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Finding people and their utterances in social media

Wouter Weerkamp
2012 SIGIR Forum  
People and their utterances offer two natural entry points to information contained in social media: utterances that are relevant and people that are of interest.  ...  I focus on three tasks in which the interaction between the two is key. The first task concerns finding utterances in social media.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2215676.2215693 fatcat:kmt7fjjqlfaq7hrmt3xxwjsqai

Finding people and their utterances in social media

Wouter Weerkamp
2010 Proceeding of the 33rd international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '10  
People and their utterances offer two natural entry points to information contained in social media: utterances that are relevant and people that are of interest.  ...  I focus on three tasks in which the interaction between the two is key. The first task concerns finding utterances in social media.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1835449.1835691 dblp:conf/sigir/Weerkamp10 fatcat:rzfvt6am55ekvannmhee2hhfoq

Language and Emotion: The Communication Pattern on The Result of Central Jakarta Governor Election on Online Newspaper and Its Pedagogical Implications

Rahmawati Aprilanita
2018 International Journal of English Language Teaching  
tend to be bluntor mitigate in expressing their feeling on the results of central Jakarta governor election.  ...  The comments were from 74 people. The findings are generatedbased on quantitative calculation on the major verb used to express the feelings.  ...  Do people tend to be direct or indirect in expressing their feeling and opinion on social media? b. Why do people tend to be direct or indirect in expressing their feeling on social media?  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijelt.v5n1p35 fatcat:3zana7z7xjdrnoy5n6qrcy3jwa

Politeness in the Use of Language in Social Media

Oktiva Herry Chandra, T.R. Soeprobowati, B. Warsito, T. Triadi Putranto
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
The use of social media in communication changes the way people express the idea represented through their language.  ...  This study aims to seek for the form of communication patterns in social media and to reveal causes of specific pattern language usage found in media, especially in office domain.  ...  She also mentioned in her findings the use of emoticons, stickers and memes as media for constructing the self-identity of social media users. Methodologies This research is qualitative.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202131702027 fatcat:xmw7ghtndvcmviabvt2agkjp4e

Code Switching Used by Indonesian Celebrities in Social Media

Hernalia Citra Dewi
2021 DEIKSIS  
To find the most dominant type of them in Social-Media. This study investigates code switching used in Social Media.  ...  <p class="NoList1">People who are capable of speaking and writing two languages well arecalled "bilingual", they commonly switch a language to another in their communication, that is code switching.  ...  Complete information in the form of audio and visual we can find on social media YouTube.  ... 
doi:10.30998/deiksis.v13i3.8669 fatcat:b2ottl5vvzhe3eifzp54qxqzcu

Dear Professor, Be Careful with Those Tweets, OK? Academic Freedom and Social Media

Gloria C. Cox
2020 PS: Political Science and Politics  
Some institutions even monitor the social media postings of faculty members and act on such postings, openly criticizing and even disavowing or punishing them for their utterances.  ...  This article argues that the characteristics of social media and the concerns of academic institutions about their reputation have created an atmosphere that make extramural utterances more vulnerable  ...  Scholars are recognizing that social media is affecting government and society as users find their way to sites that support and augment their beliefs.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049096520000219 fatcat:txfluyrxsnet3dgef6vbst5oty

Hate Speech Used by Haters of Lady Gaga on Social Media

Indah Permata Sari Siahaan, Rahmadsyah Rangkuti, Rohani Ganie
2019 Nusa Jurnal Ilmu Bahasa dan Sastra  
This research investigates impolite utterances by haters of Lady Gaga on her instagram comments through pragmatic study. The object is to find out the types and functions of impoliteness strategies.  ...  The data were words, phrases and clauses. The sources of data were comments of Lady Gaga haters in a photo which posted on January 10th 2019 on her instagram account.  ...  The social media that mostly used and get response by many people is instagram.  ... 
doi:10.14710/nusa.14.4.573-582 fatcat:ptfo7hrdcjf4hh6ka57n6qmsqm

Identifying Code Mixing in the Social Media Conversation (Instagram and Whatsapp)

Tsamratul Aeni
2019 JEE (Journal of English Education)  
Those are 30 codes mixing in the form of word (46.9%); 28 codes mixing in the form of phrase insertion (43.8%); 5 codes mixing in hybrid insertion form (7.8%); and there is only 1 code mixing in the form  ...  This researcher aims to determine the types and dominant types of code mixing used by sixth semester students of English Language Education Study Program at Cokroaminoto Palopo University.  ...  or utterances used in status writing and chatting on social media.  ... 
doi:10.31327/jee.v4i2.1109 fatcat:baif6e2jpzcnzbstfzht425cvq

