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  • 1
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    Opladen :Leske + Budrich,
    ISBN: 3-8100-2172-5 , 3-8100-3313-8
    Language: German
    Pages: 125 S.
    Edition: 2., durchges. Aufl.
    Series Statement: Qualitative Sozialforschung 3
    Series Statement: Qualitative Sozialforschung
    DDC: 302.346
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    Keywords: Konversationsanalyse - Qualitative Sozialforschung ; Konversationsanalyse. ; Qualitative Sozialforschung. ; Einführung ; Konversationsanalyse ; Qualitative Sozialforschung
    Note: Literaturverz. S. 111 - 118
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9783531168265
    Language: German
    Pages: 360 S. , graph. Darst.
    Edition: 3. Aufl.
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in Piškorec, Velimir, 1966- Gabriele Lucius-Hoene, Arnulf Deppermann: Rekonstruktion narrativer Identität [Rezension]
    Series Statement: Lehrbuch
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    Keywords: Narratives Interview ; Das Autobiografische ; Ich-Identität ; Konversationsanalyse
    Note: Erscheint vorauss: Jun. 2019.
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  • 3
    ISBN: 9783869622996
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (628 Seiten)
    Series Statement: Alltag, Medien und Kultur Band 17
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Medien als Alltag
    DDC: 302.23
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    Keywords: Festschrift ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Medienwirkungsforschung ; Medien ; Kultur
    Abstract: Buchtitel -- Impressum -- Inhalt -- Ulla Autenrieth / Daniel Klug / Axel Schmidt / Arnulf Deppermann -- Zum Geleit -- I. Theoretische Annäherungen -- Heinz Bonfadelli -- Die theoretische Perspektive der Strukturanalytischen Rezeptionsforschung -- Stefan Müller-Doohm -- Medienanalytische Modelle revisited -- Daniel Klug / Elke Schlote -- Ästhetische Bildung mit audiovisuellen Medien digital unterstützen - schulischer Praxisbedarf und Konzepte der Filmbildung -- Jo Reichertz -- Kommunikationsmacht oder die Suche nach der Frage, auf die die Kommunikationswissenschaft die Antwort ist -- Thomas S. Eberle -- Die gesellschaftlichen Gebrauchsweisen der Fotografie -- Christofer Jost -- Medienkommunikation und Musik. Erkundungen eines Erkenntnisfelds zwischen den Disziplinen -- Daniel Klug -- Status quo vadis Musikclip: Audiovisuelles Radio und nutzergenerierte Tribute-Videos auf YouTube -- Lothar Mikos -- Vorbemerkungen zu einer Soziologie des Fernsehens -- II. Empirische Studien zum Fernsehen -- Angela Keppler -- Potenzielle und faktische Medienrezeption - zwei Seiten einer Medaille -- Axel Schmidt / Arnulf Deppermann -- Inszenierte Kontrollverluste - wie Reality-TV den Körper braucht -- Elena Pilipets / Rainer Winter -- Globale Kultserien: Narrative Politik von House of Cards in einer digitalen Medienlandschaft -- Hans J. Wulff -- Der Troubadour im Schnee und seine Kollegen oder: Singende Sportstars im deutschen Schlagerfilm bis 1967 -- Kerstin Mehle -- Der Drehbuchautor in der Verwertungskette oder: von der Lizenztransparenz öffentlich-rechtlicher Sender -- III. Web 2.0 und Social Media -- Henry Keazor / Thorsten Wübbena -- ASI oder ASO? ›Artistic Swarm Intelligence‹ (ASI) vs. ›Artistic Sell-out‹ (ASO) in den Zeiten des Web 2.0 -- Ulla Autenrieth -- (Ent-)Ästhetisierung als Phänomen in Zeiten von Mediatisierung und (Selbst-)Visualisierung
    Abstract: Christian Stegbauer -- Soziale Gesetze: Die Verringerung der Diversität in der Echokammer -- Jannis Androutsopoulos / Jessica Weidenhöffer -- Rekontextualisierung filmischer Rede in der Second-Screen-Kommunikation: Tatort-Zitate auf Twitter -- IV. Medien- und Kulturanalysen -- Stefan Aufenanger -- Media Panics - zur Rhetorik bewahrpädagogischer Positionen in den Medien -- Vanessa Kleinschnittger -- Populärkultureller Boom eines Monsters: Der Zombie in der Medienrezeption zum Zweck der Lebensbewältigung -- Ingrid Paus-Hasebrink / Uwe Hasebrink -- Fantasy und Alltag. Wie Zuschauer und Zuschauerinnen in aller Welt die Hobbit-Trilogie auf ihre Alltagswelt beziehen -- Ronald Hitzler -- Kulturen der Jugend(lichkeit). Versionen der Lebensbewältigung junger Menschen heute -- Birgit Richard -- Textile Botschaften auf YouTube: Bandshirts, Re-Gender Unisex und Smartphone-Icons -- Felicitas Graf / Marc Flückiger -- Von der Filmzensur zur Medienkompetenz - der Kinder- und Jugendmedienschutz im Kanton Basel -- Steffen Kolb -- Medienvielfalt in Basel -- Autorinnen und Autoren
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  • 4
    ISBN: 3869622989 , 9783869622989
    Language: German
    Pages: 628 Seiten , Illustrationen , 22 cm
    Series Statement: Alltag, Medien und Kultur Band 17
    Series Statement: Alltag, Medien und Kultur
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Medien als Alltag
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Medien als Alltag
    DDC: 302.23
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    Keywords: Festschrift ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Medienwirkungsforschung ; Medien ; Kultur
    Note: Literaturangaben , Enthält 24 Beiträge
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  • 5
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    Wiesbaden : VS Verlag fur Sozialwissenschaften GmbH | Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest
    ISBN: 9783322913593
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (123 pages)
    Edition: 2nd ed.
