This seminar and workshop focuses on transcription with the aim of investigating how different modes of digitally recorded social interaction can be remade on the printed page and page-like screen. We will explore what is sustained, gained and lost in transcribing embodied communication, and we will examine a selection of published transcripts, including those that consist of: Writing only; Drawing; Drawing with writing; Traced stills; and Photographic stills superimposed with or accompanied by writing.
In addition, ways in which transcripts are set out will be considered (e.g. tabular, narrative layouts).
Who is this seminar for?
This seminar is aimed at doctoral and new career researchers interested in developing their understanding of how the multimodality of social interaction can be re-presented in different modes of transcription
10.45-11:00 Registration + coffee/tea
11.00-12.30 Issues in multimodal transcription
13.15-14.15 Workshop: Exploring different approaches to multimodal transcription
14.30-16.00 How to make a multimodal transcript
Fees: PhD students: £30, staff at UK academic institutions, RCUK funded researchers, public sector staff and staff at registered charity organisations: £60
Please book a place online and the online registration page
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