EJMAP | Some Ideas on Facts and no Facts within Media Language
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Some Ideas on Facts and no Facts within Media Language

Abstract:

The paper deals with the relationship between the media we consume and the language we use in everyday situations. There are some differences between our communication online and offline. The former tends to be more emotional, touchy, and personally or politically incorrect, whilst the latter is supposed to have a propensity for rationality. Nevertheless, contemporary media binds both these kinds of expression together. Today, emojis and emoticons express not only human emotions, but also their ideas.

 

Key words:

Media language, online communication, offline communication, fact, emotion.

 

 

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