Communication Class 13

Communication Class 13 - Boundaries between reality and...

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Communication 101 Fall 2011 Class 13
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Media & Mediated Communication
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Communication Medium as a Tool
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As a tool for sending and receiving information
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As a tool to
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Information Age Information Overload Blurred boundaries (work/home) Information as Commodity
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Some Differences between F2F and Mediated communication Conditions of attendance (space) Characteristics of time
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Unformatted text preview: Boundaries between reality and virtuality Language and communication cues Media Characteristics Synchronous-Asynchronous Social Presence (low/high) Interactivity (low/high) Media Characteristics cont. Anonymity (low/high) Availability and accessibility Linguistic features...
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