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Title: Sprachverwendung in der Chat-Kommunikation
Subtitle: Eine diachrone Untersuchung französischsprachigerLogfiles aus dem Internet Relay Chat
Written By: Esther Strätz
URL: http://www.narr.de/details.php?catp=&p_id=16611
Series Title: ScriptOralia, Band 137
Description:

Die Untersuchung widmet sich der Sprachverwendung in der Chat-Kommunikation
aus einer diachronen Perspektive. Ausgangspunkt ist dabei die Frage, ob die
Sprachverwendung innerhalb der Kommunikationsform Chat in einem Zeitraum
von fünf Jahren signifikante Veränderungen erfahren hat. Zu diesem Zweck
werden in den Jahren 2003 und 2008 erhobene, der Diskursart ‚phatischer
Chat’ zuzuweisende Sprachdaten in Form französischsprachiger Logfiles aus
dem Internet Relay Chat (IRC) auf den Beschreibungsebenen Orthographie,
Syntax, Lexikon, Phonie und Graphie sowie hinsichtlich semiotischer
Sonderformen linguistisch ausgewertet und einander in diachroner
Perspektive gegenübergestellt.

Publication Year: 2010
Publisher: Narr Francke Attempto Verlag GmbH + Co. KG
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Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
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Format: Hardback
ISBN-13: 9783823366119
Pages: 207
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