computer-mediated communication


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computer-mediated communication

An umbrella term for people communicating with each other using computers, such as instant messaging (IM), chat and email. See instant messaging and chat.
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Keywords: teamwork, task virtuality, colocated teams, computer-mediated communication.
In Chapter 9, Virtanen provides a discourse pragmatic model for the study of 'performativity in computer-mediated communication' (p.
Respondents were neutral about the amount of effort put forth in learning computer-mediated communication skills to participate in the conversation (M = 2.93, SD = 1.22, Mdn = 3.00).
Methical Jane: Perspectives on an Undisclosed Virtual Student, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12(4), 1.346-1.368.
Towards an integrated strategy for intercultural dialog: Computer-mediated communication and face to face.
In conclusion, Interaction in Communication Technologies and Virtual Learning Environments: Human Factors is an easy read for individuals in the field of computer-mediated communication. The only part that I found to be difficult to read was the beginning because the terminology being used was that of a sociologist.
The literature shows the continued growth of the use of distance education and thus of computer-mediated communication within this field, and a consistent thread that looks into the nature of communicative acts and their role in the education process.
Computer-mediated communication and blogs can be assessed from a multitude of perspectives.
The technological development of computer-mediated communication impacts all stages of communication.
Virtual Collaborative Writing in the Workplace: Computer-Mediated Communication Technologies and Processes investigates the use of computer-mediated communication technologies, including everything from instant messaging and email to interaction on webpages, webcasts, and graphical user interfaces, to facilitate effective interdependent collaboration in writing projects.
Computer-mediated communication for linguistics and literacy; technology and natural language education.

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