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See detailSchnëssen. Surveying language dynamics in Luxembourgish with a mobile research app
Entringer, Nathalie UL; Gilles, Peter UL; Martin, Sara UL et al

in Linguistics Vanguard (2021), 7(s1),

The mobile app Schnëssen is intended to establish a state-of-the-art digital platform to collect data on the present-day language situation of Luxembourgish by means of crowd-sourcing and to document and ... [more ▼]

The mobile app Schnëssen is intended to establish a state-of-the-art digital platform to collect data on the present-day language situation of Luxembourgish by means of crowd-sourcing and to document and present results to a broader public. Users can participate in a large set of audio recordings tasks and in sociolinguistic surveys. By presenting all audio recordings via an interactive map, participants can explore the language variation of their language. In the first year of data collection, around 210.000 recordings could be collected for numerous variation phenomena from all linguistic levels and over 2800 sociolinguistic questionnaires have been filled out. The app allowed us to compile thus the largest systematic spoken language corpus of Luxembourgish. [less ▲]

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See detailInter- and intra-individual variation in Luxembourgish. A quantitative analysis of crowd-sourced speech data
Entringer, Nathalie UL

in Werth, Alexander; Bülow, Lars; Pfenninger, Simone (Eds.) et al Intra-individual Variation in Language (2021)

As a young and comparatively little-standardised Germanic language, Luxembourgish is characterised by a very high degree of variation, which in many cases is still unexplored. This also applies to the ... [more ▼]

As a young and comparatively little-standardised Germanic language, Luxembourgish is characterised by a very high degree of variation, which in many cases is still unexplored. This also applies to the morphological varia- tion of the superlative (dat schéinst / dat schéinst-en / dat schéinst-en-t Päerd ‘the most beautiful horse’) and the adjectival participle (e gefëllt-en / e gefëllt- en-e Croissant ‘a filled croissant’). This empirical study is the first attempt to fill this research gap. On the one hand, the chapter aims to explore the variation of these phenomena from a more classical perspective, that is, by analysing inter- individual variation (IEV); the purpose of it is to identify possible linguistic and social constraints that influence the variation. On the other hand, the chapter also focuses on intra-individual variation (IAV), i.e. variation within a speaker that is situationally independent. This analysis aims to evaluate the results of the IEV perspective and also to reveal further specificities of the variation. Studying a large corpus of crowd-sourced speech data leads to several findings. It becomes apparent, for example, that part of the morphological variation can be explained by the influence and interaction of different linguistic factors. Furthermore, there is evidence that IAV manifests in various forms: as the expression of individual linguistic preferences, as the expression of linguistic insecurities and as the expression of language change. [less ▲]

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See detailPilotprojekt Schreibassistenzen in der Lehre. Die Wiener Writing Fellows Implementierung.
Entringer, Nathalie UL; Römmer-Nossek, Brigitte; Rismondo, Frane et al

in Niederdorfer, Lisa; Schmölzer-Eibinger, Sabine; Bushati, Bora (Eds.) et al Wissenschaftliches Schreiben lehren und lernen. Diagnose und Förderung wissenschaftlicher Textkompetenz in Schule und Universität. (2018)

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See detailSchnëssen-App - Är Sprooch fir d'Fuerschung
Entringer, Nathalie UL; Gilles, Peter UL; Martin, Sara UL et al

Software (2018)

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