23.1678, Confs: Text/Corpus Linguistics/France

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Subject: 23.1678, Confs: Text/Corpus Linguistics/France

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Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2012 10:36:48
From: Sylvie Bruxelles [sylvie.bruxelles at univ-lyon2.fr]
Subject: Sequence: from Adjacency Pair to Interactional Activity

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Sequence: from Adjacency Pair to Interactional Activity 
Short Title: SEQ-i 

Date: 18-Jun-2012 - 21-Jun-2012 
Location: Lyon, Rhone, France 
Contact: Véronique Traverso 
Contact Email: veronique.traverso at univ-lyon2.fr 

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

Training institute : SEQ-i - Sequence : from adjacency pair to interactional activities

The fifth summer school organized by ICAR-ASLAN (Lyon) / Hermann Paul School of Language Sciences (Basel-Freiburg) offers theoretical and practical training in analyzing interactional data. This year, the training will focus on the sequential organization of interaction. Detailed information is available at the website address : http://icar.univ-lyon2.fr/ecole_thematique/seq-i/. The deadline for registration is 30-April-2012

Ecole d'été ICAR-ASLAN (Lyon) / Hermann Paul School of Language Sciences (Basel-Freiburg)
SEQ-i - Séquences en interaction : de la paire adjacente aux activités complexes
L'école d'été SEQ-i, qui se déroulera à Lyon du 18 au 21 juin 2012, est organisée conjointement par le laboratoire ICAR de Lyon et par l'école doctorale HPSLS (Herman Paul School of Language Sciences) de Bâle/Freiburg.

Faisant suite aux précédentes écoles thématiques organisées depuis 5 ans par le laboratoire ICAR, l'école SEQ-i est consacrée à une formation avancée sur l'organisation de l'interaction en séquences en tant que formes emblématiques de l'ordre dans l'interaction. Cette dimension permet de revisiter la question des unités constitutives de l'interaction et celle des enchaînements inter-tours, et de montrer la manière dont les participants eux-mêmes segmentent et articulent leur parole en train de se faire. La structuration séquentielle sera abordée dans ses formes minimales (paires adjacentes) et dans des formes plus complexes : séquences étendues, faisant intervenir des pré-séquences et des post-séquences, voire des activités plus élaborées comme par exemple le storytelling.

La formation se veut à la fois pratique et théorique : elle fera alterner des exposés magistraux, des présentations de recherches sur les différentes dimensions abordées, et des ateliers permettant la manipulation d'outils et de données, ou la mise en commun d'analyses. L'école entend mettre en contact les chercheurs débutants et confirmés travaillant dans le champ de l'interaction.

Vous trouverez toutes les informations sur le site de l'école : http://icar.univ-lyon2.fr/ecole_thematique/seq-i/

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