Media Differences in Communication


Raine, Roxanne B. (2010) Media Differences in Communication. In: Second COST 2102 International Training School on Development of Multimodal Interfaces: Active Listening and Synchrony, 23-27 March 2009, Dublin, Ireland (pp. pp. 102-112).

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Abstract:With the ever-growing ubiquity of computer-mediated communication, the application of language research to computer-mediated environments becomes increasingly relevant. How do overhearer effects, discourse markers, differences for monologues and dialogues, and other verbal findings transmute in the transition from face-to-face to computer-mediated communication (CMC)? Which of these factors have an impact on CMC? Furthermore, how can computer interfaces alleviate these potential shortcomings? When is CMC the preferred communicative medium? These questions are explored in this paper.
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