29.3003, Calls: Discourse Analysis/Germany

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Subject: 29.3003, Calls: Discourse Analysis/Germany

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Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2018 17:30:53
From: Thomas Spranz-Fogasy [spranz at ids-mannheim.de]
Subject: International Conference on Conversation Analysis

 
Full Title: International Conference on Conversation Analysis 
Short Title: ICCAP 2019 

Date: 20-Jun-2019 - 23-Jun-2019
Location: Berlin, Germany 
Contact Person: Michael Buchholz
Meeting Email: info at iccap-2019-ipu-berlin.de
Web Site: http://www.iccap-2019-ipu-berlin.de 

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis 

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2018 

Meeting Description:

We invite conversation analysts and psychotherapists to participate in the
conference “Talking & Cure – A Binocular View on Psychotherapeutic
Interaction” at the International Psychoanalytic University (IPU) in Berlin,
Germany.


Call for Papers:

“Talking Cure” is the term invented by one of Freud’s earliest patients. In
recent years the scope of this term has become increasingly apparent: after
all, talking happens in psychotherapies of all kinds! From a CA-perspective,
it is “talk-in-interaction”. Terms like “intervention” – widely used in
psychotherapeutic circles – do not have an “effect” unless the conversational
environment is prepared – by talk.

But what is it that cures?

How does it come about that sometimes after a good conversation another view
on difficult problems emerges, another cognition results from this talk?
Conversation Analysts and Psychotherapists are invited to present papers in
panels, to come together to discuss subtle problems, to present stimulating
material, to examine methods of study, and to compare theoretically diverging
approaches. Looking at what cures from the interactional and from the
psychotherapeutic perspectives will help us to take home a binocular view of
the therapeutic endeavour.

We accept abstract submissions until December 31, 2018

The online form for your abstract submission will be provided as soon as
possible.
Please try another day or contact us: info at iccap-2018-ipu-berlin.de

Call for Papers Webpage:
https://www.iccap-2019-ipu-berlin.de/abstract-submission/




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