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  1. Krogh, Steffen

    Copyright, Frisian, German dialects (Low German), German language history, German morphology, German syntax, Hebrew, History of the Danish language, History of the Scandinavian language, Judaism (East European Jewry), Morphology, Syntax (Contact linguistics), Yiddish (Ultraorthodox Yiddish, Yiddish historical linguistics, Yiddish syntax)

    • Lauridsen, Ole

      Danish pragmatics (language use) (Modern danish and modern danish language), Human Resource Management (PKM (Personal Knowledge Management) - Methods for the individual to build and learn knowledge), Learning in work life (Learning, Learning styles in education, theme building and management, PKM (Personal Knowledge Management) - Methods for the individual to build and learn knowledge), Performance (Learning styles in education, teambuilding and management, PKM (Personal Knowledge Management) - Methods for the individual to build and learn knowledge), Teaching (Learning styles in education, teambuilding and management)

      • Levisen, Carsten

        Dansk semantics (meaning), Identity (Linguistic, sociohistorical and cognitive aspects of creolization), Intercultural communication, Language development (Language socialization), Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology) (Semantic change, Historical pragmatics, creolization of languages and cultures), Pacific Ocean (Urban Bislama, Pacific Englishes,), Pragmatics (language use) (Ethnopragmatics), Psychology of culture (Language and social emotions, critical "happiness" studies), Semantics (cognitive semantics, formal semantics etc) (Lexical semantics, Cultural semantics, Cognitive semantics, Natural Semantic Metalanguage), Sociolects (child language, language of adolescents, immigrants, specialised language etc) (The sociolinguistics of identity, World Englishes), Syntax (Cultural influences on grammatical systems), Text typology (genre theory) (Ethnopragmatic approaches to genre)