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研究生:彭威鈴
研究生(外文):Wei-Ling Peng
論文名稱:台灣網路語言使用上的性別差異~以部落格為例
論文名稱(外文):Differences between Male’s and Female’s Usages of Internet Language in Taiwan —Case Study of Blogs.
指導教授:李子瑄李子瑄引用關係
指導教授(外文):Emmie Li
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:輔仁大學
系所名稱:語言學研究所
學門:人文學門
學類:語言學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2009
畢業學年度:97
語文別:中文
論文頁數:107
中文關鍵詞:書面語網路語言性別差異
外文關鍵詞:written forminternt languagegender differences
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摘要
由於以前的語言研究大多著重於口語的形式,所以此研究將重點放在書面語上。同時,現今新興的網路平台如雨後春筍般興起,像是BBS, MSN 以及本研究所探討的部落格。部落格已從單純的日記分享轉變成為一個供部落客資訊與心得分享的平台,所以本研究特別探討不同性別在資訊分享性質的部落格的文章書寫上,是否男女社會上的不平等也會反映到網路書寫的運用上,如果有此現象及其原因為何。
而本研究有以下六大發現:
第一,女性部落客會比男性部落客使用更多的表情符號。
第二,不論男性或女性部落客在分享資訊時都會使用新造詞或火星文。
第三,男性與女性部落客對於注音文都有負面的觀感,也不會使用注音文。
第四,女性會比男性部落客採用更多的括號策略。
第五,女性部落客在書寫時比較常使用語法轉換。最後,不管甚麼性別都認為與讀者的互動很重要。
根據此發現,我們了解女性會比男性部落客使用更多的網路語言。其背後的動機與原因根據訪談結果,推測是女性將部落格作為擴大她們社交圈,結交朋友與獲得正面回饋的一種工具。所以透過網路語言的使用,一方面可以使文章更加生動有趣,另一方面也拉近與讀者之間的距離。
Abstract
Most of the literature focused on the spoken form but very few attempts havebeen done to examine the written form. Therefore, the emphasis will be put on theonline writing styles of different gender. In this research, the inequality between men and women in society is also reflected in online writing style. Corresponding to the research questions, the following findings are concluded.
First, female bloggers use more emoticons when they share the information to the readers than male bloggers. Second, when the bloggers edit their articles, both male bloggers and female bloggers use a little textspeak in their writing. Third, male and female bloggers do not apply Zhuyin Symbols in their writing. Fourth, female
bloggers apply more the strategy of the brackets than males do. Fifth, female bloggers’ frequency of using code-switching is more often than male bloggers. Last,male and female bloggers take the interactions with readers into consideration seriously.
The findings show that female bloggers adopt more netspeak than males do because female bloggers think the blogs as a tool to improve their social relationships, making friends and receiving positive feedbacks. Therefore, they apply more internet languages to please their readers and to make the articles more interesting and
attractive.
Table of Content
CHAPTER ONE .......................................... 1
1.1 Research Background .............................. 1
1.2 Research Motivations .......................................... 3
1.3 Purpose of the Study ............................. 6
1.4 Research Questions ............................... 6
1.5 Research Hypotheses .............................. 7
1.6 Significance of the Study .........................9
1.7 Definitions of Terms...............................10
Chapter TWO .......................................... 12
2. 1 Gender Difference in Writing Style............... 12
2.1.1 The Former Studies ............................. 13
2.1.2 The Recent Studies of Online Writing ........... 15
2.2 The Internet Language (Netspeak) ................. 16
2.2.1 The Purposes of Using the Internet ............. 17
2.2.2 The Different Purposes of Using Blogs .......... 18
2.2.3 The Categories of Internet Languages ........... 20
2.2.3.1 Emoticons..................................... 20
2.2.3.2 Code-switching.................................22
2.2.3.3 Zhuyin Symbols.................................22
2.2.3.4 Strategy of Brackets...........................23
2.3 BLOG.............................................. 23
2.3.1 What is a weblog? .............................................. 23
2.3.2 Features of a Blog ............................. 26
2.3.3 Motivations for Using Weblogs .................. 29
CHAPTER THREE ........................................ 32
Overview ............................................. 32
3.1 Subjects.......................................... 32
3.2 Instruments and Procedures ....................... 36
3.3 Data Collection and Transcription ................ 38
3.4 Coding of Variables .............................. 38
3.5 Data Analysis .................................... 39
3.5.1 Content Analysis ............................... 39
3.5.2 Interview Method ............................................... 41
CHAPTER FOUR ................................................. 44
4.1 The Data of Internet Language .................... 44
4.1.1 The Data of Emoticons .......................... 45
4.1.2 The Data of Code-switching...................... 46
4.1.3 The Data of Zhuyin Symbols ..................... 49
4.1.4 The Data of the Strategy of Brackets ........... 50
4.2 Analysis of the Interview ........................ 54
4.2.1 Female Bloggers Use More Emoticons Than MaleBlogger............................................54
4.2.2 Both Male and Female Bloggers Apply Textspeak in Their Writing ........................................ 57
4.2.3. Both Male and Female Bloggers don’t Apply Zhuyin Symbols in Their Writing ............................. 59
4.2.4 The Frequency of Female Bloggers'Using the Strategy of Brackets is Higher thanThat of Male Bloggers....... 60
4.2.5 Female Bloggers’ frequency of Using Code-switching is higher than Male Bloggers...........................62
4.2.6 Both Male and Female Bloggers Take the Interactions with Readers into Consideration Seriously .............67
4.3 Summary .......................................... 67
CHAPTER FIVE ......................................... 80
CONCLUSION ........................................... 80
5.1 Major Findings of the Study .......................80
5.2 Implications and suggestions ......................82
5.3 The limit of the study ........................... 83
REFERENCES ........................................... 85
Appendix I ............................................93
Interview Questions .................................. 93
Appendix II .......................................... 95
The data of the bloggers’ internet language ..........95

List of Figures
FIGURE 1 THE PERCENTAGE OF LANGUAGE OF BLOGS IN 2006...4
FIGURE 2 THE GROWTH OF THE AMOUNTS OF BLOGS IN 2007....21
FIGURE 3 THE PROCEDURE OF RESEARCH ................... 33

List of Tables
TABLE 1 THE BACKGROUNDS OF THE INTERVIEWEE ........... 30
TABLE 2 THE FREQUENCY OF APPLYING INTERNET LANGUAGES OF BLOGGERS...............................................64
TABLE 3 THE HYPOTHESES AND THE RESULTS OF THE INTERVIEW. ........................................... 67
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