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LINGUIST List 21.191

Tue Jan 12 2010

Calls: General Ling, Ling Theories/Denmark

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        1.    Katrine Reiff Sano, Methodology of Linguistic Research

Message 1: Methodology of Linguistic Research
Date: 11-Jan-2010
From: Katrine Reiff Sano <gradeasthum.ku.dk>
Subject: Methodology of Linguistic Research
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Full Title: Methodology of Linguistic Research

Date: 15-Mar-2010 - 19-Mar-2010
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Contact Person: Katrine Reiff Sano
Meeting Email: gradeasthum.ku.dk
Web Site: http://english.gradeast.dk/courses/methodology2010/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2010

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.

Call for Papers

We accept applications from PhD students, i.e. graduate students who have
finished an MA and are working on a PhD project. Information about admittance
will be sent out to applicants shortly after February 1st.

Abstract:
Applicants should write a maximum two pages description of their project, outlining:
(1) the stage of the project (whether you are just beginning or perhaps close to
finishing)
(2) the research question
(3) the theoretical framework
(4) the kind(s) of data that have been or will be collected
(5) the methods that have been or will be used to collect the data
(6) the methods that have been or will be used to analyse the data

These descriptions from the 20 admitted applicants will be posted on this
website in order to give all participants the opportunity to acquaint themselves
with the gamut of research interests involved at the 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.

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