    DDC: 302.346
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    Keywords: Konversationsanalyse ; Qualitative Sozialforschung
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  • 6
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    [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar] : De Gruyter
    ISBN: 9783110223613
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (506 p.)
    Series Statement: Jahrbuch des Instituts für Deutsche Sprache
    Abstract: In our modern society with its increasing differentiation in culture and media, language and speech are also confronted with new demands and contexts for their use. In the new media, text and image become increasingly closely interwoven, and what were traditionally thought to be firm boundaries between the material forms of language - between speech and writing - appear as increasingly fluid. The volume deals with the diversity of manifestations of our language and its intermedial relations with other forms of communication, including images, body language, sounds, and music
    Note: German
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  • 7
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    [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar] : De Gruyter
    ISBN: 9783110538601
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (401 p.)
    Series Statement: Germanistische Sprachwissenschaft um 2020
    Abstract: Der Band orientiert über den Stand der Forschung zur kommunikativen Verwendung von Sprache, ihrer Rolle in der Interaktion und ihrem Verhältnis zur Kultur. Die Beiträge stellen theoretische Grundlagen und wissenschaftsgeschichtliche Entwicklungen ihrer jeweiligen Forschungsgegenstände dar, illustrieren sie anhand von empirischen Ergebnissen und formulieren Desiderata für die Zukunft der Sprachwissenschaft
    Note: German
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  • 8
    ISBN: 9783110538601 , 9783110536720 , 9783110536867
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (391 p.)
    Series Statement: Germanistische Sprachwissenschaft um 2020
    Keywords: linguistics ; Semantics & pragmatics
    Abstract: The volume surveys the current state of research on the communicative use of language, its role in interaction, and relationship to culture. The essays present the theoretical foundation and historical development of each research area, illustrated with empirical findings, and propose future directions for linguistics research
    Note: German
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  • 9
    ISBN: 9789027263773
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (362 pages)
    Series Statement: Pragmatics and Beyond: new series volume 293
    Series Statement: Pragmatics and Beyond New Ser. v.293
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Time in embodied interaction
    DDC: 306.44
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    Keywords: Electronic books ; Tempus ; Interaktion
    Abstract: Intro -- Time in Embodied Interaction -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of contents -- The body in interaction: Its multiple modalities and temporalities -- 1. The rising interest in temporalities of bodily interaction -- 2. Temporalities of multimodal conduct -- 3. Indigenous temporal orders of multimodal resources -- 4. The temporal coordination of multimodal resources -- 5. Methodological requirements of studying the temporalities of multimodal interaction -- 6. Consequences of a temporal and multimodal perspective on social interaction for Conversation Analysis (CA) -- References -- Chapter 1. Forward-looking: Where do we go with multimodal projections? -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Multimodal projection and conditional relevance across modalities and actions -- 3. Multimodal projection within utterances and actions -- 4. Projections between speech, gaze and gesture in deictic utterances -- 4.1 Summoning the addressee's gaze -- 4.2 Monitoring the addressee's gaze -- 4.3 Repair after gaze monitoring -- 4.4 Gaze in deictic summons-answer sequences: Evidence from dual mobile eye-tracking -- 5. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 2. Suspending talk: Multimodal organization of participation and stance in Japanese -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Notes on structures of Japanese and their implication for unit-construction -- 3. Temporal coordination and suspension within a single TCU -- 3.1 Temporal suspension embodies an invitation for confirmation to speaker's candidate understanding -- 3.2 Suspension indicates speaker's epistemic uncertainty -- 3.3 Collaborative construction of affiliation: Choreographing stance sharing -- 3.4 Stance modulation and turn transformation -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 3. The temporal organization of conversation while mucking out a sheep stable
