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- Application Venues of Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) : Analytical Review
- Computer Mediated Communication: Gender and Group Composition
- Virtual community of practice
The progression of face- to- face and CMC groups from limited to elaborate engagement at verbal, paralinguistic and functional levels was assessed using transcription analysis in face-to-face group and chat log analysis in CMC group. The limited and elaborate student engagement indicators in two modalities were identified via Maxqda software.
Burnett's typology of information exchange in virtual communities attempts to provide a framework for examining the range of activities undertaken by participants in such communities. This study is the first in a series to apply the typology to specific virtual communities, in an effort to assess its accuracy against the day-to-day interactions to be found in two online communities. Through a comparison of these two communities using the typology, revisions to the typology are proposed which will allow it to reflect more accurately activities found within the communities.
Application Venues of Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) : Analytical Review
Metrics details. The progression of face- to- face and CMC groups from limited to elaborate engagement at verbal, paralinguistic and functional levels was assessed using transcription analysis in face-to-face group and chat log analysis in CMC group. The limited and elaborate student engagement indicators in two modalities were identified via Maxqda software. The results of Maxqda analysis indicated that limited engagement was associated with appeal for help, silence, pauses and hesitations, focus on syntax, involvement with procedural talk and L1 use. Respectively, elaborate engagement was associated with avoiding L1 use, focus on discourse, involvement with actual talk and strategic discourse management rather than pause and silence.
Computer Mediated Communication: Gender and Group Composition
Authors retain the copyright without restrictions for their published content in this journal. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of. Purpose of the study: This study aims to analyse which gender language features are used by both genders in computer-mediated communication CMC and also investigates if online gender communication reflects normal face-to-face communication. Methodology: A qualitative research design was employed in addressing the objectives of the study. Main Findings: The findings show that male language features occurred more frequently compared to female language features. However, commenters of both genders do not always follow their respective gender language features. This shows that commenters from both genders do not necessarily follow their own gender stereotypes according to the different contextual situations they face.
Face-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Communities, A Comparative Analysis. Etzioni, Amitai; Etzioni, Oren. Information Society, v15 n4 p Oct-Dec
Virtual community of practice
Publications You are not logged in. Decision-making tasks using group chat: Emergent role structures. Individual priming in virtual team decision-making. Group Decision and Negotiation, 22 5 , The multilingual internet: Language, culture, and communication online.
In the years since the development of ARPANet, Internet-based tools of Computer Mediated Communication CMC such as e-mail and other communication applications have become widespread; indeed, they have entered public awareness to such an extent that they are discussed everywhere from syndicated advice columns and primers on advertising and marketing to scholarly literature in disciplines as far afield as Sociology, Literature, and Composition. Similarly, with the rapid development of commercial Search Engines and other online information retrieval tools, the Internet has become the information resource of choice for significant numbers of people. The Internet and particularly the World Wide Web has arguably become the most successful medium ever for combining mass information distribution and communication capabilities into a single package. One of the most significant points at which information and communication converge is within what are commonly referred to as virtual communities. These most often take the form of discussion forums focusing on a set of interests shared by a group of geographically dispersed participants for an anecdotal and dated, but still useful and commonly cited, general discussion of virtual communities, see Rheingold,
Skip to content. Skip to navigation. Indiana University, Bloomington urn:nbn:de The goal of the scheme is to synthesize and articulate aspects of technical and social context that influence discourse usage in CMC environments. The classification scheme is motivated, presented in detail with support from existing literature, and illustrated through a comparison of two types of weblog blog data.
Despite the importance of interpersonal influence processes in computer-mediated communication CMC environments, the emergence and functioning of leaders in CMC settings remains unstudied. An initial model and propositions address the possible extension of selected leadership models beyond face-to-face FTF communications and into the non-face-to-face CMC environment.