Anika Lieblang explains how patients develop coping strategies in the digital space and what potentials can result from media-mediated communication for the interaction between experts such as doctors or nurses and sufferers.
In our project »Krebs@Internet« we investigate how cancer patients use digital media to cope with the psychosocial stress of their disease. We are interested in the speech acts of the patients – we analyze a study corpus regarding cancer narratives of affected persons unsing internet videos with the help of different transcription methods and pay particular attention to identity constitution, addressing and self-positioning, rhetorical figures as well as content-related topoi.
The event is part of the "Digiloglounge Digital" series of talks on the topic of »Krebs@Internet«.
In the discussion series »Digiloglounge Digital«, the experts of »digilog@bw« offer an insight into their digital research topics and scientific projects and answer questions in the ZKM livestream!
Anika Lieblang studied media and communication sciences as well as German language and literature (University of Mannheim) in her Bachelor's degree. She completed a Master's degree in Language and Communication (University of Mannheim). Her final thesis was on »Empathy in written information on cancer for laypersons – a corpus-based anlysis of oncological advisory and educational texts«. Since November 2021, she has been a research associate at the Leibnitz Institute for the German Language in Mannheim (IDS).
Sabina Zweil is a research associate in the Knowledge Department at ZKM | Karlsruhe. Her focus is on the research field of artificial intelligence. She is currently working on the research project »Digitalization in Dialogue – digilog@bw«.