By Davina Quinlivan
By Davina Quinlivan
By Andrew Brindle
In this publication, Andrew Brindle analyzes a corpus of texts taken from a white supremacist net discussion board which confer with the topic of homosexuality, drawing conclusions concerning the discourses of extremism and the dissemination of far-right hate speech on-line. the web site from which Brindle’s corpus is drawn, Stormfront, has been defined because the strongest lively impact within the White Nationalist move (Kim 2005). via a linguistic research of the knowledge combining corpus linguistic methodologies and a severe discourse research method, Brindle examines the language used to build heterosexual, white masculinities, in addition to posters’ representations of homosexual males, racial minorities and different out-groups, and the way such teams are linked by means of the in-group. Brindle applies 3 sorts of research to the corpus: a corpus-driven procedure headquartered at the learn of frequency, key words, collocation and concordance analyses; a close qualitative learn of posts from the discussion board and the threads within which they're positioned; and a corpus-based method which mixes the corpus linguistic and qualitative analyses. The research of the knowledge demonstrates a convergence of reactionary responses not to simply girls, homosexual males and lesbians, but in addition to racial minorities. Brindle’s findings recommend that a result of discussion board structure of the information, themes are mentioned and negotiated instead of dictated unilaterally as stands out as the case in a hierarchical association. This?research-based research of white supremacist discourse on the net enables knowing of hate speech and the habit of extremist teams, with the purpose of delivering instruments to wrestle parts of extremism and intolerance in society.
By Patrick Brereton
By Matti Miestamo
This e-book is the 1st cross-linguistic learn of clausal negation in accordance with an in depth and systematic language pattern. Methodological concerns, specially sampling, are mentioned at size. typical negation– the fundamental structural skill languages have for negating declarative verbal major clauses– is typologized from a brand new viewpoint, being attentive to structural adjustments among affirmatives and negatives. In symmetric negation affirmative and adverse constructions convey no ameliorations with the exception of the presence of the damaging marker(s), while in uneven negation there are extra structural variations, i.e. asymmetries. A contrast is made among constructional and paradigmatic asymmetry; within the former the addition of the destructive marker(s) is observed via extra structural adjustments compared to the corresponding affirmative, and within the latter the correspondences among the participants of (verbal etc.) paradigms utilized in affirmatives and negatives usually are not one-to-one. Cross-cutting the constructional-paradigmatic contrast, uneven negation will be extra divided into subtypes in response to the character of the asymmetry. normal negation buildings present in the 297 pattern languages are exemplified and mentioned intimately. The frequencies of the differing kinds and a few typological correlations also are tested. sensible motivations are proposed for the structural kinds– symmetric negatives are language-internally analogous to the linguistic constitution of the affirmative and uneven negatives are language-externally analogous to assorted asymmetries among confirmation and negation at the useful point. proper diachronic concerns also are mentioned. The publication is of curiosity to language typologists, descriptive linguists and to all linguists attracted to negation.
By Martin Hähnel,Christoph Böhr
By Malcolm Ebright
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Malcolm Ebright is a historian, an lawyer, and the director of the heart for Land furnish reviews. His latest e-book, written in collaboration with Rick Hendricks and Richard W. Hughes, is 4 sq. Leagues: Pueblo Indian Land in New Mexico (UNM Press).
By David Bartosch
By Bernd Kortmann
By Jennifer Marston William
This e-book explores how minds at the films comprehend minds in the flicks and introduces readers to a couple primary ideas of Cognitive Studies—namely conceptual mixing, idea of brain, and empathy/perspective-taking—through their software to movie research. A cognitive method of contemporary renowned ancient motion pictures demonstrates cinema’s strength to stimulate audience’ severe wondering the most important occasions of the earlier century. Diverging from the focal point on narrative processing in conventional cognitivist thought, this e-book examines movie reception and construction within the context of the most recent advancements in cognitive and social psychology. Turning to German cinema as a case examine for this interdisciplinary partnership, Jennifer Marston William deals a clean examine a few the world over profitable movies of the twenty-first century, together with Nowhere in Africa, so long, Lenin!, Sophie Scholl, Downfall, The Lives of Others, and The Baader-Meinhof Complex.
By Laura K.C. Seibold
Laura ok. C. Seibold untersucht fallstudienbasiert den Wachstumsprozess ausgewählter Familienunternehmen mit den Methoden der Grounded concept, wobei sie einen qualitativen und einen quantitativen Ansatz kombiniert. Die Autorin leitet Hypothesen über relevante Wachstumsursachen und Wachstumsraten ab und bezieht hierbei auch die Einflüsse aus der Entwicklung der Gesamtwirtschaft und der jeweiligen Branchen in die Erklärungsansätze mit ein. Die identifizierten Wachstumstreiber können Führungskräften als Anhaltspunkte zur Strategiebildung dienen und als Grundlage für weitere Forschung genutzt werden.