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Gender Differences in Instant Messaging - Quantitative Analysis of Linguistic Characteristics

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Published by VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gender Studies,
  • Language & Linguistics,
  • Linguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics,
  • Social Science : Gender Studies,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12980212M
    ISBN 103836427745
    ISBN 109783836427746


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Gender Differences in Instant Messaging - Quantitative Analysis of Linguistic Characteristics by Robert N. Yale Download PDF EPUB FB2

Holmes, ). If we hope to understand potential gender-based differences in instant messaging conversations, it behooves us to understand how gender distinctions work in off-line language.

Gender analysis of IM is further complicated by the fact that IM (like other forms of CMC) is arguably based on both spoken and written ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf.

Topics: Speech Communication, IM, instant messaging, LIWC, Linguistic Inquiry Word Count, gender differences in communication, dyadic communication, CMC, computer   that reveal gender article concludes by examining the extent to which IM conversational behavior reflects or diverges from gender-based language patterns previously reported in spoken and traditional written venues.

INSTANT MESSAGING AS A FORM OF COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION Technologically, IM is a synchronous form of one-to This chapter examines the linguistic features of CMC in Hong Kong, based on a 70,word corpus of email and ICQ messages collected mainly from undergraduate students whose first language is The quantitative analysis showed a statistically significant difference in the use of interactional metadiscourse by male and female presenters.

However, the qualitative analysis helped the authors to identify more similarities than differences. In point of fact, such factors as academic status and nativeness had caused the speakers to use Our analysis of the function of the text message, as labeled by the participant themselves, contrasted with surveys on text messaging (e.g., Lenhart et al., ) and other naturalistic studies (Thurlow & Brown, ).

In our dataset, messages used to make arrangements and get information were overrepresented compared to those sent to build social characteristics of the user.

In a number of studies, researchers have used this metadata to examine the social conditioning of an orthographic feature in relation to its spoken language counterpart. A case in point is Eisenstein's () analysis of orthographic coda deletion in Twitter.

Examining million tweets from million users,   This two-part special issue of [email protected] is devoted to the theme of “Computer-Mediated Conversation,” with a focus on textual exchanges carried out via email, instant messaging, real-time chat protocols, asynchronous discussion forums, Web pages, and the like.

Although the word ‘conversation’ invokes the spoken word, and voice communication such as Skype and other forms of   Chapter 9: Textual Analysis I. Introduction A. Textual analysis is the method communication researchers use to describe and interpret the characteristics of a recorded or visual message.

The purpose of textual analysis is to describe the content, structure, and ~afinn/html/teaching/courses/f03_comm/fbk_chapters/pdf. Adopting a strictly linguistic perspective on emoticons, this study seeks to situate their analysis within the area of emotive communication. In essence, emotive communication is the display of an affective stance, which Ochs defines as "a mood, attitude, feeling, and disposition, as well as degrees of emotional intensity vis-à-vis some focus of concern" (, p.

persona. A quantitative analysis study on the differences of emoji usage on Twitter by gender and race is presented. Our experiments use the timelines of a set of up to 40, Twitter users from four different locations that are manually labelled for gender and race.

Our observations show that there are clear differences in the emoji used by males   Introduction. The social sciences have entered the age of data science, leveraging the unprecedented sources of written language that social media afford –.Through media such as Facebook and Twitter, used regularly by more than 1/7 th of the world's population, variation in mood has been tracked diurnally and across seasons, used to predict the stock market, and leveraged to estimate   blogging, texting, tweeting, Instant messaging, e-mailing, or posting in a social networking site such as Facebook (see Figure ).

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION TAKES TWO First, let’s consider the quantitative aspects of our interpersonal interactions. The fact that interpersonal communication takes two people means that it is ://   and articles in English.

Argamon et al. () also identified several linguistic properties characterizing gender differences on the use of written language. For instance, the use of more pronouns is an indicative of the written language among females whereas the use of 1. Introduction. Text messaging (texting for short) has become a ubiquitous means of electronic communication.

According to a large scale survey conducted in the United States by the Pew Research Center’ Internet and American Life Project, 75% of 12–year-olds own cell phones, 72% of all adolescents (88% of cell phone users) use text messaging regularly, and 54% contact friends daily via   book, to explore the social, linguistic and literacy consequences of living in an online and mobile world, gender differences across modalities to set up the results of a study of IM language conducted in addressing attitudes towards usage and a comparative linguistic analysis of text messaging.

The first, a questionnaire-based   quality, persuasion, and performance. The quantitative results combined with conversation analysis suggest that the groups viewed the task differently—AA pairs as an exercise in situation-specific compromise; CC as consensus-reaching.

Cultural differences were reduced but not eliminated in   Gender differences in language use: An analysis of 14, text samples. Discourse Processes, 45, Women and men use langauge differently and talk about different things.

Women use words that reflect social concerns; men refer to more concrete objects and impersonal ://   Media richness theory, sometimes referred to as information richness theory or MRT, is a framework used to describe a communication medium's ability to reproduce the information sent over was introduced by Richard L.

