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FRAMING ON TWITTER: HOW SAUDI ARABIANS INTERTEXTUALLY FRAME THE WOMEN2DRIVE CAMPAIGN
(Georgetown University, 2015)
This study uses Twitter posts as a new domain to explore the intersection of framing and intertextuality in computer-mediated communication. My dataset consists of Twitter posts by Saudi women activists in support of women's ...
Language alternation practices in Arabic-English online language learning exchanges: How translanguaging enriches interaction and creates involvement
(Georgetown University, 2021)
The meanings and uses of the terms codeswitching and translanguaging in relation to multilingual contexts have become increasingly hazy and contentious. This study empirically addresses this tension by examining video-based ...