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lol cats and online discourse

A quick look at the way an online community creates particular discursive features
by

Peter Kittle

on 4 January 2014

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Transcript of lol cats and online discourse

LOLcats
An Exercise in Genre ...
Genre is more than what's traditionally taught:
Fiction
Poetry
Drama
Nonfiction
Genre can be much more inclusive
Think of genre as a written form ...
... for a particular audience ...
... that has specific expectations ...
... composed by a writer ...
...under specific circumstances ...
Your turn: with a partner, write
captions for these images:
The following texts, for instance,
can be thought of as a genre:
The LOLcat discourse spreads ...
Fail ...
Here's another thing
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