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Discourse in the Digital Age

Social Media, Power and Society

Gebonden Engels 2023 9781032292724
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This collection makes the case for existing critical discourse analysis theory and methods to meaningfully engage with the new communicative parameters, power dynamics, and technological affordances of contemporary digital spaces.

The volume lends a critical focus on discursive practices operating through the paradigm of social media communication, arguing that the critical discourse social media research must go beyond the notion of the simple analysis of social media data. The volume features chapters highlighting a diverse range of methods, including multi-sited ethnography, multimodality, argumentation, and topic modelling, as applied to a global range of case studies to present a holistic portrait of the latest methodological and theoretical debates in this space.

The book demonstrates the ways in which questions of identity run through these conversations and their subsequent re-shaping of existing societal discourse. In so doing, the collection advocates for a new tradition in critical discourse research, one which is rigorous in accounting for both solid discursive frameworks and the evolving complexity of digital platforms, to fully make sense of contemporary digital practices on the participatory web and advance the field forward.

This book will be of interest to students and scholars in critical discourse studies, digital communication, media studies, and anthropology.


Aantal pagina's:288


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List of Contributors

Chapter 1: Discourse in the Digital Age: A Critical Introduction - Eleonora Esposito and Majid KhosraviNik,

Part 1: Digital Discourses: Ethical and Interdisciplinary Reflections
Chapter 2: Towards the Ethical Use of Digital Data in CDS: Challenges and Opportunities - Jessica Aiston
Chapter 3: Introducing Discourse-Driven Text Mining: a novel method to critically analyse discourses on Twitter - Lorella Viola

Part 2: Digital Discourses of Misogyny and Gender-based Violence
Chapter 4: The Reddit manosphere as a text and place: a three-part analysis Alexandra Krendel
Chapter 5: Discourses of Public Breastfeeding on Russophone Social Media: A Discursive-Material Analysis of VKontakte Discussions - Kseniia Semykina and Oksana Dorofeeva

Part 3: Digital Discourses of Hate and Discrimination
Chapter 6: Reject Rohingya and Send Them Back!’: Digital Discourses of Nationalism and Xenophobia in the time of Pandemic Siti Nurnadilla Mohamad Jamil
Chapter 7: Subtle hate speech and the recontextualisation of antisemitism online: Analysing argumentation on Facebook - Dimitris Serafis and Salomi Boukala

Part 4: Digital Discourses of Counter-hegemony and Protest
Chapter 8: From participatory politics to fan activism: Digital discursive practices during the Chilean student mobilizations - Camila Cárdenas-Neira
Chapter 9: Analysing digital discourses of the #EndMaleGuardianshipSystem campaign in Saudi Arabia: a focus on YouTube and News Media - Nouf Alotaibi

Part 5: Digital Discourses of Power, Knowledge, and Legitimisation
Chapter 10: The disruption of power asymmetry in online medical consultations in China: A social media critical discourse studies approach - Yu Zhang
Chapter 11: Legitimising Change: Digital Journalism Discourse and Social Media Communication Philippa Smith and Helen Sissons
Chapter 12: Wikipedia discourse about social media – Facebook between community and corporation - Susanne Kopf

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