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Sum: Communication on the Internet

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Message 1: Sum: communication on the Internet

Date: Tue, 7 Jan 1997 17:44:57 +0000
From: Ingrid Kristine Hasund <Kristine.Hasundeng.uib.no>
Subject: Sum: communication on the Internet


In December 1996 I posted a query on LINGUIST about communication on
the Internet. Below is a summary of the references I got to books,
articles, and web-sites.

I wish to thank the following people who kindly replied to my posting:

Kirk McElhearn
Elke Hentschel
Ann Dizdar Nelson
Daniel Loehr
Sonja Launspach
James Pustejovsky
Diana A Kassabova
Suzanne K. Hilgendorf
Zuo Yan


Regards,
Kristine Hasund

Kristine Hasund
Research assistant
Dept. of English
University of Bergen
Sydnesplass 9
N-5007 Bergen, Norway

e-mail: Kristine.Hasundeng.uib.no
phone: +47 55 58 92 79
fax: +47 55 58 94 55
http://www.hd.uib.no/colt/


1. WEB-SITES

http://www.uni-frankfurt.de/gnomic/netze.html (a collection of books
and articles on CMC)

http://engserve.tamu.edu/pers/grad/dizdar/prelims.html (Ann Dizdar
Nelson's abstract and bibliography on CMC)

http://www.december.com/cmc/mag/1996/mar/ed.html (CMC magazine,
special issue on women and gender online)

http://www.cs.brandeis.edu/~jamesp/books/webspeech.html (I could not
find this site, but according to James Pustejovsky, it contains a
short description of his work on Language in Cyberspace, published by
MIT Press)


2. LITERATURE

-Please note that this is not a completely updated list. Some of the
works listed as "forthcoming" may now be published.

Baym, N. 1995. From practice to culture on Usenet. The culture of
computing, ed. by S. Star, 29-52. Oxford: Blackwell.

Baym, N. 1995. The emergence of community in computer-mediated
communication. Cybersociety, ed. by S. Jones, 138-163. Thousand Oaks:
Sage.

Boyle, E., A. Anderson & A. Newlands. 1994. The effects of visibility
on dialogue and performance in a cooperative problem solving
task. Language & Speech 37, (1), 1-20.

Burgoon, J. et al. 1989. Nonverbal communication: the unspoken
dialogue. New York.

Collot, M. and N.Belmore. 1993. Electronic language: a new variety of
English.Papers from the Thirteenth International Conference on English
Language Research on Computerized Corpora, Nijmegen 1992, ed. by
J. Aarts, P. de Hoaan and N. Oostdijk, Rodopi, 41-55.

Du Bartell, D. 1994. Language and technological media: Devising
parameters for the relationships between speech and writing. Writing
vs speaking: Language, text, discourse, communication. Tuebingen:
Gunter Narr Verlag.

Du Bartell, D. 1995. Discourse features of computer-mediated
communication: 'spoken-like' and 'written-like'. Organization in
discourse: Proceedings from the Turku conference, ed. by B. Warvik,
S-K. Tanskanen & R. Hiltunen. University of Turku, Finland: Anglicana
Turkuensia 14, 231- 239.

Eklundh, K. 1994. Electronic mail as a medium for dialogue. Functional
communication quality, ed. by L. Waes, E. Wondstra and P. v. d. Hoven,
162-173. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Ferrara, K. et al. 1991. Interactive writtten discourse as an emergent
register. Written communication 8. 1. 8-34.

Frohlich, D. et al. 1994. Management of repair in human-computer
interaction. Human-Computer Interaction 9. 385-425.

Gray, S. (ed.) 1993. Hypertext and the Technology of Conversation,
Westport, CN: Greenwood Press.

Herring, S. (forthcoming). Politeness in computer culture: why women
thankand men flame. Communicating across cultures: proceedings of the
Third Berkeley Women and Language Conference, ed. by Bucholtz and
Sutton. Berkeley: Berkeley Women and Language Group

Herring, S. (forthcoming). Posting in a different voice: gender and
ethics incomputer-mediated communication. Philosophical approaches to
computer-mediated communication, ed. by C. Ess. Albany: SUNY Press .

Herring, S. 1992. Participation in electronic discourse in a
'feminist' field." Locating power: proceedings of the Second Berkeley
Women and Language Conference, ed. by K. Hall, M. Bucholtz, and
B. Moonwomon. Berkeley: Berkeley Women and Language Group, 250-262.

Herring, S. 1993. Gender and democracy in computer-mediated
communication. Electronic Journal of Communication 3.

Herring, S., D. Johnson, T. DiBenedetto. 1995. 'This discussion is
going too far!': male resistance to female participation on the
Internet. Gender articulated: language and the socially constructed
self, ed. by K. Hall & M. Bucholtz. New York: London. 67-120.

Jones, S. (ed.) 1995. Cybersociety: computer-mediated communication
and community. London: Sage Publications.

Kendon, A. 1992. The negotiation of context in face-to-face
interaction. Rethinking context: language as an interactive
phenomenon, ed. by A. Duranti and C. Goodwin, 323-352. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press.

Lea, M. (ed.) 1992. Contexts of computer-mediated communication. New
York: Harverster Wheatsheaf.

Murray, D. (ed.) 1991. Conversation or action: the computer terminal
as medium of communication, . Amsterdam: John Benjamins.Reid, E. 1991.
Electropolis: communication and community on internet relay
chat. Univ. Melbourne: Honours Thesis.

Rudy, I. 1996. A critical review of research on electronic
mail. European Journal of Information Systems, 4, pp. 198-213

Severinsson Eklundh, K. 1986: Dialogue processes in computer mediated
communication: a study of letters in the COM system. Link=F6ping
Studies in Arts and Science 6. Malm=F6.

Star, S. (ed.) 1995. The culture of computing. Oxford: Blackwell.

Thimbleby, H. 1996. Internet, Discourse and Interaction
Potential. APCHI '96 human factors of IT: enhancing productivity and
quality of life. Singapore, 25 - 28 June 1996.

Turkle, Sherry. 1995.Life on the screen: identity in the age of the
Internet. London: Simon and Schuster.

Walther, J. and J. Borgoon. 1992. Relational communication in
computer- mediated communication. Human communication research,
19. 1. 50-88.
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