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Sicher bezahlen. Folgen Sie uns. Das Passwort muss mind. Darin sollte mind. Recht Steuern Wirtschaft. Fields Related to Ecocomposition The authors explore what ecocomposition has gained from different fields and how ecocomposition differs from those fields.
We argue not that mountains, rivers, oceans, and the like do not actually exist, but that our only access to such things is through discourse, and that it is through language that we give these things or places particular meanings …In a sense, humans occupy two spaces: a biosphere, consisting of the earth and its atmosphere, which supports our physical existence, and a semiosphere, consisting of discourse, which shapes our existence and allows us to make sense of it.
These two central spheres of human life - the biosphere and the semiosphere - are mutually dependent upon each other. Whereas a healthy biosphere is one that supports a variety of symbiotic life forms, a healthy semiosphere is one that enables differences to coexist and be articulated. Because our language affects how we interact in and with our environments and how we see our environments, rhetoric is important to ecocomposition.
Ideas, words, and texts connect with one an-other, work relationally by referring to one another, and assume no intrinsically hierarchical order of importance. The use of hypermedia, such as digital images and sounds, adds another dimension to webbed writing, allowing for more diversity and variety-the attributes of a healthy ecosystem. Edbauer, Jenny.
Part of the problem is with language.
Edbauer demonstrates a rhetorical ecology by applying this methodology to the Keep Austin Weird movement. Gries, Laurie.
Things, especially in a digital age, simply, or rather complexly, flow. Images appear before us like buildings and books—as fixed, transitive things that have already been built and delivered. In this stage, researchers need to be open to unpredictable possibilities and go down some rabbit holes. Data mining often entails generating key terms, or tags, which function to make relationships and trends visible. As researchers identify associations between images, peoples, organizations, etc.