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4. Introduction to the Jefferson system of transcription for qualitative research

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This one day course is a contemporary working introduction to the specialist Jefferson system for producing detailed transcripts of talk-in-interaction for social research. This course uses a blend of formal lectures, demonstrations, practical exercises and expert feedback.

 

Registration Fee £450

 

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Course Code

BZ3IJST

Course Leader

Dr Rebecca Barnes
Course Description

Participants will learn about the development of the Jefferson system - the art of “technically trapping” conversation - commonly used in conversation analytic research and be familiar with Jeffersonian transcription conventions. By the end of the course participants will have gained experience in carefully observing talk-in-interaction. Importantly they will also have gained knowledge and practical skills in how to apply the standard conventions to transcribe recordings of naturalistic talk either in their own projects or to support the analytic process for other qualitative researchers.

This course is led by Dr Rebecca Barnes, and a team of experienced and approachable tutors. It is open to anyone who would like to understand the central elements behind the Jefferson system of transcription, how it differs from standard orthographic (verbatim) or ‘play-script’ transcripts, and to develop their own practical skills in using it to transcribe recordings of naturalistic talk. Participants do not need to have any previous experience, skills or knowledge, although involvement in, or future ambitions towards using the system would make the course more relevant.

Content:

  1. What is Jeffersonian transcription and how does it differ from other approaches?
  2. How to use the Jefferson system to transcribe naturalistic data.
  3. Practicum and feedback.

Learning outcomes:

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Recall the history and central elements of the standard Jefferson system of transcription
  2. Recognise the most common conventions used in Jeffersonian transcription
  3. Apply practical skills in using the Jefferson system to transcribe recordings of talk-in-interaction

Course delivery:

Please note that teaching sessions for this online course will involve you participating in live, interactive Zoom sessions, which will fall between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00 UK time. We are very happy to welcome bookings wherever you are internationally, but please make sure that you are able to attend video calls between these hours.

Course tutors:

Dr Rebecca Barnes

Dr Charlotte Albury

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