Linking up Cognitive Systems in Language: Attention and Force Dynamics
Martina Lampert and Günther Lampert
A Study in Linguistic (Meta-)Categorization
Günther Lampert and Martina Lampert
A Cognitive-Semantic Investigation into Morphological Compositionality in English
Zur kognitiven und kommunikativen Basis einer Grammatischen Kategorie.
Toward a Multimodal Analysis of Quoting Verbatim in English
This book offers in-depth qualitative case studies of 70 acts of quoting verbatim performed by 16 US speakers across a range of public settings. While their written versions unequivocally index the other voice via quotation marks, the video data drawn from the internet largely lack any non-verbal cues. Contrary to expectation, the quotations’ verbatimness is hardly ever translated into the gradient media: It neither stands out by vocal parameters (pauses, pitch, or intensity) when analyzed acoustically with Praat; nor are (manual) gestures, shift of gaze or body posture called on to serve as regular discriminating quoting practices. In general, the other voice is effectively found backgrounded, if not suppressed, in its oral performance, unless explicitly introduced by a digital quotative.