PhD Alumni

Christoph Hare Svenstrup Freiburg

Language attitudes and linguistic awareness among adolescents in the Stuttgart area

ErstbetreuerProf. Dr. Tore Kristiansen (Kopenhagen)
DisziplinAllgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
StatusVorhaben beendet
Publikationhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Christoph_Svenstrup

My project is an investigation of language attitudes to the dialect ('Schwäbisch') and the standard ('Hochdeutsch') amongst the adolescents in the Stuttgart area, in Soutwest Germany. The quantitative part of the study consists of two questionnaires concerning different German (stereotypical) variety labels and voice samples from three different locations: Stuttgart, Reutlingen & Berlin. The qualitative part consists of metalinguistic group interviews where the participants discuss attitudes to different (stereotypical) variety labels and their own perception of the linguistic 'reality' of the Stuttgart area and of their everyday lives. The questionnaires are analyse statistically using both R and SPSS, and the interviews are analysed using a Conversation Analysis inspired analysis.


Kontakt

Emailchristophhare@gmail.com
Homepagehttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Christoph_Svenstrup

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae:

Field of interest
Sociolinguistics with a preference for language attitudes concerning dialects and
standard languages, language and identity and youth language, working with both
quantitative and qualitative approaches.

Education
Master in Danish (major) and Philosophy (minor) from the University of Copenhagen 2008.
Currently writing my Ph.D.-thesis at the University of Freiburg (studying) and the University of Copenhagen (financed).

Publications
(2012) Svenstrup, C. H., "Language attitudes and linguistic awareness among adolescents from the Stuttgart area" (forthcoming ph.d.-thesis).
(2012) Svenstrup, C. H., "Language attitudes in Southwest Germany", (forthcoming)
(2011) Stoeckle, P. & C. H. Svenstrup, "Language variation and (de-)standardisation processes in Germany", in "Linguistic Standards and Destandardisation in Europe" (T. Kristiansen & N. Coupland eds.), 83-90, Novus, Oslo.
(2010) Svenstrup, C. H., "Why does Vestjysk sound boorish and Københavnsk cool? A language attitudes study among adolescents in the town of Holstebro in western Jutland" (Masters thesis), in "Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism", vol. 57, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Humanities.
(2009) Svenstrup, C. H. & J. M. Thøgersen, "On the discursive construction of 'rigsdansk', 'jysk', 'københavnsk' and other varieties among adolescents in western Jutland", in "Language attitudes, Standardisation and language change", 181-210, Novus, Oslo.

Papers
"Wie untersucht man offene und verborgene Spracheinstellungen? Eine Untersuchung unter Jugendlichen im Raum Stuttgart", Arbeitstagung (Workshop): "Deutsche Varietäten im Kontakt. Grenzen und Methoden", Free University of Bozen, Bolzano (November 17th - 19th, 2011).
"Do attitudes change language?", Friends of Oklahoma Linguistics (FOOLS), Oklahoma State University, Stillwater (September 21st, 2011).
"Local vs. global identity - adolescents' attitudes to speakers from Reutlingen, Stuttgart & Berlin", International Summer School - Four sociolinguistic tandems, University of Copenhagen (June 6th - 10th, 2011).
"Local vs. global identity - adolescents' attitudes to speakers from Reutlingen, Stuttgart & Berlin", Conference: Jugendsprache, University of Freiburg (March 31st - April 2nd, 2011).
"Dialect & Identity - what do you speak?", Workshop w. Barbara Johnstone, University of Freiburg (March 15th, 2011).
"Attitudes to speakers from Stuttgart, Reutlingen and Berlin: the more standardised the better?", Workshop: Symposium on Dialect Change, The LANCHART Centre, University of Copenhagen (September 27th, 2010).
"What drives language change?", Workshop: "Language change - what are the driving forces?", University of Freiburg (April 13th ? 15th, 2010)
"What do they say about language? - Qualitative interviews as a supplement to quantitative language attitude studies", Conference: ICLaVE #5, University of Copenhagen, (June 25th - 27th, 2009).
"Country report on Denmark" (with F. Gregersen), Workshop: "The nature and role of language standardisation and standard languages in late modernity", Schæffergården, Copenhagen (February 19th - 21st, 2009).

Posters
"Language attitudes as a factor in language change? South-western German adolescents' attitudes to speakers form Reutlingen, Stuttgart and Berlin", Conference: ICLaVE #6, University of Freiburg (June 29th - July 1st, 2011).
"Language attitudes in the Schwäbisch speaking part of south western Germany", Conference: Sociolinguistic Symposium 18, University of Southampton (September 1st - 4th, 2010).

Participant
NWAV 40, Georgetown University, Washington (October 27th - 30th, 2011)

Organised
"Language change ? what are the driving forces?", Workshop, University of Freiburg (April 13th - 15th, 2010).

Further
Two months as a visiting scholar with professor Dennis R. Preston, at Oklahoma State University (September 3rd ? November 5th, 2011)




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