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Assignment - Imagined Audience & Context Collapse

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essay on context collapse and imagined audiences in relation to tweets from malcolm turnbull and bill shorten

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It enables them to position themselves through the construction of their tweets for an imagined audience with whom reside from a variety of contexts. This essay will focus on the way the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the opposition leader Bill Shorten compose their tweets in order to communicate their sentiments and create connections with their imagined audience. Social media is a highly prevalent stream of communication in today’s society. It gives us the freedom to communicate about any topic with an array of people whom one may have no existing connection with (Zappavinga 2011, p800). The highly public and varied Twitter domain also gi...
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