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  • Hallengren, Anders, 1950- (författare)
  • Nullum est remedium : Petrarca och textkritiken
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Vandring genom tiden : till Anders Cullhed 18/3 2011. - Stockholm/Stehag : Brutus Östlings Bokf Symposion. - 978-91-7139-866-6 ; s. 101-108
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)
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  • Nord, Andreas, 1976-, et al. (författare)
  • Multimodal design: Media structures, media principles and users’ meaning-making in printed and digital media
  • 2010
  • Ingår i: Neue Medie - neue Formate. Ausdifferenzierung und Konvergenz in der Medienkommunikation. - Campus: Frankfurt/New York. - 978-3-593-39209-7 ; s. 81-103
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Modern media messages are visually fragmented since they are built up of various visual elements and units (Holsanova & Nord, 2010). This tendency has also been described as atomization of news texts (Knox, 2007) or as modularization of the text design (Bucher, 2000). Media messages are also multimodal in the sense that they contain delimited parts of text (articles, headlines, briefs, lists of items, fact boxes), static and dynamic pictures and graphics (photos, drawings, diagrams, graphs, maps, films, video clips, animations, typographic and layout elements) and auditive parts (speech files, sound, music, etc.). Moreover, media messages are multisequential since they offer various entry points and reading paths. Thus, there is no obvious linear order in which these messages should be perceived. All these characteristics influence the reception of media messages. The following questions arise: How does the reader choose entry points and reading paths, and navigate in the media? How does the reader create coherence in the fragmented message? How does the reader integrate information coming from different sources (text, photos, graphs, etc.) in the process of meaning-making? In our contribution, we will summarize relevant media design principles coming from various design disciplines (information design, document design, multimedia design, web design) but also theoretical and applied works on media structures coming from media discourse, social semiotics, rhetoric, literary science and discourse analysis (section 2). A special focus will be on cognitive principles underlying media design, promoting interaction, integration and understanding of the message. Further, we connect production and reception perspectives and discuss the effect of media design principles on readers’ behaviour and users’ meaning-making (section 3). In particular, we show how the spatial proximity principle, the signalling principle and the dual scripting principle can support the reader, attract the reader’s attention, provide attentional guidance throughout the message, and facilitate information processing and semantic integration of the complex material. Finally, in section 4, we will discuss the relations between media structures, media design principles and different ways of reading.
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  • Fraurud, Kari, et al. (författare)
  • The native–non-native speaker distinction and the diversity of linguistic profiles of young people in multilingual urban contexts in Sweden
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Young urban Swedish : Variation and change in multilingual settings. - Göteborg : Göteborgs universitet. - 978-91-87850-42-4 ; s. 67-87
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • The distinction between native and non-native speakers (NS/NNS) has played a central role in all areas of linguistics, but is also perennially questioned. This paper aims to contribute to the discussion of the distinction by exploring a large body of empirical data collected in the SUF project. Data about linguistic background and practices of 222 informants were analyzed by means of linguistic profiling. The resulting profiles display great diversity among informants regarding nativeness criteria, which can also be expected to be found in other similar contexts. This implies that the application of a binary NS/NNS distinction in such contexts will either result in a categorization of informants into two heterogeneous groups, or, if only clear cases are included, result in the exclusion of a considerable number of language users from the investigation. These observations have implications for the study of language variation and change in multilingual contexts more generally.
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  • Vajta, Katharina, 1958- (författare)
  • Construction of National Identities in Language Textbooks
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Identity through a Language Lens. Ed. by Kamila Ciepiela. - Frankfurt am Main - Berlin - Bern - Bruxelles - New York - Oxford - Warszawa - Wien : Peter Lang. - 978-3-631-61602-4 ; s. 149-158
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  • Jensen, Brian Møller, 1948- (författare)
  • Collectors' items : två unika Terentius utgåvor i Richard Heinzes bibliotek
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Kompassriktning: 2000-talet : festskrift till Catarina Ericson-Roos. - Stockholm : Stockholms universitetsbibliotek. - 978-91-633-8793-7 ; s. 205-211
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • A description of two unique copies of Alfred Fleckeisen's editions of the comedies of Terentius in the Richard Heinze collection at Stockholm University Library: One containing Adolf Michaelis' readings of the two Terentius manuscripts in the Vatican Library, the other containing Heinze's own notes to Eunuchus. Illustrations.
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  • Rosén, Christina, 1960- (författare)
  • Informatiosstrukturelle Muster in Textproduktionen schwedischer Deutschstudierender
  • 2010
  • Ingår i: Textmuster: schulisch - universitär - kulturkontrastiv : Beiträge zur Theorie und Empirie lernersprachlicher Textproduktion. - Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang Publishing Group. - 978-3-631-58782-9 ; s. 61-77
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • In meiner Forschung beschäftige ich mich mit Diskurspragmatik (Informationsstruktur) in den beiden nahe verwandten V2-Sprachen Schwedisch und Deutsch  und analysiere die Textproduktionen schwedischer Deutschstudierender (Schüler, Gymnasiasten, Studenten) wie auch deutscher Schwedischstudierender. Ziel ist es, herauszufinden, warum Texte von Muttersprachlern als undeutsch/unschwedisch aufgefasst werden, auch wenn Sätze in morphologischer und syntaktischer Hinsicht beinahe korrekt sind. Dies hat damit zu tun, wie sie das Vorfeld ausnutzen, denn diese Position ist für die Etablierung der textuellen Kohärenz entscheidend. Zum Erreichen hoher Sprachkompetenz muss daher auch die Fähigkeit erworben werden, syntaktisch korrekte Sätze im jeweiligen Kontext adäquat zu verwenden: Die Studierenden transferieren die informationsstrukturellen Muster ihrer Muttersprache und haben damit Probleme sowohl mit der sprachspezifischen Weise, Informationen zu organisieren, als auch mit der thematischen Progression. In diesem Kapitel diskutiere ich sich daraus ergebende Implikationen für den Fremdsprachenunterricht, denn Textgrammatik scheint in Lehrmaterialien vernachlässigt zu sein. 
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