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According to Herring and Zelenkauskaite (2008, p.75), “[l]ittle empirical research has investigated gender differences encoded through non-standard spelling in any mode of CMC.” To our knowledge, no research has focused on gender differences in the orthographic representation of the phonetic variants of SJA consonants in CMC.
In particular, this study aims to answer the following research questions: RQ1: What are the graphemic variants of /q/, /ð/, /D/, and /θ/ in JC?
It is expected that answering these questions will lead to an understanding of why SJA phonemes are orthographically represented as they are in JC and to what extent these representations convey features of the chatters’ social identity, particularly that related to dialect and gender.
The writing system used in Standard Arabic is entirely different from that of languages that use the Latin orthographic system, such as that used in English.
If the dialectal variation that is found in SJA is evident in JC, this can be taken as evidence that chatters using JC are able to encode the “fine details” of their spoken varieties in the orthographic representation of these varieties while chatting on the Internet.
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