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Lifespan Communication In Cmc
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Lifespan Communication In Cmc
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Lifespan Communication In Cmc
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Lifespan Communication In Cmc
Lifespan Communication In Cmc
Lifespan Communication In Cmc
Lifespan Communication In Cmc
Lifespan Communication In Cmc
Lifespan Communication In Cmc
Lifespan Communication In Cmc
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Lifespan Communication In Cmc
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  • 1. Lifespan Communication in CMC. Tasos Vasiloudis Stelios Kyriakidis Tasos Chalvatzis
  • 2. SUPER YOUNG SURFERS : Children online
      • Computers in children’s everyday life: Nowadays, the kids are surrounded by many kinds of technology even within their room. They are able to use computers from a very young age, something that is very useful for their approach to technology.
      • Parents: They help and provoke children to use computers by playing skill – build games, in order to “open” their mind into new ways of thinking.
      • Nowadays, children are able even in the age of one year to bang away on keyboards and three years old kids to send emails, for example. Computer- child interactivity can be published by using some known figures usually taken by cartoons. This is a useful tool in order to provoke children to use a computer.
  • 3. MYTHS ABOUT CHILDREN AND COMPUTERS
      • Ellen Wolock and colleagues (1988) analyze six myths about computer – child relationship.
      • The basic idea is about children and how smarter can they become by using computers. It refers that children become less socialized and they need to become “computer – literate “ in order to keep up with their peers.
      • “ Marketing to the fears of these myths is lucrative”: Several websites are designed to help to find ways of making money by selling educational computer activities and games.
      • Also , some Monitoring programs are promoted by companies that promise to help parents to see what their children are doing through internet.
      • In general, this idea helps people to see their children’s social networking.
  • 4. Kids & Communities
      • Technology is part of children every day life.
      • Any child has broadband Internet connection.
      • Children communicate through social spaces.
      • Numerous of social spaces are existing today.
      • Facebook, hi5, MySpace, CBBC “Star chat”.
  • 5. Kids & Communities
      • Not all social spaces are for children.
      • Under 20% of users are under age 18 in famous social spaces.
      • There are special social spaces for children 12 & under.
      • Chat, play games, learn, Example: “Star Chat” from CBBC were children can email their television stars and find new friends, Club Penguin etc.
      • Children can develop relationships around the world.
  • 6. Kids & Communities: Advantages
      • CMC also helps the bridge of gender gap.
      • There must not be separation of knowledge.
      • Today with the technology provides to children boys and girls learn to use computer with the same way
      • Reach the same level of computer knowledge.
      • CMC they learn to be social with the difference gender from young age.
  • 7. Risks in Communities & solution.
      • Be aware as the danger is the same for both genders.
      • Even there are special social networks for children danger will be awaiting.
      • That’s for CyberSafeNation created.
      • Parents watching child web traffic & open chat.
  • 8. Worldwide Youth Communities
      • Youth communities helps children to develop their skills and knowledge.
      • Children all over the world acquire computing skills without adult intervention.
      • Young people are motivated to learn from others online.
      • The Internet provides new kinds of public spaces for youth to interact and receive feedback from one another.
      • According to a web survey at several schools in Finland 50% of the 7-13 year prefer learning from youth communities rather that asking their parents and learn from them.
      • More helpful, children can communicate with each other.
      • Helping the better development of children relationships.
  • 9. Worldwide Youth Communities
      • There are lot of youth communities today as we mentioned before.
      • Children spent lot of time in social spaces.
      • Children & teens due to a cross-national study in 2001 uses the technology because in youth communities the knowledge is exposed and every one can learn.
      • Language, culture, education did not effect the children communication.
      • This will help increasing children participation in social spaces on a global scale.
  • 10. Silver Surfers: The elderly online
      • Internet indeed is a huge part of every day life.
      • Use Internet for work or to communicate.
      • Communication through social spaces, emails, instant messaging.
      • Used by children, teens, adults.
      • Becoming to be the main way for communication.
  • 11. Silver Surfers: The elderly online
      • However not everyone know to use technology and Internet.
      • In our society there are elderly people from generations before the computer age.
      • They are not familiar with technology.
      • Because of grandchildren & family they must starting use the Internet so they can communicate with them.
      • Moreover there are many elderly people you use CMC as a mean of communicating with family.
      • CMC helps elderly people who are isolated to use CMC for communicating with someone.
  • 12. The digital age divide: Introduction
      • As we see previously, elders have troubles understating the concept of Internet. However there are solutions that will be presented to the next slides.
  • 13. The digital age divide: Facts
      • Firstly lets consider some facts :
      • Two-thirds of children know more about computers and the internet than their parents (BBC, 2002).
      • Only 15 percent of senior citizens in the United States have access to the internet (Lenhart, 2000).
  • 14. The digital age divide: Facts con.
      • The majority of people over the age of fifty-five in the United Kingdom have never used the internet.
