Philipp StriedlUniversity of Zurich | UZH · Department of Geography
Working on "Language as a Window into Conceptualisations of Landscape: A Cross-Linguistic Perspective"
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This study investigates Hebrew speakers’ categories for the classification of linguistic variation. The exploratory approach relies on the theoretical frameworks of Perceptual Variationist Linguistics, Cognitive Linguistics and Grounded Theory Methodology. In several fieldwork stages in Israel I conducted open and semi-structured interviews which I...
This article elaborates on Wolfgang Schulze’s keynote speech of the same title at the 26th LIPP Symposium in Munich in 2019. It is based on the slides from his talk and various teaching materials, of which some figures have been translated from German to English before their inclusion in this article. While this article’s foundation rests on Schulz...
This article is an introduction to linguistic phenomena which have their origins in the Israeli army and are subsumed under the term Zahalit. The first part illustrates what Zahalit looks like with several examples. The examples are taken from written sources as well as from interviews with Hebrew speakers conducted by the author. Characteristic tr...
Der Autor untersucht die sprachlichen Ausdrucksmöglichkeiten von statischen Raumrelationen im marokkanischen Arabisch, wobei am ausführlichsten topologische Raumbeziehungen betrachtet werden. Die empirische Grundlage für diese Untersuchung bilden zum großen Teil eigens erhobene Sprachdaten sowie Sprachbeispiele aus vorhandenen Korpora. Die Sprachda...