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Video and the Analysis of Social Interaction
12/06/2017 - 13/06/2017
Franklin Wilkins Building, 150 Stamford Street, London
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Digital Video provides unprecedented opportunities for social science research, enabling the fine-grained analysis of social organisation, culture and communication. This two?day course provides practical guidance for researchers interested in the use of video to analyse social interaction in range of domains (incl. healthcare, technology, public places, workplaces, organisations, etc.). It will provide insights on:
(The course will not include training on the use of software packages)
The course tutors are Prof. Christian Heath, Prof. Paul Luff, Prof. Jon Hindmarsh and Dr Dirk vom Lehn.
Full fee: £375
The fee does not cover accommodation, but it does include lunch and refreshments on both days as well as an evening meal for all participants on the Monday evening.
Bursaries: Some bursary funds are available for PhD students based in UK universities to offset cost of tuition and will be divided among applicants who have been unable to obtain funding elsewhere.
Closing date for applications is Monday 27 March 2017
Prof Christian Heath, Prof Paul Luff, Prof Jon Hindmarsh, Dr Dirk vom Lehn
King's College London (DTC Course)
Advanced (specialised prior knowledge)
£375 The fee does not cover accommodation, but it does include lunch and refreshments on both days as well as an evening meal for all participants on the Monday evening.
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