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    I have a text about art/crafts in the GDR and West Germany which says that the two states ran courses on design which were "unterschiedlich rezipiert" in each place.


    Duden/DWDS say that "rezipieren" just means that something is adopted or taken up/absorbed into something, but Leo also has "to receive" - and it does look similar.

    So does this mean that the design courses were absorbed into and influenced the culture of the two states differently, or that they met with a different reception in each state (people reacted differently to them)?

    Author CM2DD (236324) 10 Sep 21, 10:13
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    I’d take it to mean that people in the East reacted to them differently than people in the West

    #1Author Dragon (238202) 10 Sep 21, 10:16
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    I say it is more than the sheer reaction. Rather a different way of adapting what was taught in the courses.

    #2Author mbshu (874725) 10 Sep 21, 10:17
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    So am I just reading the dictionary definitions wrong? I come across this from time to time and have used the "reception" translation before as it made more sense, but the dictionaries don't look like they are saying that. Am I misinterpreting the definition?

    https://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/rezipieren

    https://www.dwds.de/wb/rezipieren

    #3Author CM2DD (236324) 10 Sep 21, 10:29
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    Für mich bedeutet das in dem Kontext wahrnehmen, und implizit bewerten.


    Das wäre eher die zweite Duden-Definition:

    einen Text, ein Kunstwerk o. Ä. als Leser[in], Hörer[in] oder Betrachter[in] sinnlich erfassen

    https://www.duden.de/rechtschreibung/rezipieren

    #4Author Mattes (236368) 10 Sep 21, 10:49
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    @4: Das meinte ich in #1 mit “reagieren”. Der Kurs kommt beim Wessi anders an als beim Ossi, das Gelernte wird vom Kursteilnehmer anders aufgefasst und in der Folge vermutlich auch anders umgesetzt.


    Wie diese unterschiedliche Rezeption aussieht, weiß ich nicht. Vielleicht musste man in der DDR kreativer mit dem Vorgaben umgehen, weil nicht alle Materialien verfügbar waren, während man in der BRD alles möglichst genau kopiert hat? Vielleicht wurde es auf einer Seite eher als Kunst/Luxus verstanden? Das würde mich interessieren. CM2DD, geht das aus Deinem Text hervor?

    #5Author Dragon (238202) 10 Sep 21, 11:18
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    It's about how the two states had a shared legacy before they separated, so they started out on the same basis, but developed in different ways. Not much detail but it does sound intriguing.

    Angela Merkel just opened another high-profile exhibition here in Dresden yesterday, good time for a visit :)


    Thanks all, I'll have to mull it over a bit before it sinks in but the explanations are helpful.

    #6Author CM2DD (236324) 10 Sep 21, 11:39
     
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