Using video data for studying social interaction
MAX. NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:
30 (total) of which max. 10 (outside of University of Oulu)
The aims of this 5-day workshop are to broaden the participants’ understanding of different procedures or techniques involved in the analysis of video data of human interaction, and to critically appraise the affordances and challenges involved in investigating human interaction through the use of video data. By attending this workshop participants will: 1. Become familiar with qualitative and quantitative approaches suitable for the analysis of video data, 2. Understand procedures and complexities involved in assessing the reliability of coding schemes, 3. Explore different ways of representing and reporting qualitative and quantitative analyses resulting from the investigation of video data, 4. Critically appraise opportunities and challenges emerging from the analysis of human interaction using video data.
MODE OF DELIVERY:
All workshop sessions will be structured around the following main steps: 1. Discussion of pre-read material and activation of prior knowledge or experience, 2. Hands-on group work based on video excerpts provided by the workshop facilitator. Each session will require groups to engage in different aspects of video-analysis using a pre-selected dataset, 3. Sharing findings, reflections, and feedback by facilitator.
Provided during the course
Pre-readings and active participation during the course.
PhD Deborah Pino-Pasternak (Murdoch University)
Hanna Järvenoja, hanna.jarvenoja(at)oulu.fi
Last updated: 8.4.2016