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Zum Symposium "Sprache und Pragmatik"

Redder, Angelika (1987)

Das schon traditionelle - fünfte - Lunder Symposium „Sprache und Pragmatik" war in diesem Jahr keinem pragmatischen Einzelproblem gewidmet. Vielmehr hatte Inger Rosengren zu einer Behandlung des Themas „Sprachsystem und Handlungssystem" geladen. Dies implizierte theoretische und methodologische Diskussionen sowie wissenschaftstheoretische Reflexion. Das komplexe Programm wurde durch das bewährt...

Developmental Linguistics

Bailey, Charles-James N. (1981)

For a decade or so, scattered groups of linguists, first in America and now even more so in Europe, have found that so far äs their own interests are concerned, there are insurmountable contradictions with the reigning view of the structuralists, transformationalists, etc., that the proper object of linguistic investigation is the idiolect. They have consequently looked in other directions for ...

An analytical outline of A. Schütz’s semiotics

Böttner, Michael ; Günther, Arnold (1982)

It is our intention in this paper to give explicit definitions of semiotic concepts as they were used in phenomenological writings by A. Schütz, thus clarifying a system of concepts that seems to be of some relevance for the development of a framework for semiotics. The system of semiotic concepts proposed by A. Schütz, however, is not in a state in which it can be used or studied by nonphenome...

Untapped principles of language-teaching

Bailey, Charles-James N. (1985)

No claim is being made here that this principle is original with me, at least not ultimately. The psychological basis for it has been (in another connection) stated by G. Nickel (1972:13): "... da das zuerst Gelernte offensichtlich meistens und besonders stark haftet". ("... since what is learned first obviously sticks most often and especially strongly".). While the principle of teaching the e...

Fashions in English or a standard?

Bailey, Charles-James N. (1987)

Because ofthe inextricably authoritarian sense attached to 'Standardlanguage' in Europe, nonauthoritarian and, äs has proved to be the case, ultimately indefinable uses of 'Standard English' by Anglo-Saxon scholars cause untold confusion among non-Anglo-Saxons. This article discusses anomalies resulting from this confusion, including deleterious effects on the learning of English in Europe and ...

Two True/False Principles of Language Change

Bailey, Charles-James N. (1989)

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The grammatical characterization of developmental dysphasia

Clahsen, Harald (1989)

This paper deals with child-language-acquisition disorders in the area of grammar, and it presents some of the results from our research study on developmental dysphasia in German children. An attempt is made to characterize dysphasia in terms of a selective deficit of an otherwise normal linguistic system. It is argued that dysphasic children have problems in establishing agreement relations i...

Wutreden – Konstruktion einer Gattung in den digitalen Medien

Meier, Simon (2016)

This paper proposes a reception-oriented and discursive concept of genre by using the example of „Wutreden“, i. e. public and medially distributed rants and their coverage in (online) media and Web 2.0. On the basis of a corpus of video recordings and transcriptions of Wutreden as well as comments made by journalists and users, it is shown that neither their linguistic features nor their situat...

Angemessenheit. Pragmatische Perspektiven auf ein linguistisches Bewertungskriterium

Meier, Simon (2015)

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The expression of non-actual motion in Swedish, French and Thai

Blomberg, Johan (2015)

Dynamic descriptions of static spatial situations, such as the road goes through the forest have attracted a lot of attention across different semantic theories. Analyses in terms of fictive motion and subjective motion have proposed that such expressions are strongly motivated by universal cognitive and conceptual factors. I present theoretical arguments for the conflation of several different...

Das Phänomen des Phonetischen Perspektivwechsels in Form Paraverbaler Ausspracheassimilation als Messbares Element Interkultureller Kommunikationskompetenz: ein Versuch

Milow, Gabriel (2016-07-04)

Forschungsgegenstand der vorliegenden Arbeit ist das Phänomen des phonetischen Perspektivwechsels (PPW) in Form paraverbaler Ausspracheassimilation und dessen Etablierung als nachweisbares Element interkultureller Kommunikationskompetenz. Die Forschungsarbeit konzentriert sich auf die Frage, ob sich der phonetische Perspektivwechsel (PPW) in Form paraverbaler Ausspracheassimilation, als messbar...

Das Phänomen des Phonetischen Perspektivwechsels in Form Paraverbaler Ausspracheassimilation als Messbares Element Interkultureller Kommunikationskompetenz: ein Versuch

Milow, Gabriel (2016)

Forschungsgegenstand der vorliegenden Arbeit ist das Phänomen des phonetischen Perspektivwechsels (PPW) in Form paraverbaler Ausspracheassimilation und dessen Etablierung als nachweisbares Element interkultureller Kommunikationskompetenz. Die Forschungsarbeit konzentriert sich auf die Frage, ob sich der phonetische Perspektivwechsel (PPW) in Form paraverbaler Ausspracheassimilation, als messbar...