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Mediated Communication Theory 192.354 Class 3 September 14, 2010
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Does Technology Change our Everyday Life and the Way We Communicate with Others? Interaction in Face-to-face (F2F) vs. Mediated environments Media environments have gradually come to replace many face to face contexts in which interpersonal interaction occur media environments change the way(s) we interact Three models of communication Linear Interactional transactional
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Models of Communication Linear Sender --------- receiver Unidirectional, information that is being transmitted from one source to another source Interactional – Sender -------- receiver feedback Transactional Sender/receiver ------------- receiver/sender
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Differences between F2F and Mediated communication the channels are different, there are more cues for F2F such as body language
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