Russian New Media Users’ Reaction to a Meteor Explosion in Chelyabinsk: Twitter versus YouTube

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Bibliographic note

Dr N Rulyova has been examining post-Soviet Russian media and new media for the last decade. In her recent work on new media, she has drawn on the theories developed in rhetorical genre studies.


Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEmerging Genres in New Media Environments
EditorsCarolyn R. Miller, Ashley R. Kelly
Publication statusPublished - 2017


  • New Media, Youtube video , Twitter , tweets , Russia , Chelyabinsk , meteorite , Bakhtin , primary speech genres , secondary speech genres , technological devices , dashboard cameras , mobile phone , iPhone , smart phone , discourse , mode , identity , masculine gender , swearing , anti-language , sub-cultural groups , regional dialect , global genres , local discourse , domestication , new media platform , ‘fail’ genre , popular culture , jokes , news reports , written language , spoken language