ЭМОЦИОНАЛЬНАЯ САМОПРЕЗЕНТАЦИЯ В WHATSAPP: АНАЛИЗ СТАТУСА ПРОФИЛЯ

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Самопрезентацию можно определить как процесс передачи собственного имиджа другим (Yang and Brown, 2015: 404). Она составляет важную часть коммуникации и активно изучается исследователями как в сфере непосредственного межличностного, так и он-лайн общения. Однако основные исследования он-лайн самопрезентации базируются на материале социальных сетей, блогов, чатов и т.д., в то время как другим способам коммуникации, например WhatsApp, уделяется меньше внимания, несмотря на их возрастающее влияние. Цель данного исследования - восстановить баланс путем анализа самопрезентации на WhatsApp, в особенности ее эмоциональной составляющей в профиле статуса. Для достижения этой цели был проанализирован корпус из 206 статусов WhatsApp на испанском языке. Результаты показывают, что существуют определенные шаблоны, различающиеся в зависимости от пола и возраста и играющие важную роль в выборе эмоций, которые пользователи решают показать в профиле статуса.

Кармен Маис-Аревало

cmaizare@filol.ucm.es
Мадридский университет Комплутенсе Av. Séneca, 2, 28040 Madrid, Испания

КАРМЕН МАИC-АРЕВАЛО - профессор прагматики и английского языка кафедры английского языка и лингвистики Мадридского университета Комплутенсе. Защитила докторскую диссертацию по английской лингвистике (2001 г.). Сфера ее основных интересов - прагматика и межкультурная прагматика, в частности, теория речевых актов и вербальная (не)вежливость в компьютерной коммуникации.

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