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III The Methods Employed in the Present Study

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Interactions between (sub)themes are either associations or dissociations. Therefore it is important to develop criteria, by which such an association or dissociation can be reliably determined, described and quantified. The chronological development of the (sub)themes on the western wall and on the parts of the false door are described by means of chronological orderings and/or diagrams. In order to determine whether the CP/SWS combination of an interaction indicates an association or a dissociation, the CP/SWS combination is linked with the +/- sign of the CPSD value adhering to it and placed in a CP/SWS diagram taking this +/- sign into account. In this diagram areas with a preponderance of + sign (association) or of - sign (dissociation) are determined. An interaction can thus be interpreted as an association or a dissociation by way of its location in the CP/SWS diagram.

Keywords: CP/SWS diagram; false door; SWS value; western wall



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