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国际会话分析研究会(ISCA)

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About ISCA The International Society for Conversation Analysis (ISCA) is an independent faculty-and-student-based professional association in higher education, designed to serve the needs of scholars of language and social interaction acros
  

 

About ISCA


The International Society for Conversation Analysis (ISCA) is an independent faculty-and-student-based professional association in higher education, designed to serve the needs of scholars of language and social interaction across a variety of disciplines and applications.Founded in 2010, the Society seeks to provide its members with resources to advance the field by circulating findings, creating better courses, strengthening research, and creating a collective voice for the development and application of professional findings.

A major aim of ISCA is to encourage and enhance interdisciplinary research into the structure and dynamics of social interaction through the creation of a multi-disciplinary community of scholars. From its beginning, the organization has been committed to the notion that broad advances in the understanding of social interaction require disciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches to research and learning.
ISCA is committed to achieving these goals by
  • promoting conversation analysis as an approach to the study of social interaction on a global level
  • cooperating with national and regional societies studying language and social interaction
  • inviting and supporting the institutionalization of conversation analysis as a recognized academic field at universities, research and teaching institutions on all levels
  • building and archiving data corpora
  • creating a context in which members can network about academic and related positions and research opportunities
  • organizing regular general conferences (every two to four years)
  • organizing and supporting summer schools and specialized meetings on conversation analysis and the broader study of social interaction
  • supporting student and faculty training in conversation analysis
ISCA Board: 2010-2014

President:
 
John Heritage (University of California, Los Angeles)
 
Vice President:
 
Paul Drew (University of York)
 
Information Officer:
 
Paul ten Have (University of Amsterdam)
 
Secretary:
 
Lorenza Mondada (University of Basel)
 
Financial Officer:
 
Virginia Teas Gill (Illinois State University)
 
Local Organizing Chair:
 
Tanya Stivers (University of California, Los Angeles)
 
Past President:
 
Arnulf Deppermann (University of Mannheim)
 

 

The History and Development of ISCA
Objective
The field of conversation analysis was founded in the 1960s by sociologists working at the University of California, Los Angeles.It was characterized by slow and incremental development during the 1970s when the earliest conferences occurred, hosted at Boston University by the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis under the leadership of Professor George Psathas.These conferences, while not interdisciplinary, were certainly attended by representatives of many disciplines, including anthropology, communication studies, ethology, linguistics and applied linguistics, psychology and sociology. Gratifying as this variety was, it also reflected the fact that the analysis of conversational interaction abuts all these disciplinary fields but was not recognized as central to any of them. ISCA was inaugurated to help counterbalance the centrifugal tendencies of the various disciplines on the conceptualization of interaction, and to provide a non-disciplinary forum for the representation of its core notions.
History
The impetus for the creation of ISCA came from faculty members at the University of California, Los Angeles, led by John Heritage and Tanya Stivers. The context was a sequence of international conferences on conversation analysis held quadrenially from 2002 to 2010.The first of these, held in Copenhagen in 2002 and organized by Mie Femø Nielsen, programmed approximately 160 papers and was attended by upwards of 300 scholars. The subsequent conference, held in Helsinki in 2006 and organized by Marja-Leena Sorjonen and Auli Hakulinen, had twice as many papers, and a third conference, organized in Mannheim by Arnulf Deppermann, programmed still more presentations and was attended by some 600 scholars. By this point it was apparent that the successes of earlier conferences were not a 'flash in the pan' and that a large and coherent group of scholars with a variety of research interests on the topics of conversation analysis needed an organization to provide a context for the development of their common field. ISCA was born from this recognition, and over 300 members participated in the constitution of the Society and the first elections for Board members at the conclusion of the Mannheim meetings.
ISCA's Organization
ISCA is incorporated as a public benefit corporation in the state of California. It is presently going through a bureaucratic process through which, as a non-profit organization, it will be exempted from taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the US tax code. This will also allow donors to claim the costs of supporting ISCA against taxes.
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