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    题名: EFL reviewers’ emoticon use in asynchronous computer-mediated peer response
    作者: Carrie Yea-huey Chang
    关键词: Emoticons;computer-mediated communication;asynchronous;peer response;EFL;hedging;friendship-marker
    日期: 2016-06-01
    上传时间: 2016-08-15
    出版者: Elsevier Ltd
    摘要: This classroom research described CMC users’ employment of text-based emoticons in asynchronous web-based peer responses in an EFL college English writing class, to better understand how learners behave in such a face-threatening and task-oriented act (i.e. peer response). A total of 104 peer reviews produced by 13 English majors in Taiwan were analyzed. Among the 90 text-based emoticons produced, the most utilized was the smiley face. Although students attached emoticons to their criticisms, emoticons were more often employed in positive (80%) than negative (20%) contexts. Emoticons were also used as a friendship marker by some users. Individual difference in emoticon use, nevertheless, varied greatly. Findings showed that in asynchronous text-based peer response, emoticons served several purposes, depending on the contexts they occurred in: to express affections, to reduce the formality of peer response, to punctuate sentences, to hedge statements or to mark friendship.
    關聯: Computers and Composition 40, pp.1-18
    DOI: 10.1016/j.compcom.2016.03.008
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