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Vol III, Issue 1-2/2016

Research articles

Sole Alba Zollo: Internationalization and Globalization. A Multimodal Analysis of Italian Universities’ Websites, Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 3(1-2), pp. 1-17. [pdf]

Stephanie Köser & Mariusz Mela: Polish and German feedback signals in dyadic interactions: A culturological and phonetic analysis, Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 3(1-2), pp. 18-55. [pdf]

Reports

Paolo Caponetto: Red Hen Lab: A further step towards multimodality. A report published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 3(1-2). [pdf]

Posters

Noha Alzughbi: Sprächliche Höflichkeit fruher und heute am Beispiel ausgewählter deutscher and ägyptischer Filmkomödien. Published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 1-2, 2016. [pdf][additional info]

Amira Amin: Politische Korrekheit als Form der sprachlichen Höflichkeit in der medialen Flüchtlingstdiskussion. Published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 1-2, 2016. [pdf] [additional info]

Goranka Rocco, Mette Rudvin & Cinzia Spinzi: A comparative study of “Economic Migrant” in three lingua-cultures: English, German, and Italian. Published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 1-2/2016. [pdf] [additional info]

Vol. II, Issue 1-2/2015

Research articles

Ilham Huynh: Die Herstellung von Zugehörigkeit in der multimodalen Interaktion, pp. 1-8 [pdf]

Isabella Poggi: The Conductor’s parodies. A multimodal strategy for error management in music rehearsals, pp. 9-21. [pdf]

Reviews

Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer, Jörg Meibauer, Kerstin Nachtigäller, and Katharina J.Rohlfing (Editors). Learning from Picturebooks. Perspectives from child development and literacy studies. Routledge: London and New York, 2015. [pdf]

Reviewed by Magdalena Olpińska-Szkiełko

 Posters

Christian Bendl: Die Patientenbeteiligung in der homoeoathischen Anamnese. Das ko-konstructive Erfuellen eines altbekannten Prinzips. Poster presented at the 3rd GAL-Sektionentagung, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, September 23-25, 2015. Published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 1-2, 2015. [pdf] [additional info]

Judith Butterworth: Redewiedergabeverfahren als Ressource fuer die Soziale Positionierung in der Interaktion. Poster presented at the 3rd GAL-Sektionentagung, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, September 23-25, 2015. Published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 1-2, 2015. [pdf] [additional info] [bio]

Denise Eraßme, Bianka Trevisan, Eva Reimer, Eva-Maria Jakobs: Kooperative Konzeptgenesen in professionellen Interaktionen. Poster presented at the 3rd GAL-Sektionentagung, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, September 23-25, 2015. Published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 1-2, 2015. [pdf] [additional info]

Sandra Hölbling-Inzko: Cooperative Production of Knowledge on the Web: Co-authorship in Question-and-Answer-Websites. Poster presented at the 3rd GAL-Sektionentagung, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, September 23-25, 2015. Published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 1-2, 2015. [pdf] [additional info]

Tim Stanik: Institutionelle Merkmale von Beratungen in der Weiterbildung. Eine ethnografisch angereicherte Interaktionsanalyse. Poster presented at the 3rd GAL-Sektionentagung, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, September 23-25, 2015. Published in: Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies, 1-2, 2015. [pdf] [additional info]

Vol. I, Issue 2/2014

Research articles

Audrey Mazur-Palandre, Jean-Marc Colletta & Kristine Lund: Context sensitive ‘how’ explanation in children’s multimodal behavior, pp. 1-17. PDF

Silvia Bonacchi & Mariusz Mela: Practical remarks about the interoperability of the computer programmes Folker, ELAN and Praat for transcription and multimodal linguistic annotation from the user’s point of view, pp. 18-29. PDF

Peter Menke, Farina Freigang, Thomas Kronenberg, Sören Klett & Kirsten Bergmann: First Steps towards a Tool Chain for Automatic Processing of Multimodal Corpora, pp. 30-43. PDF

Posters

Ewa Jarmołowicz-Nowikow & Konrad Juszczyk: What makes me point with open palm or index  finger extended? Potential determinants of the form of pointing gestures realized by native speakers of Polish, a poster presented at ISGS Conference in San Diego, 2014, pp. 44. PDF

Ewa Jarmołowicz-Nowikow, Michał Szczyszek, Maciej Karpiński: Multimodal utterances in cartoon narration by Polish children, a poster presented at the 2nd COST 2102 Training School: Development of multimodal interfaces: active listening and synchrony, Dublin, Ireland, March 23-27, 2009, pp. 45. PDF

Vol. I, Issue 1/2014.

Research articles

Silvia Bonacchi & Maciej Karpiński: Remarks about the use of the term “multimodality” (A Word from the Editors of the Journal) (pdf) pp. 1-7.

Ewa Żebrowska: Multimodal messages (pdf) pp. 8-15.

Agata Karaśkiewicz & Agnieszka Czoska: A proposal of a framework for analysis of multimodal messages (pdf) pp. 16-22.

Paweł Szerszeń: Multimodality in glottodidactics: Some considerations on the glottodidactic analysis of internet specialist texts (pdf) pp.  23-32.

Werona Król-Gierat: Individuals with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in a Multimedia Learning Environment (pdf) pp. 33-41.

Reports

Mariusz Mela: Report from the international workshop „Conflict and Communication. Multimodal Social Signals of Conflict and Negotiation in Humans, Animals, and Machines”, 29th-31st October, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy. (pdf) pp. 42-44.

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