Updated on 2021/12/08

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SCHARLOTH, Joachim
 
Affiliation
Faculty of International Research and Education, School of International Liberal Studies
Job title
Professor

Concurrent Post

  • Faculty of International Research and Education   Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies

Degree

  • 博士

 

Research Areas

  • Linguistics

Papers

  • City as a Protest Space

    Joachim Scharloth

    ZEITSCHRIFT FUR GERMANISTISCHE LINGUISTIK   47 ( 2 ) 337 - 354  2019.08

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    This article is concerned with the question why and how urban space becomes a space of protest and contestation. It argues that protest transforms urban space into an alternative space, in which the conventional practices associated with this space, the space's symbolic functions and the concepts of space themselves are interpreted as means to create power. Protest emerges where the constitutive characteristics of public spaces are restricted, i.e. where accessibility, freedom of conduct and role diversity, and anonymity are limited. After laying the theoretical foundations, the article discusses the typical functions of squares (gatherings and rallies), streets (marches and demonstrations), and parks (festivals, preparation, recreation) for urban protests. It finally discusses the protest practices of the black block, of the occupation of squares, and of Reclaim the Streets in the light of the theories of urban space.

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  • Korpuspragmatik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Pragmatiktheorien II. Diskursanalysen im Vergleich. Tübingen: Stauffenburg.     91 - 121  2018  [Invited]

  • Korpuspragmatik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Pragmatiktheorien II. Diskursanalysen im Vergleich. Tübingen: Stauffenburg.     91 - 121  2018  [Invited]

  • Korpuspragmatik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Pragmatiktheorien II. Diskursanalysen im Vergleich. Tübingen: Stauffenburg.     91 - 121  2018  [Invited]

  • Invektivität - Perspektiven eines neuen Forschungsprogramms in den Kulturund Sozialwissenschaften.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Kulturwissenschaftliche Zeitschrift (Co-authors: Ellerbrock, Dagmar / Lars Koch / Sabine Müller-Mall / Marina Münkler / Dominik Schrage / Gerd Schwerhoff)   ( 1(1) ) 2 - 24  2018  [Refereed]

  • Towards Automated Contextualization of News Articles.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    MIS2: Misinformation and Misbehavior Mining on the Web - WSDM Workshops (Co-authors: Escher, Stephan C. / Reubold, Jan L. / Kwasnicki, Richard / Hagen, Lutz M. / Strufe, Thorsten)   ( 2018 ) 0 - 0  2018  [Refereed]

  • Editorial.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Sprachliche Gewalt. Formen und Effekte von Hassrede, Pejorisierung und verbaler Aggression. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler. (Co-authors: Klinker, Fabian / Szczęk, Joanna)     1 - 5  2018  [Invited]

  • 「1968年」とマス・メディア [1968 und die Massenmedien].

    Scharloth, Joachim

    思想 [Shisou]   ( No. 1129 (2018/5) ) 130 - 145  2018  [Refereed]

  • Using text analysis to quantify the similarity and evolution of scientific disciplines.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Royal Society Open Science (Co-authors: Dias, Laercio / Martin Gerlach / Eduardo G. Altmann)   ( 5: 171545 ) 0 - 0  2018  [Refereed]

  • Sprachliche Gewalt und soziale Ordnung: Metainvektive Debatten als Medium der Politik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Sprachliche Gewalt. Formen und Effekte von Hassrede, Pejorisierung und verbaler Aggression. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler.     7 - 28  2018  [Invited]

  • Editorial.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Aptum   ( 2/2017 ) 97 - 99  2017  [Refereed]

  • Beziehung und 'Scripted narrative': Erzählungen vom Ersten Mal.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Sprache und Beziehung. Berlin: de Gruyter (= Linguistik. Impulse und Tendenzen, Bd. 69). (Co-authors: Müller, Nicole)     73 - 97  2017  [Invited]

  • Der Star als Plattform. Populärkultur und Medienwandel am Beispiel von Cyber-Star Hatsune Miku.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Populärkultur: Perspektiven und Analysen. Bielefeld: transcript. (Co-authors: Nunokawa, Yasuko)     97 - 112  2017  [Invited]

  • Ist die AfD eine populistische Partei? Eine Analyse am Beispiel des Landesverbandes Rheinland-Pfalz.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Aptum   ( 1-17 ) 1 - 15  2017  [Refereed]

  • Editorial.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Aptum   ( 2/2017 ) 97 - 99  2017  [Refereed]

  • Hassrede und Invektivität als Gegenstand der Sprachwissenschaft und Sprachphilosophie: Bausteine zu einer Theorie des Metainvektiven.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Aptum   ( 2/2017 ) 116 - 132  2017  [Refereed]

  • Introdcution.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)     1 - 10  2016  [Invited]

  • Introdcution.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)     1 - 10  2016  [Invited]

  • Introdcution.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)     1 - 10  2016  [Invited]

  • Introdcution.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)     1 - 10  2016  [Invited]

