Pasqualina Sorrentino's research while affiliated with Georg-August-Universität Göttingen and other places

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Prominent among the social developments that the web 2.0 has facilitated is digital social reading (DSR): on many platforms there are functionalities for creating book reviews, ‘inline’ commenting on book texts, online story writing (often in the form of fanfiction), informal book discussions, book vlogs, and more. In this article, we argue that DS...
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Prominent among the social developments that the web 2.0 has facilitated is digital social reading (DSR): on many platforms there are functionalities for creating book reviews, 'inline' commenting on book texts, online story writing (often in the form of fanfiction), informal book discussions, book vlogs, and more. In this article we argue that DSR...

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... Reception is socially constructed, made up of interwoven interpretations and conventions situated in a given sociocultural context. A discussion forum provides a context for 'digital social reading' (Rebora et al., 2021;Rehberg Sedo, 2011;Rowberry, 2016;Swann & Allington, 2009). As in reading groups and book clubs, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics, cultural authorities, and politeness may influence reader responses (ibid.). ...
... We used this protocol because it reduces the bias and improves the quality (Moher et al., 2009). Young individuals in this study refer to social media users aged over 13 and below 24 years old (Ferreira, 2012;Lian et al., 2014;Mbuthia et al., 2018;Rebora et al., 2019). It is also worth mentioning that some of the studies we reviewed included a more comprehensive range of users age 11-25. ...