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Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication
MULTIPLES - Research Centre for Multilingual Practices and Language Learning in Society
Projects as PhD researcher
Normativity or creativity? The use and perception of non-standard language features in consumer and corporate comments on social media.
Most recent publications
Seghers, Mathias, et al. “How Effective Is Expressive? Consumer Perceptions of New Vernacular Features in Facebook Webcare Responses.”
, vol. 272, 2022, doi:10.1016/j.lingua.2022.103310.
Seghers, Mathias, et al. “When Form Deviates from the Norm : Attitudes towards Old and New Vernacular Features and Their Impact on the Perceived Credibility and Usefulness of Facebook Consumer Reviews.”
, vol. 87, 2021, doi:10.1016/j.langsci.2021.101413.
Seghers, Mathias, et al. “Mapping the Spread of Dutch Non-Standard Language Use on Corporate Facebook Pages : A Corpus-Based Analysis of Service-Oriented Interaction.”
NEDERLANDSE TAALKUNDE (GRONINGEN)
, vol. 26, no. 3, 2021, pp. 363–99, doi:10.5117/nedtaa2021.3.003.segh.
Seghers, Mathias. “The Impact of Non-Standard Language on the Perceived Credibility and Usefulness of Facebook Reviews : A Closer Look at Old and New Vernacular Features.”
Sociolinguistics Circle 2021, Abstracts
Seghers, Mathias. “The Impact of Non-Standard Language in Consumer-Company Interactions on Corporate Facebook Pages : Laying the Foundations.”
International Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive And Social Pragmatics, 9th, Abstracts