Linguistic spatial classifications of event domains in narratives of crime

  title={Linguistic spatial classifications of event domains in narratives of crime},
  author={B. Howald},
  journal={J. Spatial Inf. Sci.},
  • B. Howald
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • J. Spatial Inf. Sci.
  • Structurally, formal definitions of the linguistic narrative minimally require two temporally linked past-timeevents. The role of spacein this definition, basedon spatial lan- guage indicating where events occur, is considered optional and non-structural. However, based on narratives with ah igh frequency of spatial language, recent research has ques- tioned this perspective, suggesting that space is more critical than may be readily apparent. Through an analysis of spatially rich serial… CONTINUE READING
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