Diskursmuster - Discourse Patterns
- Band 25:
- Sauer Bredvik, Linda: Discussing the Faith. Multilingual and Metalinguistic Conversations about Religion.
211 S. - Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter, 2020.
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- E-Book (PDF). Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-070074-9
Encounters between people of diverse religious faiths and worldviews are becoming more common in an increasingly globalized and mobile world. Research has not, however, kept pace by investigating how people talk about their faith with others who believe differently.
This monograph addresses that deficit by taking an emergent path, combining qualitative and quantitative analysis to investigate and understand multilingual speakers' discursive behaviors in multiparty interreligious dialogues. Using 33 hours of recordings from conversations across seven research sites, Sauer Bredvik investigates how speakers’ multilanguaging practices interact with other indexical and referential signs (unfilled pauses, disfluency, pragmatic markers) to affect how constitute messages are understood. By combining corpus-assisted discourse analysis with emic data taken from observation and 11 hours of participant interviews, one is able to identify distinct patterns of use between these metalinguistic indicators and a dialogue outcome.
|Tables and Graphs||S. XI|
|Transcription Conventions||S. XIII|
|1.||Lived Religion and Everyday Language||S. 1|
|2.||Foundations and a Framework||S. 15|
|3.||Collecting Data in medias res||S. 41|
|5.||Multilanguaging and Linguistic Hospitality||S. 84|
|6.||Creating Communicative Effectiveness Through Disfluency||S. 122|
|7.||Pragmatic Markers and Trajectories||S. 140|
|8.||Linguistic Resources for a Shared Cup of Coffee||S. 170|
|Appendix 1: Professional Trajectory||S. 179|
|Appendix 2: Personal Trajectory||S. 183|
|Appendix 3: Platform Trajectory||S. 187|
|Appendix 4: Interviews||S. 189|
|Appendix 5: MLI Data by Dialogue||S. 191|
|Appendix 6: Interview Questions||S. 195|