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Language, Gender, and Internet Discussion Lists

Date Submitted: 12/27/2004 21:38:59
Category: / Social Sciences / Language & Speech
Length: 9 pages (2434 words)
Background: The area of study I am focusing on is Internet chatgroups. Specifically, I will be looking at whether the gender identifiers and trends studied in class hold up over computer-mediated communication (CMC). One Internet email discussion list was chosen for the study, SacRaves (sacraves@hyperreal.org). SacRaves is an asynchronous chatgroup, meaning it is a discussion list that does not exist in real-time (Crystal, 2001). Messages exist forever and responses can be made at any …
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