  • Introdcution.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)     1 - 10  2016  [Invited]

  • Introdcution.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)     1 - 10  2016  [Invited]

  • Introdcution.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)     1 - 10  2016  [Refereed]  [Invited]

  • Datengeleiteter Grundwortschatz Deutsch.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Linguistische Grundlagen für den Sprachunterricht. Bozen-Bolzano University Press. (Co-authors: Lange, Willi / Saburo Okamura)     221 - 230  2016  [Invited]

  • Introdcution.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)     1 - 10  2016  [Invited]

  • Kulturwissenschaftliche Orientierung in der Computer- und Korpuslinguistik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Sprachwissenschaft als Kulturwissenschaft: Sprache - Kultur - Kommunikation / Language - Culture - Communication. (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah)     918 - 927  2016  [Invited]

  • Gibt es einen Kernwortschatz? Datengeleitete Perspektiven auf die Erstellung von Grundwortschätzen für Deutsch als Fremdsprache.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Versprachlichung von Welt. Il mondo in parole. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Maria Lieber. Tübingen: Stauffenburg. (Co-authors: Saburo Okamura / Willi Lange)     273 - 284  2016  [Invited]

  • Praktiken modellieren: Dialogmodellierung als Methode der Interaktionalen Linguistik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Sprachliche und kommunikative Praktiken. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.     311 - 336  2016  [Invited]

  • Wortschatz in Lehrwerken für Deutsch als Fremdsprache: ein frequenzorientierter Ansatz.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Linguistik und Schulbuchforschung. Göttingen: V&R unipress. (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah / Willi Lange / Saburo Okamura)     85 - 110  2015  [Invited]

  • Grundwortschatz Deutsch als Fremdsprache: Ein datengeleiteter Ansatz.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Deutscher Wortschatz - beschreiben, lernen, lehren. Beiträge zur Wortschatzarbeit in Wissenschaft, Sprachunterricht, Gesellschaft. Frankfurt am Main u.a.: Peter Lang. (Co-authors: Lange, Willi / Saburo Okamura)     203 - 219  2015  [Invited]

  • Maschinelle Textanalyse im Zeichen von Big Data und Data-driven Turn - Überblick und Desiderate.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Zeitschrift für Germanistische Linguistik (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah)   ( 43(1) ) 1 - 26  2015  [Refereed]

  • Rhizome digital: Datengeleitete Methoden für alte und neue Fragestellungen in der Diskursanalyse.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Zeitschrift für Diskursforschung (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah / Eugster, David)   ( 1 (Sonderheft Diskurs, Interpretation, Hermeneutik) ) 144 - 172  2015  [Refereed]

  • What Types of Terms Do People Use When Describing an Individual's Personality?

    Daniel Leising, Joachim Scharloth, Oliver Lohse, Dustin Wood

    PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE   25 ( 9 ) 1787 - 1794  2014.09  [Refereed]

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    An important yet untested assumption within personality psychology is that more important person characteristics are more densely reflected in language. We investigated how ratings of importance and other term properties are associated with one another and with a term's frequency of use. Research participants were asked to provide terms that described individuals they knew, which resulted in a set of 624 adjectives. These terms were independently rated for importance, social desirability, observability, stateness versus traitness, level of abstraction, and base rate. Terms rated as describing more important person characteristics were in fact used more often by the participants in the sample and in a large corpus of online communications (close to 500 million words). More frequently used terms and more positive terms were also rated as being more abstract, more traitlike, and more widely applicable (i.e., having a greater base rate). We discuss the implications of these findings with regard to person perception in general.

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  • Korpuspragmatische Methoden für kulturanalytische Fragestellungen.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Kommunikation - Korpus - Kultur: Ansätze und Konzepte einer kulturwissenschaftlichen Linguistik. Giessen Contributions to the Study of Culture. Trier: Wvt Wissenschaftlicher Verlag. (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah)     47 - 66  2014  [Invited]

  • Revolution in a Word. A communicative history of discussion in the German 1968 protest movement.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    A Revolution of Perception? Consequences and Echoes of 1968. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books.     162 - 183  2014  [Invited]

  • Narrative Muster und Diskursanalyse: Ein datengeleiteter Ansatz.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Zeitschrift für Semiotik. Band 35 (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah / Nicole Müller)   ( Heft 3-4 (2013) ) 419 - 444  2014  [Refereed]

  • Sprachthematisierungen: Ein korpuslinguistisch-frequenzorientierter Zugang.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Aptum (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah)   ( 2-14 ) 140 - 154  2014  [Refereed]

  • Quand dire (ou programmer), c’est faire.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Le Journal des Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers   ( Cahier A: Communautés performées ) 22 - 23  2013  [Refereed]

  • Gibt es eine Sprache des politischen Extremismus?

