Web Advertising

New forms of communication on the Internet

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This book examines new forms of communication that have emerged through the interactive capabilities of the Internet, in particular online advertising and web advertisements. It develops a new model of online communication, incorporating mass communication and interpersonal communication. Interactive mass communication redefines the roles of online communication partners who are confronted with a higher degree of complexity in terms of hypertextual information units. In web advertising, this new aspect of interactivity is linguistically reflected in different types of personal address forms, directives, and "trigger words". This study also analyzes the different strategies of persuasion with which web ads try to initiate their activation.

Web Advertising provides essential information on the language of web advertisements for academics, researchers and students in the fields of hypertext-linguistics, advertising, communication and media studies.

[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 131]  2004.  xiv, 230 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
Table of figures
1. Introduction
1–8
2. Traditional Advertising
9–41
3. Online Advertising
43–81
4. Communication
83–120
5. The language of web ads
121–158
6. Hyperadvertising
159–190
7. Summary and Conclusion
191–199
Notes
201–209
References
211–221
Index
223–227
“Janoschka's book takes us on a journey into the net culture and helps us understand the structure and organization of this new form of advertising.”
Web Advertising narrowly defines its purpose and goes deeper than the latest craze; providing principles upon which scholars and professionals can build.”
“This book has many merits. It offers a useful tool of analysis of textuality on the Web. Even though it focuses on one type of texts only, web ads, by a contrastive and similarity approach it makes useful connections with other types of textuality, both traditional, e.g. printed, and non-traditional, such as emails or chats.”
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Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Linguistics

Pragmatics
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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