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 Dorottya Cserzo

Dorottya Cserzo

Research Associate, CUREMeDE

School of Social Sciences

Email
cserzodc@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0) 29 2087 0137
Campuses
12, Museum Place

Overview

I am a Research Associate at the Cardiff Unit for Research and Evaluation in Medical and Dental Education (CUREMeDE). In CUREMeDE I carry out qualitative analysis (literature reviews, interview and focus group analysis) on various ongoing projects. Recently I've been involved in projects on professionalism in dentistry, healthcare regulation, and GP training in Wales. I contribute to teaching in the School of Social Sciences through guest lectures and undergraduate supervision. I'm also involved with supervising intercalating students in the School of Medicine.

I completed my PhD in Language and Communication at the Centre for Language and Communication at Cardiff University in 2019. My PhD project explored the domestic use of videochat through the analysis of video recordings and interviews. In 2016, I co-edited a volume titled Downscaling culture: Revisiting Intercultural Communication. The findings from my PhD have appeared in the edited volumes and in the journal Multimodal Communication.

Biography

  • 10/2019 - present: Research Associate at CUREMeDE
  • 09/2012 - 05/2019: PhD in Language and Communication at Cardiff University, Centre for Language and Communication Research (CLCR), School of English, Communication and Philosophy
  • 09/2011 - 08/2012: MA Applied Linguistics, Cardiff University, CLCR
  • 09/2008 - 07/2011: BA English and American Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Publications

2021

2020

2019

2016

Teaching

Guest lectures

  • Researching Digital Communication for the 3rd year UG module Digital Society and Social Change
  • Interviewing for the 3rd year UG dissertation module in SOCSI
  • Interviewing for the PG dissertation module in Medical Education
  • Filter Bubbles and Fake News for the 3rd year UG module Reading and Writing in the Digital Age

Workshops, seminars, and tutorials

  • Introduction to NVivo for the Doctoral Academy and CLCR
  • Using NVivo for analysing interviews for the PG module Qualitative Research Methods in CLCR
  • Introduction to Transana for CLCR
  • Seminars for the 1st year UG module Introduction to Human Communication
  • Seminars for the 1st year UG module Communication in the media
  • Seminars for the 1st year UG module Reading and Writing in the Digital Age
  • Seminars for the 1st year UG module How Language Works I

Dissertation supervision

  • UG dissertations in SOCSI (an interview-based project in women's' experiences of catcalling)
  • iBsc dissertations in MEDIC (projects examining discourse strategies of medical lectures from a multimodal perspective)