Avatars R Us? Discourses of Community and Embodiment in Intercultural Cyberspace

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationIntercultural Communication - Business and the Internet: Papers from the Fifth Nordic Symposium on Intercultural Communication, 1998
    EditorsJens Allwood, Beatriz Dorriots
    Number of pages19
    Place of PublicationGothenburg, Sweden
    PublisherDepartment of linguistics, Göteborg University
    Publication date2001
    Pages129-147
    ISBN (Print)9197055840
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    SeriesPapers in Anthropological Linguistics
    Number27

    Keywords

    • Cyberspace
    • Remediation
    • Body
    • Identity
    • Virtual Reality

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    McIlvenny, P. (2001). Avatars R Us? Discourses of Community and Embodiment in Intercultural Cyberspace. In J. Allwood, & B. Dorriots (Eds.), Intercultural Communication - Business and the Internet: Papers from the Fifth Nordic Symposium on Intercultural Communication, 1998 (pp. 129-147). Gothenburg, Sweden: Department of linguistics, Göteborg University. Papers in Anthropological Linguistics, No. 27
    McIlvenny, Paul. / Avatars R Us? Discourses of Community and Embodiment in Intercultural Cyberspace. Intercultural Communication - Business and the Internet: Papers from the Fifth Nordic Symposium on Intercultural Communication, 1998. editor / Jens Allwood ; Beatriz Dorriots. Gothenburg, Sweden : Department of linguistics, Göteborg University, 2001. pp. 129-147 (Papers in Anthropological Linguistics; No. 27).
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    Avatars R Us? Discourses of Community and Embodiment in Intercultural Cyberspace. / McIlvenny, Paul.

    Intercultural Communication - Business and the Internet: Papers from the Fifth Nordic Symposium on Intercultural Communication, 1998. ed. / Jens Allwood; Beatriz Dorriots. Gothenburg, Sweden : Department of linguistics, Göteborg University, 2001. p. 129-147.

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    McIlvenny P. Avatars R Us? Discourses of Community and Embodiment in Intercultural Cyberspace. In Allwood J, Dorriots B, editors, Intercultural Communication - Business and the Internet: Papers from the Fifth Nordic Symposium on Intercultural Communication, 1998. Gothenburg, Sweden: Department of linguistics, Göteborg University. 2001. p. 129-147. (Papers in Anthropological Linguistics; No. 27).