Miller, Carolyn R. and Dawn Shepherd
"Blogging as Social Action: A Genre Analysis of the Weblog"
June 01, 2004
From intro: "Our aim in this genre analysis of the blog is to explore the emergent culture of the early 21st century — as revealed by the self-organized communities that support blogging, the recurrent rhetorical exigences that arise there, and the rhetorical roles (or "subject positions") they support and make possible."
Related metablog posts: Notes on Miller's "Blogging as Social Action"
Miller, Carolyn R. and Dawn Shepherd. "Blogging as Social Action: A Genre Analysis of the Weblog
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Labels: blogosphere, Carolyn Miller, Dawn Shepherd, genres, identity, social aspects
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