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AWIA symposium 2022

Het eerstvolgende AWIA-symposium voor Nederlandse en Belgische onderzoekers en onderzoekers die werken met Nederlandstalige data vindt plaats op 6 en 7 oktober 2022. Dit symposium zal worden georganiseerd door de onderzoeksgroep Communicatie aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Het thema is Emotion in interaction.


Download het programma: Program AWIA table

Thursday October 6

Room HG-06A00 (Main Building, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)


10:30–11:00 Registration and coffee
11:00 –12:15 Keynote by Prof. Jonathan Potter on “Anger in Interaction”




13:15–13:45 Myrte Gosen, Sofie van der Meij & Nynke van Schepen

Experts’ responses with epistemic disclaimers in live interviews on COVID-19

13:45–14:15 Peter Muntigl & Lynda Chubak

Responding to in-the-moment distress in psychotherapy

14:15–14:45 Harrie Mazeland

Mid-turn “ja” (yes) as a repair preface

14:45–15:15 Don Weenink & Rene Tuma

How to start a fight. A qualitative video analysis of the trajectories toward violence
based on phone-camera recorded fights

15:15–15:30 Coffee Break
15:30–17:30 Data session + workshop with Jonathan Potter and Alexa Hepburn



Friday October 7

Room HG-08A33 (Main Building, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)


9:30–10:00 Coffee
10:00-10:30 Mario Veen & Sven Schaepkens

The (im)possibility of a discursive psychological approach to reflection in education



Alyanne Barkmeijer, Hedwig te Molder, Harriët Jager-Wittenaar & Joyce Lamerichs

“I directly started to eat full-cream yoghurt and fatty products”: clients’ displays of
self-help to history-taking questions in dietitian-client consultations concerning malnutrition

11:00–11:30 Jana DeClerq en Lotte van Poppel

The dynamic use of metaphor in chronic pain consultation

11:30–12:00 Tessa van Charldorp, Michelle Spek, Carmen Erkelens & Esther de Groot

Displaying concerns within telephone triage conversations of callers with chest
discomfort in out-of-hours primary care

12:00-13:00 Lunch


13:00-13:30 Guusje Jol & Wyke Stommel

If-without-then hypothetical questions as a way to practice ground rules in police
interviews with child witnesses

13:30–14:00 Maria Eleonora Sciubba & Virginia Calabria

Building up anger in interaction: embodied and linguistic resources for managing
emotions in institutional settings

14:00–14:30 Marije van Braak & Sven Schaepkens

When others invite you to share the emotional side of experiences: Introducing and
exploring emotion in reflection sessions between GPs in training

14:30-15:00 Evi Dalmaijer, Wyke Stommel, Berber Pas & Wilbert Spooren

Digital interaction between occupational therapists and parents of children with a
motor disability

15:00-15:15 Coffee break


15:15-15:45 Iris van der Scheer, Jamie Ross, Shoba Poduval, Geraldine Leydon & Fiona Stevenson

How are mental health concerns presented and pursued in primary care consultations?

15:45-16:15 Anouk van der Pas

Resistance in charitable cold calls



Past symposia

2020 online, organized by Erasmus Medical Centre
keynote speaker: Timothy Koschmann (Southern Illinois University)
theme: instruction and interaction

2018 Radboud University Nijmegen
keynote speaker: Anssi Peräkylä (University of Helsinki)
theme: interactie in psychotherapie en empathie

2016 Ghent University
keynote speaker: Jack Sidnell (University of Toronto)
theme: Actions

2014 UU Utrecht
keynote speaker: Lorenza Mondada (University of Basel)
theme: Embodied interaction

2012 RuG Groningen
keynote speaker: Elizabeth Stokoe (Loughborough University)
theme: Applying Conversation Analysis

2010 VU Amsterdam
keynote speaker: Geoffrey Raymond  (University of California, Santa Barbara)
theme: ‘Interactie in institutionele settings’

2007 RuG Groningen
keynote speaker: Tanya Stivers (MPI Nijmegen)
theme: cultuur, moraliteit en interactie

2005 UU Utrecht
keynote speaker: Paul Drew  (York University), met Gail Jefferson als special guest
theme: bewust geen specifiek theme

2003 WU Wageningen
keynote speaker: Derek Edwards (Loughborough University)
theme: psychological categories as participants’ resources

2001 VU Amsterdam
keynote speaker: Charles Antaki  (Loughborough University)
theme: identity in talk

1999 RuG Groningen
keynote speaker: Jörg  Bergmann (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen)
theme: cultuur, moraliteit en interactie

1997 UFSiA Antwerpen
keynote speaker: Rodney Watson (University of Manchester)
theme: controversies over / in CA.

1996 UU Utrecht
keynote speaker: Doug Maynard  (Indiana University)
theme: methodology

1995 VU Amsterdam
keynote speaker: Anita Pomerantz (Temple University, Philadelphia)
theme: (didactische) toepasbaarheid van c.a.-onderzoek

1993 RuG Groningen
keynote speaker: Alan Firth (Aalborg)
theme: onderhandelen