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Blog

A website to which a person or persons may regularly post journal entries or commentaries. A blog may be a personal diary, a collaboration concentrating on a theme or nearly anything in between. Most blogs allow readers to comment on each entry. Some blogs attract large followings and are monetized through advertisements and in other ways. As of 2007, there were more than 100 million blogs worldwide.
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One of the technological environments that is used to improve the writing skill are weblogs. Weblogs are the internet websites with html extensions that, one or more webloggers' posts are loaded and, aligned in chronological order (Ferdig & Trammell, 2004 Li & Chignel, 2010).
Additionally, Du and Wagner (2007) mention that individual weblogs have the nature that reinforces taking responsibility and the opportunity to compare the weblog writings.
The purpose of this article is to gain a deeper understanding of the linguistic dimension of corporate blogs, the technological influences and social norms related to blogging practices, the ambiguous nature of the communicative space of the weblog, the potential impact of blogging on academic writing performance, the social norms of blog readers' behavior, and the effect of blogs in the development of L2 academic writing.
The detailed review of literature on application of blogging was presented in our previous article which described our research into using weblogs for improving learners' writing skills (Kavaliauskiene, Anusiene and Mazeikiene 2006).
A primeira parte e referente ao levantamento, identificacao e classificacao dos weblogs e das comunidades do orkut, que apresentam assuntos relacionados a psicopatologias, com objetivo de evidenciar a existencia de um repertorio de materiais que podem ser utilizados como recursos de aprendizagem na disciplina Psicologia Medica.
The term "weblog" (later shortened to blog) was coined by Jorn Barger in December 1997.
Weblogs bring differences in use, application and intention to the reflective process when contrasted with more traditional paper reflective journals.
Talking of weblogs, there's been even more introspection recently after prominent blogger Kathy Sierra was subjected to abusive treatment by anonymous "stalkers" online.
Whereas weblogs went largely unnoticed and their influence underestimated by the government for some years in their infant phase, the authorities seem to devote a good portion of their time now to the analysis and restriction of weblogs and to the intimidation of bloggers.
Blog Finder searches for weblogs that most often post using the keywords you submit.