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ラウトレッジ版 言語とデジタル・コミュニケーション・ハンドブック

The Routledge Handbook of Language and Digital Communication

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(Routledge Handbooks in Applied Linguistics)

Georgakopoulou, Alexandra (EDT)   Spilioti, Tereza (EDT)

Routledge 2015/07
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367466459
eISBN: 9781317439295
KNPID: EY00054098
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Full Description

The Routledge Handbook of Language and Digital Communication provides a comprehensive, state of the art overview of language-focused research on digital communication, taking stock and registering the latest trends that set the agenda for future developments in this thriving and fast moving field. The contributors are all leading figures or established authorities in their areas, covering a wide range of topics and concerns in the following seven sections:

• Methods and Perspectives;

• Language Resources, Genres, and Discourses;

• Digital Literacies;

• Digital Communication in Public;

• Digital Selves and Online-Offline Lives;

• Communities, Networks, Relationships;

• New debates and Further directions.

This volume showcases critical syntheses of the established literature on key topics and issues and, at the same time, reflects upon and engages with cutting edge research and new directions for study (as emerging within social media). A wide range of languages are represented, from Japanese, Greek, German and Scandinavian languages, to computer-mediated Arabic, Chinese and African languages.

The Routledge Handbook of Language and Digital Communication will be an essential resource for advanced undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers within English language and linguistics, applied linguistics and media and communication studies.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Contributors

Editors’ Introduction

Section 1. Methods and Perspectives

    1. Approaches to language variation, Lars Hinrichs
    2. Network analysis, John Paolillo
    3. Digital ethnography, Piia Varis
    4. Multimodal analysis, Carey Jewitt

 

Section 2. Language Resources, Genres, and Discourses

    1. Digital genres and processes of remediation, Theresa Heyd
    2. Style, creativity and play, Yukiko Nishimura
    3. Multilingual resources and practices in digital communication, Carmen Lee
    4. Digital discourses: a critical perspective Tereza Spilioti

 

Section 3. Digital Literacies

    1. Digital media and literacy development, Michele Knobel & Colin Lankshear
    2. Vernacular literacy: orthography and literacy practices, Josh Iorio
    3. Texting and language learning, Clare Wood, Nenagh Kemp & Sam Waldron

 

Section 4. Digital Communication in Public

    1. Digital media in workplace interactions, Erika Darics
    2. Digital advertising, Helen Kelly-Holmes
    3. Corporate blogging and corporate social media, Cornelius Puschmann and Rebecca Hagelmoser
    4. Twitter: design, discourse, and the implications of public text, Lauren Squires

 

Section 5. Digital Selves and Online and Offline Lives

5.1. The role of the body and space in digital multimodality, Elizabeth Keating

5.2. Second Life: language and virtual identity, Ashraf Abdullah

5.3. Online multiplayer games, Lisa Newon

5.4. Relationality, friendship & identity in digital communication, Sage Lambert Graham

 

Section 6. Communities, Networks, Relationships

    1. Online communities and communities of practice, Jo Angouri
    2. Facebook and the discursive construction of the social network, Caroline Tagg & Philip Seargeant
    3. YouTube: language and discourse practices in participatory culture, Jannis Androutsopoulos and Jana Tereick
    4. Translocality, Samu Kytola

Section 7. New Debates and Further Directions

7.1. Social reading in a digital world, Naomi Baron

7.2. New frontiers in interactive multimodal communication, Susan Herring

7.3. Moving between the big and the small: identity and interaction in digital contexts, Ruth Page

7.4. Surveillance, Rodney Jones

7.5. Choose now! media, literacies, identities, politics Charles Ess