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The Art of Conversation: Is it a Lost Art?
Transcript of The Art of Conversation: Is it a Lost Art?
Is it a Lost Art?
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1.Definition of what is perceived as a “social norm”
------As defined by Goffman
Twitter / Instagram
E-mail / Internet use
The use of different forms of mediated communication
---When, how and how often
---Personal vs. professional
---With whom do you communicate using which devices
Presenting the modified profile/voice/speech/text speak
A prolonged exposure on social media affects both online and face-to-face interactions and relationships
The perception of public spaces being altered to accommodate mediated communication
-Second life (averting your gaze)
Types of Mediated Communication
Topics of Discussion
Workplace Behavior vs. Familial Communication
2.The observance and usage of social norms while using mediated communication.
------Are once socially accepted norms present in the use of mediated communication?
3.The acknowledgement of anonymity is evident throughout our findings.
4.Saving “face” is important, given certain circumstances.
Specifed to Relationships
1) Personal vs. Professional
2) Communication is tailored for a certain audience and circumstance
3) Types of motivating factors
Specified to Media
1.There is a consensus that definition of a social norm has changed and can be subjective.
2.Acceptance of what was defined as a social norm has been altered.
3.Anonymity is probable, if not subjective.
4.If anonymity is available, one’s “face” is likely to be altered.
5.A certain level, tone and verbiage are adjusted depending on the recipient.
Specified Use of Mediated Devices varied and depended in Circumstance and Audience
Professional vs. Personal