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Emerging online genres: Travel-Vlogs

    Over the last decade YouTube has existed, vloggers have been finding new and exciting ways to enter your home and talk about themselves or specific topics. 2017 is shaping up to be the year of the travel vlog. This form of computer-mediated communication is strongly influenced by the use of monologues. To be regarded as a prosperous vlogger it is important to use linguistic content, manner of speaking, gestures and physical arrangements in an appropriate way.

    White paper: Travel Vlogs

    Biblographical references

    Hutchby, Ian; and Robin Wooffitt. 1998. Conversation analysis: Principles, practices, and applications. Cambridge: Polity.

    Mindt, Ilka. 2008. Appropriateness in discourse: The adjectives surprised and surprising in monologue and dialogue. Journal of Pragmatics 40 (9). 1503-1520.

    Frobenius, Maximiliane. 2014. Audience Design in Monologues: How Vloggers Involve Their Viewers. Journal of Pragmatics, 2014. 59-72.

     
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    » Prototypical Example for a Travel Vlog
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