The Impact of Social Media on the Use of Code Mixing by Generation Z

Nafan Tarihoran, Eva Fachriyah, Tressyalina, Iin Ratna Sumirat
2022 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
The research also aims to highlight the contribution of social media in code-mixing and determine the reasons this generation uses English and Indonesian in social media.  ...  Data were collected through self-completed questionnaires and interviews. The results showed that the use of social media had an impact on code-mixing between Indonesian and English for Gen Z.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors are grateful to generation Z students and Universitas Serang Raya Banten for supporting this research.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v16i07.27659 fatcat:rndgv7qyxzg2hlmpw22zysevry

THE STUDY OF TABOO AND EUPHEMISM ON THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITAS PAMULANG

Haryati Safa
2020 Lire Journal  
words in social situation that leads politeness.  ...  Theoretically, the research finding would enrich the teachers' skills to introduce euphemism as a substitution to replace the use of taboo words in students' conversation and assist students to utter proper  ...  Females uttered bustard and bitch, and male uttered gay, slut, and cunt. Some researchers have conducted their studies to find out the relationship between gender and taboo words.  ... 
doi:10.33019/lire.v4i1.60 fatcat:667sc7ygtrdvnjvlodgvrtpame

UNEARTHING STUDENTS REALIZATION OF SPEECH ACT IN ASKING INFORMATION IN TELEPHONE CONVERSATION

Ida Zuraida Supri
2017 English Review: Journal of English Education  
Secondly, it seeks for the utterance patterns highly used by students in asking for information using Bahasa Indonesia. The study utilized a descriptive method.  ...  When calling to parents, casual utterances are significantly employed.  ...  Different applications of social media facilitate the flow of information. Unfortunately, there is still constraint in using those media in getting information.  ... 
doi:10.25134/erjee.v5i2.538 fatcat:r36ygko3cvc6vjxj3cpfoocw2m

Expressive Speech Has a Legal Impact on Social Media of Banyumas People

Sukirno, Astika Nurul Hidayah, Isnaeni Praptanti, Yurisca Caecarita, Hari Abdullah Rizal, Bayu Suta Wardianto
2022 Zenodo  
The research data is in the form of speech that contains elements of hate speech/ insults and defamation contained in social media used by the banyumas community.  ...  This study aims to describe the results of forensic linguistic analysis of speech that has the potential to have a legal impact derived from the social media of the Banyumas community.  ...  The speech made by the people of Banyumas through social media became an interesting topic to know and study on it.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6957513 fatcat:7bgoe266inebpplkx6ftpiw25a

THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN BANKS TO ENGENDER WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN ARAB COUNTRIES

Yusef Yakubi, B. Basuki, Rudi Purwono
2020 Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance  
inclusion in banks in Arab countries. 100 users of banks' social media were selected from 5 leading banks in 5 Arab countries and their interactive utterances were classified, analyzed and interpreted  ...  It is also found that Banks use social media to raise social and economic themes that support women in the region.  ...  An important part of their findings indicates that religious symbolism is reflected in the use of their social media platform by both the bank and the public.  ... 
doi:10.21098/jimf.v6i2.1107 fatcat:2npingdrzzhhvkvzh4kshtppti

Towards a Sociological Understanding of Social Media: Theorizing Twitter

Dhiraj Murthy
2012 Sociology  
Recently, the social media site has been prominently associated with social movements in Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, and Algeria.  ...  Rather than rush to breathlessly describe its novel role in shaping contemporary social movements, this article takes a step back and considers Twitter in historical and broad sociological terms.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Susan Bell, Andrea Drugan, and Pamela Ballinger and the two anonymous reviewers for their invaluable comments on earlier versions of this article. Notes  ... 
doi:10.1177/0038038511422553 fatcat:mjwu6ic6knes3bhletoigop3fe

Analyzing Speech Acts In The Pakistani Social Media Scenario: A Gender-Based Comparison

Anmol Ahmad, Fizza Farrukh
2019 Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies  
Directive and Assertive Acts frequently in their language used in Facebook and Twitter status updates.  ...  Data comprises of a thousand utterances accounted from selected social mediums.  ...  Significance of the Study This particular research study aids to understand how people use social media to express their personal experience, emotion, feelings.  ... 
doi:10.46568/pjgs.v15i1.126 fatcat:ulkm7psw25bp3ak6bad3sfbfi4
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