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Die da oben - Texte, Medien, Partizipation. Bremen: Hempen. (Co-authors: Ebling, Sarah / Tobias Dussa / Noah Bubenhofer)     43 - 67  2013  [Invited]

  • Korpuslinguistische Diskursanalyse: Der Nutzen empirisch-quantitativer Verfahren.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Diskurslinguistik im Spannungsfeld von Deskription und Kritik. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag. (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah)     147 - 168  2013  [Invited]

  • Das Wuchern der Rhizome. Linguistische Diskursanalyse und Data-driven Turn.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Linguistische Diskursanalyse. Neue Perspektiven. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag. (Co-authors: David Eugster / Noah Bubenhofer)     345 - 380  2013  [Invited]

  • Krisensemantiken in der Schweiz: Korpuspragmatische Untersuchungen zur sprachlichen Konstruktion von Krisen.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    獨協大学ドイツ学研究65号 (Co-authors: Gerber, Christian / Glättli, Balthasar / Studer, Michel / Bubenhofer, Noah / Ebling, Sarah / Vola, Saskia)   ( 2012.3 ) 124 - 152  2012  [Refereed]

  • 1968 in Europe

    Scharloth, Joachim

    The Transborder 60s. USA, Japan and Europe. Tokyo: Sairyusha.     251 - 261  2012  [Invited]

  • Korpuspragmatische Analysen alpinistischer Literatur.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Travaux neuchâtelois de linguistique (TRANEL) (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah)   ( Université de Neuchâtel ) 241 - 259  2012  [Refereed]

  • Einleitung.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Heidrun Kämper / Joachim Scharloth / Martin Wengeler (Hrsg.) (2010): 1968. Eine sprachwissenschaftliche Zwischenbilanz. Berlin & New York: de Gruyter. (Co-authors: Kämper, Heidrun / Martin Wengeler)     1 - 25  2012  [Invited]

  • Introduction.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    The Establishment Responds. Power (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke / Laura Wong)   ( Politics and Protest Since 1945. New York, London: Palgrave Macmillan ) 1 - 13  2012  [Refereed]

  • Stil als Kategorie der soziopragmatischen Sprachgeschichte: Korpusgeleitete Zugänge zur Sprache der 68er-Bewegung.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Historische Sprachwissenschaft. Erkenntnisinteressen, Grundlagenprobleme, Desiderate. Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter. (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah)     227 - 261  2012  [Invited]

  • Von der Informalität zum doing buddy. "1968" in der Sprachgeschichte des Deutschen.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Heidrun Kämper / Joachim Scharloth / Martin Wengeler (Hrsg.) (2010): 1968. Eine sprachwissenschaftliche Zwischenbilanz. Berlin & New York: de Gruyter.     27 - 54  2012  [Invited]

  • Datengeleitete Korpuspragmatik: Korpusvergleich als Methode der Stilanalyse.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Korpuspragmatik. Thematische Korpora als Basis diskurslinguistischer Analysen von Texten und Gesprächen. Berlin, New York: de Gruyter. (Co-authors: Noah Bubenhofer)     195 - 230  2012  [Invited]

  • Methoden der Bestimmung des Kernwortschatzes Deutsch.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Grundwortschatz Deutsch: Lexikografische und fremdsprachendidaktische Perspektiven. JGG: Tokyo. (Co-authors: Okamura, Saburo / Willi Lange)     29 - 44  2012  [Invited]

  • Gengoishiki to Bunkabunseki no Gengogaku.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Gengoishiki to Shakai - Doitsu no Shiten / Nihon no Shiten. Sangensha: Tokyo.     251 - 278  2011  [Invited]

  • Introduction.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Between the Prague Spring and the French May 1968. Transnational Exchange and National Recontextualization of Protest Cultures. New York, Oxford: Berghahn. (Co-authors: Klimke, Martin / Jacco Pekelder)     1 - 11  2011  [Invited]

  • Der Sprachgebrauch der '1968er'. Antirituale und Informalisierung.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Sprache der Generationen. Mannheim: Duden.     167 - 185  2011  [Invited]

  • Kunstausstellungen im Exil. Perspektiven einer datengeleiteten Analyse.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Netzwerke des Exils. Künstlerische Verflechtungen, Austausch und Patronage nach 1933. Berlin: Gebr. Mann. (Co-authors: Papenbrock, Martin)     297 - 311  2011  [Invited]

  • Kunstausstellungen im Nationalsozialismus: Musteridentifizierung und Visualisierung.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Museum und Politik. Allianzen und Konflikte. Göttingen 2011 (= Kunst und Politik. Jahrbuch der Guernica-Gesellschaft, 13/2011), (Co-authors: Papenbrock, Martin)     153 - 68  2011  [Invited]

  • Datengeleitete Analyse kunsthistorischer Daten am Beispiel von Ausstellungskatalogen aus der NS-Zeit: Musteridentifizierung und Visualisierung.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Kunstgeschichte: Open Peer Reviewed Journal (Co-authors: Papenbrock, Martin)   ( urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-kuge-137-1 ) 0 - 0  2011  [Refereed]