Daft and Robert H. Lengel in as an extension of information processing theory. MRT is used to rank and evaluate the richness of certain communication media, Multivariate analysis shows gender differences at the mediation level and that necessity-driven motives are an influencing factor, more so in males, and it hampers the significance of subjective :// Considering the great impact that Japanese print media has had over Japanese women's speech patterns throughout history, a linguistic analysis of female characters' speech patterns in shojo and ladies manga may reveal the kinds of representations of language and gender in manga and how these representations may affect Japanese women's gender /shojo-and-adult-women-a-linguistic-analysis-of-gender.

Over the past fifteen years, the Internet has triggered a boom in research on human behavior. As growing numbers of people interact on a regular basis in chat rooms, web forums, listservs, email, instant messaging environments and the like, social scientists, marketers, and educators look to their behavior in an effort to understand the nature of computer-mediated communication and how it can   A Meta-Analysis of Gender Differences in Consumer Behavior (10/23/) A comparison of gender differences in demographics, media and product consumption (data source: TGI Mexico) The Prospect of Being Unemployed in Latin America (11/03/) Latin Americans worry about losing their jobs (data source: Los Medios y Mercados de Latinoamérica)   Communication accommodation theory (CAT) is a theory of communication developed by Howard theory concerns "(1) the behavioral changes that people make to attune their communication to their partner, (2) the extent to which people perceive their partner as appropriately attuning to them." Baron NS.

See you online: Gender issues in college student use of instant messaging. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. ; – Beck AT, Steer RA, Brown GK.

Manual for the Beck Depression Inventory–II. Psychological Corporation; San Antonio, TX: Berndt TJ. Friends' influence on students' adjustment to ://   Gender differences in the social motivation and friendship experiences of autistic and non-autistic adolescents.

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46 (4), – doi: /s CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar   Communication and information technology allows for bullying to occur anywhere – while youth are at school, at home or in the community.

Cyberbullying refers to the use of information and communication technologies (email, cell phones, pager text messages, internet sites, instant messaging) to physically threaten, verbally harass or socially exclude an individual or ://   Research on the differences in self-presentation on social media sites among ethnoracial groups involved a combination of interviews, focus groups, and quantitative content analysis of Facebook profiles of African American, Latino, Indian, and Vietnamese ancestry students (Grasmuck, Martin, & The main idea of LingPy is to provide a software package which, on the one hand, integrates different methods for data analysis in quantitative historical linguistics within a single framework, and, on the other hand, serves as an interface for the preparation and analysis of linguistic ?WRAbbrev=Software.

Several researchers, furthermore, integrated flow theory with other theoretical streams. As an example, Lu et al. [] combined the technology acceptance model (TAM) and flow theory, and evidenced the importance of extrinsic, as well as intrinsic motivations, in instant messaging (IM) researchers found that IM users desire fun and an enjoyable flow experience, in addition to a The data in this study is drawn from a nationally representative sample of students ranging from third to twelfth grades, and, like the others, is compiled from a survey that relies on self-reporting and the questions that the researchers think to ask about.

8 For example, they did not think to ask about instant messaging, but results from the mobile phone usage on academic performance among secondary school student in Jalingo, Taraba State, Nigeria. The sample for the study was respondents selected from the total population of 6, respondents.

Stratified sampling technique was employed to select the sample. The Mobile Phone Usage Questionnaire (MPUQ) adapted from Twum (),   In recent years the use of new technologies in educational systems has increased worldwide as digital cameras, personal computers, scanners, and easy-to-use software have become available to educators to harness the digital world.

The impact of new technologies in educational contexts has been mostly positive as new technologies have given educators the opportunity to enhance their knowledge   1.

Introduction. In recent years, the weblog (or 'blog') has become a newer and important text type to emerge on the World Wide Web and is considered a 'genre' (see Herring et al. a).Incorporating multi-modalities - author's text, video, pictures, audio files, hypertextual links to other blogs - the blog has been gaining enormous popularity especially in the past few   Along the way, the authors note how textual analysis can unite the tribes of marketing.

While most marketing problems are interdisciplinary, the field is often fragmented. By involving skills and ideas from each of the subareas of marketing, text analysis has the potential to help unite the field with a common set of tools and :// The review of literature gave a clear idea on the use of social networking websites and the aim of the study was formulated to find the Impact of Social Networking Websites on the education of Youth and the objective is to find the trends in the Internet use by youth and to study the impact of social networking websites on the education of :// ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics is a refereed journal devoted to studies in the field of language acquisition in a multilingual society.

It is particularly interested in manuscripts reporting on studies that apply a multidisciplinary approach to research on second/foreign language acquisition of any language, mother tongue education, educational linguistics, computer This is the book that brought gender differences in ways of speaking to the forefront of public awareness.

With a rare combination of scientific insight and delightful, humorous writing, Tannen shows why women and men can walk away from the same conversation with This thesis reports a study using a corpus of text messages in English (CorTxt) to explore linguistic features which define texting as a language variety.

It focuses on how the language of texting, Txt, is shaped by texters actively fulfilling interpersonal goals. The thesis starts with an overview of the literature on texting, which indicates the need for thorough linguistic investigation of Political Communication Abstracts.

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In this review I propose that cultural evolution theory, including both a sophisticated view of human behavior and a methodological attitude to modeling and quantitative analysis, provides a useful framework to study the effects and the Gender and the Use of Exclamation Points in Computer-Mediated Communication: An Analysis of Exclamations Posted to Two Electronic Discussion Lists.

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