This Blog’s Bibliography

Here, you can find an alphabetical list of the references cited in the postings. If sources are available online, links are provided. In case any of the links does not work, please drop me a comment or email.

Baumer, Eric et al. (2008): Exploring the role of the reader in the activity of blogging.  Margaret Burnett (ed.): CHI 2008. The 26th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 5-10, 2008 in Florence, Italy. New York, N.Y: Association for Computing Machinery.

Brake, David (2007): Personal webloggers and their audiences. Who do they think they are talking to.

Brinker, Klaus (1983): “Textfunktionen. Ansätze zu ihrer Beschreibung.” Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 11, 127–148.

Brinker, Klaus (2000): “Textfunktionale Analyse.” Klaus Brinker, Gerd Antos, Wolfgang Heinemann, Sven F. Sager (eds.): Linguistics of Text and Conversation. An International Handbook of Contemporary Research. Mouton de Gruyter, 175–186.

Brinker, Klaus (2010): Linguistische Textanalyse. Eine Einführung in Grundbegriffe und Methoden. Berlin: E. Schmidt.

Brock, Alexander (2009): “Zur Variation komischer Textsorten – der Fall britischer Fernsehcomedies.” Friedrich Lenz (ed.): Schlüsselqualifikation Sprache. Anforderungen – Standards – Vermittlung. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 235–253.

Brock, Alexander (2010): “The Mighty Boosh – ein Comedyformat zwischen Muster und Variation.” Martin Luginbühl & Daniel Perrin (eds.): Muster und Variation. Medienlinguistische Perspektiven auf Textproduktion und Text. Bern [u.a.]: Peter Lang, 189-215.

Crowston, Kevin & Barbara Kwásnik (2005): Introduction to the special issue: Genres of digital documents. Information Technology & People 18 (2), 76–88.

Giltrow, Janet; Stein, Dieter (2009): “Genres in the Internet. Innovation, evolution, and genre theory.”  Janet Giltrow &Dieter Stein (eds.): Genres in the Internet. Issues in the theory of genre. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1–25.

Glaser, Barney G.; Holton, Judith (2004): “Remodeling Grounded Theory.” Forum: Qualitative Social Research 5 (2).

Lemke, Jay L. (1999): “Typology, Topology, Topography. Genre Semantics.”

Miller, Carolyn; Shepherd, Dawn (2004): “Blogging as Social Action. A Genre Analysis of the Weblog.” Laura Gurak, Smiljana Antonijevic et al. (eds.): Into the Blogosphere. Rhetoric, Community and Culture of Weblogs.

Nardi, Bonnie et al. (2004a): “Blogging as Social Activity, or, Would You Let 900 Million People Read Your Diary? ” Jim Herbsleb & Gary Olson (eds.): Proceedings of the 2004 ACM conference on Computer-supported Cooperative Work. CSCW ’04 Computer-supported Cooperative Work. Chicago, IL, 6. November bis 10. November. New York: ACM,  222–231.

Nardi, Bonnie et al. (2004b): “Why we blog.”

Puschmann, Cornelius (2009): “Diary or Megaphone? The pragmatic mode of weblogs.”

Puschmann, Cornelius (2010): The corporate blog as an emerging genre of computer-mediated communication. Features, constraints, discourse situation. Göttingen: Universitätsverlag Göttingen.

Reed, Adam (2005): “‘My Blog is Me’. Texts and Persons in UK Online Journal Culture (and Anthropology).” Ethnos 70 (2),  220–242.

Raithel, Jürgen (2008): Quantitative Forschung. Ein Praxiskurs. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften / GWV Fachverlage GmbH Wiesbaden.

Santini, Marina et al. (2011): “Riding the Rough Waves of Genre on the Web. Concepts and Research Questions.”  Alexander Mehler et al. (eds.): Genres on the Web. Computational Models and Empirical Studies. Dordrecht: Springer Science+Business Media B.V., 3–30.

Schmid, H. (1994): “Probabilistic Part-of-Speech Tagging Using Decision Trees.”  ftp://ftp.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/pub/corpora/tree-tagger1.pdf, accessed February 28, 2012.

Swales, John M. (1990): Genre analysis. English in academic and research settings. Cambridge: Cambridge University.

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