Social Media is fast becoming a key area of linguistic research.
This highly accessible guidebook leads students through the process
of undertaking research in order to explore the language that
people use when they communicate on social media sites. This
textbook provides: An introduction to the linguistic frameworks
currently used to analyse language found in social media contexts
An outline of the practical steps and ethical guidelines entailed
when gathering linguistic data from social media sites and
platforms A range of illustrative case studies, which cover
different approaches, linguistic topics, digital platforms, and
national contexts Each chapter begins with a clear summary of the
topics covered and also suggests sources for further reading to
supplement the initial discussion and case studies. Written with an
international outlook, Researching Language and Social Media is an
essential book for undergraduate and postgraduate students of
Linguistics, Media Studies and Communication Studies.
|Country of origin:
• David Barton
• Johann Wolfgang Unger
• Michele Zappavigna
||Electronic book text
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