Ethnomethodology and Conversational Analysis of Social Clusiveness

The main objective of the GEACC is to promote, in Portugal, the introduction of Ethnomethodological Conversation Analysis (EMCA) within research and training in Social Work, through direct and microanalytical studies of the conversational frames of social intervention (social appointments, home visits, meetings with relatives, team meetings, group intervention sessions, etc.) in diverse sectors of intervention: social action (municipalities and parishes); migrant support; palliative care; social gerontology; childhood protection and parental counselling; social housing;homelessness; primary healthcare).

The collection of audio or video recordings of the intervention work of social workers provides a solid empirical ground for a conversation analysis of professional practices, in conditions which favor the further development of the collaboration between researchers and intervenors (Practitioner Research), from the collection to the collective analysis of conversational data, in a co-construction of second-degree knowledge: knowledge about the local knowledge of the professionals, constructed in the field and improved through practice.

  • Conversation Analysis of primary frame of social intervention (social appointments, home visits, etc.);
  • Conversation Analysis of secondary frames of co-research in Social Work (thesis supervision, group co-analysis sessions, expliciting interviews, etc.);
  • Social clusivity;
  • Microethics.

Funded collective projects (in course):

RP 1: End of Life Trajectories In Care (ETIC) | Managing end-of-life trajectories in palliative care: a study on the work of healthcare professionals

Coord.: Alexandre Martins (CICS.NOVA) & Michel Binet (CLISSIS)

Participation of the GEACC: Integration of 4 members of GEACC in the Research Project

Sector of Intervention: Palliative Care

Funding: Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT)

Stage: Opening of hospital fieldsites

 

RP 2: Collective dimensions of support in training

Coord.: Dominique Trébert (éésp-Hes.so)

Participation of the GEACC: Partner of the Research Project

Contributions of the GEACC: Support of the project's doctoral student / Participation in the extension and dynamization of the International Research Network "Formation professionelle et Language" (ForPro) de Laurent Filliettaz (Univ. de Genève)

Sector of Intervention: Training - Inclusive Education

Funding: Fond National Suisse (FNS)

Stage: Fieldsite opening

 

RP 3: TSAUEM | Inclusive trajectory of the young child with trouble in the autistic spectrum schooled in the Unités d'Enseignement Maternelle

Coord: Amaël André (Université de Rouen Normandie / CIRNEF) & Michèle Lemeunier-Lespagnol (Université de Rouen Normandie / CIRNEF)

Participation of the GEACC: Integration of Michel Binet (CLISSIS) in the Research Project

Contributions of the GEACC: Analyse Conversationnelle des cadres primaires de l’activité enseignante et de la clusivité sociale / Analyse Conversationnelle d’un des cadres secondaires de la recherche praticienne: les entretiens d’autoconfrontation / Dynamisation puis analyse conversationnelle d’un autre cadre secondaire de la recherche praticienne: les sessions de co-analyse de données audiovisuelles / Analyse contrastive des diverses approches analytiques du projet

Sector of Intervention: Early Intervention

Funding: Caisse Nationale de Solidarité pour l’Autonomie (CNSA)

Stage: Collection of recordings corpora

 

RP 4:  PhD in Social Work | Microethical analysis of primary and secondary frames of social intervention(Michel Binet)

Doctoral thesis supervised by: Marina Antunes (ISSSL-ULL)

University: Instituto Superior de Serviço Social de Lisboa da Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa (ISSSL-ULL)

 

RP 5:  PhD in Education Sciences | Homelessness and Expertise of the supported person (Claire Jondeau)

Doctoral thesis supervised by: Richard Wittorski (Univ. de Rouen Normandie) & Michel Binet (ISSSL-ULL)

University: Université de Rouen Normandie

 

RP 6:  PhD in Linguistic | A conversation analytical approach to Social Work encounters in Portugal (David Monteiro)

Doctoral thesis supervised by: Lorenza Mondada (Univ. de Bâle) & Beatrice Schmid (Univ. de Bâle)

University: Basel University

 

RP 7:  PhD in Language Studies | Social reinsertion of people in street condition: the actuation of the Turma da Sopa de Niterói from an interactional perspective (Carla Mirelle de Oliveira Matos Lisboa)

Doctoral thesis supervised by: Maria do Carmo Leite de Oliveira (PUC-Rio) & Michel Binet (ISSSL-ULL)

University: Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-­Rio)

 

RP 8:  Master Dissertation in Social Work | Being a Social Worker in a hospital setting: Conversational Analysis of professional practices and knowledge (Tânia Pinto)

Master thesis supervised by: Michel Binet (ISSSL-ULL)

University: Instituto Superior de Serviço Social de Lisboa da Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa (ISSSL-ULL)

Name  ORCID CIÊNCIA ID
Carla Mirelle de Oliveira Matos Lisboa - -
Claire Jondeau - -
Cristina Maria Ramos Coelho - -
David Tomás Monteiro - -
Jacqueline Ferreira Marques - -
Maria Isabel de Jesus Sousa 0000-0001-9448-2714 -
Michel Gustave Joseph Binet 0000-0001-7233-0445 E418-BA40-3BC9
Tânia da Guia Pinto - -
Victor Eduardo Bijos Jardim Gomes Braga - -

Books

Monteiro, D. (2017)

Managing Resistance to Transfer to a Geriatric Residential Care Facility. In: Mondada, L. & Keel, S. (Eds.), Participation et asymétries dans l'interaction institutionnelle. Paris: L'Harmattan, 129-159

Binet, M. (2016)

Communication professionnelle en travail social, Paris: Vuibert. 208p. ISBN : 978-2-311-20362-2

 

National Journals

Binet, M. & Rodrigues, A.D. (2015)

“Não se importa que eu grave?” – Questões éticas e paradoxo do observador nos atendimentos de ação social. Análise Social, L (2.o)(215), pp.278–303. ISSN: 0003-2573 [Portuguese Journal with International Recognition]

 

International Journals

Braga, V.

"Observando o contexto nos processos comunicacionais: a importância de uma estilística da comunicação”, Revista Temática, v.12, nº2, pp 188-203, fevereiro 2016, Brasil, Available in: http://periodicos.ufpb.br/ojs2/index.php/tematica/article/view/27818

Braga, V.

"A midiatização na construção da brasilidade: os compositores populares e a identidade nacional”, Revista Culturas Midiáticas, v.9, nº1, pp 107-121, Março 2016, Brasil, Available in: http://periodicos.ufpb.br/index.php/cm/article/view/29364/15679

Monteiro, D.

"Street-level bureaucracy revisited: Formulating address in social work encounters", Journal of Language and Dialogue, 6:1, pp. 54-80. ISSN: 2210-4119 / E-ISSN: 2210-4127

Binet, M. (2016)

‘Scientifisation située et transdisciplinarité-en-acte au sein d’une équipe d’intervention précoce (Portugal): Dimensions épistémiques du travail social’, Forum. Revue de la Recherche en Travail social, 148, pp. 52–59. ISSN: 0988-6486