  • Welcher Wortschatz? Korpuslinguistische Untersuchungen zur Wortschatzselektion japanischer Deutschlehrbücher für Anfänger.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Doitsugo Kyoiku - Deutschunterricht in Japan (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah / Willi Lange / Saburo Okamura)   ( 16 ) 43 - 60  2011  [Refereed]

  • Kontext korpuslinguistisch: Die induktive Berechnung von Sprachgebrauchsmustern in großen Textkorpora.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Text-Zeichen und Kon-Texte. Studien zu soziokulturellen Konstellationen literalen Handelns. Tübingen. (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah)     85 - 108  2010  [Invited]

  • Utopia in Practice: The Discovery of Performativity in Sixties' Protest, Arts and Sciences.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Historising 1968 and the Long Sixties. Historein (Co-authors: Klimke, Martin)   ( 9-09 ) 46 - 56  2010  [Refereed]

  • Sprachnormen - Geschichtsphilosophie - Mentalitäten. Die Hochdeutschdebatte in der Adelungzeit unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Position Johann Jakob Hemmers.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Di Fernunft Siget. Der kurpfälzische Universalgelehrte Johann Jakob Hemmer (1733-1790) und sein Werk. Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik (Reihe A: Kongressberichte). Peter Lang.     77 - 102  2010  [Invited]

  • Die Schweiz in der Krise: Korpuspragmatische Untersuchungen zur sprachlichen Konstruktion und Diffusion von Krisensemantiken.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Sprache(n) der Krise - International vergleichende Perspektiven. Sonderheft der Zeitschrift Aptum (Co-authors: Christian Gerber / Balthasar Glättli / Michel Studer / Noah Bubenhofer / Sarah Ebling / Saskia Vola)   ( 2-10 ) 99 - 120  2010  [Refereed]

  • Die feinen Unterschiede. Zur sozialen Konstruktivität von Begrüßungsritualen im Japanischen unter formal Statusgleichen.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Zeitschrift für Angewandte Linguistik (Co-authors: Saburo Okamura)   ( 52 ) 49 - 79  2010  [Refereed]

  • Forschergruppe semtracks (Bubenhofer, Noah / Tobias Dussa / Sarah Ebling / Martin Klimke / Klaus Rothenhäusler / Joachim Scharloth / Suarès Tamekue / Saskia Vola)

    Scharloth, Joachim

    So etwas wie eine Botschaft. Korpuslinguistische Analysen der Bundestagswahl 2009. Sprachreport 4/2009 (Co-authors: Forschergruppe semtracks (Bubenhofer, Noah / Tobias Dussa / Sarah Ebling / Martin Klimke / Klaus Rothenhäusler / Suarès Tamekue / Saskia Vola))   ( Mannheim: Institut für Deutsche Sprache ) 2 - 10  2009  [Refereed]

  • Grußrituale im Japanischen. Untersuchungen im Feld der experimentellen Pragmatik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    IDV-Magazin (Co-authors: Saburo Okamura)   ( Nr. 81, Dezember 2009 ) 383 - 407  2009  [Refereed]

  • Performanz als Modus des Sprechens und Interaktionsmodalität. Zur linguistischen Fundierung eines kulturwissenschaftlichen Konzeptes.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Oberfläche und Performanz. Untersuchungen zur Sprache als dynamischer Gestalt. Berlin, New York: deGruyter, Niemeyer.     233 - 254  2009  [Invited]

  • Theatrale Kommunikation als Interaktionsmodalität.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Theatralität des sprachlichen Handelns. Eine Metaphorik zwischen Linguistik und Kulturwissenschaften. Paderborn: Fink.     337 - 356  2009  [Invited]

  • 1968 in Europe. An Introduction.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    1968 in Europe. A History of Protest and Activism, 1956-77. With an Afterword by Tom Hayden. New York, London: Palgrave Macmillan. (Co-authors: Klimke, Martin)     1 - 9  2008  [Invited]

  • Der Zürcher Sommer 1968 - Ein Vorwort zu Buch und digitaler Edition.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Angelika Linke / Joachim Scharloth (Co-authors: Angelika Linke)    2008  [Invited]

  • Kommunikationsguerilla 1968. Strategien der Subversion symbolischer Ordnung in der Studentenbewegung.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Musikulturen in der Revolte. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.     187 - 196  2008  [Invited]

  • XML-Technologien als Grundlage dynamischer Textpräsentation. Die digitale Quellenedition 'Der Zürcher Sommer 1968'.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah / Susanne Haaf / Celine Jourdain / Monika Schnoz / Ursula Stutz)   ( 9 ) 87 - 107  2008  [Refereed]

  • Adelung und seine Gegner. Zur Bedeutung geschichtsphilosophischer Kategorien für die Sprachkunde der Spätaufklärung.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Aufklärer, Sprachgelehrter, Didaktiker: Johann Christoph Adelung (1732-1806). Tübingen: Narr.     89 - 114  2008  [Invited]

