Mündlichkeit, Schriftlichkeit, Synchronizität : eine Analyse alter und neuer Konzepte zur Klassifizierung neuer Kommunikationsformen

Thaler, Verena

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/ZGL.2007.007
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Document Type: Article
Year of publication: 2007
The title of a journal, publication series: Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik : ZGL
Volume: 35
Issue number: 1/2
Page range: 147-182
Place of publication: Berlin
Publishing house: de Gruyter
ISSN: 0301-3294 , 1613-0626
Publication language: German
Institution: School of Humanities > Romanische Sprach- u. Medienwissenschaft I (Eckkrammer)
Subject: 400 Language, linguistics
Individual keywords (German): Mündlichkeit , Schriftlichkeit , Synchronizität , Klassifikation , Neue Medien , Chat , computervermittelte Kommunikation , Internet
Abstract: The arrival of computer-mediated communication has called into question existing classifications such as the distinction between mass- and individual media, dialogic and monologic communication or the concepts of orality and literacy. This paper will focus on the question if and to what extent the orality/literacy-model proposed by Koch/Oesterreicher (1985, 1990, 1995) can be applied to new forms of computer-mediated communication. After some terminological clarifications it will deal with the medial (spoken vs. written) as well as with the conceptual (oral vs. literal) aspects of the model of Koch/Oesterreicher and will propose some adaptations to the latter allowing a more precise and appropriate classification and description of different forms of computer-mediated communication. It will finally introduce an alternative concept, the one of Media Synchronicity recently proposed by Dennis/Valacich (1999, 2002) and try to reveal parallels with the orality/literacy-model which may prove useful in view of an extensive analysis of new forms of communication.

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