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  Daniel Wrana; Alexander Ziem; Martin Reisigl; Martin Nonhoff; Johannes Angermuller (Hrsg.) (2014): DiskursNetz. Wörterbuch der interdisziplinären Diskursforschung [DiscourseNet. Dictionary Interdisciplinary Discourse Studies]. Berlin: Suhrkamp, 560 p.

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Die Diskursforschung hat sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten auch im deutschen Sprachraum als ein dynamisches Forschungsfeld etabliert. Ihre terminologische Vielfalt ist allerdings selbst für Spezialistinnen und Spezialisten kaum mehr zu überblicken. Dieses Wörterbuch das erste seiner Art kommt dem steigenden Bedarf nach Verständigung über disziplinäre Grenzen hinweg nach. Mit seinen 554 Einträgen deckt es die Breite der Diskursforschung in Philosophie, Soziologie, Politikwissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaft, Literaturwissenschaft, Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft, Geschichtswissenschaft, Psychologie, Erziehungswissenschaft und Geographie ab. Ein unentbehrliches Kompendium für jeden Diskursforscher.

English abstract: Discourse Studies has grown dynamically over recent decades. This Dictionary of Interdisciplinary Discourse Studies contains 554 entries covering the broad range of this new field. They come from fields such as philosophy, sociology, political sciences, linguistics, literature, cultural studies, history, psychology, educational sciences and geography.

