Additional bibliography for study
Androutsopoulos, J. (2008) Discourse-centred online ethnography. In Androutsopoulos, Jannis & Michael Beißwenger (eds.) Data and Methods in Computer-Mediated Discourse Analysis. Special Issue, Language@Internet 5 (2008). http://www.languageatinternet.de
Androutsopoulos, J. (2013) Networked multilingualism: Some language practices on Facebook and their implications. International Journal of Bilingualism.
Androutsopoulos, J. (2014) Computer-mediated Communication and Linguistic Landscapes. In J. Holmes & K. Hazen (eds.) Research Methods in Sociolinguistics: A Practical Guide, 74-90. Wiley-Blackwell
D’Arcy, Α. & Young, Τ.Μ. (2012). “Ethics and social media: Implications for sociolinguistics in the networked public. Journal of Sociolinguistics 16/4, 2012. 532-546
Lees, C. (contribution to edited volume in press) ‘Apo ton “ticho” tu Facebook sti scholiki taxi: i chrisi upokoristikon ke megethintikon stis psifiakes glossikes praktikes mathiton/trion gimnasiu kai protasis gia ti didaskalia tus’ [From the Facebook wall to the classroom: the use of diminutives and augmentatives in the digital language practices of secondary school pupils and proposals for their teaching] Kavala: Saita Publications
Lees, C., Politis, P. & Koutsogiannis, D. (forthcoming) “Roman-alphabeted Greek and Transliteration Practices in Social Media: A View from the Language Practices of Greek Secondary School Pupils on Facebook”. Journal of Greek Media and Culture
Leppänen, S. & Peuronen, S. (2012). Multilingualism on the Internet. In M. Martin-Jones, A. Blackledge & A. Creese (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Multilingualism. 384-402 Abingdon: Routledge
Sharma, B (2012) “Beyond social networking: performing global Englishes in Facebook by college youth in Nepal”. Journal of Sociolinguistics 16/4. 483-509
Soffer, O. (2010) “Silent Orality”: Toward a Conceptualization of the Digital Oral Feautures in CMC and SMS Texts. International Communication Association, Communication Theory 20. 387-404
Tseliga, Τ. (2007). “It’s all Greeklish to Me!” Linguistic and sociocultural perspectives on Roman-Alphabeted Greek in asynchronous computer-Mediated communication. In Danet, B. & Herring, S.C. (eds.), The Multilingual Internet: Language, Culture and Communication Online. 117-141: Oxford University Press.