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Full Title: Complementary Perspectives on the Multimodal Analysis of Oral Video Corpora
Location: Paris, France
Start Date: 24-May-2013 - 24-May-2013
Contact: Pauline Beaupoil
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting Description: You are cordially invited to attend our workshop 'Complementary
perspectives on the multimodal analysis of oral video corpora'. The
workshop will take place at the Institut du Monde Anglophone, Université
Sorbonne Nouvelle on Friday May 24, 2013 (5, rue de l'Ecole-de-médecine,
75006 Paris, France). The description and program are below.

This workshop is organized by members of the group Semantics and Syntax,
Language in Action (SeSyLiA) within the PRISMES research lab. The languages
of the workshop are English and French.

We look forward to seeing you, and please don't hesitate to inform others
about this event! Apologies for multiple postings.

Organisers (Sorbonne Nouvelle): Camille Debras, Pauline Beaupoil, Simon

Free participation, but limited places – please register by email with
Pauline Beaupoil:

Workshop Description:

The goal of this workshop is to explore multimodal communication in oral
video corpora from complementary perspectives. Through the analysis of
examples, the speakers will demonstrate how they examine the way people
draw on diverse modalities to create meaning in interaction, with a
particular focus on the integration of speech (verbal and vocal aspects)
and communicative bodily action (facial expressions, posture, and gesture).
The challenge is to untangle the complexity of multimodal analysis and the
variety of forms it involves. We hope this workshop will provide a forum
for discussion of the problems that multimodality researchers encounter, as
well as facilitate exchange on the methods they use to account for the
inter-subjective construction of meaning during face-to-face communication.
Linguistic Subfield: Discourse Analysis; Applied Linguistics
Subject Language: None
LL Issue: 24.1851

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