  • Anti-Ritual, Medieninszenierung und Transnationalität: Kulturwissenschaftliche Aspekte von '68'.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen (Co-authors: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)   ( 4 ) 106 - 117  2008  [Refereed]

  • The Word War: 'Yes, He Did' - How Obama won the (rhetorical) battle for the White House.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    International Relations and Security Network (ISN) (Co-authors: Bubenhofer, Noah / Martin Klimke)   ( ETH Zurich, December 2008 ) 0 - 0  2008  [Refereed]

  • Du musst den Dingen ihre eigene Melodie vorspielen und sie werden zu tanzen beginnen. Ein Gespräch mit Rainer Langhans.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    1968. Handbuch zur Kultur- und Mediengeschichte der Studentenbewegung. Stuttgart: Metzler. (Co-authors: Klimke, Martin)     311 - 316  2007  [Invited]

  • Maos Rote Garden? '1968' zwischen kulturrevolutionärem Anspruch und subversiver Praxis - Eine Einleitung.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    1968. Handbuch zur Kultur- und Mediengeschichte Studentenbewegung. Stuttgart: Metzler. (Co-authors: Klimke, Martin)     1 - 7  2007  [Invited]

  • Ritualkritik und Rituale des Protest. Die Entdeckung des Performativen in der Studentenbewegung der 1960er Jahre.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    1968. Handbuch zur Kultur- und Mediengeschichte der Studentenbewegung.     75 - 87  2007  [Invited]

  • Die Sprache der Revolte. Linke Wörter und avantgardistische Kommunikationsstile.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    1968. Handbuch zur Kultur- und Mediengeschichte der Studentenbewegung.     223 - 234  2007  [Invited]

  • 1968 und die Unordnung in der Sprache. Kommunikationsstrukturelle und sozialstilistische Untersuchungen.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Die (Un)Ordnung des Diskurses. Leipzig.     11 - 36  2007  [Invited]

  • Performanz als Kategorie einer kulturanalytischen Linguistik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Zeitschrift für Deutsche Philologie   ( 126 ) 390 - 410  2007  [Refereed]

  • Schweizer Hochdeutsch - schlechtes Hochdeutsch?

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Schweizer Standarddeutsch. Beiträge zur Varietätenlinguistik. Tübingen: Narr.     81 - 96  2006  [Invited]

  • Schweizer Hochdeutsch - schlechtes Hochdeutsch?

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Schweizer Standarddeutsch. Beiträge zur Varietätenlinguistik. Tübingen: Narr.     81 - 96  2006  [Invited]

  • Die Semantik der Kulturen. Diskurssemantische Grundfiguren als Kategorien einer linguistischen Kulturanalyse.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Brisante Semantik. Neuere Konzepte und Forschungsergebnisse einer kulturwissenschaftlichen Linguistik. Tübingen: Niemeyer.     119 - 135  2005  [Invited]

  • Ist Standarddeutsch für Deutschschweizer eine Fremdsprache? Untersuchungen zu einem Topos des sprachreflexiven Diskurses.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Linguistik online (Co-authors: Hägi, Sara)   ( 24, 3/05 ) 0 - 0  2005  [Refereed]

  • Zwischen Fremdsprache und nationaler Varietät. Untersuchungen zum Plurizentrizitätsbewusstsein der Deutschschweizer.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Standardvariationen und Sprachideologien in verschiedenen Sprachkulturen der Welt / Standard Variations and Language Ideologies in Different Language Cultures around the World. Frankfurt am Main u.a.: Lang.     21 - 44  2005  [Invited]

  • The Revolutionary Argumentative Pattern in Puristic Discourse: The Swabian dialect in the debate about the standardization of German in the 18th century.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Linguistic Purism in the Germanic Languages. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter.     86 - 96  2005  [Invited]

  • Deutsche Sprache, deutsche Sitten. Die Sprachkonzeption von J.M.R. Lenz im Kontext der Sprachnormendebatte des 18. Jahrhunderts.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Lenz-Jahrbuch. Sturm und Drang Studien   ( Bd. 12, 2002/03 ) 89 - 118  2005  [Refereed]

  • Pragmatische Geschichte(n). Theorie der Sprachgeschichte und Erzählstrategien bei Adelung und dem soziopragmatischen Paradigma.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Beiträge zur Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft   ( 15 ) 31 - 52  2005  [Refereed]

  • Asymmetrische Plurizentrizität und Sprachbewusstsein. Einstellungen der Deutschschweizer zum Standarddeutschen.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Zeitschrift für Germanistische Linguistik   ( 33.2 ) 236 - 267  2005  [Refereed]

  • Neuere Entwicklungen [in der Semiotik].

