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Herring, S. C. (2007). A Faceted Classification Scheme for Computer-Mediated Discourse. Language@Internet, 4, article 1. (urn:nbn:de:0009-7-7611)

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%A Herring, Susan C.
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%D 2007
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%X This article describes a classification scheme for computer-mediated discourse that classifies samples in terms of clusters of features, or “facets”. The goal of the scheme is to synthesize and articulate aspects of technical and social context that influence discourse usage in CMC environments. The classification scheme is motivated, presented in detail with support from existing literature, and illustrated through a comparison of two types of weblog (blog) data. In concluding, the advantages and limitations of the scheme are weighed.
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%K theory
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%K situation
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%K demographics
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%U http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0009-7-7611

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@Article{herring2007,
  author = 	"Herring, Susan C.",
  title = 	"A Faceted Classification Scheme for Computer-Mediated Discourse",
  journal = 	"Language@Internet",
  year = 	"2007",
  volume = 	"4",
  number = 	"1",
  keywords = 	"CMC; LiveJournal; blog; computer-mediated communication.; computer-mediated discourse; computer-mediated discourse analysis; discourse; discourse analysis; generic structure; genre; internet; language; methodology; modalities; mode; norms; quoting; situational features; synchronicity; technological determinism; weblog; theory; classification; medium; situation; participation; demographics; granularity",
  abstract = 	"This article describes a classification scheme for computer-mediated discourse that classifies samples in terms of clusters of features, or ``facets''. The goal of the scheme is to synthesize and articulate aspects of technical and social context that influence discourse usage in CMC environments. The classification scheme is motivated, presented in detail with support from existing literature, and illustrated through a comparison of two types of weblog (blog) data. In concluding, the advantages and limitations of the scheme are weighed.",
  issn = 	"1860-2029",
  url = 	"http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0009-7-7611"
}

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