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17.07.2017

Neuer Sammelband "Diskursmarker im Deutschen"

herausgegeben von Hardarik Blühdorn, Arnulf Deppermann, Henrike Helmer und Thomas Spranz-Fogasy[more]

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17.07.2017

Neu: Beitrag zu "Tools for Multimodal Annotation"

von Steve Cassidy und Thomas Schmidt im Handbook of Linguistic Annotation[more]

Category: Pragmatik-intern

21.06.2017

Neuer Aufsatz zur 'Construction and dissemination' des FOLK-Korpus

von Thomas Schmidt[more]

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12.06.2017

Neuer Aufsatz von Thomas Schmidt et al.

zur Nutzbarmachung exisitierender CLARIN web services für Transkripte gesprochener Sprache[more]

Category: Pragmatik-intern

29.05.2017

Neue Versionen

von EXMARaLDA, FOLKER und OrthoNormal[more]

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12.05.2017

Neue Publikationen

von Reinhold Schmitt zu "Objektbesichtigungen in der Kirche" sowie zur "De-facto-Didaktik" erschienen[more]

Category: Pragmatik-intern

13.04.2017

Neuer Artikel von Henrike Helmer zu "Analepsen mit Topik-Drop"

in der Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik (ZGL) erschienen[more]

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Pragmatics Department

Head of the Department: Prof. Dr. Arnulf Deppermann, deppermann (at) ids-mannheim.de

Research on spoken language in social interaction

The Pragmatics Department focuses on research of spoken German and its variation. Central research topics are the analysis of language use in social interaction and its coordination with bodily and spatial resources in multimodal interaction.

In the project Constitution of meaning in social interaction (interactional semantics), we examine the practices interactants use to define, interpret, negotiate, etc. the local meaning of expressions and actions in interaction.

For a full list of all projects in German, see here

Corpora of spoken German and corpus technology

A second focus of the department is on the construction and dissemination of large corpora of audio- and video-data of contemporary spoken German, among them the Research and Teaching Corpus of Spoken German in social interaction (FOLK) and the development of digital tools and software for transcription and corpus research.

Staff of the Pragmatics Department