Internet Pragmatics

Online-First Articles

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

28 August 2020

On the order of processing of humorous tweets with visual and verbal elements
María Simarro Vázquez, Nabiha El Khatib, Phillip Hamrick and Salvatore Attardo | 26 pp.

5 August 2020

Emojis and the performance of humour in everyday electronically-mediated conversation: A corpus study of WhatsApp chats
Agnese Sampietro | 24 pp.

31 July 2020

Humour in multimodal times: Insights from online interactions among senior users of a WhatsApp group
Olga Cruz-Moya and Alfonso Sánchez-Moya | 35 pp.

24 July 2020

Greek migrant jokes online: A diachronic-comparative study on racist humorous representations
Argiris Archakis and Villy Tsakona | 24 pp.
When humour backfires: How do WhatsApp users respond to humorous profile statuses as a self-presentation strategy?
Carmen Maíz Arévalo | 20 pp.

15 July 2020

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

8 July 2020

The internet and social media as a theme and channel of humor
Agnieszka Piskorska | 16 pp.

1 July 2020

Incongruity-resolution humorous strategies in image macro memes
Francisco Yus | 19 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.