We were extremely excited to welcome Professor Celia Roberts from King’s College in our group. Celia led a session on her research on job interviews which triggered a fruitful discussion. In particular we discussed what counts as primary and secondary data as well as the social impact such research could have with job seekers from diverse backgrounds, businesses and policy makers.
- LEDS Session 30th October 2019 – Discussion of recently published work in linguistic ethnography
- Introducing linguistic ethnography – LEDS first session of 2019-20
- LEDS first session of 2019-20: Introducing linguistic ethnography – Wednesday 16th October
- Interactional Sociolinguistics and Linguistic Ethnography: Considering the Relationship
- Ethics and vulnerability in linguistic ethnography