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Graffiti Writing In Deutschland Seine Sthetik Und Sein Sozialer Kontext Imagine Your Name Here

Author : Johannes Temeschinko
ISBN : 9783959351249
Genre : Social Science
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Die Fahrt von der S-Bahnstation Berlin Schonhauser Allee uber den ehemaligen Grenzstreifen, der bis 1989 die Stadt teilte, bis zur Station Gesundbrunnen im Wedding dauert heute nur noch knapp anderthalb Minuten. Aber in diesen anderthalb Minuten rauscht der arglose Passagier an einer Menge visuellen Inputs vorbei. BAD, DISTER, AKIM, EHSONE: Namen von unmissverstandlicher Intensitat. Meterhoch und dichtgedrangt kleben sie an den Wanden der Tunnel, an den Bruckenpfeilern und Hauserfassaden, an den Schallschutzmauern und den Betonabdichtungen. Gross, bunt und ins Auge stechend - man kann sich ihrer optischen Prasenz nicht entziehen, selbst, wenn man es wollte. Das Schauen aus dem Fenster ruckt ohne Ausweichmoglichkeit Bilder ins Blickfeld des Betrachters, die heutzutage in mindestens ahnlicher Grosse wie die alten Meisterstucke im Louvre um die Aufmerksamkeit des Schauenden kampfen. Urbanes Graffiti zu Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts. Oder besser gesagt: in erster Instanz kryptisch anmutende Zeichen, die sich neben- und ubereinander lagernd die Wande entlang schlangeln, sodass aus dem vorbei rauschenden Zug eine Art zweite Haut, ein Uberzug aus Farben an den Mauern suggeriert wird. [...] Daher gilt es in dieser Arbeit zunachst, das Zeichensystem der urbanen Graffiti-Kultur in seinen einzelnen Auspragungen vorzustellen und anhand exemplarischer Abbildungen ein Fazit zu treffen, inwiefern Graffiti-Zeichen durch ihre asthetische Komponente als verbindliche visuelle Ausdrucksform aufgefasst werden. Und zwar aufgefasst als ein neues Zeichensystem, das sich in den vergangenen funfundzwanzig Jahren in Deutschland etabliert hat und moglicherweise als ein weltweit verstandlicher Code anzusehen ist. Zu diesem Zweck werde ich mich nach einem historischen Abriss uber die Entwicklung der Graffiti-Kultur auf die Hauptstadt Berlin konzentrieren, da hier nicht nur das politische Zentrum zu finden ist, sondern Berlin daneben als eine der Graffiti-Metropolen Europas angesehen wird. Einleit"
Category: Social Science

Everything Is The Proper Stuff Of Fiction Modernist Writing And Its Material

Author : Heiko Zimmermann
ISBN : 9783638587662
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 68 Leeds credits, University of Leeds (School of English), course: Modern Literature, 17 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The material modernist writing might dwell upon are the things which can be perceived and processed by the mind. An impressive example for this view is Virginia Woolf’s short story “The Mark on the Wall” in which she develops a story out of her imaginations about this tiny outer thing, which is actually a snail. The idea that everything becomes the ‘proper stuff of fiction’ is not very helpful in terms of a comparison to older literary periods. As it is now known that the mind of the author plays an important part, one only has to look closer at the author’s mind and analyse what is going on there to draw conclusions about the subject matter. The 20thcentury showed a development of the world in a specific direction. There was an increasing number of ordered systems and a lower level of order (cf. Robert Musil,Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften,ch. 85). An example can be the legal machinery of the state, the food production process, the military industry, mechanized warfare, etc. The First World War emphasized this development very much. As reaction to these changes, new feelings towards society evolved. If one looks at European modernist artists, one can distillate eight general directions of these feelings (cf. Sheppart 16-7). First, there was the feeling of being trapped or lost among the decaying remains of semi-feudal systems that obstructed a sense of the future. This especially holds true for continental European artists before and in the First World War. An example is the Austrian Expressionist Georg Trakl, who expresses this feeling, e.g., in his well-known poem “Verfall” (decay).
Category: Literary Criticism

The Relationship Between Phonology And Orthography And The Issue Of Orthographic Reform For English

Author : Stephanie Schmitz
ISBN : 9783638522113
Genre : Literary Collections
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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2,3, University of Cologne (Englisches Seminar), course: Hauptseminar: Writing Systems, 14 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Phonological developments in English after the standardization of the orthography and their consequences for the relationship between phonology and orthographyThis essay first explains what sound change is and then describes differences between Middle English and New English concerning consonant and especially vowel patterns due to the Great English Vowel Shift. Then the standardization of the orthography and phonological changes after the 17th century are discussed. Finally, the results of these changes for the relationship between phonology and orthography today are depicted. Sound change is referred to modifications in the language that lead to the introduction or loss of phonological elements (Lehmann 1992: 183). Sound change means a modification of distinctive features of the phonemes (Lehmann 1992: 191). Today sound changes are mostly indicated by means of distinctive features rather than by means of rules as it was in earlier times, because an indication by means of distinctive features is more precise. Generally, a sound can change in its place or manner of articulation, in the position of the velum or in its glottal articulation (Lehmann 1992: 191-193). Furthermore, changes may take place in the characteristic features of a vowel, i.e. in the degree of vowel opening, in the degree of fronting or in the labial articulation (Lehmann 1992: 193-194). A sound change can either be conditioned or unconditioned. Within a conditioned change an allophone of a phoneme changes only in a specific environment and stays the same in all others, whereas within an unconditioned change, a phoneme changes in all possible environments, which happens very seldom (Lehmann 1992: 190-191). Simple treatments of sound changes are normally unrealistic, i.e. to assume that all phonemes /x/ have become /y/ at time z (Lehmann 1992: 190). Usually a tabloid which shows that each phoneme /x/ became /y/ and each phoneme /y/ became /z/ depicts only the most common cases. But often a change is restricted to a certain environment and does not take place in others. Changes can be interpreted as addition, as alteration or as loss of a feature. Accordingly, when changes are described by rules they are described as rule addition, rule loss or rule recording. (Lehmann 1992: 204-205). A “sound change only occurs when there is a disruption of the phonological system”. This disruption may take place by two mechanisms, either by merger or by split. [...]
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Aesthetics Of Interaction In Digital Art

