American/Canadian Stereotypes with Bryor Snefjella (Part 2)

Premiere DateDec 11, 2018
Categories Culture Politics Talk
00:00 Intro
00:47 Bryor Snefjella Preface
01:23 Implications of Study Findings
03:29 Twitter Ideal for Language Studies
05:18 More Informal Genre, More Differences Appear
07:32 Pop Culture Reinforcing Stereotypes
11:41 Similar Results with Dissimilar Samples?
14:28 Outro
14:49 Everybody Wants To Be Famous Superorganism
17:54 Finish

In Part 2, Bryor Snefjella discusses Twitter’s utility in language studies, pop culture reinforcing national stereotypes, and potential implications of his study’s findings.

Bryor Snefjella is a Ph.D student at McMaster University. Click here to read more about the study.

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