LSP TEXT NETWORKS AS AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO LSP COMMUNICATION SPACES – A NEW PARADIGM FOR THE LATEST LSP COMMUNICATION RESEARCH

  • Klaus-Dieter Baumann University of Leipzig
Keywords: LSP text networks, text-processing principles, intertextuality communication spaces, dimensions of communication spaces

Abstract

One focus of interdisciplinary LSP text research lies in illustrating LSP intertextuality leading to specific LSP text networks. These are closely linked to the formation of specialist communication spaces where (non-)experts interact with each other, exchanging LSP text networks and coordinating socio-economic activities at different levels of technicality.
Communication spaces are necessarily shaped by different factors: culture, sociality, situativity, intermediality, thinking style, scientific subject, functionality, text structure, syntax and morphology, style, lexis and semantics, graphics, orthography, phonetics and phonology.
Our recent interdisciplinary empirical analyses have provided a number of new insights, some of which may prove to be particularly significant for further interdisciplinary LSP text networks research.

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Published
2019-10-16
How to Cite
Baumann, K.-D. (2019). LSP TEXT NETWORKS AS AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO LSP COMMUNICATION SPACES – A NEW PARADIGM FOR THE LATEST LSP COMMUNICATION RESEARCH. Linguistica, 59(1), 21-45. https://doi.org/10.4312/linguistica.59.1.21-45