Piotr Węgorowski

Piotr Węgorowski

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Ethics and vulnerability in linguistic ethnography

Posted on 11 June 2019 by Piotr Węgorowski

by Kate Steel My ongoing PhD research focuses on police-victim interaction during first-response call-outs in England and Wales. I take a qualitative, discourse-analytical approach to examining police body-worn video footage, supported by ethnographic research involving officers and victims who have first-hand experience of such encounters. Clearly, research involving such sensitive personal data entails significant ethical
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Exploring ethics in repatriation research

Posted on 29 April 2019 by Piotr Węgorowski

by Katy Brickley My research explores how linguistic inequality occurs – and is challenged – within Assisted Voluntary Return (AVR) repatriation programmes for asylum seekers and irregular migrants. I focus on applicants’ opportunities to make informed decisions about their return.  For those who have not come across AVR before, the programmes are described by IOM (International Organization for Migration), the largest global provider of AVR,
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Future dates in 2016

Posted on 18 October 2016 by Piotr Węgorowski

After a great discussion following the fist session of the current academic year, during which Klara Abdi from the University of British Columbia got us thinking about researcher’s roles, we are pleased to confirm the dates of the next following dates of our next meetings: 16 November Piotr Wegorowski 14 December Amal Hallak As always,
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Broken light bulb on a wood floor.

LEDS during 2015-2016!

Posted on 15 October 2015 by Piotr Węgorowski

It was with great excitement that we reconvened in the new academic year on the 14th October. Although the group was small, we managed to make up for the size in the quality of discussion. We were also pleased to welcome a new member – Banan, who has recently started her MA in Applied Linguistics
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