Table of contents for The multilingual Internet : language, culture, and communication online / edited by Brenda Danet and Susan C. Herring.
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Chapter 1: Introduction: Welcome to the Multilingual Internet. Brenda Danet and Susan C. Herring
Part I: Writing Systems and the Internet
Chapter 2: "A Funky Language for Teenzz to Use:" Representing Gulf Arabic in Instant Messaging. David Palfreyman and Muhamed Al Khalil
Chapter 4: Neography: Unconventional Spelling in French SMS Text Messages. Jacques Anis
Chapter 5: "It's all Greeklish to me!:" Linguistic and Sociocultural Perspectives on Roman-alphabeted Greek in Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication. Theodora Tseliga
Chapter 6: Greeklish and Greekness: Trends and Discourses of "Glocalness". Dimitris Koutsogiannis and Bessie Mitsikopoulou
Chapter 7: Linguistic Innovations and Interactional Features of Japanese BBS Communication. Yukiko Nishimura
Chapter 8: Linguistic Features of Email and ICQ Instant Messaging in Hong Kong. Carmen K. M. Lee
Chapter 9: Can Machine Translation Enhance the Status of Catalan versus Spanish in Online Academic Forums?. Salvador Climent, Joaquim Mor'e, Antoni Oliver, M'iriam Salvatierra, Imma Sanchez, and Mariona Taule
Part III: Gender and Culture
Chapter 10: Gender and Turn Allocation in a Thai Chat Room. Siriporn Panyametheekul and Susan C. Herring
Chapter 11: Breaking Conversational Norms of a Portuguese Users Network: Men as Adjudicators of Politeness?. Sandi Michele de Oliveira
Chapter 12: Kaomoji and Expressivity in a Japanese Housewives' Chatroom. Hirofumi Katsuno and Christine Yano
Part IV: Language Choice and Code-Switiching
Chapter 13: Language Choice Online: Globalization and Identity in Egypt. Mark Warschauer, Ghada R. El Said, and Ayman Zohry
Chapter 14: Language Choice on a Swiss Mailing List. Mercedes Durham
Chapter 15: Language Choice and Code-Switching in German-Based Diasporic Web Forums. Jannis Androutsopoulos
Chapter 16: Anyone Speak Swedish? Tolerance for Language Shifting in Graphical Multi-User Virtual Environments. Ann-Sofie Axelsson, Asa Abelin, and Ralph Schroeder
Part V: Broader Perspectives: Language Diversity
Chapter 17: The European Union in Cyberspace: Democratic Participation via Online Multilingual Discussion Boards. Ruth Wodak and Scott Wright
Chapter 18: How Much Multilingualism? Language Diversity on the Internet. John C. Paolillo
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Communication -- Data processing.
Multilingualism -- Data processing.
Written communication -- Data processing.
Sociolinguistics -- Data processing.
Language and culture -- Data processing.