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Intertextual media references as resources for managing frames, epistemics, and identity in conversation among friends
(Georgetown University, 2016)
Gordon (2009) has demonstrated that intertextuality (e.g., Bakhtin 1981, 1986; Kristeva 1986; Becker 1994; Hamilton 1996; Tannen 2007) and framing (e.g., Bateson 1972; Goffman 1974; Tannen & Wallat 1987/1993) are intrinsically ...
Responding (or not) on Facebook: A sociolinguistic study of Liking, Commenting, and other reactions to posts
(Georgetown University, 2015)
Although social-networking sites have become increasingly dialogic – with automated response buttons and spaces for comments available under almost every bit of content – the audience patterns and hearership norms that ...
Power and Solidarity in Moral, Affective, and Epistemic Positioning: Constructing Identities in Everyday Vietnamese Family Discourse
(Georgetown University, 2020)
Expanding scholarship on Vietnamese interaction (e.g., Luong, 1990; Sidnell and Shohet, 2013) and discursive identity construction in families (e.g., Tannen, Kendall, and Gordon, 2007), this study explores everyday ...