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Objects, supports and instruments: multiple perspectives on the diversity of resources mobilized in interaction

Objets, supports, instruments : regards croisés sur la diversité des ressources mobilisées en interaction

International conference for PhD students and young researchers ICODOC 2017

Colloque international jeunes chercheurs ICODOC 2017

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Published on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 by João Fernandes

Summary

ICAR laboratory is organizing its second international multidisciplinary conference for young researchers (PhD candidates and PhDs) working in the fields of language sciences and education sciences: ICODOC 2017. This second edition of the conference has for theme “Objects, supports and instruments: multiple perspectives on the diversity of resourceas mobilized in interaction”.

Announcement

Organised by ICAR laboratory - UMR 5191 (CNRS, Lyon II University and ENS Lyon), 
it will be held on
 June 15- 16, 2017 in Lyon.

Argument

ICAR laboratory (Interactions, Corpus, Learning, Representations, UMR 5191) is specialized in multidimensional analysis of the uses of spoken language in interaction and of text. The particularities of the analytical approaches that are practiced and developed in our laboratory consist of a tool-based understanding of large corpora of texts, oral and written. Thus ICAR unites several research teams focusing on various scientific fields such as interactional linguistics, corpus linguistics, the study of acquisition and learning, language and science didactics, and French linguistics.

After a first edition in 2015 devoted to the methodological issues of complex corpora, ICAR laboratory is organizing its second international multidisciplinary conference for young researchers (PhD candidates and PhDs) working in the fields of the two disciplines that represent the laboratory’s areas of research – language sciences and education sciences. 

For this second 2017 edition, we wish to propose a common framework of reflection around the notion of resource from the point of view of language sciences and education sciences. For the participants, this will mean problematizing this notion according to their research perspectives.

Main themes

The contributions will be structured around the following three themes:

Theme #1  – doing with and doing without: the mobilized resources

This theme will question the ways in which the resources are involved in interactional and/or didactical situations, as well as in written corpora. Several questions can be raised:

  • What are the resources mobilized? How, why and for what purposes?
  • How can an object become a resource?
  • What about digital tools in written texts and in multimodal interactions and/or learning situations?
  • What are the effects of the use (or non-use) of a resource?

Theme #2 – make it do and make it say: intentionality and agency

Other questionings can consider the notions of intentionality and agency. We will thus be interested in the mobilization of various resources in ordinary interactional situations or learning/didactical situations, as well as in the analysis of a spoken or written discourse in general.

  • How do the actors mobilize the resources to direct an activity?
  • What are the resources used to guide learning? How can the interaction become a pedagogical or didactical resource?
  • What are the multimodal clues that can be used to request someone’s intervention or to offer one’s own help in an interactional situation?
  • How to describe discourse, as a resource, and its impact on the receiver (political, ideological, esthetical discourse, etc.).

Theme #3 – resources by and for the researcher

Furthermore the proposed communications can problematize the researcher’s theoretical and methodological positions when confronted with the notion of resource:

  • The corpora (written, spoken, multimodal) as a resource for the research: how does the researcher create and process his/her data?
  • What resources does the researcher use to present and promote his or her results? What choices, selections, hierarchy can be found in the organization of scientific discourse?
  • Objects, supports, instruments, and resources: what is the transversality of these notions and their definitions through the different fields of research?

The expected communications must provide a contribution to the question of the mobilization of various resources (material or non-material) in:

  • Interactions in various contexts;
  • Didactical and learning situations;
  • The interpretation and production of texts, objects and discourses (written, audio, video, images…).

This conference will allow PhD students and young PhDs to present their research and to confront their reflections with those of their colleagues from France and abroad; but also to create a network with other teams/laboratories from linguistics, didactics and other disciplines, and to reinforce existing networks.

Expected publications 

Accepted contributions (oral presentations or posters) will be offered the possibility of two kinds of publication:

  • Before the conference: the conference’s abstracts will be posted online (5000 characters with spaces + 5 bibliographical references maximum).
  • After the conference: the selected articles will be published on paper and digitally in a collective volume (in SHS Web of Conferences).

Format of contributions

We will accept two presentation formats either in French or in English:

  • oral presentations
  • posters

The contribution proposals will have to comprise an abstract (5000 characters maximum including spaces) and a short 5-reference bibliography (not included in the character count). Each participant may only submit one proposal (oral presentation or poster). Each contribution will be double-blindly evaluated. After the evaluations, the ICODOC scientific and organizing committees reserve the right to orient proposals toward either of these two formats:

  • Oral presentations will last 30 minutes (20 minutes of presentation + 10 minutes of discussion).
  • Posters will be printed in A0 format with portrait layout. Each participant will have 3 to 5 minutes (depending on the number of selected presentations) to present orally his/her poster in French or in English – during a session that will be planned in the conference program.

Deadline for submissions: 

December 15th, 2016 

on the website http://icodoc2017.sciencesconf.org

N.B. For foreign and non-financed PhD students who wish to submit a contribution to this conference, a financial subvention may be offered by the ASLAN Labex. In order to apply for this, the participant will have to send in addition to his/her online submission: 1) a letter detailing his/her motivation and justifying the importance of coming to this conference; 2) a CV; 3) a reference letter signed by the participant’s PhD’s director; 4) the above form (ICODOC_Demande-aide-financiere-doctorants-etrangers.docx), to be sent to the following address: icar-comdoc@listes.ens-lyon.fr. The ASLAN commission will then evaluate each financial subvention request and will announce its decision at the same time as the proposals’ notification of acceptance (in February 2017).

