Rhythmus in internationalen Videokonferenzen

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Dieser Aufsatz ist in erster Linie ein theoretischer Beitrag, der mein Verständnis von Rhythmus anhand einer internationalen Videokonferenz über eine sequenzielle Rekonstruktion des von den Beteiligten im zeitlichen Verlauf konstituierten Moments hinweg erlaubt. Basierend auf den soziokulturellen Theorien der mediatisierten Diskursanalyse (Scollon 1998, 2001; Wertsch 1998; Norris/Jones 2005a) und der multimodalen (Inter-)Aktionsanalyse (Norris 2004, 2011a, 2013b; Pirini et al. 2014) beleuchtet dieser Aufsatz: (1) wie eine internationale Videokonferenz durch rhythmische Zeitgeber (Scollon 2005) beeinflusst wird und (2) wie die Videokonferenz durch große (Inter-)Aktionsrhythmen koordiniert wird (Lemke 2000). Insbesondere befasst sich dieser Beitrag mit Rhythmen, die den emergenten Rhythmen im zeitlichen Verlauf des konstituierten Moments übergeordnet sind.

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