Chapter published in:
The Pragmatics of Adaptability
Edited by N. Daniel Silva and Jacob L. Mey
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 319] 2021
► pp. 235258
References

References

Banyai, Maria, and Troy D. Glover
2011 “Evaluating Research Methods on Travel Blogs.” Journal of Travel Research 51 (3): 267–277. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Baym, Nancy K.
1995 “The Emergence of On-Line Community.” In Cybersociety 2.0: Revisiting Computer-mediated Communication and Community, ed. by Steve Jones, 35–68. Thousand Oaks: Sage. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Benigno, Vincenza, and Guglielmo Trentin
2000 “The Evaluation of Online Courses.” International Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 16 (3), 259–270. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Blood, Rebeca
2000 “Weblogs: A History and Perspective, Rebecca’s Pocket.” 07 September 2000. Accessed September 13, 2014, http://​www​.rebeccablood​.net​/essays​/weblog​_history​.html
2002The Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your Blog. Cambridge MA: Perseus PublishingGoogle Scholar
Bolander, Brook
2012 “Disagreements and Agreements in Personal/Diary Blogs: A Closer Look at Responsiveness.” Journal of Pragmatics 44: 1607–1622. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Burstall, Janet
2000 “Learning Communities for Social Change in Forums on the Web.” Australian Journal of Adult Learning 40 (1): 33–52.Google Scholar
Castells, Manuel
2003The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Chu, Samuel K. W., Carol K. K. Chan, and Agnes F. Y. Tiwari
2012 “Using Blogs to Support Learning During Internship.” Computers and Education 58: 989–100. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cooper, Linda W.
2001 “A comparison of online and traditional computer applications classes.” T.H.E. Journal 28: 52–58.Google Scholar
Crystal, David
2001Language and the Internet. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Deng, Liping, and Allan H. K. Yuen
2011 “Towards a Framework for Educational Affordances of Blogs.” Computers and Education 56 (2): 441–451. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Di Blasio, Paola, and Luca Milani
2008 “Computer-Mediated Communication and Persuasion: Peripheral vs. Central Route to Opinion Shift.” Computers in Human Behavior 24: 798–815. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Efimova, Lilia; and Aldo de Moor
2005“Beyond Personal Webpublishing: An Exploratory Study of Conversational Blogging Practices.HICSS ’05: Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, 107a. Crossref, accessed 29 October 2020.Google Scholar
Gladkova, Anna, and Jesús Romero-Trillo
2014 “Ain’t it beautiful? The conceptualization of Beauty from an Ethnopragmatic Perspective.” Journal of Pragmatics 60: 140–159. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Goddard, Cliff, and Anna Wierzbicka
2014Words and Meanings: Lexical Semantics Across Domains, Languages, and Cultures. Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hara, Noriko, Curtis Bonk, and Charoula Angeli
2000“Content Analysis of Online Discussion in an Applied Educational Psychology.” Instructional Science 28:115-152. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Herring, Susan C.
1996 “Two Variants of an Electronic Message Schema.” In Computer-Mediated Communication: Linguistic, Social, and Cross-Cultural Perspectives, ed. by Susan C. Herring, 81–106. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2007 “A faceted classification scheme for computer-mediated discourse.” Language at Internet 4. Accessed October 15, 2014, http://​www​.languageatinternet​.org​/articles​/2007​/761.Google Scholar
2010 “Who’s Got the Floor in Computer-Mediated Conversation? Edelsky’s Gender Patterns Revisited.” Language at Internet 7. Accessed November 2, 2014, http://​www​.languageatinternet​.org​/articles​/2010​/2857Google Scholar
Herring, Susan C., Lois Ann Scheidt, Sabrina Bonus, and Elijah Wright
2004 “Bridging the Gap: a Genre Analysis of Weblogs.” Proceedings of the 37th Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-37). Los Alamitos: IEEE Computer Society Press. Accessed June 21, 2014, http://​ella​.slis​.indiana​.edu​/~herring​/herring​.scheidt​.2004​.pdf. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ho, Chia-Huan, and Karen Swan
2007 “Evaluating Online Conversation in an Asynchronous Learning Environment: An Application of Grice’s Cooperative Principle.” The internet and Higher Education 10: 3–14. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kay, Robin H.
