Emojis

Bai Q, Dan Q, Mu Z and Yang M, “A Systematic Review of Emoji: Current Research and Future Perspectives“, Front. Psychol., 2019, 10:2221. Abstract : A growing body of research explores emoji, which are visual symbols in computer mediated communication (CMC). In the 20 years since the first set of emoji was released, research on it has … Continued

Twitter and web archiving

Valérie Schafer, Gérome Truc, Romain Badouard, Lucien Castex and Francesca Musiani, “Paris and Nice terrorist attacks: Exploring Twitter and web archives”, Media, War & Conflict, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1177/1750635219839382 Abstract: The attacks suffered by France in January and November 2015, and then in the course of 2016, especially the Nice attack, provoked intense online activity both during … Continued

Emojis, affect and communication

Luke Star and Kate Crawford, “The Conservatism of Emoji: Work, Affect, and Communication”, Social Media + Society, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305115604853 Abstract: This piece examines emoji as conduits for affective labor in the social networks of informational capitalism. Emoji, ubiquitous digital images that can appear in text messages, emails, and social media chat platforms, are rich in … Continued

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