Volume 5, Issue 1
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Building on our own research (Kersten and Lotze 20182020Lotze and Kersten in pressunder review) as well as other work in this area (Bechar-Israeli 1995Stommel 2007Lindholm 2013Aleksiejuk 2016a2016b), this article will discuss the pragmatics of (self-)naming practices online and how they contribute to identity construction and face-work (Bedijs, Held and Maaß 2014Seargeant and Tagg 2014). Drawing on the data collected, both existing and analysed as part of a wider study of usernames across 14 languages (Schlobinski and Siever 2018a), the use and function of anthroponyms and other names in online contexts are explored. Furthermore, we endeavour to situate both onomastic and sociolinguistic research in the field of digitally-mediated interaction (DMI) and in the field of pragmatics in general.


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