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How Technology Affects Interpersonal Communication

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Transcript of How Technology Affects Interpersonal Communication

Con
Social Communication
Pro
Social media sites and
texting breaks communication
barriers and makes it easier to
contact people near
and far.
Although it makes communication easier, it also opens doors to cyberbullying, catfishing, and other dangers.
Exchange of information between two or more people. The sending and receiving of messages and ideas.
Interpersonal Communication:
Pro
Family Communication
Pro
Academic Communication
How Technology Affects Interpersonal Communication

We are focusing on the pros
and cons of how technology
is affecting social
communication, academic
communication,
family communication,
and literacy.
Con
Con
Literacy and Communication
Con
Pro
Works Cited
"Be Seen Online - Website Design, Social Media Management & Digital Marketing for Your Business." Be Seen Online - Website Design, Social Media Management & Digital Marketing for Your Business. Be Seen Online, 7 Oct. 2013. Web. 17 Jan. 2014.
Social media and texting can
be a useful tool for students to
communicate with each other
about school work. Cell phones
also provide students with an
array of research resources.
In class, social media and cell phones can be a distraction for students from the teacher and the lecture.
New technologies of communication like texting and social media can better help families stay connected with each other and informed on their whereabouts.
Social media and texting can take away from face time between families and can also cause issues with stress, mental health, and emotional health.
Texting and social media is actually expanding the vocabulary of people and causing them to think more creatively. It also opens up many doors to new forms of communication and literature.
Due to the new forms of communication such and social media and texting people are becoming more likely to make simple gramatical errors and have a shorter attention span.
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"The National Literacy Trust found that social networking sites and blogs help students to develop more positive attitudes toward writing and to become more confident in their writing abilities. According to one of the studies, 49 per cent of young people believe that writing is “boring.” However, students who use technology-based texts such as blogs have more positive attitudes toward writing". - The Alberta Teacher's Association

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"Young people use mobile devices to Skype, text, upload photos and videos to Facebook, and more, with increasing frequency. Cyberspace enables families and friends to converse, in effect, as if they were in the same room ("How #Skype Can Make Your Life Easier – and – A Moms and Technology Infographic.")."
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Conclusion
Texting, social media, and other new technologies are shaping interpersonal communications across the board.
"In today's fast-paced, technologically-driven world, some people consider the traditional family dinner to be an insignificant, old-fashioned ritual. Actually, it not only strengthens our neural circuitry for human contact (the brain's insula and frontal lobe), but it also helps ease the stress we experience in our daily lives, protecting the medial temporal regions that control emotion and memory (Small)."
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"Facebook and Twitter can enhance communication among students and teachers. Educators can answer students’ questions via a Facebook page or Twitter feed, post homework assignments and lesson plans, send messages and updates, schedule or announce upcoming events, and share interesting Web sites and multimedia content."
"These instructors maintain that tools like Facebook and Twitter divert students' attention away from what's happening in class and are ultimately disruptive to the learning process. With the possibility that the use of social media tools can be an invitation for students to goof off, instructors should make sure they won't be abused."
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