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Course details - Sentence Processing from a cross-linguistic perspective.
Institut für Niederlandistik
Sommersemester 2013
Sentence Processing from a cross-linguistic perspective.
Veranstaltungsnummer: 3.03.311
Studienbereiche: Fakultät 3: Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaften > Master > Niederlandistik > Mastermodule > ned710 Sprachwissenschaft I Spracherwerb und Sprachverarbeitung
Fakultät 3: Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaften > Master > Niederlandistik > Mastermodule > ned780 Forschungsmodul Niederländische Sprachwissenschaft
Fakultät 3: Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaften > Master > Sprachdynamik: Erwerb, Variation, Wandel > Mastermodule > lan021 Psycholinguistik I
Fakultät 3: Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaften > Master of Education (Wirtschaftspädagogik) > Niederländisch > Frühere Module > ned710 Sprachwissenschaft I Spracherwerb und Sprachverarbeitung
Fakultät 3: Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaften > Master of Education (Gymnasium) > Niederländisch > Frühere Module > ned710 Sprachwissenschaft I Spracherwerb und Sprachverarbeitung
Fakultät 3: Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaften > Master > Language Sciences > Frühere Module > SuK2 Language Acquisition
Fakultät 3: Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaften > Master > Language Sciences > Frühere Module > SuK3 Psycholinguistik/ Psycholinguistics
Fakultät 3: Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaften > Master > Language Sciences > Frühere Module > Weitere Veranstaltungen
DozentIn Prof. Dr. Esther Ruigendijk
Heimat-Einrichtung: Institut für Niederlandistik
Typ der Veranstaltung: Seminar in der Kategorie Lehre
ECTS-Punkte: 9
Beschreibung: ‘The horse raced past the barn fell.’ Ungrammatical? Difficult? Now why is that? Or take the German sentence ‘Der Bauer, den die Ärztinnen grüßen, lächelt’ or even worse ‚Die Bäuerinnen, die die Ärztin grüßt, lächeln.` who is greeting whom here? Or take the Dutch sentence ‚Wie kuste het meisje?‘ (who is kissing the girl/ who is the girl kissing): is the girl kissing or being kissed? Complex sentences, ambiguous sentences. This is what we will deal with in this course. How do we process them, how do we understand them, and how do languages differ in this respect. Of course we will also talk about simple unambiguous sentences, after all, we need to understand the difference. We will start with some classic studies/ papers (Frazier, Gibson), on sentence processing to get some background on the research field and an overview of the most important research questions. After that we will discuss cross-linguistic research, and/or neurolinguistic aspects of sentence processing. Goal of this class is to (a) get an overview on theories on sentence processing (b) stimulate critical reflection of these theories and (c) stimulate developing research questions and research plans independently, which (d) are worked out under supervision in a small research project, which can be done individually or in pairs. Students are expected to participate actively, to give short presentations on papers, and one somewhat longer presentation on their own research project, which will result in a paper. The class will be in English. Students from Niederlandistik write their paper in Dutch about a) a Dutch phenomenon, b) a crosslinguistic study comparing Dutch with one other language c) Dutch as a foreign language. The literature will be in English.
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Untertitel: (auf Englisch)
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