Organizational committee

  • Agnès BAILLY,   Administrator,   CNRS
  • Domitille CAILLAT,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon 2
  • Elizaveta CHERNYSHOVA,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon / ASLAN
  • Isabel COLON DE CARVAJAL,   Associate Professor,   ENS Lyon
  • Morgane DOMANCHIN,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon 2
  • Benjamin HOLT,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon / ASLAN
  • Samira IBNELKAID,   Docteure ATER,   University of Franche-Comté
  • Jean-Philippe MAITRE,   Post-Doctoral student,   ENS Cachan
  • Marine PELE-PEYCELON,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon 2
  • Vanessa PICCOLI,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon 2
  • Clément THIBERT,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon / ASLAN
  • Julien THIBURCE,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon 2
  • Biagio URSI,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon / ASLAN
  • Yiru XU,   Doctoral student,   University of Lyon 2

Scientific committee

  • ACIOLY-REGNIER Nadja,   Université Lyon 1,   Santé,Individu, Société
  • ALBERDIURKIZU Karmele,   Université de Grenade,   Dept. Philologie française
  • AVANZI Mathieu,   Universität Zürich,   Romanisches Seminar
  • AZAOUI Brahim,   Université d'Aix-Marseille - ESPE,   LPL
  • BADREDDINE Zeynab,   Université de Lyon,   ICAR
  • BALDAUF-QUILLIATRE Heike,   Université Lumière Lyon 2,   ICAR
  • BASSO Pierluigi,   Université Lumière Lyon 2,   ICAR
  • BAUDE Olivier,   Université Orléans,   LLL
  • BERTRAND Roxane,   Aix-MarseilleUniversité,   LPL
  • BEYAERT-GESLIN Anne,   Université Bordeaux-Montaigne,   ISIC
  • BLANC Nathalie,   ESPE-Université Lyon 1,   ICAR
  • COLÓN DE CARVAJAL Isabel,   ENS de Lyon,   ICAR
  • CROSS David,   Université Montpellier 2,   LIRDEF
  • DE STEFANI Elwys,   KU Leuven,   Multimodality, Interaction & Discourse
  • DENOUEL Julie,   Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3,   Praxiling
  • DUC Barbara,   Université de Lausanne,   IFFP
  • DUTHOIT Eugénie,   Dalian University of Foreign Languages, French Department
  • FERRARI Giovanni,   Dalian University of Foreign Languages, French Department
  • FILLIETTAZ Laurent,   Université de Genève,   Interaction & Formation (FPSE)
  • GALATOLO Renata, Université de Bologne, Dept. Philosophie et Communication
  • GUICHON Nicolas, Université Lumière Lyon 2, ICAR
  • HUCHETTE Michaël, Université Paris Est , Espé Créteil
  • IBNELKAÏD Samira, Université de Franche-Comté,   ELLIADD / associée ICAR
  • LAMBERT Patricia, ENS de Lyon,   ICAR
  • LUND Kristine, CNRS, ICAR
  • MAILLES-VIARD METZ Stéphanie, Université Paul-Valery - Montpellier 3, Praxiling
  • MAITRE Jean-Philippe, ENS Cachan, STEF 
  • MARKAKI-LOTHE Vassiliki, Université Grenoble Alpes, LSE
  • MARQUILLÓ LARRUY Martine, Université Lumière Lyon 2, ICAR
  • MAZUR-PALANDRE Audrey, ASLAN, ICAR
  • METRAL Jean-François, Eduter-Recherche Dijon,    
  • MONTE Michèle, Université du Sud Toulon Var, BABEL 
  • OLLAGNIER-BELDAME Magali,   CNRS,   ICAR
  • PARPETTE Chantal, Université Lumière Lyon 2, ICAR
  • PETITJEAN Cécile, Université de Neuchâtel, Centre de linguistique appliquée
  • RABATEL Alain,   ESPE-Université Lyon 1, ICAR
  • RAVAZZOLO Elisa, Universitéde Trente, Dept. Lettres et philosophie 
  • REMERY Vanessa, Université de Genève, Interaction & Formation (FPSE)
  • RIVIERE Véronique, Université Lumière Lyon 2, ICAR
  • ROSSI-GENSANE Nathalie,   Université Lumière Lyon 2, ICAR
  • TRAVERSO Véronique, CNRS, ICAR
  • ZINNA Alessandro, Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès,   LERASS

Places

  • ENS de Lyon - Salle conférences Buisson - 15 Parvis René Descartes
    Lyon, France (69007)

Date(s)

  • Thursday, December 15, 2016

Keywords

  • ressource, objet, instrument, support, interaction

Contact(s)

  • Commission des Doctorants ICAR
    courriel : icar-comdoc [at] listes [dot] ens-lyon [dot] fr

Information source

  • Elizaveta Chernyshova
    courriel : elizaveta [dot] chernyshova [at] univ-lyon2 [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Objects, supports and instruments: multiple perspectives on the diversity of resources mobilized in interaction », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, October 11, 2016, https://calenda.org/379480

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