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Multimodal Analysis Group

The Multimodal Analysis Group specialises in multimodal discourse analysis, an interdisciplinary field of research that provides powerful analytical frameworks for analysing how language, images and other resources combine to communicate meaning in texts, interactions and events. The Multimodal Analysis Group is working closely with the Curtin Institute for Computation in order to develop mixed methods approaches for large-scale multimodal analysis and corpus-based empirical grounding and testing of insights. The aim is to integrate multimodal analysis with data mining and information visualisation in order to map discourse patterns and trends in big data. This scientific program of research has implications for what promises to be a key field of study in the future: the interpretation of socio-cultural behaviour in the age of digital technology.

 

Visualising Multimodal Discourse Patterns: HIVE, Curtin University
Visualising Multimodal Discourse Patterns: HIVE, Curtin University