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The Resource (In)Appropriate Online Behavior : a pragmatic analysis of message board relations, Jenny Arendholz, University of Augsburg

(In)Appropriate Online Behavior : a pragmatic analysis of message board relations, Jenny Arendholz, University of Augsburg

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(In)Appropriate Online Behavior : a pragmatic analysis of message board relations
Title
(In)Appropriate Online Behavior
Title remainder
a pragmatic analysis of message board relations
Statement of responsibility
Jenny Arendholz, University of Augsburg
Title variation
Inappropriate Online Behavior
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Arendholz, Jenny
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
ZA4480
LC item number
.A73 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Pragmatics & Beyond New Series,
Series volume
v. 229
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Electronic discussion groups
  • Online etiquette
  • Discourse analysis
  • Discourse analysis
  • Online social networks
  • Internet
  • Language and the Internet
Label
(In)Appropriate Online Behavior : a pragmatic analysis of message board relations, Jenny Arendholz, University of Augsburg
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [265]-279) and indexes
Contents
  • Cues-filtered-out approaches
  • Everything is not lost : the discovery of social potential within CMC;
  • Opposed findings of more recent approaches;
  • Compensatory mechanisms and netlingo
  • Summary : why CMC can be social after all
  • Communicating via networks II : a social perspective.
  • Introduction
  • Gathering online : in groups or communities?
  • Taking a look inside : the community of practice of the student room;
  • Social roles revisited : the hybridization of the private and public;
  • Introduction
  • The emergence of norms and codes of conduct
  • Summary : why we need to draw on FtF interaction
  • Interpersonal relations I : the origins of politeness, face & facework.
  • Introduction
  • Fraser, Lakoff and Leech : some classic views on politeness
  • The face-saving view : Brown/Levinson's politeness theory;
  • Key concepts and inner workings;
  • The predecessor : Goffman's classic approach;
  • Brown/Levinson vs. Goffman : some interrelations
  • Summary : what to keep and what to drop
  • Communicating via networks I : a technical perspective.
  • Interpersonal relations II : putting (im)politeness in an integrative perspective.
  • Introduction
  • A working definition of politeness
  • Locher/Watts' comprehensive framework of interpersonal relations
  • Impoliteness : the neglected stepbrother of politeness
  • Distinguishing types of inappropriate behavior : impoliteness vs. rudeness
  • Appropriate impoliteness : Mock-impoliteness and banter
  • Strings of inappropriate online behavior : Flaming
  • Summary : implications of an integrative perspective for the analysis
  • Prelude to the analysis : gathering contextual factors.
  • Introduction
  • Introduction
  • The participant : personal contextual factors;
  • Face Constitution in online message boards;
  • Trolling : a means of strategie deception
  • The relations : interpersonal contextual factors
  • The setting : (Extra- ) medial environmental factors
  • Summary : a comprehensive framework of context in message boards
  • Analyzing online message boards I : thread starts.
  • Introduction
  • Aspects of corpus compilation and its internal strueture
  • A short history of hypertext and the Internet
  • Establishing interpersonal relations online;
  • What's in a heading?;
  • The initiators : investigating thread starters' face claims;
  • Face claims in first posts;
  • Laying the groundwork for thread discussions : first entries
  • Other hotbeds for establishing contact : profiles and signatures
  • Summary : findings for the establishment of interpersonal relations
  • Analyzing online message boards II : thread interaction.
  • Introduction
  • Managing interpersonal relations online;
  • Scientific disciplines and hypertext : CMC & CMDA
  • Getting to know others;
  • Looking for like-minded others;
  • Asking for advice;
  • Asking for opinions;
  • Blowing off steam;
  • Offering advice/information
  • Summary : findings for the management of interpersonal relations
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Name index
  • In the Spotlight : the ins and outs of message boards
  • Subject index
  • Reservations against the social potential of CMC;
  • Technological determinism vs. social constructionism;
Control code
815757871
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
[xiii], 285 p.
Isbn
9789027256348
Isbn Type
(hb)
Lccn
2012041715
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)815757871
Label
(In)Appropriate Online Behavior : a pragmatic analysis of message board relations, Jenny Arendholz, University of Augsburg
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [265]-279) and indexes
Contents
  • Cues-filtered-out approaches
  • Everything is not lost : the discovery of social potential within CMC;
  • Opposed findings of more recent approaches;
  • Compensatory mechanisms and netlingo
  • Summary : why CMC can be social after all
  • Communicating via networks II : a social perspective.
  • Introduction
  • Gathering online : in groups or communities?
  • Taking a look inside : the community of practice of the student room;
  • Social roles revisited : the hybridization of the private and public;
  • Introduction
  • The emergence of norms and codes of conduct
  • Summary : why we need to draw on FtF interaction
  • Interpersonal relations I : the origins of politeness, face & facework.
  • Introduction
  • Fraser, Lakoff and Leech : some classic views on politeness
  • The face-saving view : Brown/Levinson's politeness theory;
  • Key concepts and inner workings;
  • The predecessor : Goffman's classic approach;
  • Brown/Levinson vs. Goffman : some interrelations
  • Summary : what to keep and what to drop
  • Communicating via networks I : a technical perspective.
  • Interpersonal relations II : putting (im)politeness in an integrative perspective.
  • Introduction
  • A working definition of politeness
  • Locher/Watts' comprehensive framework of interpersonal relations
  • Impoliteness : the neglected stepbrother of politeness
  • Distinguishing types of inappropriate behavior : impoliteness vs. rudeness
  • Appropriate impoliteness : Mock-impoliteness and banter
  • Strings of inappropriate online behavior : Flaming
  • Summary : implications of an integrative perspective for the analysis
  • Prelude to the analysis : gathering contextual factors.
  • Introduction
  • Introduction
  • The participant : personal contextual factors;
  • Face Constitution in online message boards;
  • Trolling : a means of strategie deception
  • The relations : interpersonal contextual factors
  • The setting : (Extra- ) medial environmental factors
  • Summary : a comprehensive framework of context in message boards
  • Analyzing online message boards I : thread starts.
  • Introduction
  • Aspects of corpus compilation and its internal strueture
  • A short history of hypertext and the Internet
  • Establishing interpersonal relations online;
  • What's in a heading?;
  • The initiators : investigating thread starters' face claims;
  • Face claims in first posts;
  • Laying the groundwork for thread discussions : first entries
  • Other hotbeds for establishing contact : profiles and signatures
  • Summary : findings for the establishment of interpersonal relations
  • Analyzing online message boards II : thread interaction.
  • Introduction
  • Managing interpersonal relations online;
  • Scientific disciplines and hypertext : CMC & CMDA
  • Getting to know others;
  • Looking for like-minded others;
  • Asking for advice;
  • Asking for opinions;
  • Blowing off steam;
  • Offering advice/information
  • Summary : findings for the management of interpersonal relations
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Name index
  • In the Spotlight : the ins and outs of message boards
  • Subject index
  • Reservations against the social potential of CMC;
  • Technological determinism vs. social constructionism;
Control code
815757871
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
[xiii], 285 p.
Isbn
9789027256348
Isbn Type
(hb)
Lccn
2012041715
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)815757871

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