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  1. "Operationalizing": or, the function of measurement in modern literary theory
    Erschienen: 01.12.2013

    The concept of length, the concept is synonymous, the concept is nothing more than, the proper definition of a concept ... Forget programs and visions; the operational approach refers specifically to concepts, and in a very specific way: it describes... mehr

     

    The concept of length, the concept is synonymous, the concept is nothing more than, the proper definition of a concept ... Forget programs and visions; the operational approach refers specifically to concepts, and in a very specific way: it describes the process whereby concepts are transformed into a series of operations—which, in their turn, allow to measure all sorts of objects. Operationalizing means building a bridge from concepts to measurement, and then to the world. In our case: from the concepts of literary theory, through some form of quantification, to literary texts.

     

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    Sprache: Englisch
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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Literaturtheorie (801)
    Sammlung: Stanford Literary Lab
    Schlagworte: Digital Humanities; Literaturtheorie; Tragödie; Dialoganalyse; Quantitative Literaturwissenschaft
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  2. "dass hier kaum mehr von Netzliteratur die Rede ist..." : erneute Überlegungen zur Relevanz von Mailinglisten für die Kanonisierung von Netzliteratur
    Erschienen: 20.04.2009

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    Sprache: Deutsch
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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Schlagworte: Kanon; Netzliteratur
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  3. A Quantitative Literary History of 2,958 Nineteenth-Century British Novels : The Semantic Cohort Method
    Erschienen: 01.05.2012

    The nineteenth century in Britain saw tumultuous changes that reshaped the fabric of society and altered the course of modernization. It also saw the rise of the novel to the height of its cultural power as the most important literary form of the... mehr

     

    The nineteenth century in Britain saw tumultuous changes that reshaped the fabric of society and altered the course of modernization. It also saw the rise of the novel to the height of its cultural power as the most important literary form of the period. This paper reports on a long-term experiment in tracing such macroscopic changes in the novel during this crucial period. Specifically, we present findings on two interrelated transformations in novelistic language that reveal a systemic concretization in language and fundamental change in the social spaces of the novel. We show how these shifts have consequences for setting, characterization, and narration as well as implications for the responsiveness of the novel to the dramatic changes in British society.

    This paper has a second strand as well. This project was simultaneously an experiment in developing quantitative and computational methods for tracing changes in literary language. We wanted to see how far quantifiable features such as word usage could be pushed toward the investigation of literary history. Could we leverage quantitative methods in ways that respect the nuance and complexity we value in the humanities? To this end, we present a second set of results, the techniques and methodological lessons gained in the course of designing and running this project.

     

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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Sammlung: Stanford Literary Lab
    Schlagworte: Roman; Englische Literatur; Viktorianisches Zeitalter; Kulturgeschichte; Literaturgeschichte; Digital Humanities; Methodologie; Worthäufigkeit; Quantitative Literaturwissenschaft
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  4. Adornos Kulturkritik : zwischen Apokalypse und Messianismus
    Erschienen: 02.11.2009

    Das Strohfeuer des Kulturbetriebs anläßlich des 100. Geburtstages von Theodor W. Adorno ist fast schon wieder verbrannt, die Geschäfte sind gemacht. Was bleibt, ist die "Wunde Adorno", wie er einmal von der "Wunde Heine" sprach. Ein Ärgernis - das... mehr

     

    Das Strohfeuer des Kulturbetriebs anläßlich des 100. Geburtstages von Theodor W. Adorno ist fast schon wieder verbrannt, die Geschäfte sind gemacht. Was bleibt, ist die "Wunde Adorno", wie er einmal von der "Wunde Heine" sprach. Ein Ärgernis - das wäre sein bestes Vermächtnis. Von Heine sagte er: "Sein Name ist ein Ärgernis und nur wer dem ohne Schönfärberei sich stellt, kann hoffen, weiterzuhelfen." (Die Wunde Heine, 146)

     

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    Schlagworte: Adorno; Theodor W.; Kulturkritik; Heine; Heinrich
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  5. Articulatory correlates of the voicing contrast in alveolar obstruent production in German

    This work investigates laryngeal and supralaryngeal correlates of the voicing contrast in alveolar obstruent production in German. It further studies laryngealoral co-ordination observed for such productions. Three different positions of the... mehr

     

    This work investigates laryngeal and supralaryngeal correlates of the voicing contrast in alveolar obstruent production in German. It further studies laryngealoral co-ordination observed for such productions. Three different positions of the obstruents are taken into account: the stressed, syllable initial position, the post-stressed intervocalic position, and the post-stressed word final position. For the latter the phonological rule of final devoicing applies in German. The different positions are chosen in order to study the following hypotheses:

    1. The presence/absence of glottal opening is not a consistent correlate of the voicing contrast in German.

    2. Supralaryngeal correlates are also involved in the contrast.

    3. Supralaryngeal correlates can compensate for the lack of distinction in laryngeal adjustment.

    Including the word final position is motivated by the question whether neutralization in word final position would be complete or whether some articulatory residue of the contrast can be found.

    Two experiments are carried out. The first experiment investigates glottal abduction in co-ordination with tongue-palate contact patterns by means of simultaneous recordings of transillumination, fiberoptic films and Electropalatography (EPG). The second experiment focuses on supralaryngeal correlates of alveolar stops studied by means of Electromagnetic Articulography (EMA) simultaneously with EPG. Three German native speakers participated in both recordings. Results of this study provide evidence that the first hypothesis holds true for alveolar stops when different positions are taken into account. In fricative production it is also confirmed since voiceless and voiced fricatives are most of the time realised with glottal abduction. Additionally, supralaryngeal correlates are involved in the voicing contrast under two perspectives. First, laryngeal and supralaryngeal movements are well synchronised in voiceless obstruent production, particularly in the stressed position. Second, supralaryngeal correlates occur especially in the post-stressed intervocalic position. Results are discussed with respect to the phonetics-phonology interface, to the role of timing and its possible control, to the interarticulatory co-ordination, and to stress as 'localised hyperarticulation'.

     

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