[Hinweis] Diskurse – Medien – Dispositive oder Die Situationen des Diskurses | Linguistik online

FeuerwehrzufahrtSoeben habe ich die freudige Nachricht bekommen, dass das neue Heft der Linguistik online veröffentlicht wurde. Darin findet sich auch ein Aufsatz von mir. Ganz frei und kostenlos für jedermann zu lesen, der sich durchquälen will. 😉 Es handelt sich um eine medienlinguistische Studie zur Kommunikation im öffentlichen Raum, die ich ihrerzeit noch an meiner Alma Mater in Chemnitz unternommen habe.

Abstract

This paper turns Post-Foucauldian discourse linguistics upside down to explore the situatedness of discourses as their material possibility condition. In order to do so I firstly clarify Foucault’s notion of discourse oscillating between the poles of macro (knowledge order) and micro (material event). In a second step recent media discourse analysis is discussed as an attempt to understand „la matérialité de l’énoncé“ (Foucault 1969: 135) as a possibility condition of discourses. In a third step I propose an approach that conceptualizes the possibility conditions of communicational acting systematically between media technologies and communicative genres. The media linguistic notion of Forms of Communication (cf. Domke 2010a; Holly 2011a; Meiler 2013a) promisingly conceptualizes these conditions as enabling communication, hence discourse in situ. Following this, in a fourth step three generic examples are analyzed from the related position of semiological pragmatics (cf. Jäger 2008; Rehbein 2001). By these three examples (taken from a corpus of communication in public space) the paper demonstrates how different Forms of Communication shape specific possibilities to communicate different types of discursive knowledge (and vice versa): verified, temporarily relevant, and contested knowledge. It is also worked out in which way the production conditions of each Form of Communication determine how accessible a discourse is. In this respect, public space and mass media appear to be remarkably opposed to one another.


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