|Title:||Email – SMS – MMS: The Linguistic Creativity of Asynchronous Discourse in the New Media Age (Linguistic Insights)|
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|Publisher:||Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; New edition edition (April 30, 2008)|
Series Statement: Linguistic insights, 1424-8689 ; v. 58. Bibliography, etc. Note . On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
This question cannot be answered easily because their registers are hybrid; they make use of both orality and literacy. Attention is further paid to multimedia messaging and questions concerning the proportion of image to text, picture categories as well as MMS dialogues are approached.
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Investigating Media Discourse explores spoken interactions in the media, drawing on contemporary sources from the English speaking world including chat shows, radio phone-ins and political interviews with leaders such as Tony Blair and George . ush. The main theoretical framework used in this work is influenced by Goffman, where each media encounter is viewed as a three-way participation framework involving the broadcaster, interviewee and audience, all of whom shape the interaction. Corpora in Applied Linguistics.
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I explore the meanings, functions, and effects observable in the indices of linguistic creativity in Japanese discourse. I use the term indices to mean all kinds and varieties of linguistic devices and discourse strategies that bring about the effects of linguistic creativity. The term discourse is used in a general sense, including both spoken and written discourse.
satellite and the Internet have greatly enhanced the interactive potential of broadcast media: live webchat. in ways that are equally complex. while media practitioners & on their social interaction as a spectacle for the consumption of the reader or viewer. New technologies of cable. are well established. joint production of texts. I identify three distinct sites of interaction involving media discourse that I intend to explore: interactions in production communities. Linguistic anthropologists are also interested in the social circulation of media discourse. In their coverage of irony. some interesting exploration of metaphor is brought into a section on men's health magazines (for example. because contents are always necessarily realized in forms.
Publisher: Peter Lang.
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 14(4), 1080-1107.