Volume 1, Issue 1 (2018)
2018. iii, 203 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins
Table of Contents
Introducing internet pragmaticsChaoqun Xie & Francisco Yus | pp. 1–12
How social is the internet? A pragmatic viewJacob L. Mey | pp. 13–28
“Our Chief Political Editor reads between the lines of the Chancellor’s Budget speech”: The strategic exploitation of conversational implicature in mediated political discourseAnita Fetzer | pp. 29–54
Crooked Hillary and Dumb Trump: The strategic use and effect of negative evaluations in US election campaign tweetsChristian R. Hoffmann | pp. 55–87
Tracking opinion convergence online: The effect of facial attractivenessMarina Terkourafi & Sarah Lord | pp. 88–112
Identity-related issues in meme communicationFrancisco Yus | pp. 113–133
Relational work in multimodal networked interactions on FacebookPatricia Bou-Franch & Pilar Garcés-Conejos Blitvich | pp. 134–160
Commenting on in-memoriam columns: Juggling with deliberative and epidictic normsElda Weizman | pp. 161–183
Self-praise online and offline: The hallmark speech act of social media?Daria Dayter | pp. 184–203
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