Category: 03. Literature

The Use of Literature on Web Linguistics and Usability

Whereas traditional literature on the fields of discourse analysis and text linguistics is – as one would have expected – very much at hand, useful literature (including online papers) on the particular concerns of Web linguistics are rare and ambiguous. Indeed, the topic is widely discussed among a variety of Web sites, but scientific standards, such as giving references or providing the information necessary for citing these publications, are often ignored . Therefore, I only used a few online papers for my discussion on Web linguistics. These however have been derived from reliable sources, as far as I can say.

2007-06-12 21:26 |

The Use of Literature on Classical Linguistics and Related Topics

As a company’s goals determine the discourse that the Web content must serve, I have approached linguistic questions from the perspective of discourse analysis. That is, I have studied the relationship between the language (Web texts) and the context in which it is used (i.e. e-commerce), following Book recommendation / advertisement: Buy this book at amazon.com/.co.uk/.de! McCarthy’s (1991) definition of discourse analysis.

2007-06-09 12:46 |

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2007-04-16 19:29 | ,

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