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Six Trends in Interpersonal Communication

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James Bunker

on 18 January 2018

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Transcript of Six Trends in Interpersonal Communication

Trend 1: Wider Applicability
Original Research focused on dyads (pairs) to small groups and beyond
Review Paradigms
Critical
Reflection Produces Knowledge
Exposes Ideologies Power Imbalances
Research Enables Social Change
Interpretive Plus Politics
Romantic Relationships
Interpersonal Communication

POSITIVIST
Reality is Objective
Studies Variables
Causal Relationships
Generalizations
Quantitative Data
INTERPRETIVE
Reality is Socially Constructed
Reality is Situational
Studies Meaning Semantically
Studies Meaning Through Rules
Theories of Understanding
Qualitative Data
This paper analyses a corpus of UK policy documents which sets out national security policy as an exemplar of the contemporary discourse of counter-terrorism in Europe, the USA and worldwide. A corpus of 148 documents (c. 2.8 million words) was assembled to reflect the security discourse produced by the UK government before and after the 7/7 attacks on the London Transport system. To enable a chronological comparison, the two sub-corpora were defined: one relating to a discourse of citizenship and community cohesion (2001-2006); and one relating to the 'Preventing Violent Extremism' discourse (2007-2011). Wordsmith Tools (Scott 2008) was used to investigate keywords and patterns of collocation. The results present themes emerging from a comparative analysis of the 100 strongest keywords in each sub-corpus; as well as a qualitative analysis of related patterns of the collocation, focusing in particular on features of connotation and semantic prosody

Trend #3 Globalization


Trend #2


Bullying
Trend #4 Technology:
CMC and New Media

Computer Mediated Communication
Impact of Different technologies on Communication Practices
Trend #6 Different paradigms, methods, and projects
While IP started out in the Empirical paradigm.....

We are seeing more and more work emphasizing Interpretive Paradigm
Trend #5 Applied and Funded Research
Examples
Six Trends
Families
Friendships
Health
Aging
Leadership
Jedi Council
From narrow assumptions to more inclusive ones
Such as:

Sexual Orientation
Age
Ethnicity, Religion, Race
Deception
Infidelity
Stalking
Hurtful Messages
Physical,Sexual, Verbal Agression
Ideology
Culture(s)
Practices
Products & Artifacts
Nationalism
Geography
(place)
(beliefs and values)
(political and social)
Online Dating


Anonymity
Self Disclosure
Deception
Email and Professional Relationships
formality
efficiency
access
Social Media & Identity
Impression management
Privacy
Authenticity
Political Participation
Media Activism
News Consumption
Participatory Culture
Alternative Voices
Socially Meaningful IP
Communication Research focuses on:
-Health
Conflict Resolution
Disease
Addiction
Aging

Qualitative Methods
Youth Power
Gender Equality
Racial Equality
Sexual Equality
Ideology and Power
Ethnography
Interviews
Storytelling
Peformance
Oral Histories
Wider Applicability
Exploring the Darkside
Globalization
Technology
Applied/funded projects
Alternative views/methods
Six Trends
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