Kirchhof, Carolin ; Malisz, Zofia ; Wagner, Petra
Abstract / Notes
Following De Ruiter (2000), I propose that there is no such thing as a lexical affiliate for every gesture. I suggest interpreting gestures by their conceptual affiliates. The existence of conceptual rather than lexical gesture affiliates is supported by empirical data from a perception study with German native speakers. They linked gestures in video clips without sound to their accompanying speech that was in a separate audio clip. The manifold lexical connections people made could be united when regarding them as parts of conceptual perceptions. Also, the conceptual affiliates are closely connected with the theme-rheme structure of utterances. This connection further supports the intricate relationship of speech and gesture. The phenomenon of conceptual affiliates implies a less restricted and more natural perception process of co-expressive gesture and speech than the long-held idea of lexical gesture equals.
2nd Conference on Gesture and Speech in Interaction
Kirchhof C. So What's Your Affiliation With Gesture? In: Kirchhof C, Malisz Z, Wagner P, eds. GeSpIn. Bielefeld; 2011.
Kirchhof, C. (2011). So What's Your Affiliation With Gesture? In C. Kirchhof, Z. Malisz, & P. Wagner (Eds.), GeSpIn Bielefeld.
Kirchhof, C. (2011). “So What's Your Affiliation With Gesture?” in GeSpIn, Kirchhof, C., Malisz, Z., and Wagner, P. eds. (Bielefeld).
Kirchhof, C., 2011. So What's Your Affiliation With Gesture? In C. Kirchhof, Z. Malisz, & P. Wagner, eds. GeSpIn. Bielefeld.
C. Kirchhof, “So What's Your Affiliation With Gesture?”, GeSpIn, C. Kirchhof, Z. Malisz, and P. Wagner, eds., Bielefeld: 2011.
Kirchhof, C.: So What's Your Affiliation With Gesture? In: Kirchhof, C., Malisz, Z., and Wagner, P. (eds.) GeSpIn. Bielefeld (2011).
Kirchhof, Carolin. “So What's Your Affiliation With Gesture?”. GeSpIn. Ed. Carolin Kirchhof, Zofia Malisz, and Petra Wagner. Bielefeld, 2011.
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