Internet Pragmatics

Online-First Articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet published in an issue.

28 April 2021

Anonymity and authenticity on the web: Towards a new framework in internet onomastics
Saskia Kersten and Netaya Lotze | 28 pp.

6 April 2021

Persuasive language and features of formality on the r/ChangeMyView subreddit
Daria Dayter and Thomas C. Messerli | 31 pp.

22 March 2021

Becoming #Instafamous: The analysis of (in)formality in self-presentation on Instagram
Dominika Kováčová | 26 pp.

17 March 2021

Multimodal strategies for balancing formality and informality: The role of kaomoji in online comment-reply interactions
Michiko Kaneyasu | 22 pp.

16 March 2021

Brutal spoons and cheesy gloves: The formal, the informal and the spoof cooking show on web stage
Susanne Mühleisen | 23 pp.

12 March 2021

Intimate consumptions: YouTube eating shows and the performance of informality
Sofia Rüdiger | 28 pp.

15 February 2021

Instagram and intermodal configurations of value: Ideology, aesthetics, and attitudinal stance in #avotoast posts
Michele Zappavigna and Andrew S. Ross | 30 pp.

15 July 2020

How and why people are impolite in danmu?
Jiayi Wang | 28 pp.

24 March 2020

More than playfulness: Emojis in the comments of a WeChat official account
Yiqiong Zhang, Min Wang and Ying Li | 25 pp.

17 February 2020

The construction of heterogeneous and fluid identities: Translanguaging on WeChat
Luyao Li and Jing Huang | 28 pp.

17 December 2019

Chronotopic (non)modernity in translocal mobile messaging among Chinese migrants in the UK
Agnieszka Lyons, Caroline Tagg and Rachel Hu | 29 pp.

16 October 2019

“The murderer is him ✓”: Multimodal humor in danmu video comments
Leticia Tian Zhang and Daniel Cassany | 23 pp.