As características dominantes da linguística da internet

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https://doi.org/10.29051/el.v7i00.15954

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Discurso eletrônico, Comunicação eletrônica, Língua estrangeira

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Esta investigação visa as características linguísticas modernas da Internet, realizando análises linguísticas utilizando estatísticas descritivas dos estudantes no ensino à distância. Uma análise linguística descobriu que a maioria dos estudantes utilizava características lexicais, ortográficas, paralinguísticas, e gráficas quando comunicavam numa sala de aula online. Um total de 452 mensagens, contendo um corpus de 6.340 palavras, foram analisadas e verificou-se que apenas 23,72% do corpus total foi encontrado com características léxicas, ortográficas, paralinguísticas e gráficas no Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 22,63% na Universidade de Stanford, 21,78% na Universidade de Harvard, 24,58% no Instituto de Tecnologia da Califórnia e 22,76% na Universidade de Oxford.

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Biografia do Autor

Valentyna Zaiets, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University – (BGKU), Kyiv – Kyiv Oblast

Candidata a Ciências Pedagógicas, Professora Assistente, Instituto de Filologia.

Nataliia Zadorizhna, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (TSNUK), Kyiv – Kyiv Oblast

Doutorado em Filologia Inglesa, Professora Associada, Departamento de Filologia Inglesa e Comunicação Intercultural.

Iryna Ilchenko, Zaporizhzhia National University (ZNU), Zaporizhzhia – Zaporizhzhia Oblast

Candidata a Ciências Filológicas, Professora Associada, Faculdade de Filologia, Departamento de Língua Ucraniana.

Svitlana Sablina, Zaporizhzhia National University (ZNU), Zaporizhzhia – Zaporizhzhia Oblast

Candidata a Ciências Filológicas, Professora Associada, Faculdade de Filologia, Departamento de Língua Ucraniana.

Hanna Udovichenko, Donetsk National University of Economics and Trade named after Mykhailo Tuhan-Baranovskyi (DonNUET), Kryvyi Rih – Dnipropetrovsk Oblast

Professora associada, Doutora em Pedagogia, Departamento de Filologia Estrangeira, Estudos Ucranianos e Disciplinas Sociais e Baixas.

Liudmyla Zahorodnia, Oleksandr Dovzhenko Hlukhiv National Pedagogical University (HNPU), Hlukhiv – Sumy Oblast

Chefe da Pedagogia Pré-Escolar e Diretora de Psicologia, Doutora em Ciências Pedagógicas, Professora Assistente da Faculdade de Educação Pré-Escolar.

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17/12/2021

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ZAIETS, V.; ZADORIZHNA, N.; ILCHENKO, I.; SABLINA, S.; UDOVICHENKO, H.; ZAHORODNIA, L. As características dominantes da linguística da internet. Revista EntreLinguas, Araraquara, v. 7, n. 00, p. e021115, 2021. DOI: 10.29051/el.v7i00.15954. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/entrelinguas/article/view/15954. Acesso em: 28 jun. 2022.

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