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Studienbuch Linguistik. 5. erweiterte Auflage. Tübingen: Niemeyer.     43 - 48  2004  [Invited]

  • Der Deutschfranzose. Zu den mentalitätsgeschichtlichen Bedingungen der Sprachnormierungsdebatte zwischen 1766 und 1785.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Standardfragen. Soziolinguistische Perspektiven auf Sprachgeschichte, Sprachkontakt und Sprachvariation. Festgabe zum 60. Geburtstag von Klaus Jochem Mattheier. Frankfurt am Main u. a.     27 - 49  2003  [Invited]

  • Evidenz und Wahrscheinlichkeit: Wahlverwandtschaften zwischen Romanpoetik und Historik im 18. Jahrhundert.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Literatur und Geschichte. Ein Kompendium zu ihrem Verhältnis von der Aufklärung bis zur Gegenwart. Berlin, New York.     247 - 275  2002  [Invited]

  • Sprachmentalitäten in Spätaufklärung und Sturm und Drang. Eine ethnographische Annäherung anhand von Beispielen aus Schubarts "Deutscher Chronik".

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Einstellungsforschung in der Soziolinguistik und Nachbardisziplinen. Studies in Language Attitudes. Frankfurt am Main u. a.     41 - 57  2000  [Invited]

  • Linguistische Diskursanalyse: Überblick, Probleme, Perspektiven.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Sprache und Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht (Co-authors: Bluhm, Claudia / Dirk Deissler / Anja Stukenbrock)   ( 88 ) 3 - 19  2000  [Refereed]

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Books and Other Publications

  • Platon Digital: Tradition und Rezeption

    Charlotte Schubert, Paul Molitor, Jörg Ritter, Joachim Scharloth, Kurt Sier( Part: Joint editor)

    Propylaeum  2019  [Refereed]

  • Linguistische Kulturanalyse

    Schröter, Juliane, Susanne Tienken, Yvonne Ilg, Joachim Scharloth, Noah Bubenhofer( Part: Joint editor)

    De Gruyter  2019 ISBN: 9783110583052

  • Sprachliche Gewalt. Formen und Effekte von Hassrede, Pejorisierung und verbaler Aggression. Stuttgart. (Co-edited with: Klinker, Fabian / Joanna Szczęk)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Metzler  2018

  • Hasrrede / Hate Speech. Sondernummer der Zeitschrift "Aptum". Heft 02/2017. Bremen.

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Hempen Verlag  2017

  • Protest Cultures. A Companion. New York/Oxford. (Co-edited with: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Berghahn Books  2016

  • Maschinelle Textanalyse. Sonderheft der Zeitschrift für Germanistische Linguistik. Heft 43(1). Berlin & New York. (Co-edited with: Bubenhofer, Noah)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    de Gruyter  2015

  • Grundwortschatz Deutsch. Tokyo: JGG. (= Studienreihe der Japanischen Gesellschaft fuer Germantistik 088) (Co-edited with: Okamura, Saburo / Willi Lange)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Sole author)

    Lexikografische und fremdsprachendidaktische Perspektiven  2012

  • The Establishment Responds. New York, London: Palgrave Macmillan. (Co-edited with: Fahlenbrach, Kathrin / Martin Klimke / Laura Wong)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Power, Politics, and Protest Since 1945  2012

  • 1968. Eine sprachwissenschaftliche Zwischenbilanz. Berlin & New York. (Co-edited with: Kämper, Heidrun / Martin Wengeler)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    de Gruyter  2012

  • Between Prague Spring and French May 1968. Opposition and Revolt in Europe, 1960-80. Oxford, New York. (Co-edited with: Klimke, Martin / Jacco Pekelder)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Berghahn Books  2011

  • 1968. Eine Kommunikationsgeschichte. Paderborn.

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Sole author)

    Fink  2011

  • Variatio delectat. Empirische Evidenzen und theoretische Passungen sprachlicher Variation. Klaus J. Mattheier zum 65. Geburtstag. Frankfurt am Main. (Co-edited with: Gilles, Peter / Evelyn Ziegler)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Lang  2010

  • Der Zürcher Sommer 1968. Zwischen Krawall, Utopie und Bürgersinn. Zürich. (Co-edited with: Linke, Angelika)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    NZZ Libro  2008

  • 1968 in Europe. A History of Protest and Activism, 1956-77. With an Afterword by Tom Hayden. New York, London. (Co-edited with: Klimke, Martin)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Palgrave Macmillan  2008

  • Germanic Language Histories 'from Below'. Linguistic Variation in the Germanic Languages from 1700 to 2000. Berlin & New York. (Co-edited with: Elspaß, Stephan / Nils Langer / Wim Vandenbussche)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    de Gruyter  2007

  • 1968. Handbuch zur Kultur- und Mediengeschichte der Studentenbewegung. Stuttgart. (Co-edited with: Klimke, Martin)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Metzler  2007

  • Sprachnormen und Mentalitäten. Sprachbewusstseinsgeschichte in Deutschland im Zeitraum von 1766 und 1785. Tübingen.

