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My PhD-research (2017-2021) focuses on conversations among inhabitants of North-East Groningen, who are confronted with damage due to gas extraction and/or strengthening measures to make their houses more earthquake resilient. Conversations between inhabitants and representants of insitutions are another study object. Aim of this research project is, first, to study how trust and distrust are being discussed, how trust is built, rebuilt or eroded; second, to find out what constitutes 'resilient talk' or what impedes resilience, and how (lack of) resilience manifests in interaction.

Education/Academic qualification

Language and Linguistics, Master of Arts, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

1 Sep 199831 Aug 2003

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Research Output 2013 2016

Activities 2018 2018

  • 1 Oral presentation

Empowerment van respondenten door Storytelling. Werkt dat ook bij aardbevingsproblematiek?

Annelies Kassenberg (Speaker), Marielle Bovenhoff (Speaker)
30 Jan 2018

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