Sex chat extracts
The focus of this semantic topology is about the origin of these nicks.The author identifies seven main categories: 1) people using their real name, 2) self-related names, 3) names related to medium, technology and their nature, 4) names of flora, fauna or objects, 5) play on words and sounds, 6) names related to figures in literature, films, fairytales and famous people, and 7) names related to sex and provocation. She analyzed nicks on a British chat site with four chat forums and 12 chat rooms.In this section, approaches to classifications of chat nicknames and analyses of chat communication are presented.Basically, nicknames are proper nouns (Anderson 2007; Stommel 2007).
Each IRC network consists of a certain number of servers, which communicate over a well-defined open protocol.The following contribution addresses some questions as follows: This paper is structured as follows: Section 2 gives an overview of related work. In the next section, the results of the linguistic analysis of IRC nicknames are presented.The results of the discourse analysis are described in Section 5. Nicknames can be viewed from various aspects like psychology, sociology or linguistics (Morgan/O'Neill/Harré 1979; Reid 1991; Bechar-Israeli 1995).No nick occurs in the message "Hi all", although according to Rintel/Mulholland/Pittam (2001) "openings are an excellent starting point for investigating how interaction on IRC functions to instantiate and develop interpersonal relationships." Second, is not put in front of the message and followed by a colon.A word-by-word comparison between user list and each word of the message is necessary in order to find the receiver's nickname.