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Burgert Senekal

: 381-385. Hoppe, Bruce, en Claire Reinelt. 2010. “Social Network Analysis and the Evaluation of Leadership Networks.” The Leadership Quarterly 21 (4): 600-619. Hu, Yifan. 2011. “Algorithms for Visualizing Large Networks.” Combinatorial Scientific Computing 5 (3): 180-186. Kamada, T., en S. Kawai. 1989. “An Algorithm for Drawing General Undirected Graphs.” Information Processing Letters 31: 7-15. Kobourov, Stephen G. 2013. “Force-directed Drawing Algorithms.” Handbook of Graph Drawing and Visualization

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Kęstas Kirtiklis

References Abell, Peter & Reyniers, Diane. 2000. On the failure of social theory. British Journal of Sociology 51(4). 739-750. Ampuja, Marko. 2010. The Media and the Academic Globalization Debate. Theoretical Analysis and Critique . Helsinki: Helsinki University. (Doctoral dissertation) Ampuja, Marko & Koivisto, Juha. 2014. From ‘Post-Industrial’ to ‘Network Society’ and Beyond: The Political Conjunctures and Current Crisis of Information Society Theory. tripleC 12(2). 447-463. Castells, Manuel. 2000a. Materials for an exploratory

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Monika Obrębska

-processing Network of Schizophrenia Patients with Poor Insight.” PloS ONE 7(8): e42707. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0042707. McGlashan Thomas, Fenton Wayne. 1992. “The Positive-negative Distinction in Schizophrenia. Review of Natural History Validators.” Archives of General Psychiatry 49, 63-73. Obrębska Monika. 2011. “Analiza leksykalna tekstów wypowiedzi pacjentów ze zdiagnozowaną schizofrenią paranoidalną. Doniesienie z badań” [A Lexical Analysis of Utterance Texts of Patients Diagnosed with Para­noid Schizophrenia. A Research report]. In: Obrębska

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Dafydd Gibbon, Katarzyna Klessa and Jolanta Bachan

& Stahl, Daniel 2011. Cluster Analysis, 5th Edition. King’s College, L ondon: J ohn W iley & Sons. Gibbon, Dafydd. 1992. P rosody, time types, and linguistic design factors in spoken language system architectures. Proceedings of KONVENS 1992. 90-99. Gibbon, Dafydd. 2003. Computational modelling of rhythm as alternation, iteration and hierarchy. In Proceedings of International Congress of Phonetic Sciences III. Barcelona, 2489-2492. Gibbon, Dafydd. 2006. T ime types and time trees: P rosodic mining and alignment of

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Maciej Karpiński

. Bernieri, Frank J . & Rosenthal, Robert. 1991. Interpersonal coordination: Behaviour matching and interactional synchrony. In Feldman, Robert & Rimé, Bertrand (eds.), Fundamentals of non-verbal behaviour, 401-432. New York: Cambridge U niversity P ress. Boker, Steven M. & Xu, Minquan & Rotondo, J ennifer L . & K ing, K adija 2002. W indowed cross-correlation and peak picking for the analysis of variability in the association between behavioural time series, Psychological Methods 7. 338-355. Branigan, H olly P . & P ickering, Martin P

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Joanna Kruczkowska

The Use of Ulster Speech by Michael Longley and Tom Paulin

The article examines the application and exploration of Ulster dialects in the work of two poets of Northern Irish Protestant background, Tom Paulin and Michael Longley. It depicts Paulin's attitude to the past and the present of their community of origin, the former positive and the latter negative, which is responsible for the ambiguities in his use of and his comments on the local speech. Both poets employ the vernacular to refer to their immediate context, i.e. the conflict in Ulster, and in this respect linguistic difference comes to be associated with violence. Yet another vital element of their exploration of the dialect is its link to their origins, home and the intimacy it evokes, which offers a contrary perspective on the issue of languages and makes their approach equivocal. This context in Paulin's poetry is further enriched with allusions to or open discussion of the United Irishmen ideal and the international Protestant experience, and with his reworking of ancient Greek myth and tragedy, while in Longley's poetry it is set in the framework of "translations" from Homer which, strangely enough, transport the reader to contemporary Ireland. While Longley in his comments (interviews and autobiographical writings) relates the dialect to his personal experience, Paulin (in his essays and in interviews) seems to situate it in a vaster network of social and political concepts that he has developed in connection with language, which in Ireland has never seemed a neutral phenomenon detached from historical and political implications. Longley's use of local speech is seldom discussed by critics; Paulin's, on the contrary, has stirred diverse reactions and controversies. The article investigates some of these critical views chiefly concerned with the alleged artificiality of his use of local words and with his politicizing the dialects. Performing the analysis of his poems and essays, the article argues for Paulin's "consistency in inconsistency," i.e. the fact that his application of dialectal words reflects his love-hate attitude to his community of origin, and that in the clash of two realities, of the conflict and of home, his stance and literary practice is not far from Longley's, which has been regarded as quite neutral as one can infer from the lack of critical controversy about it. The voices of the two poets and their use of local speech provide a crucial insight into the Northern Irish reality with all its intricacy and paradox.

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Johannes Kiener

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Bernhard Leitner

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Prudence Willats

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Peter Fankhauser

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