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LINGUIST List 16.1277

Thu Apr 21 2005

Support: Discourse Analysis: PhD Student, Open University

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        1.    Guy Cook, Discourse Analysis: PhD Student, Open University, UK, United Kingdom


Message 1: Discourse Analysis: PhD Student, Open University, UK, United Kingdom
Date: 19-Apr-2005
From: Guy Cook <g.cookopen.ac.uk>
Subject: Discourse Analysis: PhD Student, Open University, UK, United Kingdom


University or Organization: Open University, UK
Job Rank: PhD
Department: Education and Language/ Technology
Specialty Areas: Discourse Analysis

Description:

PhD Studentship - The Discourse of Genomics
Faculty of Technology in collaboration with the Faculty of Education and
Language Studies.

Applications are invited for a three year full time studentship starting in
October 2005. The project will benefit from connections with the ESRC
Centre for the Study of Social and Economic Aspects of Innovation in
Genomics (INNOGEN), co-directed by the Open University and the University
of Edinburgh.

The studentship covers fees and provides a maintenance grant, which will be
£12,000 in the 2005-2006 academic year. Candidates should have a good BA
or BSc (Hons) degree, and preferably a master's degree, in a relevant
area. Applications from candidates with germane NGO, business, or other
work experience are also welcome.

The student will undertake qualitative research on the language and social
construction of innovations in genomics, and the politics of such
constructions. He or she will explore these issues through comparisons of
genomics controversies such as those over GM crops, medical practices
including genetic screening and testing, and stem cell research.

The project will be co-supervised by Dr Peter Robbins:

http://www.open.ac.uk/personalpages/p.t.robbins/

and Professor Guy Cook:

http://fels-staff.open.ac.uk/guy-cook/

Deadline for applications is May 20, 2005.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Robbins (p.t.robbinsopen.ac.uk) or
Professor Cook (g.cookopen.ac.uk).

Further particulars and application packs are available from:

Catherine McNulty
Development Policy and Practice
Faculty of Technology
The Open University
Walton Hall
MILTON KEYNES
MK7 6AA
Email: c.mcnultyopen.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1908 653651

You can also download further particulars at:

http://technology.open.ac.uk/deanery/recruit.htm

Please quote the reference number RDFO and state where you saw this post
advertised.

We promote diversity in employment and welcome applications from all
sections of the community.

Address for Applications:
Professor Guy Cook
g.cookopen.ac.uk
01908 653422

Catherine McNulty
Faculty of Technology
The Open University
Milton Keynes MK7 6AA
United Kingdom
Website: http://www.open.ac.uk/research-school/prospectus/index.shtml

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