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Vortrag

Lena Hotze: Multimodal constructions during preschool years

VortagendeR Lena Hotze
Tagung Mapping Multimodal Dialogue (MaMuD 4) Multimodality: Intersubjectivity – Embodiment
Ort Frankfurt (Oder)
Jahr 2017

Einordnung in die Universitätsstruktur

Fakultät Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Lehrstuhl Professur für Sprachgebrauch und Multimodale Kommunikation
PhD Project Multimodale Kommunikation im Vorschulalter

Publikationen

    Tagung

    Prof. Dr. Cornelia Müller: Mapping Multimodal Dialogue (MaMuD 4) Multimodality: Intersubjectivity – Embodiment

    Projektleitung Prof. Dr. Cornelia Müller, Dr. Dorothea Horst, Lena Hotze
    ProjektmitarbeiterInnen Dr. Silva Ladewig
    Date 23/11/2017 - 24/11/2017
    Fakultät Kulturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
    Lehrstuhl Professur für Sprachgebrauch und Multimodale Kommunikation

    Zusammenfassung

    MaMuD is an (informal) international workshop bringing together a multidisciplinary community of both junior and senior researchers, interested in multimodal communication and interaction. The aim of the workshop is to foster discussion among participants on main theoretical issues in a small group of participants, aside from national and international conferences. The thematic focus of MaMuD 4 is “Multimodality: Embodiment and Intersubjectivity”. These two aspects of multimodality are understood and discussed differently within cognitive and interactional frameworks and, as such, pose challenges for the research on multimodal phenomena.

    Abstract

    MaMuD is an (informal) international workshop bringing together a multidisciplinary community of both junior and senior researchers, interested in multimodal communication and interaction. The aim of the workshop is to foster discussion among participants on main theoretical issues in a small group of participants, aside from national and international conferences. The thematic focus of MaMuD 4 is “Multimodality: Embodiment and Intersubjectivity”. These two aspects of multimodality are understood and discussed differently within cognitive and interactional frameworks and, as such, pose challenges for the research on multimodal phenomena.

    Publikationen