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Workshop: Video studies of conversational aspects of video activities

Wann 01.07.2010 um 10:00 bis
02.07.2010 um 16:00
Wo FRIAS, Albertstr. 19
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Organisation: Mathias Broth (Linköping), Eric Laurier (Edinburgh), Lorenza Mondada (FRIAS Freiburg)



The last two decades have seen a rapid increase in the production and consumption of video by both professionals and amateurs. Video sequences have been recognized to powerfully both inform and display our understanding of real events in the world (cf. Jayyusi, 1988; Macbeth, 1999). The spread of practices of producing, circulating and viewing video have profound and complex effects on households, workplaces and research. Nevertheless, empirical studies of video practices still remain very scarce. By bringing together scholars who share an interest in the reception and production of video as the practical accomplishment of participants, the current panel intends to further the scientific reflection on how video works in, and for, the practical purposes of action-in-interaction. In an unusual twist we will use video records of video activities. The contributions to this panel will investigate how video may figure as a topic in, or as a resource for, communities of practice. Analytic themes to be explored include, but are not limited to:

a) the accountability and categorizing power of camera pans, shots and shots-in-sequences
b) coordination in post-production or live video editing
c) the reflexive relation between footage/shots/edited sequences and the emergent construction of turns and sequences of talk
d) use and design of video technology
e) mediation effects.

In addressing such matters, the panel will emphasize and demonstrate the relevance of multimodal practices such as gaze, pointings, body postures, and manipulations of objects and technology that may be as important as talk for the sequential achievement of intersubjectivity in human interaction.

Jayyusi, Lena, 1988. Toward a socio-logic of the film text. Semiotica 68, 271–296.
Macbeth, Douglas, 1999. Glances, trances, and their relevance for a visual sociology. In: Jalbert, P.L. (Ed.), Media Studies: Ethnomethodological Approaches. University Press of America, Lanham, pp. 135-170.



1st July

11:00 Introduction to workshop Mathias Broth, Eric Laurier & Lorenza Mondada

12:00 Lunch

13:30 Christian Licoppe, Julien Morel (Department of Social Science, Telecom ParisTech, Institut Telecom)
The production of meaningful shots in mobile video telephony as a collaborative accomplishment

14:30 Timothy Koschmann (Southern Illinois University, School of Medicine), Curtis LeBaron (Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Management)
The Agent's Perspective and the POV Shot

15:30 Break

16:00 Lorenza Mondada (FRIAS)
Using video in professional practices : manoeuvring endoscopic cameras during surgery

17:00 Philippe Sormani (University of Manchester), Alain Bovet (Institut Marcel Mauss - CEMS)
Do, film and analyze it yourself: practical insights from experimental
physics (I, II & III)

18:00 Oskar Lindwall & Jonas Ivarsson (Gothenburg), Looking inside a tooth

18:30 end


2nd July

09:30 Mathias Broth (Linköping University)
Going live. Accomplishing transitions from recordings to live coverage in TV- production

10:30 Mark Perry (Brunel University & Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm University), Oskar Juhlin & Arvid Engström (Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm University)
Mediated multi-stream media production: making sense of sense-making in distributed and multi-participant professional video production

11:00 Break

11:30 Paul McIlvenny (Aalborg University)
Video Interventions in ‘Everyday Life’: Localising, Translating and Stretching Conduct in Reality TV Parenting Programmes

12:30 Lunch

14:30 Eric Laurier (University of Edinburgh), Ignaz Strebel (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Wohnforum), Barry Brown (University of California, San Diego)
Proposal-acceptance pairs in editor-director collaboration

Other participants:
Jürgen Streeck (FRIAS/Austin)
Anja Stukenbrock (FRIAS)
Oskar Lindwall (LinCS, Gothenberg)
Jonas Ivarsson (LinCS, Gothenberg)
Maurice Nevile (CEDAM, Australian National University)
Elin Önnevall (