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  • CMC - developed alongside computer technology. CMC differs from F2F because with F2F messages are transmitted more or less directly without the aid of exterior technology. CMC involves communicating online, using the Internet and the Web Internet – is a system of networks that connects millions of computers around the world. WWW – is one of a number of services that moves over the internet
  • Identity – One’s identity, or self-concept, is developed and expressed through communication with others. Online , individuals have more control over how they present certain information about themselves. Usernames, screen names, email address etc. Multiple Identities – CMC provides the opportunity to express many identities. You can present yourself as the serious employee in email with your boss and later present yourself as “wild gal on the prowl” in a singles chat room. Anonymity – we can control the amount of information we disclose about ourselves. Without telling people online they would not know your age, gender, race, nationality, or other personal information. Psuedoanonymity – projecting a false identity – Identity Tourism – taking on a new internet identity for recreational purposes, which offers freedom to explore interpersonal relationships in a new way. Relationship Development – Social Network Theory – the more people are socially connected, the more intensely they are likely to communicate using various media available to them. (Facebook) Friendships – Field of Availables – potential partners and friends, typically much larger via CMC than via F2F relationships – Hyperpersonal Relationships – internet relationships that develop intimacy more quickly than F2F relationships.
  • Identity – One’s identity, or self-concept, is developed and expressed through communication with others. Online , individuals have more control over how they present certain information about themselves. Usernames, screen names, email address etc. Multiple Identities – CMC provides the opportunity to express many identities. You can present yourself as the serious employee in email with your boss and later present yourself as “wild gal on the prowl” in a singles chat room. Anonymity – we can control the amount of information we disclose about ourselves. Without telling people online they would not know your age, gender, race, nationality, or other personal information. Psuedoanonymity – projecting a false identity – Identity Tourism – taking on a new internet identity for recreational purposes, which offers freedom to explore interpersonal relationships in a new way. Relationship Development – Social Network Theory – the more people are socially connected, the more intensely they are likely to communicate using various media available to them. (Facebook) Friendships – Field of Availables – potential partners and friends, typically much larger via CMC than via F2F relationships – Hyperpersonal Relationships – internet relationships that develop intimacy more quickly than F2F relationships.
  • Identity – One’s identity, or self-concept, is developed and expressed through communication with others. Online , individuals have more control over how they present certain information about themselves. Usernames, screen names, email address etc. Multiple Identities – CMC provides the opportunity to express many identities. You can present yourself as the serious employee in email with your boss and later present yourself as “wild gal on the prowl” in a singles chat room. Anonymity – we can control the amount of information we disclose about ourselves. Without telling people online they would not know your age, gender, race, nationality, or other personal information. Psuedoanonymity – projecting a false identity – Identity Tourism – taking on a new internet identity for recreational purposes, which offers freedom to explore interpersonal relationships in a new way. Relationship Development – Social Network Theory – the more people are socially connected, the more intensely they are likely to communicate using various media available to them. (Facebook) Friendships – Field of Availables – potential partners and friends, typically much larger via CMC than via F2F relationships – Hyperpersonal Relationships – internet relationships that develop intimacy more quickly than F2F relationships.
  • Identity – One’s identity, or self-concept, is developed and expressed through communication with others. Online , individuals have more control over how they present certain information about themselves. Usernames, screen names, email address etc. Multiple Identities – CMC provides the opportunity to express many identities. You can present yourself as the serious employee in email with your boss and later present yourself as “wild gal on the prowl” in a singles chat room. Anonymity – we can control the amount of information we disclose about ourselves. Without telling people online they would not know your age, gender, race, nationality, or other personal information. Psuedoanonymity – projecting a false identity – Identity Tourism – taking on a new internet identity for recreational purposes, which offers freedom to explore interpersonal relationships in a new way. Relationship Development – Social Network Theory – the more people are socially connected, the more intensely they are likely to communicate using various media available to them. (Facebook) Friendships – Field of Availables – potential partners and friends, typically much larger via CMC than via F2F relationships – Hyperpersonal Relationships – internet relationships that develop intimacy more quickly than F2F relationships.
  • Identity – One’s identity, or self-concept, is developed and expressed through communication with others. Online , individuals have more control over how they present certain information about themselves. Usernames, screen names, email address etc. Multiple Identities – CMC provides the opportunity to express many identities. You can present yourself as the serious employee in email with your boss and later present yourself as “wild gal on the prowl” in a singles chat room. Anonymity – we can control the amount of information we disclose about ourselves. Without telling people online they would not know your age, gender, race, nationality, or other personal information. Psuedoanonymity – projecting a false identity – Identity Tourism – taking on a new internet identity for recreational purposes, which offers freedom to explore interpersonal relationships in a new way. Relationship Development – Social Network Theory – the more people are socially connected, the more intensely they are likely to communicate using various media available to them. (Facebook) Friendships – Field of Availables – potential partners and friends, typically much larger via CMC than via F2F relationships – Hyperpersonal Relationships – internet relationships that develop intimacy more quickly than F2F relationships.
  • Chapter 5

    1. 1. Chapter 5 Computer-Mediated Communication
    2. 2. Computer-Mediated Communication <ul><li>The exchange of messages carried through an intervening system or digital electronic storage and transmitted between two or more people . </li></ul>
    3. 3. CMC Includes… Instant Messaging
    4. 4. CMC Includes… Blogs
    5. 5. CMC Includes… Email
    6. 6. CMC Includes… Text Messaging
    7. 7. CMC Includes… Social Networking Sites (SNS)
    8. 8. CMC Includes… Multi User Domains (MUDs)
    9. 9. CMC Includes… Internet
    10. 10. CMC Includes… World Wide Web
    11. 11. CMC and the Individual <ul><li>Identity </li></ul>
    12. 12. CMC and the Individual <ul><li>Multiple Identity </li></ul>
    13. 13. CMC and the Individual <ul><li>Anonymity </li></ul>
    14. 14. CMC and the Individual <ul><li>Psuedoanonymity and Identity Tourism </li></ul>
    15. 15. CMC and the Individual <ul><li>Relationship Development </li></ul><ul><li>~ Friendship </li></ul><ul><li>~ Romantic Relationships </li></ul>

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