Charlotte Marie Bisgaard Klemmensen

Charlotte Marie Bisgaard Klemmensen
Aalborg University · Department of Communication and Psychology

PhD
Climate change debates, challenges with atypical interaction, research ethics, methodology

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11 Research Items
30 Citations
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Additional affiliations
August 2015 - October 2020
Aalborg University
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2013 - June 2014
Aalborg University
Position
  • External lecturer
September 2013 - May 2022
University of Copenhagen
Position
  • External examiner
Education
February 2019 - February 2019
International Baccalaureate Organization
Field of study
  • Visual Arts Teacher Certification
September 2018 - December 2018
Centre for Mental Health/Aalborg Kommune
Field of study
  • Stress Coach Certification
August 2015 - October 2020
Aalborg University
Field of study
  • Communication and Psychology/Interdisciplinary Discourse Studies

Publications

Publications (16)
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At present, Denmark counts numerous cases of youngsters with Aspergers syndrome and the implementation of separate project classrooms for Asperger-students has proved beneficial (EVA-report January 2010). Today, Asperger-students at project schools have the opportunity to receive an education whereas before they often ended up as psychiatric cases....
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This book presents a new analytical approach that will advance the establishment of a new discourse within the study of language and communication disorders. Instances of recurring aphasia and acquired brain injury are discussed in an empirical observation study through a theoretical lens that combines Integrational linguistics, Ethnomethodology an...
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The purpose of the article is to elaborate on the scholarly debate on affect. We consider the site of affect to be the activities of embodied, socioculturally and spatially situated participants: "Affective activity is a form of social practice" (Wetherell, 2015, p. 147). By studying affect as a social phenomenon, we treat affect as a social ontolo...
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This article focuses on what can be labelled ‘trouble-talk’, and in particular how it is initiated and responded to in therapist–resident encounters. It adopts the perspective of an individual with acquired brain injury. The study is based on a video ethnography of interaction, targeted at identifying trouble-talk and its interactional consequences...
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Individuals with impairments face challenges in their seeking to accomplish communicational goals. Despite continuous efforts to communicate, often they appear disregarded. A critical discussion of mutual understanding provides a basis for an investigation of institutional encounters. Video ethnography and field work were carried out in a residenti...
Thesis
The thesis provides insight into the communication challenges of daily life for an individual with acquired brain injury in an institution. The thesis creates a new analysis perspective that can identify areas of attention for health professionals and thus contribute to improving the quality of life for the individual with acquired brain injury. Th...
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Approaches to language and communication disorders may substitute the notion of “language” with the analytical decoding of, for instance, talk, semiotic gesture, and emotional display. In this chapter, a non-telementational framework is presented as a new framework for approaching language and communication disorders. Tools inspired from practice t...
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The outline for a person-centered praxeology takes its point of departure in the methodological framing of zooming in and zooming out (Nicolini in Organ Stud 30:1391–1418, 2009), as discussed in Chapter 5. The zooming-in part combines the approaches of integrational linguistics and ethnomethodology and conversation analysis methodologically. Zoomin...
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Modern health and social care defines itself as patient-centered and other-oriented, at least ideologically (Sarangi in Text and Talk 27:567–584, 2007). This book’s analytical approach aligns with this discursive turn. In consequence, the experiential side of health and social care has been sought explored. Social practice studies have contributed...
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The integrational perspective introduced in this chapter is concerned with a broader concept of communication, both implicit and explicit. This chapter sets the scene for this book’s diffractive enrichment of combining an integrational linguistic approach and a Practice theory approach to language and communication, including the methodology of eth...
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Traditionally, a cognitive model has been applied to assess clinical descriptions of output deficiencies in language disorders. On the other hand, the analytical basis of ethnomethodology and conversation analysis has contributed immensely to investigating shared understanding in social interaction, which has demonstrated the abledness of persons w...
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Traditionally, problems with language and communication have been approached through a discourse of disabledness or deficiency. In contract, this book explores and challenges this understanding, turning the spotlight on divergent discourses in current research in language and communication disorders (LCDs). Two cases are compared for this purpose:...
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Artiklen anskueliggør, gennem et signifikant nedslag i materialet fra et moderne praksisstudie på et senhjerneskadecenter, hvorvidt personer med senhjerneskade stadig defineres som personer, når de optraeder i hverdagskommunikationer, hvor der også optraeder hukommelsessvigt og pleje. Altså, hvad sker der, når personer med senhjerneskade i praksis...
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This paper presents a possible application of the Integrational Linguistics' communicational approach through an investigation and a discussion of theoretical and analytical dispositions of primarily a modern practice study from a nursing home for people with aquired brain damage in Denmark, which is also introduced. Data from the pilot phase and n...
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Traditional approaches study ’communicational problems’ often in a discourse of disabledness or deficitness. With an ontology of communcation as something unique and a presupposed uniqueness of each one of us, this article suggests how an integrationist could approach and help facilitate a new methodological perspective on the study of problems in...
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Monet lavede hele serier af katedralen i Rouen og af høstakke og af åkander. Katedralbillederne er flimrede og delvis udviskede, ligesom de velkendte åkande-malerier. Måske var det ikke blot naturen han malede? Både Monet og maleren Paul Clzanne kunne ftnde på at male det samme motiv om og om igen, begge arbejdede i serier med naermest endeløs moti...

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