Class11 - Mediated Communication Theory 192:354 Class 11 Optional Presentation Title Family and(New Technology What is the role of technology or

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Mediated Communication Theory 192:354 Class 11 October 19, 2010
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Family and (New) Technology What is the role of technology, or media, in family life? Does it strengthen, or weaken the family as a system?. ..depends on the historical context During the 1930’s-1950’s: media as bringing family members closer Listen to the radio/watch tv together as a family activity Toward the 21 century-today: media as pushing family members away from each other
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Optional Presentation Title Unit Name Technology and Family Life A double-edged sword for family communication – can be a good thing and a bad thing. You can use the new technology to communicate in new ways with family members. At the same time, the time spent on technology replaces time spent with family members Families live in media saturated homes – multiple tvs, cell phones, video games, internet…affects the way(s) you communicate with your family Family communication
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course COMM 394 taught by Professor Estlein during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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Class11 - Mediated Communication Theory 192:354 Class 11 Optional Presentation Title Family and(New Technology What is the role of technology or

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