Author : Katja Kwastek
ISBN : 9780262019323
Genre : Art
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Interactive art: definition and origins -- Interaction as an aesthetic experience -- The aesthetics of purposeless behavior: play as a boundary concept -- The aesthetics of interaction in digital art -- Case studies.
Category: Art

Orthography And Phonology

Author : Philip Luelsdorff
ISBN : 9789027220394
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Collected here are eleven papers devoted to various aspects of the orthography/phonology interface. Topics include spelling-to-sound correspondence for English, French, and Russian, the design of a generative phonology for orthography data-base access, the linguistic sign and orthographic and phonological error, the analysis of Greenlandic school children s spelling errors, the orthographic representation of phonemic nasalization and its implications for prosodic theory, the psycholinguistics of phonological recoding in reading, orthography as a variable in psycholinguistic experiments, spelling and dialect, orthography and the typology of phonological rules, and orthography and historical phonology.
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Technologies And Utopias

Author : Maren Hartmann
ISBN : 3889273610
Genre : Cyberpunk culture
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Die Aufmerksamkeit auf die Rolle des Web als eine ńeue Technologieíst momentan in der Auflösung begriffen. Vor zehn Jahren aber kam das Web mit diversen Utopien im Gepäck. Insbesondere im Vokabular, welches versucht das Neue zu beschreiben, finden sich utopische Elemente. In dieser Studie wurde eine spezifische Untergruppe des Vokabulars untersucht: die Nutzertypen.
Category: Cyberpunk culture

Art And Revolution

Author : Gerald Raunig
ISBN : 1584350466
Genre : Art
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A philosopher and art theorist extends the poststructuralist theory of revolution to the nexus of art and activism.
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The Sociology Of Space

Author : Martina Löw
ISBN : 9781349695683
Genre : Social Science
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In this book, the author develops a relational concept of space that encompasses social structure, the material world of objects and bodies, and the symbolic dimension of the social world. Löw’s guiding principle is the assumption that space emerges in the interplay between objects, structures and actions. Based on a critical discussion of classic theories of space, Löw develops a new dynamic theory of space that accounts for the relational context in which space is constituted. This innovative view on the interdependency of material, social, and symbolic dimensions of space also permits a new perspective on architecture and urban development.
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Techno Casa

Author : Riccardo Benassi
ISBN : 0988937522
Genre : Art
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Essay, sentimental diary, and critical pamphlet, Techno Casa binds together the textual production originally composed for a series of eleven video works presented during 2013 through site-specific installations.
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A History Of Homosexuality In Europe Vol I Ii

Author : Florence Tamagne
ISBN : 9780875863566
Genre : Social Science
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Outstanding Academic Title 2005 - Choice Magazine The period between the two world wars was crucial in the history of homosexuality in Europe. It was then that homosexuality first came out into the light of day. Just crawling out from under the Victorian blanket, Europe was devastated by a gruesome war that consumed the flower of its youth. Tamagne examines the currents of nostalgia and yearning, euphoria, rebellion, and exploration in the postwar era, and the bonds forged at school and on the battlefront, in a scholarly treatise charting the early days of the homosexual and lesbian scene. Berlin became the capital of the new culture, and the center of a political movement seeking rights and protections for what we now call gays and lesbians. In England, the struggle was brisk to undermine the structures and strictures of Victorianism; whereas in France (which was more tolerant, over all), homosexuality remained more subtle and nonmilitant. However, the social and political backlash soon became apparent, first of all in Germany. More conservative attitudes arrested the evolution of the new mores, and it was not until the 1960s that the new wave of the sexual revolution once again swept the continent. Tamagne's work outlines the long and arduous journey from the shadows toward acceptability as the homosexual and lesbian community sets out to find a new legitimacy at various levels of society. She weaves together cultural references from literature, songs and theater, news stories and private correspondence, police reports and government documents to give a rounded picture of the evolving scene. * "The first volume argues that homosexuality, a 'high culture' sort, enjoyed a golden ageconsequent upon the Great War's liberalization of morals. In volume 2, reaction and repression march through the 1930s. [...] A lively read. Highly recommended." - CHOICE Magazine * Florence Tamagne holds a PhD from the prestigious Institute of Political Studies in Paris, France. This is her second book tracing the evolution of homosexuality in Europe.
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