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  1. Bubenhofer, Noah (2009): Sprachgebrauchsmuster. Korpuslinguistik als Methode der Diskurs- und Kulturanalyse.
    Published: 18.11.2014

    Rezension zu Bubenhofer, Noah (2009): Sprachgebrauchsmuster. Korpuslinguistik als Methode der Diskurs- und Kulturanalyse. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter. 1. Aufl., 388 Seiten. ( = Sprache und Wissen 4). more

     

    Rezension zu Bubenhofer, Noah (2009): Sprachgebrauchsmuster. Korpuslinguistik als Methode der Diskurs- und Kulturanalyse. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter. 1. Aufl., 388 Seiten. ( = Sprache und Wissen 4).

     

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    Source: CompaRe
    Language: German
    Media type: Review
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    DDC Categories: 430
    Subjects: Korpus <Linguistik>; Neue Zürcher Zeitung; Deutsch
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  2. Acta Facultatis Philosophicae Universitatis Ostraviensis / Studia Germanistica 12
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    Subjects: Deutsch; Deutschunterricht; Linguistik; Literatur; Zeitschrift
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  3. Eine moderne Universität braucht die Sprachwissenschaft "Linguistics are necessary for a modern university"

    A university continually produces new knowledge and discoveries, knowledge which is condensed in mental concepts resp. terms. These concepts have to be nominated by linguistic signs, normally by words. Research in linguistic fields provides the... more

     

    A university continually produces new knowledge and discoveries, knowledge which is condensed in mental concepts resp. terms. These concepts have to be nominated by linguistic signs, normally by words. Research in linguistic fields provides the essential theoretical and practical fundaments, especially by research in language for special purposes.

     

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  4. Das Zusammenspiel der Valenz- und Konstruktionsgrammatik auf dem Feld der syntaktischen Analysen The interplay of valency grammar and construction grammar in syntactic analyses

    Many linguistic discussions have focused on the question whether construction grammar represents an alternative descriptive grammatical model to valency grammar. The aim of this paper is to evaluate the pros and cons of valency grammar-based and... more

     

    Many linguistic discussions have focused on the question whether construction grammar represents an alternative descriptive grammatical model to valency grammar. The aim of this paper is to evaluate the pros and cons of valency grammar-based and construction grammar-based models using actual linguistic data, demonstrating that both models are mutually complementary and thus represent a suitable framework for syntactic and semantic analysis.

     

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    Subjects: Valenzgrammatik; Konstruktionsgrammatik; Deutsch
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  5. Eine diachrone Untersuchung zum Stil theorievermittelnder Wirtschaftstexte Diachronic stylistic analysis of academic economic texts

    The article characterizes the stylistic tendencies found in academic economic texts with a high degree of abstraction presenting economic theory from the end of the 18th century to the present day. At the centre of the author's attention are changes... more

     

    The article characterizes the stylistic tendencies found in academic economic texts with a high degree of abstraction presenting economic theory from the end of the 18th century to the present day. At the centre of the author's attention are changes that are visible on the microstructural level of the text. In this connection, the author also describes quantitative methods that can be used in the diachronic analysis of academic texts.

     

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    Subjects: Fachsprache; Wirtschaftssprache; Sprachgeschichte; Deutsch
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