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Jauss co-founded the University of Constance and the Constance group of literary studies. The original reception of a text was compared to a later reception, revealing different literary receptions and their evolution. The empirical studies discussed in this thesis reveal the. The interrelationship between the social environment, the institutional reforms at the University of Constance, and the methodology of reception theory are also discussed. The new social values in West Germany advocated individualism and questioned status quo institutions and their authority.

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Jauss co-founded the University of Constance and the Constance group of literary studies. The original reception of a text was compared to a later reception, revealing different literary receptions and their evolution.

The empirical studies discussed in this thesis reveal the. The interrelationship between the social environment, the institutional reforms at the University of Constance, and the methodology of reception theory are also discussed.

The new social values in West Germany advocated individualism and questioned status quo institutions and their authority. With the democratization of the university, old autonomous faculties were broken down into interdisciplinary subject areas.

The Old Philology and New Philology department were made into the sciences of language and literature and ultimately introduced as the all-encompassing literaturwissenschaft. Five professors from the Slavic, English, German, Classics and Romance language departments gave up direction of these large departments to work together under the Constance reforms in an effort to form a new concept of literary studies.

The result was the socalled theories of "reception" and "effect" which they continue to research. Description If you are the rightful copyright holder of this dissertation or thesis and wish to have it removed from the Open Access Collection, please submit a request to pdxscholar pdx.

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His family came from a long line of teachers. His religious background was pietism. In November at Heidelberg , the twenty-seven-year-old Jauss, after postwar imprisonment, began studies in Romance Philology , Philosophy , History and Germanistik German literature and linguistics. Teachers at that time who made an impact on his thought included Martin Heidegger and Hans Georg Gadamer. He was to remain there until In these years he made study trips to Paris and Perugia. In , with the treatise Untersuchungen zur mittelalterlichen Tierdichtung, he obtained his habilitation for Romance Philology at the University of Heidelberg.

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General[ edit ] A basic acceptance of the meaning of a specific text tends to occur when a group of readers have a shared cultural background and interpret the text in similar ways. Instead of an "implied reader", reception theory of landscapes assumes an "implied visitor", who is an abstracted concatenation of responses of many visitors at different times. The theory recognizes that there is no single reading of a landscape that fulfills its entire potential, and that it is important to examine the motives of visitors and the factors influencing their visits whether they read guidebooks about the place before visiting, or had strong feelings about the place or the designer, for instance. One key difference between reception theory in literature and reception theory in landscape architecture is that while literary works are accessible only to the imagination, physical landscapes are accessible to the senses as well as to the imagination. Reception theoretical analysis of architecture differs from typical writing on the history and analysis of landscapes, which tends to focus on the intentions of the designers, the conditions leading to the creation of the design, and the building process.

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