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Computer Mediated Communication - Talia Feinberg
In a study conducted by 3 researchers of Carnegie Mellon University, the impacts of communication via computers or via face-to-face interaction was studied. Interestingly enough, this was done in 1984; when technology was incredibly different than it (More)
Max Fern – Will We Stop Speaking and Just Text?, Harbeck (09/09)
In Will We Stop Speaking and Just Text?, James Harbeck discusses the modern English language and how our spoken word is affected by the evolution of texting and other forms of shorthand, such as emojis. In this article from the BBC, Harbeck uses v (More)
9/9 - Will We Stop Speaking and Just Text? - Grayson Begier
In Will We Stop Speaking and Just Text?, Harbeck discusses whether live internet vernacular English will replace spoken English. Harbeck supports this hypothetical by introducing the many different aspects to live internet vernacular English (Live (More)
9/8 "The Relationship Between Facebook Use and Well-Being..." - Bridget Hall
In The Relationship Between Facebook Use and Well-Being Depends on Communication Type and Tie Strength, authors Moira Burke and Robert E. Kraut conducted a study in order to determine whether there is a relationship between online communication and t (More)
9/9 The Causes and Consequences of COVID-19 Misperceptions: Understanding the Role of News and Social Media - Cherry
In The Causes and Consequences of COVID-19 Misperceptions: Understanding the Role of News and Social Media, Aengus Bridgman, Peter John Loewen, Derek Ruths, Oleg Zhilin, Eric Merkley, Taylor Owen, and Lisa Teichmann focus on misinformation circulates (More)
09/09: Will We Stop Speaking and Just Text? -Falyn Goldstein
In Harbeck’s Will We Stop Speaking and Just Text, he discusses live internet vernacular English and how texting may become closer to speech than the formal English language. Harbeck took a really interesting approach to this article and used graph (More)
9/9 - "Social Psychological Aspects 0f Computer-Mediated Communication"
Computer-mediated communication (CMC) is defined as any type of communication made between humans using two or more technological devices. In Social Psychological Aspects of Computer-Mediated Communication, Sara Kiesler, Jane Siegal and Timothy Mc (More)
Kate Brady- Nguyen et al. (2021) Staying connected while physically apart through digital communication during COVID-19. (9/8)
This week, I read Nguyen et al. (2021) Staying connected while physically apart through digital communication during COVID-19. I found this article interesting because it is recent and very relevant to today’s unique issues. A big finding that th (More)
9/9 - Staying connected while physically apart: Digital communication when face-to-face interactions are limited
In Staying connected while physically apart: Digital communication when face-to-face interactions are limited, Nguyen et. al argue that how socially connected you feel to others is affected by what type of digital communication you are using. Specifi (More)
9/9 Will We Stop Speaking and Just Text? - Leah Montgomery
In Will we stop speaking and just text? by Harbeck, this short but informative article lays the groundwork for intriguing initiative when it comes to physical communication. In this shifting era of technology, it has become much more apparent that te (More)
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