シャルロート ヨアヒム (シャルロート ヨアヒム)

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国際学術院 国際教養学部

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  • 国際学術院   国際コミュニケーション研究科

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  • 博士

 

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  • City as a Protest Space

    Joachim Scharloth

    ZEITSCHRIFT FUR GERMANISTISCHE LINGUISTIK   47 ( 2 ) 337 - 354  2019年08月

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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年  [招待有り]

  • Korpuspragmatik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Pragmatiktheorien II. Diskursanalysen im Vergleich. Tübingen: Stauffenburg.     91 - 121  2018年  [招待有り]

  • Korpuspragmatik.

    Scharloth, Joachim

    Pragmatiktheorien II. Diskursanalysen im Vergleich. Tübingen: Stauffenburg.     91 - 121  2018年  [招待有り]

  • 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年  [査読有り]

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  • Platon Digital: Tradition und Rezeption

    Charlotte Schubert, Paul Molitor, Jörg Ritter, Joachim Scharloth, Kurt Sier( 担当: 共編者(共編著者))

    Propylaeum  2019年  [査読有り]

  • Linguistische Kulturanalyse

    Schröter, Juliane, Susanne Tienken, Yvonne Ilg, Joachim Scharloth, Noah Bubenhofer( 担当: 共編者(共編著者))

    De Gruyter  2019年 ISBN: 9783110583052

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

    Scharloth, Joachim( 担当: 編集)

    Metzler  2018年

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

    Scharloth, Joachim( 担当: 編集)

    Hempen Verlag  2017年

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

    Scharloth, Joachim( 担当: 編集)

    Berghahn Books  2016年

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

    研究期間:

    2018年04月
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    2021年03月
     

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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

    研究期間:

    2018年04月
    -
    2021年03月
     

     概要を見る

    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

    研究期間:

    2016年07月
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    2019年06月
     

  • Digital Plato, Tradition and Reception

    研究期間:

    2016年04月
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    2019年04月
     

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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.

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

    2018年  

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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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