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  • MOOD 2017 at IPrA Belfast, Northern Ireland – call for abstracts

    We invite abstract submissions to the panel The micro-analysis of online data (MOOD): Using discourse and conversation analytic methods to analyse online interaction at the 15th International Pragmatics Conference to be held in Belfast, Northern Ireland, 16-21 July 2017. The abstract for the panel is …

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  • CfP MOOD-S 2016 now available

    CALL FOR PAPERS ONLINE DISCOURSE, TALK AND INTERACTION 4th International, Interdisciplinary Symposium: Microanalysis Of Online Data (MOOD-S) Media City UK, University of Salford, UK | 15th-16th September 2016 The Microanalysis Of Online Data (MOOD) network is an interdisciplinary group of scholars who explore theoretical and …

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  • MOOD 2016, Salford UK

    Save the date: MOOD 2016 will be held on September 15-16 at MediaCityUK and hosted by Media Psychology@Salford. Jo Meredith and colleagues are the local organisors. More information will follow asap.

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  • ROLSI post on MOOD Zürich

    View a post about the 2015 MOOD symposium on the ROLSI Blog here.

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  • Computer-mediated health communication: Perspectives from ethnography and discourse analysis

    9th November 2015, Hosted by the Language Centre School of Language, Linguistics, and Film, Queen Mary University of London This first SIG workshop will focus on the theme of computer mediated health communication taking a broad view of the diverse digital contexts in which health …

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  • CfP: abstracts for Language and Health Online, Basel April 15-16, 2016

    Please note the Call for Papers for a conference on Language and Health Online, to be held in Basel on April 15-16, 2016.  Language and Health Online Typing yourself healthy April 15-16, 2016 University of Basel, Switzerland In the last decades the Internet has evolved …

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  • CfP: The Ethics of Online Research Methods

    CALL FOR PAPERS The Ethics of Online Research Methods ​Cardiff University, 16-17 April, 2015 Today, more than ever, data are widely accessible, visible, and searchable for research in digital media contexts. At the same time, new data types and collection methods challenge existing approaches to …

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