2006 “Developing a Comprehensive Metric for Assessing Discussion Board Effectiveness.” British Journal of Educational Technology 37 (5): 761–783. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kleinke, Sonja, and Birte Bös
2015 “Intergroup Rudeness and the Metapragmatics of its Negotiation in Online Discussion ForaPragmatics 25 (1): 47–71. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kling, Rob
1996 “Synergies and Competition Between Life Iin Cyberspace and Face-To-Face Communities.” Social Science Computer Review 14 (1): 50–54. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kolko, Beth, and Elizabeth Reid
1998 “Dissolution and Fragmentation: Problems in On-Line Communities.” In Cybersociety 2.0: Revisiting Computer-mediated Communication and Community, ed. by Steven G. Jones, 212–229. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Langellier, Kristin M., and Eric Peterson
2004Storytelling in Daily Life: Performing Narrative. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.Google Scholar
Lee, Kwang-Ho, and Sunghyup Sean Hyun
2015 “A Model of Behavioral Intentions to Follow Online Travel Advice Based on Social and Emotional Loneliness Scales in the Context of Online Travel Communities: The Moderating Role of Emotional Expressivity.” Tourism Management 48: 426–438. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Litvin, Stephen W., Ronald E. Goldsmith, and Bing Pan
2008 “Electronic word-of-mouth in hospitality and tourism management.” Tourism Management 29: 458–468. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mey, Jacob L.
2006 “Adaptability in Human-Computer Interaction.” In Concise Encyclopedia of Pragmatics (2nd edition, ed. by Jacob Mey, 7–13. Oxford: Elsevier. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Meyer, Katrina A.
2003 “Face-To-Face versus Threaded Discussions: The Role of Time and Higher-Order Thinking.” Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks 7 (3): 55–65.Google Scholar
Murray, Denise E.
1995Knowledge Machine: Language and Information in a Technological Society. New York: Longman.Google Scholar
Paccagnella, Luciano
1998 “Language, Network Centrality, and Response to Crisis in Online Life: A Case Study on the Italian Cyber-Punk Computer Conference.” The Information Society 14: 117–135. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Pennebaker, James W., and Martha E. Francis
1996 “Cognitive, Emotional and Language Processes in Disclosure.” Cognition and Emotion 10: 601–626. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Peterson, Eric E.
2011 “How Conversational Are Weblogs?Language at Internet, 8. Accessed October 15, 2014, http://​www​.languageatinternet​.org​/articles​/2011​/Peterson.
Pfeil, Ulrike, and Panayiotis Zaphiris
2009 “Investigating Social Network Patterns Within an Empathic Online Community.” Computers in Human Behavior 25 (5): 1139–1155. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Pühringer, Stephan, and Andrew Taylor
2008 “A Practitioner’s Report on Blogs as Potential Sources for Destination Marketing Intelligence.” Journal of Vacation Marketing 14 (2): 177–87. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rifkin, Jeremy
2000The Age of Access: The New Culture of Hypercapitalism, Where all of Life Is a Paid-For Experience. New York: Jeremy P.Tarcher/Putnam Books.Google Scholar
Robertson, Judy
2011 “The Educational Affordances of Blogs for Self-Directed Learning.” Computers and Education 57: 1628–1644. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Romero-Trillo, Jesús, and Tíscar Espigares
2012 “The Cognitive Representation of Natural Landscapes in Language.” Pragmatics and Cognition 20: 168–185. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Romero-Trillo, Jesús, and Violeta Fuentes
2014 “What Is Pretty Cannot Be Beautiful? Corpus-Based Analysis of the Aesthetics of Nature.” In Papers dedicated to Jacques Moeschler, ed. by Blochowiak Joanna, Cristina Grisot, Stephanie Durrleman-Tame, and Christopher Laenzlinger, 1–19. Genève: Université de GenèveGoogle Scholar
Sykes, Julie M.
2005 “Synchronous CMC and Pragmatic Development: Effects of Oral and Written Chat.” CALICO Journal 22 (3): 399–431. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Tausczik, Yla R., and James W. Pennebaker
2010 “The Psychological Meaning of Words. LIWC and Computerised Text Analysis Methods.” Journal of Language and Social Psychology 29: 24–54. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Virtanen, Tuija
2013 “Mock Performatives in Online Discussion Boards: Toward a Discourse-Pragmatic Model of Computer-Mediated Communication” In Discourse 2.0: Language and New Media, ed. by Deborah Tannen and Anna MarieTrester, 155–166. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.Google Scholar
Wang, Youcheng, and Daniel R. Fesenmaier
2004 “Towards Understanding Members’ General Participation in and Active Contribution to an Online Travel Community.” Tourism Management 25 (6): 709–722. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wierzbicka, Anna
1993 “Reading Human Faces: Emotion Components and Universal Semantics.” Pragmatics and Cognition 1 (1): 1–23. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wilson, E. Vance
2003 “Perceived Effectiveness of Interpersonal Persuasion Strategies in Computer-Mediated Communication.” Computers in Human Behavior 19: 537–552. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Yus Ramos, Francisco
2012Cyberpragmatics 2.0. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.Google Scholar
Zaphiris, Panayiotis, and Rifaht Sarwar
2006 “Trends, Similarities and Differences in the Usage of Teen and Senior Public Online Newsgroups.” ACM Transactions on Computer–Human Interaction (TOCHI) 13 (3): 403–422. CrossrefGoogle Scholar