Social presence theory
Social presence theory (Short, et al., 1976) is a seminal theory of the social effects of
communication technology. Its main concern is with telephony and telephone conferencing
(the research was sponsored by the British Post Office
American History: Exploration and Settlement
Lesson Eight: Conflict and Cooperation
Conflicts and cooperation between the Native Americans,
Europeans, and Africans influenced life in America.
At first, Native Americans helped the colonist
BY: DANIELLE PITTER, ASHLYN JOHNSON, JULIANA
BARRETO AND PATRICIA THOMAS
In professional life, conflict may arise when a manager doesnt want to hear an
opinion of someone else
Even if its a good one!