Brian Lystgaard Due
Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics
Emil Holms Kanal 2, 2300 København S, Building: 22.4.59
I study institutional interaction in different settings and situations within or in relation to organizations.
Currently I am working on three projects with focus on
a) innovation and how employees create new ideas;
b) international communication and especially how video-mediated interaction is accomplished and
c) trends with communication and especially how participants uses and responds to Google Glass.
d) how to improve communication in teams through video-based consultancy
I am alos engaged in a varity of practical research that involves classical communication disciplines as PR, PA, branding, internal and external communication, leadership, strategy, vision, mission and culture, etc.
My research focuses basically on the ressources human beings use to construct meaning in social interaction. I am interessted in the underlying structures in the multimodal construction of norms and interactional order, which is embeded in an ecology of sign systems that includes not only talk, but also a range of different kinds of displays made by the body, and structure in the environment.
I have a background in philosophy, sociology and language studies and is basically interessted in all kinds of ingriguing issues regarding social interactions
Conversation Analysis and multimodal interaction analysis
Etnography and all sorts of qualitative methods
Ethnomethodology and breaching experiments
Participatory Innovation and design thinking processes
Teaching and supervision
I teach courses in Conversation Analysis, Identity, methods, communication theory and business communication.
I supervise theses within the broad spectrum of communication, branding, new trends, technology, conversation analysis, videoetnography, multimodality studies, business meetings and culture, innovation and creativity, leadership, service design and international business communication but also more theoretical projects with different philosophical perspectives.