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  1. Language variation in online personal ads from Quebec: The case of ne

    Language@Internet, 5, article 1 (2008)

  2. Introduction: Data and methods in computer-mediated discourse analysis

    Language@Internet, 5, article 2 (2008)

  3. Text-centered versus multimodal analysis of Instant Messaging conversation

    Language@Internet, 5, article 7 (2008)

  4. Japanese BBS websites as online communities: (Im)politeness perspectives

    Language@Internet, 5, article 3 (2008)

  5. Quantitative approaches to linguistic variation in IRC: Implications for qualitative research

    Language@Internet, 5, article 4 (2008)

  6. Conversation analysis and community of practice as approaches to studying online community

    Language@Internet, 5, article 5 (2008)

  7. Situated chat analysis as a window to the user's perspective: Aspects of temporal and sequential organization

    Language@Internet, 5, article 6 (2008)

  8. Discourse structure analysis of chat communication

    Language@Internet, 5, article 10 (2008)

  9. Potentials and limitations of discourse-centred online ethnography

    Language@Internet, 5, article 8 (2008)