheless, a growing number of investigators have crossed paradigmatic convention to creatively investigate new ways of approaching the structure and design of the medical dialogue.
The objectives of this presentation are threefold: first, to explore dialogue sequence and turn taking from qualitative and quantitative perspectives; to consider practical, theoretical and methodological compatibility of these approaches; and to introduce a new paradigmatically hybrid approach to conceptualization and interpretation of the structure of medical dialogue through analysis of speaking turn duration, density and interactivity.
The presentation will be from 12:30pm on Wed, 17 June 2009.
Location: Ramphal Building, Room R1.04, University of Warwick
To book a place, please contact Jas Bains at firstname.lastname@example.org