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Das Konzept Wasser in der Sprache der alltäglichen und öffentlichen Diskussion

  • Changes of consciousness establish a status quo of consciousness. But which consciousness, that is, which definition (concept) of water accompanies everyday »unconscious« thought, communication, and behavior? Which, more or less, conscious concept of water shapes public discourse in the media and forms a starting point for political action? It is shown that the aspects of drinking, washing, and landscape constitute the core and that the aspect of costs is linked to utilization: however, the origins of the costs (purification, availability) are not considered. Furthermore, the social perspective (especially regarding the last fifty years in the FRG) is actually very one-sided and partially blind. Therefore, precisely this status quo must be acknowledged and considered if political measures are to be taken for the protection of water.

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Metadaten
Author:Ulrike Haß
URN:urn:nbn:de:bsz:mh39-67518
ISBN:3-9809668-0-1
Parent Title (German):Warnsignal Klima: Genug Wasser für alle? Wissenschaftliche Fakten
Title Additional (English):The concept of water in everyday and public discourse
Publisher:Wissenschaftliche Auswertungen
Place of publication:Hamburg
Editor:José L. Lozán, Hartmut Graßl, Peter Hupfer, Lukas Menzel, Christian-Dietrich Schönwiese
Document Type:Part of a Book
Language:German
Year of first Publication:2005
Date of Publication (online):2017/11/27
Publicationstate:Veröffentlichungsversion
Reviewstate:(Verlags)-Lektorat
GND Keyword:Begriff; Bewusstseinsveränderung; Deutsch; Wasser; Wortassoziation
First Page:32
Last Page:35
Dewey Decimal Classification:400 Sprache / 400 Sprache, Linguistik
BDSL-Classification:Lexikographie, Wörterbücher
Leibniz-Classification:Sprache, Linguistik
Linguistics-Classification:Lexikologie / Etymologie
Open Access?:Ja
Licence (German):Es gilt das UrhG