Face Work and Social Media (Sammelband)


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Herausgeber

Kristina Bedijs Gudrun Bachleitner-Held Christiane Maaß

Verlag
LIT
Stadt
Berlin, Münster, Wien, Zürich, London
Publikationsdatum
2014
Reihe
Hildesheimer Beiträge zur Medienforschung 2
Weiterführender Link
http://www.lit-verlag.de/isbn/3-643-90435-5
ISBN
978-3-643-90435-5 ( im KVK suchen )
Thematik nach Sprachen
Italienisch, Spanisch, Französisch
Disziplin(en)
Medien-/Kulturwissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaft
Schlagwörter
Internet, Pragmatik, Social Media, Face Work, Politeness

Exposé

On platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, on message boards, in blogs and commentaries, in short: in the Social Media, users interact as if they knew each other personally. Malicious verbal behaviour is found next to clapping and kissing emoticons, both indicative of users’ relational work strategies. This book presents seventeen papers on face work in Social Media – theoretical reflections as well as corpus-based studies – thus opening the way to rethink linguistic pragmatics in computer-mediated communication.

Inhalt

Kristina Bedijs – Gudrun Held – Christiane Maaß: Introduction: Face Work and Social Media

Part I: THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON FACE AND IDENTITY IN SOCIAL MEDIA

Gudrun Held:
Figura… or Face? Reflections on Two Sociopragmatic Key Concepts in the Light of a Recent Media Conflict Between Italians and Germans and Its Negotiation in Italian Internet Forums

Claus Ehrhardt:
Politeness and Face Work in German Forum Communication

Uta Fröhlich:
Reflections on the Psychological Terms Self and Identity in Relation to the Concept of Face for the Analysis of Online Forum Communication

Part II: CONSTRUCTION OF GROUP IDENTITY IN SOCIAL MEDIA

Kristina Bedijs:
Shared Face and Face-Enhancing Behaviour in Social Media: Commenting on the Spanish Goalkeeper’s Tears on YouTube

Miriam A. Locher – Brook Bolander:
Relational Work and the Display of Multilingualism in Two Facebook Groups

Daria Dayter – Sofia Rüdiger:
Speak Your Mind, but Watch Your Mouth: Complaints in CouchSurfing References

Jenny Arendholz:
“You sound very talented” – Negotiating Face in Online Message Boards

Part III: FACE THREATENING AND FACE FLATTERING IN ONLINE COMMUNICATION

Christiane Maaß:
On the Markedness of Communication on Online Message Boards as Part of a Perception-Oriented Politeness Approach

Verena Thaler:
Negative Evaluation and Face Work in French and Italian Online Comments

Uta Helfrich:
Face Work and Flaming in Social Media

Bettina Kluge:
The Collaborative Construction of an Outsider as a Troll in the Blogosphere of Latin American Immigrants to Quebec, Canada

Nadine Rentel:
Linguistic Strategies for the Realisation of Face Work in Italian Tweets

Part IV: FACE IN EXPERTS AND LAYPEOPLE COMMUNICATION IN SOCIAL MEDIA

Martina Schrader-Kniffki:
Subject Emergence, Self-Presentation, and Epistemic Struggle in French Language Forums

Melanie Kunkel:
Impoliteness in the Negotiation of Expert Status: Folk Linguistic Debates in a French Online Forum

Gesa Linnemann – Benjamin Brummernhenrich – Regina Jucks:
A Matter of Politeness? On the Role of Face-Threatening Acts in Online Tutoring

Beatrix Kreß:
“Hofnarr” and “Bürgerschreck” vs. “kamir-batir” and “barakobamas”: Face Work Strategies and Stylising in Russian and German Online Discussion Forums


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Ersteller des Eintrags
Kristina Bedijs
Erstellungsdatum
Dienstag, 10. März 2015, 18:03 Uhr
Letzte Änderung
Freitag, 13. März 2015, 12:58 Uhr