Welcome to Language@Internet!
LANGUAGE@INTERNET is an open-access, peer-reviewed, scholarly electronic journal that publishes original research on language and language use mediated by the Internet, the World Wide Web, and mobile technologies. Manuscripts are solicited on all aspects of language and language use in digital media. Submissions are welcomed that make use of analytical methods from linguistics and other language-related disciplines, as well as language-focused studies of digitally-mediated communication from other disciplines. Research methods may be qualitative or quantitative, and corpus studies making use of computational tools are encouraged. To submit a manuscript, follow the Submission Guidelines.
NEW ARTICLES (August 2014)
From OMG to TMD – Internet and Pinyin acronyms in Mandarin Chinese, by Sherry Yong Chen
A pragmatic investigation of emoticon use in nonnative/native speaker text chat, by Ilona Vandergriff
Projecting social and discursive identities through code-switching on Facebook: The case of Greek Cypriots, by Andry Sophocleous and Christiana Themistocleous
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Journal ISSN 1860-2029