Comm 245 Final Review

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Comm 245 Final Review Synchronicity -The degree to which participants are online simultaneously and can exchange messages/info in real-time. Persistence -The degree to which information in the space remains. Sub-dimensions: evanescence and recordlessness, Anonymity -The degree to which the space reveals participant identities. Sub-dimensions: visibility, audibility, self-expression. Big 5 Traits: Neuroticism Extraversion Openness Agreeableness Conscientiousness Social Presence Theory (Short, Williams & Christie, 1976) greater bandwidth allows for more cues nonverbal cues make communicators more salient to each other thus, the greater the bandwidth, the greater the social presence Hypothesis : CMC will lead to decreased social presence and impoverished impression formation Reduced Social Context Cues (Sproull & Kiesler, 1986) focused on lack of nonverbal cues to express purpose, decorum, status and affect leads to focus on task and self, and hostile, disinhibited behavior Hypothesis
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