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[xmca] FW: [LING-ETHNOG] Studentships in multimodality

Three ESRC Phd 3 year studentships
ESRC National Centre for Research Methods Node:Multimodal Methods for Researching Digital Data and Digital Environments
INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, University of London, UK

Appication closing date: 16th May 2011

We are seeking applicants for three ESRC three-year PhD studentship. The studentships are
linked to the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) node on 'Multimodal
Methods for Researching Digital Data and Digital Environments' (Directed by Professor Carey
Jewitt). The studentships will commence in October 2011.

The PhD studentship will examine the following topics:

The Kineikonic Mode: Developing A Multimodal Theory Of The Moving Image (Supervised by Professor Andrew Burn)

Multimodal transcription in primary classroom digital learning environments  (Supervised by Dr Diane Mavers)

Researching digital communication and learning within social networking environments  (Supervised by Dr Neil Selwyn and Professor Carey Jewitt)

Details for each of these PhD studentships and information on how to apply is given at:

Funding Details: Studentships will cover Home/EU tuition fees and pay a stipend (£15,590
for 2011/12) for a period of up to 3 years.

Eligibility: Applicants should hold a minimum of a UK Honours Degree at 2:1 level or
equivalent in Social Science or any other relevant subject and a postgraduate research
training Master's degree recognised by the ESRC or must demonstrate that the level of
training already undertaken is in line with both the generic and subject specific requirements
set out in the ESRC Postgraduate Training Guidelines 2011.

Ruth Harman, Assistant Professor
Language and Literacy Department
125B Aderhold Hall
University of Georgia, Athens GA 30602
Email: rharman@uga.edu<mailto:rharman@uga.edu>

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