    Abstract: 1. Introduction -- 2. The data -- 3. Temporally extended sequence: the case of repair -- 4. Address and recipiency -- 5. Sequencing in a state of incipient talk -- 6. Two types of participation: physical work and conversation -- 7. Talk and the body at work -- 8. Conclusion -- References -- Appendix. Transcription conventions -- Chapter 4. Revisiting delayed completions: The retrospective management of co-participant action -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Syntax, action, and embodied conduct as relevant features for understanding the practice of delayed completion -- 2.1 Delayed completions as a syntactic phenomenon -- 2.2 But what about action? -- 2.3 What can video data tell us about delayed completions? -- 2.4 Data -- 3. Analysis -- 3.1 Delayed completions emerging in multi-party, multi-activity sequences -- 3.2 Delayed completions after minimal displays of understanding -- 3.3 Delayed completions after possibly misaligned actions -- 4. Discussion and conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5. Questions on the move: The ecology of question-answer sequences in mobility settings -- 1. Introduction: issues in multiple temporalities -- 2. The ecology of questions/answers: when and where to ask questions -- 3. Asking questions when the group is about to move -- 3.1 Questions after sequence completion, announcement of the walk and incipient walking -- 3.2 Answering: between stopping and progressing -- 4. Asking questions on the move -- 4.1 Approaching and creating a new interactional space for the question -- 4.2 Answering on the move -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Appendix. Transcription conventions -- Chapter 6. Bodily shadowing: Learning to be an orchestral conductor -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Studies of instructional interactions -- 3. Data and ethnographic background -- 4. Organization of instruction with bodily shadowing -- 4.1 Learning a form
    Abstract: 4.2 Learning a tempo -- 4.3 Learning to create a relevant space -- 5. Bodily shadowing as a display of understanding -- 6. Bodily shadowing as a display of participation -- 7. Conclusion -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Chapter 7. Prefiguring the future: Projections and preparations within theatrical rehearsals -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Temporality and theater (rehearsals) -- 3. Data and context -- 4. Case: Play initiation -- 5. Projections-by-arrangements -- 6. Preparations -- 7. Projection-Preparation-Sequences -- 8. Conclusion: The temporalities of projections-by-arrangements and preparations -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Appendix. Transcription conventions -- Chapter 8. Embodiment of activity progress: The temporalities of service evaluation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Negotiation of activity progress -- 3. Data -- 4. Analysis -- 4.1 Aligned progress of the activity -- 4.2 Misaligned progression: the hairstylist's work of closing the activity -- 4.3 Misaligned progression: the hairstylist's work of expanding the activity -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9. Changes in turn-design over interactional histories - the case of instructions in driving school lessons -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Recipient design -- 3. Interactional history and the accumulation of common ground -- 4. Object of study: Instructions in driving lessons -- 5. Case analyses of interactional histories: Changes in instructional practice over time -- 5.1 Case 1 -- 5.2 Case 2 -- 5.3 Case 3 -- 6. Quantitative findings -- a. Instructions per sub-task (Figure 10) -- b. Words per sub-task (Figure 11) -- c. Turns per task (Figure 12) -- d. Understanding-checks per sub-task (Figure 13) -- e. Complexity of argument structure (Figure 14) -- 7. Discussion -- References -- Chapter 10. Times of rest: Temporalities of some communicative postures -- 1. Introduction
    Abstract: 2. Posture as a medium of interactional organization -- 3. The situation scale: Postures, stances, and courses of action -- 4. The relationship scale -- 5. Life-scales: Bodies and their days -- 6. The biographical scale: Habitualization, self-making, aging -- 7. Conclusion -- References -- Index
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  • 10
    ISBN: 3-8100-3417-7
    Language: German
    Pages: 360 S.
    Series Statement: Lehrtexte Soziologie
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    Keywords: Narratives Interview. ; 〈〈Das〉〉 Autobiografische. ; Ich-Identität. ; Konversationsanalyse. ; Biografieforschung. ; Lehrbuch ; Narratives Interview ; 〈〈Das〉〉 Autobiografische ; Ich-Identität ; Konversationsanalyse ; Biografieforschung ; Narratives Interview ; Konversationsanalyse
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