Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved. 1 Chapter 10 Electronically Mediated Interpersonal Communication

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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved. 1 Chapter 10 Electronically Mediated Interpersonal Communication Soulja Boy Tell`em - Kiss Me Thru The Phone ft. Sammie http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47Fbo 4kU2AU
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.2 Electronic Mediated Communication [EMC] Has become pervasive in personal, academic, and business contexts and continues to grow in importance and types of techniques.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.3 EMC Examples blogs, cell phones, computer- conferencing, discussion boards, electronic mail, instant messages, photo- sharing communities, social networks (e.g., texting, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter), videologs, voiceover IP technology, such as Skyping and YouTube.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.4 What are the pros and cons you experience with e- communication?
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.5 Rules of etiquette for the use of cell phones include: If you are engaged in face-to-face communication, keep talking and ignore your phone. Remove yourself from others so you can speak privately.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.6 Rules of etiquette for the use of cell phones include: Avoid using the speaker phone. Tell others in advance if you are waiting for an important call.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.7 Rules of etiquette for the use of cell phones include: Remember, any time you answer a phone call during a conversation with another person, you are saying "you're not as important to me as the person on the phone."
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.8 Rules of etiquette for the use of cell phones include: Use voice-mail and caller ID so you can bypass unnecessary calls. Be sure your phone is turned off when you go to a class, library, meeting, conference, speech, interview, worship service, concert, film, recital, stage play, ballet, or court session.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.9 Rules of etiquette for the use of cell phones include: Avoid personal calls at the office. If you must use someone elses cell phone, minimize the amount of time you use their service minutes.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.10 Rules of etiquette for the use of cell phones include: If you have a bad connection, hang up and find a better place to make the call instead of trying to talk over the static. Avoid discussing personal matters if you are in a public space.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.11 Rules of etiquette for the use of cell phones include: Follow the rules about wireless phone use in hospitals and on airplanes so you wont interfere with sensitive electronic equipment.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.12 Why are cell phones banned in some places? Class. Art museum. The gym.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.13 Sexting Sexting is the sending of nude, semi- nude, or erotic pictures or video via cell phone. What are inherent problems in sexting or similar pictures in Facebook or other places. Locker, S. (2008, December 6). Sexting definition. Retrieved from http://sarilocker.com/blog/2008/12/06/sexting-definition/ http://sarilocker.com/blog/2008/12/06/sexting-definition/
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.14 Cyber bullying Cyber bullying--also known as digital harassment--is mistreatment that takes place using an electronic medium. What examples have you seen or heard of regarding cyber-bullying? Mitchell, A. (2004, January 24). Bullied by the click of a mouse. www.globeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20040124.wbully0124/BNStory/ www.globeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20040124.wbully0124/BNStory/
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.15 Stop Cyber-bullying Refuse to pass along cyber bullying messages. Block and report cyber bullying to the proper authorities. Never post or share your personal information online. Never share your passwords. Use virus and tracking detection programs. Be careful about meeting face-to-face.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.16 Stop Cyber-stalking Create a gender neutral E-mail name. No gender and personal information. Use E-mail signature that is businesslike. If you find yourself being victimized, the classic advice is to ignore the stalker. Even responding to their E-mail to say, Leave me alone, just encourages them. Other ideas?
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.17 How can you improve your online interpersonal communication?
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.18 How can you use email effectively? A rule of good sense should be, dont say anything on the Internet that you would be ashamed for your family, boss, or best friend to read.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.19 How can you use blogging to improve interpersonal relationships? A blog is a Website with dated entries, usually by a single author, often accompanied by links to other blogs. Think of a blog as one persons public diary or suggestion list. Siemens, G. (2002, December 1). The art of blogging- part 1: Overview, definitions, uses and implications, p. 2. Retrieved from www.elearnspace.org/Articles/blogging_part_1.htm www.elearnspace.org/Articles/blogging_part_1.htm
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.20 Social Networking How can you use social networking to increase the quality of your interpersonal relationships? Check out recent Facebook statistics http://www.facebook.com/press/info.php ?statistics http://www.facebook.com/press/info.php ?statistics
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.21 What are the pros and cons of social networking? FACEBOOK MY SPACE TWITTER YOUTUBE FLICKER
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.22 How can you protect yourself from phishing? Compare key software http://phishing- zapper.en.softonic.com/compare/ad- aware,spybot-search-destroy,xoftspysehttp://phishing- zapper.en.softonic.com/compare/ad- aware,spybot-search-destroy,xoftspyse
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.23 True of False Do not post your phone number on Facebookphone Facebook's user interface, the result of its fundamentally collegiate, video gamer sensibility, is not designed to be an effective business tool. Facebook developers often spring new features on users without warning. Facebook phishing (scamming) is a reality. Facebook phishing
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.24 Facebook Quiz All are true. What other advice do you have about using social networking for more effective interpersonal communication?
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.25 Text messaging What are pros and cons of text messaging? Discuss ideas from the book and your personal experience.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.26 Example problems with texting. General deterioration of writing skills. Cheating in academic settings. Lessened ability to make own decisions because constantly consulting friends. Texting can be addictive.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved. 27 Application Activities Work with a partner, group, or after class.
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.28 How do you use the Internet interpersonally? To make long-distance relationships feel closer? To meet new people? To create and sustain new relationships? To indulge in fantasies? To cover up for a lack of interpersonal skills?
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  • Chapter 10 -- Electronic -- Copyright 2010, Rowman & Littlefield. All Rights Reserved.29 Try a technology free day Go for 24 hours with no cell phone, email, Internet use,

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