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Wie Jugendliche schreiben: Schreibkompetenz und neue Medien


Dürscheid, Christa; Wagner, Franc; Brommer, Sarah (2010). Wie Jugendliche schreiben: Schreibkompetenz und neue Medien. Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter.

Abstract

Today, young people write in their leisure time far more than they did 15 years ago. Most often they use the new media to do their writing. This book explores whether the frequent writing of short messages and e-mails and participation in chats and social networks like Facebook have an influence on writing in school. Are there any similarities and relationships between the texts written in school and the private texts? For the first time, based on comprehensive data from Swiss students, this book provides empirical answers to these questions.

Today, young people write in their leisure time far more than they did 15 years ago. Most often they use the new media to do their writing. This book explores whether the frequent writing of short messages and e-mails and participation in chats and social networks like Facebook have an influence on writing in school. Are there any similarities and relationships between the texts written in school and the private texts? For the first time, based on comprehensive data from Swiss students, this book provides empirical answers to these questions.

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Additional indexing

Other titles:How young people write
Item Type:Monograph
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of German Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:430 German & related languages
Language:German
Date:2010
Deposited On:28 Sep 2010 09:20
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 14:15
Publisher:De Gruyter
Series Name:Linguistik – Impulse & Tendenzen
Volume:41
Number of Pages:294
ISSN:1612-8702
ISBN:978-3-11-023611-8
Publisher DOI:10.1515/9783110236125

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