      • Two-thirds of these people say they have no intention of ever doing so (Fielding, 2002).
  • 15. The digital age divide :More elders use Internet
    • The last year more and more elders are using the internet.
      • From 2000 to 2002 the number of elderly people has increased by 90%.
      • In 2005 the 26% of American elderly populations use the internet.
      • In 2009 increased to 45%!
  • 16. The digital age divide: Reasons
      • There are many reasons for elders to go online.
      • Strength the relationship with friends and family
      • Make new friends
      • Learn information about important issues (like health )
      • Pursue hobbies
  • 17. The digital age divide: Man& woman
      • According to the British organization Age Concern
      • Over the 80% of elderly man use the internet pursue hobbies or seek information online.
      • Elderly woman on the other hand prefer to connect with their family and friends ( 86 % ).
  • 18. ‘ Bringing wisdom to the information age’
      • One of biggest website for elderly people is SeniorNet. The slogan of the website is ‘Bringing wisdom to the Information Age’.
      • Richard Adler says that elders have many opportunities with internet . Like support independent living and entertainment.
  • 19. Other communities
      • There are also other communities for that cause. Lets presented some of them.
      • Dignity Foundation (located in India).
      • ElderCare online.
      • Web wise seniors.
      • Elderly communities.
      • Seniors site.
      • Overseas Chinese Institute on Aging.
  • 20. Bridging the generation gap online
      • There are schools that learn elders to use Internet services and emails.(2 in New England )
      • Some other computer schools for seniors are
        • Computer schools for seniors (located in Texas)
        • Silver Scholars (located in Pittsburgh of USA)
        • Western Wyoming Community College (USA)
      • Young and seniors that already know to use internet learn the other seniors that they don’t.
  • 21. Bridging the generation gap online : Goals
      • The goals of the programs is :
      • Keep them connect with their worlds,
      • Bring them closer to there grandchildren
  • 22. Bridging the generation gap online : Fears
      • There are fears that using computer will have negative effects on elders (Sherry Turkle)
      • ‘ Sucked into virtual reality’
      • Reduce face to face communication
  • 23. Bridging the generation gap online : Solutions
      • Sherry Turkle also says that elders should encourage to use internet but also get out of the house in offline activities.
  • 24. Conclusion
      • Lets summarize what we saw:
        • Kids
        • Special social communities.
        • Statistics.
        • Bridge the gender gap.
        • Benefits & risks.
        • Elders
        • Facts about elders and internet
        • Reasons why elders must use the internet
        • Communities that encourage and help elders
        • Possible fears and solutions
  • 25. Bibliography
      • MacfArthur, New Study Shows Time Spent Online Important for Teen Development, http://www.macfound.org/site/c.lkLXJ8MQKrH/b.4773437/k.3CE6/New_Study_Shows_Time_Spent_Online_Important_for_Teen_Development.htm [Accessed: 1/3/09 ]
      • S.Tanner, Children and the Use of Social Space, http://www.krepublishers.com/02-Journals/T-Anth/Anth-09-0-000-000-2007-Web/Anth-09-2-000-000-2007-Abst-PDF/Anth-09-2-119-123-2007-358-Tanner-R-E-S/Anth-09-2-119-123-2007-358-Tanner-R-E-S-Tt.pdf [Accessed: 1/3/09 ]
      • Sanfrancisco I Am, Child Chat Rooms: Social Space or Predator Playground? , http://www.sanfranciscoiam.com/videos/99aedf0beecf [Accessed: 1/3/09 ]
      • E – finland, Children and the Internet – Towards a Balanced Concern, http://www.e.finland.fi/netcomm/news/showarticle.asp?intNWSAID=36130 [Accessed: 1/3/09 ]
      • Austin's New Media Lab , 2008 Social Media Statistics, http://www.scribd.com/doc/11481779/Social-Media-2008-Statistics [Accessed: 1/3/09 ]
  • 26. Bibliography
      • Monica Blake , Internet Resources for Older People, http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue14/older-people/ , [Accessed :27/2/09 ]
      • Fund Raising, Seniors Online: Useful Statistics , http://www.fundraisingsuccessmag.com/article/seniors-online-useful-statistics-175782_1.html [Accessed :27/2/09 ]
      • Npadvisors , Seniors Online: Useful Statistics, http://www.npadvisors.com/NewContent/100558.asp [Accessed :27/2/09 ]
      • Lockergnome, Seniors Using Internet More, http://www.lockergnome.com/political/2006/02/21/seniors-using-internet-more/ [Accessed :27/2/09 ]
      • R.Adler , The Age wave meets :Broadband and older Americans , http://www.seniornet.org/downloads/broadband.pdf [Accessed :27/2/09 ]
      • J.Sundey , Generation Online 2009 , http://www.pewinternet.org/pdfs/PIP_Generations_2009.pdf [Accessed :27/2/09 ]

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