List of entries (translated:
A; abduction; mitigation/hedges; accomplishment; account; adjacency pair; addressing; affect; agonism; act (illocutionary, perlocutionary, propositional); actants; actor; act sequence; everyday discourse; alter(ity); ambiguity; analytics, interpretative; anaphor; animator; interpellation; antagonism; appraisal; apriori, historical; equivalence; arbitrariness; archaeology; archive; arena; argumentation; argumentation analysis; argumentative pattern; articulation; articulation (double); esthetics of the self; enlightenment; exterior, constitutive; utterance/énonciation; utterance act; utterance sequence; utterance/énoncé; enunciative function; enunciative analysis; autonomy; author; signification; meaning potential; closing; desire; concept; conceptual history; image; image discourse; binarity; biopower; biopolitics; Birmingham approach; blending; Break/rupture; code switching; Cultural Studies; data; data analysis software; deixis; deconstruction; thought style; denotation; deontic meaning; deterritorialisation; interpretative battle; interpretive scheme; diachronic; dialogue; dialogue analysis; différance; difference; differential; dilemmas, ideological; DIMEAN; discontinuity; discourse (historical-cultural; social sciences); discourse analysis (argumentative, automatic, computer-aided, Duisburg, Düsseldorf, ethnographic, ethnomethodological, feminist, generative, historical, Critical, literary, mediated, narrative, Oldenburg, positive, poststructuralist, sociocognitive, structural, thematic, sociology of knowledge); discourse kind; discourse level; discourse ethics; discourse form; Discourse Studies; discourse fragment; discourse function analysis; discourse community; discourse history; discourse hermeneutics; discourse-historical approach (DHA); discourse coalition; discourse lexicography; discourse linguistics; DiscourseNet; discourse economy; discourse position; discourse representation; discourse segment; discourse semantics; discourse semiotics; discourse strand; discourse theory (feminist); discourse type; universe of discourse; dislocation; dispositive; dispositive analysis; distribution(alism); disciplinary technology; dominance; effect, perlocutionary; element; elementary discourse; embodiment; entrenchment; episode; episteme; epistemology; event; opening; Essex School; ethics of the self; ethnography; ethnography of communication; ethnomethodology; ethos; exclusion; expansion; face; key word; family resemblance; colour; field; field of discursivity; figure; figuration; fiction; focus group; footing; demand; form; formalization; formal structure; rules of formation; frame (interactionism, cognition theory); frame semantics; function (semiotic); GAT; genre (communicative); gender; genealogy; Geneva School; geosemiotics; written discourse; conversation; conversation analysis; oral discourse; gesture; given; glossematics; governmentality; grammar; grammatical metaphor; Grounded Theory; core figure; discourse semantic; habitus; stance; action; action pattern, linguistic; hegemony; hegemony analysis; authority; heteroegeneity; heteroglossia; heteronomy; HIAT; background; historicity; politeness; homilean discourse; homily discourse; hybridity; hypertextuality; iconic turn; ideal versus real; idealized cognitive model; identification; identity; ideology; ideology brokers; icon; imaginary; implication; implicatures; index; indexicality; individual; inference; informational unit; content analysis (qualitative, quantitative); inclusion; institution; institutionalism, discursive; institutional discourse; intention(ality); interaction; interdiscursiv(ity); interpretant; interpretation; intertextuality; interview; intradiscourse; strategy of involvement; irony; isotopy; capital; catachresis; category-bound activities; kategorisation; key; key visuals; kinetics; coding; co-discourse; cognition; collective symbol; collocation; communication (intercultural, nonverbal, visual); competence; composition; concordance; connotation; construction; construction grammar; constructivism; context; contextualization; contingence; control; convention(alisation); conversation analysis; conversation maxims; concept; conceptual metaphor; principle of cooperation; body; corpus (-based, -driven); corpus linguistics; co-text; criticism; Critical Linguistics; culture; langue; layout; life form; legitimation; leading metaphor; learning; interpretative possibility; reader; method of interpretative possibilities; lexeme; lexicogrammar; lexicometry; linguistics turn; linguistics (interactional, cognitive); logics (of difference and equivalence); locutor-allocutor; power; macro structure; lack; manipulation; marker; marking; Marxism; materiality; media analysis; media discourse; medium; mental space; mentality history; metadiscourse; metaphor; metaphtonymy; method; methodology; metonymy; facial expressions; misunderstanding; modality; modulation; modus; moment; monologue; multifunctionality; multimodality; myth; narration; network; New Historicism; nexus analysis; nominalization; nomination; norm; normalization; normalism; object; public sphere; economy, cultural; online discourse; opposition; order of discourse; paradigm; paratext; paratopia; parole; participant; performance/performativity; personification; perspective; persuasion; phonocentrism; pictorial turn; plan; plot; the political; political discourse, polypyhony; polysemy; populist versus democratic discourse; positioning; positivity; postcolonialism; poststructuralism; predication; preference; pragmatics (functional, discursive); practices; presupposition; praxematics; projection; proposition; prototype, proxemics, procedure; process (types), psychoanalysis; psychology, discursive; quantification; Queer Studies; source; transversal discourse; the real; indirect speech; reference; referential; reflection; reformulation; rule; regularity; rules, semiotic; regime; register; recontextualisation; relations, discursive; relations, semantic; relevance; repair; repertoire, interpretative; representation; resource, semiotic; recipient design; rhetorics; rhizome; rhythm; ritual; role; salience; Sapir-Whorf hypothesis; sentence; schema; key word; key text; keyword; writing/written discourse; school discourse; self-constituting discourse; segmentation; technologies of the self; seme; semantics (historical); semiology; semiosis; semiotics (narrative); semogenesis; sequentiality; series; setting; signifier (floating, empty); signified; meaning; Sinnkonstanz; situation; script; the social; social constructivism; sociolinguistics; sociosemiotics; SPEAKING model; special discourse; language (function [Bühler, Jakobson, SFL], -in-use, criticism, policy, game); speech act (theory); speakers; trace; default value; quilting point; stereotype; stigma word; style; voice; story line; strategies, discursive; structure; structuralism; subject; subjectivation; subjectivity; subject position; supplement; symbol; the symbolic; symptom; synchronic; synecdoche; system; Systemic-functional linguistics; sysykoll; scene; scenography; tactics; taxis; participant constellation; text; text analysis; text kind; text linguistics; text semiotics; text sort; text type; textuality; theme; theory; depth structure; topic; topos; transitivity; transcription; transcriptivity; transphrastic; triad; tropology; trope; fallacy; turn-taking; typography; overlap; translation; interruption; veridiction; understanding; text pattern; indexical space; semiotic square; Visual Culture; visual modality; frontstage; preconstruct; prejudice; madness; truth; truth game; work; value; conflict; repetition; knowledge; scientific discourse; word; word field; wish; sign; sign body; censorship; citation; purpose

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