• (a cura di) Massimiliano Demata Università degli Studi di Torino
  • (a cura di) Dermot Heaney Università degli Studi di Milano
  • (a cura di) Susan C. Herring Indiana University, Bloomington




Language and Discourse in Social Media: New Challenges, New Approaches.

by Massimiliano Demata, Dermot Heaney and Susan C. Herring


TEXTS BY: Michael S. Boyd, Paola Catenaccio, Michelangelo Conoscenti, Giuliana Elena Garzone, Ilaria Moschini, Anna Franca Plastina, Alessandra Rizzo, Marianna Lya Zummo


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Biografie autore

(a cura di) Massimiliano Demata, Università degli Studi di Torino

Massimiliano Demata is Associate Professor of English Linguistics at the Department of Culture, Politics and Society of the University of Turin. He was a Fulbright Research Scholar at Yale University (1999) and Indiana University (2014). In 2008 he published his monograph, Representations of War and Terrorism. The Ideology and Language of George W. Bush. He has published extensively on American and British political discourse, computer-mediated communication, and translation and ideology. His current research focuses on social media and populist language in the context of American politics.

(a cura di) Dermot Heaney, Università degli Studi di Milano

Dermot Heaney is currently a tenured researcher in Translation and English Language and Linguistics at the Università degli Studi in Milan. His recent research interests and publications lie mainly in the fields of L2 translation pedagogy, particularly conventional metaphor, multilingualism in sports media interactions, CMC in sports journalism, and discursive identity construction, particularly in the sphere of sport.

(a cura di) Susan C. Herring, Indiana University, Bloomington

Susan C. Herring is Professor of Information Science and Linguistics and Director of the Center for Computer-Mediated Communication at Indiana University Bloomington. Since 1991, she has devoted her career to researching structural, pragmatic, interactional, and social phenomena in communication mediated by digital technologies, and she is the founder of the Computer-Mediated Discourse Analysis paradigm. A past editor of the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, she currently edits the journal Language@Internet. Her recent research focuses on multimodal CMC and communication mediated by telepresence robots.





Come citare

Massimiliano Demata, (a cura di), (a cura di) Dermot Heaney, e (a cura di) Susan C. Herring. 2018. «Editorial». Altre Modernità, ottobre, I-X. https://doi.org/10.13130/2035-7680/10734.



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