Young researchers conference of the Centre for Research on Social Interactions
The Centre for Research on Social Interactions (CRSI) of the University of Neuchâtel emerged as an interdisciplinary (and inter-faculty) collaboration built around the study of social interaction. The CRSI doctoral program, in turn, was created to provide PhD students with theoretical and methodological support in their research endeavours. Within this framework, the Young Researchers Conference of the Centre for Research on Social Interaction (the CRSI-YR Conference) was organised on February 16–17, 2017, as a concrete effort to offer young researchers working on social interaction an opportunity to present their work and to learn from experienced scholars in an environment that fosters dialogue across academic disciplines.
[Corrigendum: Kévin Moinier's name is mispelled in this review. We apologize for the error.]
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