Internet Pragmatics

Online-first articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

13 May 2024

Being sensible is now a radical concept I LOVE that quote haha: Quotations in political speeches and user comments
Anita Fetzer | 31 pp.

4 March 2024

“I’m only half Korean but I can relate to a lot of what you said” YouTube comments as second stories in response to “lunchbox moment” narrative videos
Hanwool Choe and Cynthia Gordon | 28 pp.

15 February 2024

Flirting and winking in Tinder chats: Emoji, ambiguity, and sequential actions
Will Gibson | 23 pp.

6 February 2024

Humorous but hateful: Linguistic impoliteness and visual dysphemism in anti-Muslim memes
Thulfiqar H. Altahmazi | 30 pp.

9 January 2024

Bonjour la famille! Linguistic strategies for relationship maintenance in African online communities
Carmen Pérez-Sabater and Ginette Maguelouk-Moffo | 28 pp.

3 January 2024

Online public denunciation as recursive social practice
Michael Haugh | 31 pp.

22 December 2023

“Facebook’s about to know, Karen” Mobilising social media to sanction public conduct
Linda Walz, Jack B. Joyce and Natalie Flint | 24 pp.

20 July 2023

Psychophysiological effects of evaluative language use on Twitter complaints and compliments
Nicolas Ruytenbeek, Jens Allaert and Marie-Anne Vanderhasselt | 26 pp.

30 May 2023

How to get more views: An analysis of metadiscoursal and discoursal linguistic cues in Arabic clickbait headlines
Mohammed Nahar Al-Ali, Meera B. Sahawneh and Safaa M. Hamzeh | 26 pp.