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Comparing Confidence and Trust Online and Offline

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Comparing Confidence and Trust Online and Offline (Volume 19) (English shop)

Marina Ivanova (Editor)
Josef Schmied (Editor)


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ISBN-13 (Hard Copy) 9783736977785
ISBN-13 (eBook) 9783736967786
Language English
Page Number 144
Lamination of Cover matt
Edition 1.
Book Series REAL Studies / Research in English and Applied Linguistics
Volume 19
Publication Place Göttingen
Publication Date 2023-06-16
General Categorization Non-Fiction
Departments Linguistics
Common, comparative and applied linguistics (Linguistics, phonetics and comparative studies)
Keywords social perception, digital tools, innovation, e-learning, technologies, soziale Wahrnehmung, digitale Werkzeuge, Innovation, E-Learning, Technologien, COVID-19 vaccination, sociocognitive discourse structures, memes, comment sections, mental models, negotiation of truth, COVID-19 vaccination, sociocognitive discourse structures, COVID-19 Impfung, soziokognitive Diskursstrukturen, metaphorical expressions, metaphors, political figures, metaphorische Ausdrücke, Metaphern, politische Figuren, politeness theory, positive face, negative face, trust, mental health discourse, Critical Discourse Analysis, linguistic features, discursive devices, Russo-Ukrainian Conflict, Kritische Diskursanalyse, sprachliche Merkmale, diskursive Mittel, russisch-ukrainischer Konflikt, conjunctive cohesive devices, argumentative essays, logical connections and task fulfilment, trust, konjunktivische Kohäsionsmittel, argumentative Aufsätze, logische Verbindungen und Aufgabenerfüllung, Vertrauen

The present volume draws on the experience of the Summer School held online in 2021 and in Serbia in August 2022, where graduate students and experienced scholars met from Germany, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Northern Macedonia, and Croatia.
All contributions discuss original empirical research on the construction of confidence and trust online and offline in the case of academic or journalistic writing, mainly from South Eastern European but also from German perspectives. The contributions can also serve as a general model for open and critical international and intercultural academic discourse in joint teaching, research and publishing.