Networked Practices of Emotion and Stancetaking in Reactions to Mediatized Events and Crises
Special issues of Pragmatics 30:2 (2020)
[Pragmatics, 30:2] 2020. v, 134 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Networked practices of emotion and stancetaking in reactions to mediatized events and crisesKorina Giaxoglou and Marjut Johansson | pp. 169–178
Affectivity in the #jesuisCharlie Twitter discussionMarjut Johansson and Veronika Laippala | pp. 179–200
Any #JesuisIraq planned?: Claiming affective displays for forgotten placesBarbara De Cock and Andrea Pizarro Pedraza | pp. 201–221
Emotions through texts and images: A multimodal analysis of reactions to the Brexit vote on FlickrCatherine Bouko | pp. 222–246
“I can’t believe #Ziggy #Stardust died”: Stance, fan identities and multimodality in reactions to the death of David Bowie on InstagramDavid Matley | pp. 247–276
The shared story of #JeSuisAylan on Twitter: Story participation and stancetaking in visual small storiesKorina Giaxoglou and Tereza Spilioti | pp. 277–302