Guest lecturer Prof. UAM dr hab. Joanna Pawelczyk
Faculty of English at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan
In this talk we will discuss how gender ‒ as one of the most salient social categories ‒ can be examined in language and interaction and how it emerges and matters in an interaction between a practitioner (a psychotherapist) and a client.
In the first part of the talk we will consider how gender can be studied in language and communication from an interactional perspective. Here we will focus on the ethnomethodological approach adopting the participant’s perspective and social constructionism following the analyst’s position. We will then apply these approaches to the professional context of psychotherapy to discuss how gender becomes relevant yet often an invisible category for the participants of the psychotherapeutic interaction.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, the talk will take place online and can be joined via the following Zoom link:
Meeting-ID: 977 8466 4308