Conference on CMC and Social Media Corpora
cmc-corpora (https://cmc-corpora.org) is a series of yearly conferences established in 2013 and dedicated to the collection, annotation, processing, and analysis of corpora of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and social media.
The conferences bring together language-centered research on CMC and social media in linguistics, philologies, communication sciences, media, and social sciences with research questions from the fields of corpus and computational linguistics, language technology, text technology, and machine learning. The conferences feature research in which computational methods and tools are used for language-centered empirical analysis of CMC and social media phenomena as well as research on building, processing, annotating, representing, and exploiting CMC and social media corpora, including their integration in digital research infrastructures.
Papers accepted by the Scientific Committee and presented during the conference are included in the volume of conference proceedings published by members of the steering committee and the organizing committee of the respective conference.
The papers must report original, previously unpublished findings in the field. Papers are reviewed by at least two members of the international Scientific Committee, must pass their judgement, and need to incorporate the feed-back from this process. The single paper length may vary with the topical focus of the conference, but it is usually in the range of 3-8 pages. Please, refer to the specific conference for more details.