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  • noun linguistics, philosophy The quality of being addressive, of engaging in communication for the sake of one's interlocutor

Etymologies

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addressive +‎ -ity

Examples

  • I actually have an example of a six person conversation over several turns that I was involved in where the participants used both topicality and addressivity in order to indicate that they were part of the conversation.

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  • Originally the symbol for addressivity was user-produced.

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  • In particular, they consider the function of the @/(at) sign as a marker of addressivity.

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  • These conversations are facilitated in large measure by the use of the (at) sign as a marker of addressivity, as most of you probably know.

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  • Examples of this in CMCMC are innovation of addressivity markers, development of 3rd party clients to access and view messages, and redundant posting strategies. 4.

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