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Ah, this kind of approach could be very useful for my particular purposes
(transcribing multiparty interactions)! I will try to experiment with this
(and will inevitably be asking advice!)


On Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 11:51 AM, Stefan Wöhrmann <
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>  Hi Erika, Valerie  and sw-list****
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> due to so many different tasks I am late to answer your email. ****
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> Just for fun ... I experimented with this kind of writing showing to
> people in interaction – You should be able to read this document. It is
> kind of movement – writing. For my students it is so much fun to see a
> written document of their way to say “hello” to each other when they meet
> the first time in the morning. You will notice that I decided to write expressive/receptive
> mode in one and the same sign... so your brain gets information about who
> of the two is doing what. The person next to you (down on the line- acts
> from your point of view as the reader) – The other person acts as if you
> are watching him (receptive) ... at the same time... ****
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> All best****
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> Stefan  ****
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> (You can write this document with our powertool for school the
> “delegs-editor” just say  “new document” ... ask for the “dgs- dictionary”
> and type  “Begrüßung01 Begrüßung02 Begrüßung03 Begrüßung04 Begrüßung05
> Begrüßung06....”  later I will have to rewrite the signs in SignPuddle so
> that they should fit better in between the lines ;-.))  ) ****
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> Then you may want to create a PDF  .. you know ... )****
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> *Von:* SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages [mailto:
> [log in to unmask]] *Im Auftrag von *Erika
> Hoffmann-Dilloway
> *Gesendet:* Mittwoch, 21. August 2013 15:54
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> *Betreff:* one more receptive/expressive question****
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> Hi again! Thanks to all who responded to my earlier question - such
> helpful responses! I'll be sure to keep you all updated about the paper.
> I noticed something in your replies that made me think of an additional
> question: most of you talked about the process of writing and how
> expressive/receptive affects that process. Do any of you have any thoughts
> on how the choice affects reading? For example, when you read something
> written expressively, do you think that it makes you experience the writing
> differently? Are you more likely to sign it "out loud" (physically perform
> the signs in whole or in part while signing)? To notice spelling or writing
> choices that would differ from your own? Does putting yourself in the
> writer's shoes make you relate to them more?****
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> Thanks!
> Erika****
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> Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway
> Assistant Professor of Anthropology
> Oberlin College ****
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Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Oberlin College