LINGUIST List 30.1508

Fri Apr 05 2019

Confs: Cog Sci, Lang Acquisition, Lang Doc, Psycholing, Socioling/Germany

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Date: 31-Mar-2019
From: Christian Rathmann <christian.rathmannhu-berlin.de>
Subject: Doing Reproducible and Rigorous Science with Deaf Children, Deaf Communities, and Sign Languages: Challenges and Opportunities
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Doing Reproducible and Rigorous Science with Deaf Children, Deaf Communities, and Sign Languages: Challenges and Opportunities

Date: 23-Sep-2019 - 23-Sep-2019
Location: Berlin, Germany
Contact: Christian Rathmann
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.deafxlab.com/berlin2019/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Language Acquisition; Language Documentation; Psycholinguistics; Sociolinguistics

Meeting Description:

In the past few years, there has been a renewed push to adopt “Open Science” practices and to address the reproducibility and replicability of scientific findings. These practices are now starting to gain traction in Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies, although work with low incidence populations and endangered and minority languages brings with it challenges to successful adoption of these “best” practices.

In a pre-conference meeting before the main TISLR13 conference, we will bring together experienced and new researchers to discuss scientific practices within the fields of Sign Language Linguistics and Deaf Studies, including scholars from the fields of Cognitive Science, Education, Sociology and other allied disciplines. Our goal is to learn about current practices within the field that promote transparency and replication, and to discuss potential new models of conducting research that will increase scientific rigor and enhance the quality and impact of our research. The goal is to move toward a set of Deaf-informed, community-appropriate, best scientific practices for our field.





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