Investigating Computer-Mediated Communication: Corpus-based Approaches to Language in the Digital World
Ključne besede: Computer-Mediated Communication, Social Media Corpora for the Humanities
This volume brings together researchers active in the initiative called Computer-Mediated Communication and Social Media Corpora for the Humanities (http://www.cmc-corpora.org/) that is dedicated to the discussion of best practices on all aspects of open issues regarding the development, annotation, processing and analysis of corpora of computer-mediated communication (CMC). It includes eight chapters that have been written by 16 authors from 13 different countries and deal with the creation of CMC corpora, and with the analysis of CMC phenomena in 10 different languages. They tackle a diverse range of research questions and use a rich set of approaches, which is why they are organized into four broad thematic and methodological parts: Part 1 - Lexical analysis of CMC, Part 2 - Sociolinguistic analysis of CMC, Part 3 - Conversation and conflict in CMC, and Part 4 - Building and processing CMC resources.
Birds of a feather don’t quite tweet together:An analysis of spelling variation in Slovene, Croatian and Serbian Twitterese
CMC terminology in Hausa as found in a corpus of WhatsApp chats
WhatsApp with social media slang?Youth language use in Dutch written computer-mediated communication
Gender and grammatical Frequencies in social media English from the Nordic countries
Conversations on Twitter
Exploring Wikipedia Talk Pages for Conflict Detection
The development of DOTI (Data of oral teletandem interaction)
Part-of-speech tagging for corpora of computer-mediated communication:A case study on finding rare phenomena
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August 19, 2018
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Date of first publication (11)
29 September 2017