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Quantitative Ansätze in den Literatur- und Geisteswissenschaften

Systematische und historische Perspektiven

[Quantitative Methods in Literary Studies and the Humanities: Systematic and Historical Perspectives]

Ed. by Bernhart, Toni / Willand, Marcus / Richter, Sandra / Albrecht, Andrea

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April 2018
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2018
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978-3-11-052330-0
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Narratologische Textauszeichnung in Märe und Novelle

Dimpel, Friedrich Michael

Abstract

In this paper, I suggest a system of annotation designed for the use in Computational Narratology. The levels of annotating I use in my study are as follows: space, time, focalisation, reported speech, narrator’s speech, relation of the speech of a character/of the narrator to a certain character, evaluative remarks, negation, figurative speech, ambiguity. Alongside with the tagset, the guidelines for annotation are being refined in order to enable different persons to achieve consistent results (inter-annotator-agreement). In doing so, narratological models will be systematically reassessed and refined. The aim of this project is therefore to annotate about 100 short narratives. The corpus will render possible a great variety of follow-up aims and objectives. It permits systematic access to corpus segments annotated in the same way. Using ›Studentenabenteuer A‹ and ›Decamerone‹ IX,6, I discuss a number of details and problems in narratological annotation. Finally, I present some examples of quantitative analysis using among others MTLD and Social Network Analysis.

Citation Information

Quantitative Ansätze in den Literatur- und Geisteswissenschaften

Systematische und historische Perspektiven

Edited by Bernhart, Toni / Willand, Marcus / Richter, Sandra / Albrecht, Andrea

De Gruyter

2018

Pages: 121–148

ISBN (Online): 9783110523300

DOI (Chapter): https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110523300-006

DOI (Book): https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110523300

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