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LINGUIST List 21.171

Mon Jan 11 2010

Confs: General Ling, Ling Theories/Denmark

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        1.    Katrine Reiff Sano, Methodology of Linguistic Research

Message 1: Methodology of Linguistic Research
Date: 10-Jan-2010
From: Katrine Reiff Sano <gradeasthum.ku.dk>
Subject: Methodology of Linguistic Research
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Methodology of Linguistic Research

Date: 15-Mar-2010 - 19-Mar-2010
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Contact: Katrine Reiff Sano
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://english.gradeast.dk/courses/methodology2010/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories

Meeting Description:

This course aims at giving the participants an introduction to the basic methodologies available in research into language and discourse. The first day will be devoted to the general theory of science as it pertains to research into language and discourse. Central aspects of the collection and treatment of data will be discussed, with an attempt to create a common overview and a first acquaintance with the many theoretical and methodological approaches that are applied in the PhD projects present at the course. The three following days will take us into the methods traditionally used in formal, functional, computational, cognitive and socio-linguistic approaches. The fifth and final day we will again try to combine the general with the specific and discuss how the different approaches relate to each other, and whether 'I' learnt something that might be advantageously applied in my project from enlarging my acquaintance with other paradigms and approaches. In order to secure the realism of this course framework and a red thread throughout, the same two teachers, Tore Kristiansen and Pia Quist, will be present during the whole course.

Registration:

Before February 1st, 2010. Please fill out this registration form and send an abstract of your project to Gradeast administrator Katrine Reiff Sano at gradeasthum.ku.dk.

Credits:

4 ECTS. A course certificate will be issued to participants who have participated in at least 80% of the course.

Grants:

A limited number of International Student Travel Grants are available to participants from Nordic and Baltic countries through the NordLing network and will be awarded on a 'first come, first served' basis. Danish students cannot apply for these grants. Students must apply for International Student Travel Grants directly to NordLing. See the NordLing website: http://groups.google.com/group/nordling/ (see 'Participants' and 'Grants').

Course coordinators: Tore Kristiansen, Pia Quist
Course secretary: Katrine Reiff Sano

Monday 15th
General Theory of Science as it Pertains to Research into Language and Discourse. Data Collection and Data Analysis. Overview of Projects.
Teachers: Tore Kristiansen and Pia Quist

Tuesday 16th
Sociolinguistics and Conversational Analysis
Teachers: Tore Kristiansen and Pia Quist (morning)
Teacher: Johannes Wagner (afternoon)

Wednesday 17th
Functional and Cognitive Linguistics
Teacher: Elisabeth Engberg-Pedersen (morning)
Teacher: Lars Heltoft (afternoon)

Thursday 18th
Formal and Computational Linguistics
Teacher: Matthias Buch-Kromann

Friday 19th
From Abstract Theory and Methodology to Specific Parameters and Approaches: Did 'I' Learn Anything that will Benefit my Work on My Own Project?
Teachers: Tore Kristiansen and Pia Quist


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