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  1. 1. Communication, Social Media and Society: Looking at different Communities and Groups on Social Media in today’s Society. Jada Jones
  2. 2. Communication • What is Communication? – The act or process of communicating; fact of being communicated. – The imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing or signs. – Something imparted, interchanged or transmitted. – A document or message of imparting news, views, information, etc. – Passage, or an opportunity or means of passage, between places.
  3. 3. Computer Mediated Communication • Computer Mediated Communication is communication within a technological medium through which individuals construct social and relational meaning.We use the term CMC to broadly describe any technologically mediated communication. (Sherbolm 2020). • What do we use Computer Mediated Communication for? • How has it impacted our society? • How can we interact with people on a personal and professional level using Computer Mediated Communication?
  4. 4. Young Adolescents and Social Media • Using social media to connect on a regular basis. • Different Social Media sites have different criteria of posts you should post. • Younger individuals have multiple different social media accounts.
  5. 5. Longing for Interaction in today’s Society • Us as humans are psychologically wired to want interactions with other individuals. • The interactions we are wanting with social media are likes and comments on our Social Media Posts. • If you get multiple likes and comments on your social media posts, the better you feel about yourself.
  6. 6. Communities in Social Media • Communities in social media consist of individuals who have common interests who use the internet. • Are able to use these to get in touch with other individuals.
  7. 7. Groups in Social Media • Group • A number of persons or things; cluster; aggregation. • A number of persons or things ranged or considered together as being related in some way. • Groups on social media differ from communities on social media. • A group is a way an individual can outsource other individuals through social networking.
  8. 8. Communication in Professional Life • Communicating professionally takes practice in the work place. • Keeping a balance between professional and personal relationships is crucial. • Professional relationships can be hard to build through computer mediated communication.
  9. 9. Communication in Personal Life • Balancing your personal relationships in the workplace can be challenging. • Computer mediated communication can make personal relationships difficult to achieve. • Using tools like FaceTime, Skype, and zoom meetings can help the interaction feel more personal when building relationships.
  10. 10. Conclusion • Communication is a growing vessel in today’s society. • Communication is not going away any time soon. • Computer Mediated Communication is going to change the world and how we communicate with others.
  11. 11. References • Boczkowski, P. J., Matassi, M., & Mitchelstein, E. (2018). How Young Users Deal With Multiple Platforms: The Role of Meaning-Making in Social Media Repertoires. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 23(5), 245–259. doi: 10.1093/jcmc/zmy012 • Communication. (n.d.). Retrieved from • French, M., & Bazarova, N. N. (2017). Is Anybody Out There?: Understanding Masspersonal Communication Through Expectations for Response Across Social Media Platforms. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 22(6), 303–319. doi: 10.1111/jcc4.12197 • Garrett, Kelly, R., Danziger, & N., J. (2008, July 1). Disaffection or expected outcomes: • Understanding personal Internet use during work. Retrieved from • Group. (n.d.). Retrieved from • Kiesler, S., Siegel, J., & McGuire, T. W. (1984). Social psychological aspects of computer-mediated communication. American Psychologist, 39(10), 1123-1134. • • in Psychology, B. A. S. S. (2014, July 7). Computer Mediated Communication. Retrieved from