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School Research Seminar Series - The Language of Banking: theorizing narrative for interpretive research

13 March 2013

Time: 4:00 - 6:00pm
Venue: FB4.04/08 Francis Bancroft Building, 4th Floor, Mile End Campus

School Research Seminar Series – Wednesday 13th March 2013

Time
13.00-14.00pm

Location
FB4.04/08

Speaker
Dr Anna Linda Musacchio Adorisio

Bio
Anna Linda Musacchio Adorisio is a research fellow at the Gothenburg Research Institute, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, in a research program called “Bank Management” and Honorary Professorial Fellow at Queen Mary University of London. She holds a PhD in Communication Studies from the University of Lugano, Switzerland. She has conducted research in the banking realm across different countries using a narrative and language perspective.

Seminar title
The Language of Banking: theorizing narrative for interpretive research

Abstract
The seminar revolves around the role and use of language in the banking realm and for management researchers. There is a widespread consensus on the fact that "language matters" and research in the social sciences has shown the potential of language and its constitutive role in the construction of social realities. But what does it mean to embrace the linguistic turn in management research? What are the functions that language performs in the banking world? In the seminar narratives will be explored as a way of knowing, as social practices and as forms of communication.

Additional information
- Seminar lunch in The Kitchen at 12:30pm
- The seminar will run from 13:00 to 14:00pm (suggested: 50 minute talk and 10 minute Q&A)

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