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Sole author)

    Niemeyer  2005

  • Einstellungsforschung in der Soziolinguistik und Nachbardisziplinen. Studies in Language Attitudes. Frankfurt am Main u.a. (= Variolingua 10) (Co-edited with: Deminger, Szilvia / Thorsten Fögen / Simone Zwickl)

    Scharloth, Joachim( Part: Edit)

    Lang  2000

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Research Projects

  • Modelling Linguistic Practices for Learners of German: A Data-driven Approach to Speech Act Sets and Speech Act Sequences

    JSPS  Grand-in-Aid for Scientific Research C

    Project Year :

    2018.04
    -
    2021.03
     

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    It is a commonplace in Second Language Teaching, that learners should not only acquire lexical and grammatical knowledge, but also a competence of how to act within a language. The knowledge of how to perform speech acts is at the base of this socio-pragmatic or communicative competence. Dialogical discourse types consist of sequences of ordered speech acts that convey communicative action and promote the negotiation of meaning in situated contexts. For the purpose of teaching German as a foreign language, Glaboniat et al. (2002) have elaborated a taxonomy of speech act types and an extensive list of typical patterns of their realization. Yet, these descriptions lack an empirical basis and ignore the importance of speech act sequencing. The research project wishes to fill these gaps. Based on large corpora of German the most commonly used patterned utterances speakers use to perform a certain speech act will be identified as well as the speech act sets and adjacency pairs, in which these patterns occur. The findings will be incorporated in the platform basic-german.com, a data-driven basic German vocabulary and open platform developed with the help of JSPS grants, which the applicant has co-created.

  • Modelling Linguistic Practices for Learners of German: A Data-driven Approach to Speech Act Sets and Speech Act Sequences

    JSPS  Grand-in-Aid for Scientific Research C

    Project Year :

    2018.04
    -
    2021.03
     

     View Summary

    It is a commonplace in Second Language Teaching, that learners should not only acquire lexical and grammatical knowledge, but also a competence of how to act within a language. The knowledge of how to perform speech acts is at the base of this socio-pragmatic or communicative competence. Dialogical discourse types consist of sequences of ordered speech acts that convey communicative action and promote the negotiation of meaning in situated contexts. For the purpose of teaching German as a foreign language, Glaboniat et al. (2002) have elaborated a taxonomy of speech act types and an extensive list of typical patterns of their realization. Yet, these descriptions lack an empirical basis and ignore the importance of speech act sequencing. The research project wishes to fill these gaps. Based on large corpora of German the most commonly used patterned utterances speakers use to perform a certain speech act will be identified as well as the speech act sets and adjacency pairs, in which these patterns occur. The findings will be incorporated in the platform basic-german.com, a data-driven basic German vocabulary and open platform developed with the help of JSPS grants, which the applicant has co-created.

  • Sorbenwissen - Sorbic Knowledge

    European Scoial Fund  Junior Research Group

    Project Year :

    2016.07
    -
    2019.06
     

  • Digital Plato, Tradition and Reception

    Volkswagen Foundation  Offen - für Außergewöhnliches

    Project Year :

    2016.04
    -
    2019.04
     

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    The reception of Plato’s work in ancient times is characterized by a tremendous diversity and has not nearly been researched enough. The goal of the Digital Plato project, which is funded by the Volkswagen Foundation, is to remedy these deficiencies caused by the abundant material as well as by methodical and methodological problems. As far as content is concerned, the project aims to reveal the aftermath and reception of Plato’s work in ancient Greek literature including the late ancient authors. For this purpose, we compile testimonies, citations and paraphrases in the form of a digital thesaurus. The outcome of the project will be the first and complete presentation of philosophy in the aftermath of Plato and his reception in Greek literature up to the late antiquity on the one hand. On the other hand, resulting from the specific interdisciplinarity of our approach, we shall develop a new approach access to cultural basic terms like “citation” and “paraphrase”. On the basis of existing approaches from paraphrasing technology and the manifold digital secondary data on Plato’s work and ancient Greek literature, we will need to develop a method of paraphrase retrieval, which, in the course of research, builds on citations, synonyms, adjacent terms and equivalent or combinable elements in the Corpus Platonicum. In addition, it should allow searching for indirect citations and non-literal paraphrases, possibly by a ‘classification’ of sentences or connected sentences from the post-Platonic Greek literature with respect to Plato’s terminology.

