Green Library. D39 Unknown. More options. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references pages and index. Live reporting An outline of quantitative findings Conclusion Bringing the findings together: In-group language and interpretive repertoires Implicitness in Twitter discourse Grammatical impliciteness Lexical implicitness Limitations of the study Revisiting the research questions Bringing the findings together : doing identity on Twitter The implications of the study Glossary of ballet terms References Index.
Summary This volume examines the language of microblogs drawing on the example of a group of eleven users who are united by their interest in ballet as a physical activity and an art form.
The book reports on a three and a half year study which complemented a 20, word corpus of tweets with semi-structured interviews and participant observation. It deals with two main questions: how users exploit the linguistic resources at their disposal to build a certain identity, and how the community boundaries are performed discursively. The focus is on the speech acts of self-praise and complaint, and on the storytelling practices of microbloggers. The comprehensive treatment of the speech act theory and the social psychological approaches to self-disclosure provides a stepping stone to the analysis of identity work, for which the users draw on two distinctive interpretive repertoires - affiliative and self-promoting.
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