Organisationsprofil

Organisationsprofil

The basis for the research group is that languages are embedded in cultural processes of distributed cognition and must be explained and described with reference to extra-linguistic factors, including values ​​and social norms, culture-specific habits and standards, tools and technologies, knowledge of the world and practical, non-linguistic and pre-linguistic experience and abilities.

The assumption that governs the group's work is that it is, nevertheless, possible to uncover systems and patterns that perform more or less general tasks and functions, and organize the individual, situated language use.

Studies of languages embedded in cultural processes of distributed cognition are studies of language in natural settings rather than in laboratories. To understand a culture and describe the language embedded in it, the analyst must take a perspective that is compatible with the participants' perspective. The group's studies include a variety of methods, but a combination of ethnographic methods and other methods is considered conducive to informative and accurate descriptions systems and patterns and the tasks and functions they perform.

Within this overall framework, the focuses of the group are:

Courtroom interaction

Ecological pragmatics

Forensic Linguistics

Grammar

Information structure

Interaction analysis

Intercultural pragmatics

Linguistic ethnography

Multilingualism

Postcolonial Linguistics

Sociolinguistics

Sociophonetics

Translation studies

Text analysis

Text linguistics

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Publikationer 2002 2019

#aintnobodygottimeforthat: cultural appropriation, stylization and the social life of hashtag interjectionality

Fabricius, A. H., 3 jun. 2019, I : Skandinaviske Sprogstudier. 10, 1, 14 s.

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English as a world language in Scandinavia and elsewhere (Part 2)

Haberland, H., 1 maj 2019, I : Studia Linguistica Universitatis Iagellonicae Cracoviensis. 136, 1, s. 25-36 12 s.

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Interjections in American and Danish courtroom interaction – a linguistic and legal cultural comparison

Mortensen, S. S., 2019, I : Scandinavian Studies in Language. 10, 1

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Projekter 2001 2020

Journal of Postcolonial Linguistics

Levisen, C. & Sippola, E.

01/01/201831/12/2019

Projekter: ProjektForskning

SPADE: SPADE: Speech Across dialects of English

Fabricius, A.

01/09/201701/09/2020

Projekter: ProjektForskning

Middelalderens danske sprog i moderne lingvistisk belysning

Heltoft, L.

01/09/201631/08/2019

Projekter: ProjektForskning

Aktiviteter 1977 2019

Postcolonial Semantics: Meaning and Metalanguage in a Multipolar World

Carsten Levisen (Oplægsholder)
15 apr. 2019

Aktivitet: Tale eller præsentationForedrag og mundtlige bidrag

An Ethnosyntax of Anti-Authoritarianism? The Grammar of Danish Deliberative Discourse

Carsten Levisen (Oplægsholder)
22 maj 2019

Aktivitet: Tale eller præsentationForedrag og mundtlige bidrag

Salt Water Words: Insulting Etymologies in the Black Pacific

Carsten Levisen (Oplægsholder)
31 maj 2019

Aktivitet: Tale eller præsentationForedrag og mundtlige bidrag

Presse/medie

Ord og andre undere

Carsten Levisen

31/12/2018

1 mediebidrag

Presse/medie

Indespærret i Engelsk

Carsten Levisen

01/06/2018

1 mediebidrag

Presse/medie