This study focuses on the connection between the thematization of emotions through experiential declarative formulas (EDF) and places in the corpus Emigrantendeutsch in Israel: Wiener in Jerusalem Israelkorpus (ISW), answering the following research questions: 1. What are the most frequent places mentioned in the corpus? 2. What are the most frequent EDFs used to thematize emotions in the corpus? With what emotion words are they used? What type of emotion (positive or negative) dominates? 3. Is there a connection between places and EDFs? Emotions and places play a special role in the interviews of the so- called Israelkorpus. In fact, during the narration and the act of remembering not only are past emotions awakened, but also new emotions arise (Leonardi, Thüne & Betten 2016) and places, considered to be attachment points for memory content (see Casey 1993), facilitate the memories of particular events. The corpus analysis distinguishes this study from previous ones, which have focused on individual interviews or small groups of interviews. The overall results include an inventory of the experiential declarative formulas (inter alia X fühlt sich Y ‘X feels Y’, X hat das Gefühl Y ‘X has the feeling Y’, X hat das Empfinde Y ‘X has the sensation Y’) in connection to places.

Emotions and their Relation to Places of the Migration Trajectory. Experiential Declarative Formulas in the Corpus Emigrantendeutsch in Israel: Wiener in Jerusalem (ISW) / C. Flinz (LANGUAGE, MIGRATION AND IDENTITY). - In: Language and Identity in Migration Contexts / [a cura di] P. Ronan, E. Ziegler. - Oxford : Peter Lang, 2022. - ISBN 9781789978889. - pp. 361-384

Emotions and their Relation to Places of the Migration Trajectory. Experiential Declarative Formulas in the Corpus Emigrantendeutsch in Israel: Wiener in Jerusalem (ISW)

C. Flinz
2022

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This study focuses on the connection between the thematization of emotions through experiential declarative formulas (EDF) and places in the corpus Emigrantendeutsch in Israel: Wiener in Jerusalem Israelkorpus (ISW), answering the following research questions: 1. What are the most frequent places mentioned in the corpus? 2. What are the most frequent EDFs used to thematize emotions in the corpus? With what emotion words are they used? What type of emotion (positive or negative) dominates? 3. Is there a connection between places and EDFs? Emotions and places play a special role in the interviews of the so- called Israelkorpus. In fact, during the narration and the act of remembering not only are past emotions awakened, but also new emotions arise (Leonardi, Thüne & Betten 2016) and places, considered to be attachment points for memory content (see Casey 1993), facilitate the memories of particular events. The corpus analysis distinguishes this study from previous ones, which have focused on individual interviews or small groups of interviews. The overall results include an inventory of the experiential declarative formulas (inter alia X fühlt sich Y ‘X feels Y’, X hat das Gefühl Y ‘X has the feeling Y’, X hat das Empfinde Y ‘X has the sensation Y’) in connection to places.
Emotions; Experiential Declarative Formulas; places; Israelkorpus
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