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Medienlinguistik und interdisziplinäre Forschung I

Textsortenfragen im medialen Umfeld

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Zofia Bilut-Homplewicz, Anna Hanus and Agnieszka Mac

Dieses Buch untersucht sprachwissenschaftliche und medienspezifische Fragestellungen sowie Herangehensweisen unter dem Aspekt der Medienlinguistik. Die AutorInnen beziehen dabei Ansätze, Konzepte und Methoden weiterer Disziplinen mit ein. Medienlinguistik und Interdisziplinarität sind somit eng miteinander verknüpft. Der Band gibt anhand ausgewählter Medientextsorten Einblick in neuere Entwicklungen und lässt dabei sowohl theoretische Überlegungen als auch empirische Analysen zu Wort kommen.

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Journalistische Kulturen zwischen Redaktion, Nation und Sprachraum (Martin Luginbühl)

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Martin Luginbühl(Universität Basel)

Journalistische Kulturen zwischen Redaktion, Nation und Sprachraum

Abstract: In cultural studies within genre studies, media linguistics as well as media studies, homogeneous culture areas which are static and defined by national boundaries or single language areas had been postulated for a long period of time (cf. Esser 2014, Hepp 2008). This view has been radically changed as in recent works of media linguistics and genre studies, culture has been conceptualized as a semiotically established practice within a social group which is dynamic and heterogenous within single countries and language areas (cf. e.g. Auer 2000, Günthner/Linke 2006).

In this single case study, I will address the question in what respect the cultural characteristics of TV news storiesare influenced by editorial staffs, national and/or single language areasas well as different organization forms. To this purpose, the stylistic characteristics of the media coverage of a meteorite impact in Russia from different television stations in Germany, France and Switzerland will be compared. This experimental design corresponds to the “multifactorial parallel text analysis” (Hauser/Luginbühl 2011) and allows for a simultaneous account of the parameters language (German – French), nation (Germany – France – Switzerland) as well as the form of media organization (public – private) in different combinations.

The analysis shows that particularly with respect to the staging of closeness and distance, different stylistic patterns are realized that can be identified analytically on different levels such as intonation patterns, vocabulary, topic development, use...

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