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Literarischer Antisemitismus bei Knut Hamsun und Henrik Pontoppidan: zwei Varianten mit unterschiedlicher Tendenz
Up until now, Scandinavianist criticism has barely touched the question of a specific literary function of anti-Semitic stereotypes. This paper starts with a discussion of an older but persistent critical controversy about ...
From Saussure to sociology and back to linguistics
Niklas Luhmann’s reception of signifiant/signifié and langue/parole as the basis for a model of language change
The article highlights a semiotically relevant aspect of Niklas Luhmann’s Theory of Social Systems: its reception of the Saussurean dichotomies signifiant/signifié and langue/parole. Luhmann’s position is weighted against ...
Processing different kinds of semantic relations in picture-word interference with non-masked and masked distractors
Spoken production requires lexical selection, guided by the conceptual representation of the to-be-named target. Currently, the question whether lexical selection is subject to competition is hotly debated. In the picture-word ...
The female voice in Pasifika poetry
An exploration of “hybrid” identities in the Pacific diaspora
Histories of colonialism and migration have led to a wide variety of cultural identities in the Pacific diaspora. Afakasi in Samoan, hafekasi in Tongan, hapa in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi are all used to describe “half-caste” Pacific ...
Verb class, case, and order
a crosslinguistic experiment on non-nominative experiencers
In several languages, non-nominative experiencers tend to appear early on in utterances, which frequently triggers deviations from the preferred word order. These observations are based on linearization preferences, which ...
Predictors of Language Dominance: An Integrated Analysis of First Language Attrition and Second Language Acquisition in Late Bilinguals
Late bilinguals who spend (part of) their adult lives in an environment where a language other than the one they learned in childhood is spoken typically experience a range of language development phenomena. Most obviously, ...
Hans Schemann / Maria Luiza Schemann-Dias / Luisa Amorim-Braun / Teresa Hundertmark-Santos Martins / Maria João Romero Dias Duque-Gitt / Helena Costa, Idiomatik Deutsch-Portugiesisch, unter Mitarbeit von Anette Dirauf, Maria Augusta Pimenta, Filomena de Sousa-Möckel, 2., durchgesehene Auflage, Hamburg, Buske, 2012, XXXIX + 1228 p.Hans Schemann / Idalete Dias, Idiomatik Portugiesisch-Deutsch, 2., durchgesehene Auflage, Hamburg, Buske, 2013, XIX + 873 p.