Hi folks! A couple of weeks ago, we had a call for participants from a researcher conducting a study out of Bellevue College, and we just got word that the survey deadline has been extended, so we’re passing that along!
Interested in online sociolinguistics in fandom? Then have we got the survey for you! We were contacted by a researcher at Bellevue College, who asked about boosting their study, so we’re passing this along. The study is about sociolinguistics in
Like users of other Chinese websites, Jinjiang readers and authors share among themselves an unique „Web language” (Zhou 2000). They often use initials of pinyin spellings, Arabic numbers, emoticons, words from other languagesl or Chinese characters of similar pronouncitation to
One of my linguistics professors became interested in Fandom Pairing Name Blends after I told him about it, so I had to write about them for his seminar. I based that paper on a writing by Cara DiGirolamo. They identify