  • Urban Collective Design Environment. A new tool for enabling expert planners to co-create and communicate with citizens in urban design

    European Union  Horizon 2020

    Project Year :

    2016.02
    -
    2019.01
     

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    Whereas many tools for e-participation have been developed to involve citizens and large stakeholder groups, there are no digital instruments which enable the creative participation of the citizenship on a massive scale. The new co-design environment U_CODE enables communication and collaboration between large numbers of citizen and professional experts. Key novelty is a Public Project Space for non-professional civic users: a highly accessible, low-threshold public interface. For citizens who want to engage actively in the design process, a “Project Play Ground” is provided which features highly experiential design tools. Second key novelty of U_CODE is a collaboration platform which connects the “Project Play Ground” to professional urban designers. This Co-design Workspace is a unidirectional exchange hub between public users and professionals. It supports the collection of project relevant information, the generation of initial impulses, and the discussion of propositions in the early phase of the design. Key catalysers for co-design and communication are Moderated Models (MoM) that are exchanged and iterated between professionals and the public until mutual understanding is found. The Moderated Models are derivatives from a cloud-based Project Information Model (PIM) which integrates all project relevant information, including technical data as well as public input. Moderated models are published in the public Project Play Ground as to stimulate feedback e.g. via Social Media. U_CODE will assess the proposals on semantic and emotional level, in order to devise early detection of resistance against projects, and to prevent the build-up of negative public sentiment. U_CODE will enable professional creatives to utilise the public´s creativity, to follow public opinions and sentiments, and to derive design intelligence from them. The design and decision making process will be informed and transformed by impulses of “citizen experts” as a driving force.

  • Basic German Vocabulary for Foreign Language Learners: A data-driven Approach

    JSPS  Grand-in-Aid for Scientific Research B

    Project Year :

    2011.04
    -
    2015.03
     

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    Seeking to provide a methodical and objective basis for identifying and delineating what constitutes the basic vocabulary of the German language, we made use of the Internet’s vast resources to construct a corpus of some 850 million words. We then compiled a hierarchical list, with the rankings based on three criteria: frequency, stability, and productivity. We further selected usage examples from the Internet and translated them into Japanese. As of now (March 2015), descriptions of the first 1000 words have been completed, searchable at http://basic-german.com/beta/

  • Basic German Vocabulary for Foreign Language Learners: A data-driven Approach

    JSPS  Grand-in-Aid for Scientific Research B

    Project Year :

    2011.04
    -
    2015.03
     

     View Summary

    Seeking to provide a methodical and objective basis for identifying and delineating what constitutes the basic vocabulary of the German language, we made use of the Internet’s vast resources to construct a corpus of some 850 million words. We then compiled a hierarchical list, with the rankings based on three criteria: frequency, stability, and productivity. We further selected usage examples from the Internet and translated them into Japanese. As of now (March 2015), descriptions of the first 1000 words have been completed, searchable at http://basic-german.com.

  • The function of orality in the written German of the 18th century. A sociopragmatic and metalinguistic study

    JSPS  Grand-in-Aid for Scientific Research C

    Project Year :

    2011.04
    -
    2014.03
     

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    After the final acceptance of the High German Written Language in the overall German-speaking area about 1750, learned people had the conception that they should speak in official situations just as they wrote. The urban colloquial German as a result of language contact of the standard written language and dialects promoted the flattening of standard written German: The standard language with its tendency to rigidity and formality acquired its flexibility through the spoken colloquial German. This process of leveling standard language can be explained in the same context as the increasing usage of the informal addressing pronoun "du" in the second half of the 18th century

  • The function of orality in the written German of the 18th century. A sociopragmatic and metalinguistic study

    JSPS  Grand-in-Aid for Scientific Research C

    Project Year :

    2011.04
    -
    2014.03
     

     View Summary

    After the final acceptance of the High German Written Language in the overall German-speaking area about 1750, learned people had the conception that they should speak in official situations just as they wrote. The urban colloquial German as a result of language contact of the standard written language and dialects promoted the flattening of standard written German: The standard language with its tendency to rigidity and formality acquired its flexibility through the spoken colloquial German. This process of leveling standard language can be explained in the same context as the increasing usage of the informal addressing pronoun "du" in the second half of the 18th century.

  • European Protest Movements since the Cold War: The Rise of a (Trans)national Civil Society and the Transformation of the Public Sphere

    European Commission, Research Directorate General, Human Resources and Mobility  Marie Curie Conferences & Training Courses

    Project Year :

    2006.08
    -
    2010.12
     

  • Semantic Imprints of Texts: A Data-Driven Approach

    University of Heidelberg  Innovation Fonds for Frontier Research

    Project Year :

    2007.04
    -
    2010.03
     

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Specific Research

  • Linguistic Features of Steganographic Communication: Using Pragmatics for Steganography Detection

    2018  

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    The aim of the research project was to investigate indicators of steganographic communication in natural language and to test computational methods for their automated detection. Steganograohic communication is a form of clandestine communication that hides a message in another message transmitted over an open channel in a way that no one apart from the intended recipient knows of the message's existence and content. In an experiment pairs of subjects were requested to converse about a criminal plot but use a different subject area to negotiate the details of this plot. The experiment was conducted in a digital chat environment. 32 participants engaged in 16 dialogues with an overall wordcount of 17,000 words. These dialogues were then analyzed using categories from pragmatics and text linguistics. After  tagging and annotating the corpora with additional semantic and pragmatic information available from external ressources, the categories found in the qualitative analysis were modeled.

 

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