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Guess who?An empirical study of gender deception and detection in computer-mediated communication

Shuyuan Mary Ho, Jonathan M. Hollister
2013 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This poster describes an empirical study that identifies how people attribute gender and detects gender deception in online text-based communication.  ...  The verification of an online conversation partner's identity is a challenge due to the lack of verbal and visual cues in computer-mediated communication.  ...  Our continued efforts in this research stream will focus on collecting larger samples empirically tested with a path analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14505001116 fatcat:wmir5kdo6zcg5k6xknqcoeqa6q

Social Network Structure of a Large Online Community for Smoking Cessation

Nathan K. Cobb, Amanda L. Graham, David B. Abrams
2010 American Journal of Public Health  
QuitNet's community features allow for multiple forms of social support. Communication can occur through asynchronous channels (e.g., private internal e-mail [Qmail] or Objectives.  ...  We delineated subsets of the online community in this core. We collected anonymized registration data for all members of our core sample.  ...  A. L. Graham was responsible for the traditional statistical analyses. All authors helped to conceptualize ideas, interpret findings, and review drafts of the article.  ... 
doi:10.2105/ajph.2009.165449 pmid:20466971 pmcid:PMC2882421 fatcat:qg7jozn3ezbubn6djuyyzc4zby

Cyber-Mediation: Computer-Mediated Communications Medium Massaging the Message

Llewellyn Joseph Gibbons, Robin Molyneaux Kennedy, Jon Michael Gibbs
2002 Social Science Research Network  
But I'm just a soul whose intentions are good Oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood.'  ...  Background Any discussion of online mediation requires an analysis of the context 5 in which the mediation takes place.  ...  Correspondingly, in the course of online mediation, the mediator may become a cultural interpreter to bridge the communications "gap" in online communications." 9 On the Internet, the mediator may no longer  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.315964 fatcat:lucq2zal4vfl3evwqccjys3jcq

Living the VirtuReal: Negotiating Transgender Identity in Cyberspace

Avi Marciano
2014 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication  
The study is based on virtual ethnography and discourse analysis within two online arenas, a newsgroup and a website, which are central to the Israeli transgender community.  ...  This paper examines the ways transgender users manoeuver between online and offline worlds in order to negotiate their complicated gender identity and to overcome offline impediments.  ...  Ribak for her dedicated mentorship and the assistance in publishing this paper. I also want to thank Prof. Gabriel Weimann, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jcc4.12081 fatcat:nqra3lzrn5hahkzykptstmp7zy

Construction of Values in Online and Offline Dating Discourses: Comparing Presentational and Articulated Rhetorics of Relationship Seeking

Jimmie Manning
2013 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication  
United States (mostly white, aged 25-35, gender diverse) provided a copy of their online personal advertisement and participated in an interview.  ...  Results indicate ethos is a primary concern of online daters and limits what can be stated in online profiles.  ...  Of course, deception is also a possibility in online personal advertisements (Hancock & Toma, 2009 ).  ... 
doi:10.1111/jcc4.12037 fatcat:eefh5wxgk5crngu4l66aner6pi

From Jam Session to Recital: Synchronous Communication and Collaboration Around Data in Organizations [article]

Matthew Brehmer, Robert Kosara
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Prior research on communicating with visualization has focused on public presentation and asynchronous individual consumption, such as in the domain of journalism.  ...  In our second study, we grounded the discussion around three design probes, each examining a different aspect of presenting data: the progressive reveal of visualization to direct attention and advance  ...  asynchronous document-centric communication around data.  ... 
arXiv:2107.09042v1 fatcat:wx27d3x5kzdoti2ascujsowxnu

Is a Profile Worth a Thousand Words? How Online Support-Seeker's Profile Features May Influence the Quality of Received Support Messages

Bo Feng, Siyue Li, Na Li
2013 Communication Research  
Although there is an increasing amount of research on support-seeking in cyberspace, very little is known about what features of online support-seeking can enhance the quality of received support.  ...  Results showed that support-seekers whose user profile contained a portrait picture and a first name ID tended to receive higher person-centered and more polite support messages than support-seekers whose  ...  Acknowledgment The authors thank Xuan Tan and Soraya Sacaan Maturana for their assistance in collecting data for this study, and also thank Editor Michael E.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0093650213510942 fatcat:ipstbbavrjhirmid4hxwplxeaa

Digital Youth, Innovation, and the Unexpected

Michael A. Xenos
2009 Information, Communication & Society  
and social communication.  ...  Foreword In recent years, digital media and networks have become embedded in our everyday lives, and are part of broad-based changes to how we engage in knowledge production, communication, and creative  ...  walking in the path of a square.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13691180802552932 fatcat:bat5m7vltndujeaay56rtdrprm

Learning Race and Ethnicity: Youth and Digital Media

Barbara Crow
2009 Information, Communication & Society  
The presence of social communication, professional media, and amateur niche media in shared online spaces introduces a kind of leveling effect, where small media players gain new visibility and the position  ...  Add to this the fact that all forms of media are increasingly being contextualized in an online communication ecology where creative production and expression is inseparable from social communication.  ...  These phrases, while somewhat derogatory in nature, are intended only as a slang means of expression that can be generally accepted by everyone in an effort not to offend or incite, and are not aimed at  ... 
doi:10.1080/13691180802552908 fatcat:f2tko4i24fcc5nxrcgcua4mtju

Effects of Team Emotional Authenticity on Virtual Team Performance

Catherine E. Connelly, Ofir Turel
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
Our pilot study, using content analysis (n = 191 students), suggested that most individuals believe that they can assess others' emotional authenticity in online settings by focusing on the content and  ...  We focus on the effects of the impressions formed in this context, and use social exchange theory to understand how these impressions affect team performance.  ...  Even though communications were asynchronous, response speed (2%) did not appear to be a dominant determinant of emotional authenticity.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01336 pmid:27630605 pmcid:PMC5005960 fatcat:4klimjvmobe37bjkpmpqwpxokq

Antecedents and Consequences of Online Social Interactions

Richard P. Bagozzi, Utpal M. Dholakia, Lisa R. Klein Pearo
2007 Media Psychology  
Further, we examine a number of its key behavioral outcome consequences such as changes in offline interactions with family and friends, engagement in neighborhood activities and hobby groups, and the  ...  Online social interactions occur in many venues, from e-mail lists and Usenet newsgroups to real-time chat-rooms and multiuser domains (MUDs).  ...  boards, and Usenet newsgroups only permit asynchronous communication.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15213260709336804 fatcat:zhibldemonfa3joj6mrf6kpshm

The Dialogic Classroom: Teachers Integrating Computer Technology, Pedagogy, and Research

Jeffrey R. Galin, Joan Latchaw
1999 College composition and communication  
As the twentieth century draws to a close, we find ourselves very much in need of such advice.  ...  We consider this book an important contribution to the profession of English studies because it helps teachers identify strategies for acting productively in the face of social changes that are so rapid  ...  Editor tracks MLA style guidelines, common usage problems, gender-based terms, and clichés rather than performing syntactic analysis.  ... 
doi:10.2307/359048 fatcat:6vapcmkhw5ga3lsi53ymisgzti

Research Note—Privacy Concerns and Privacy-Protective Behavior in Synchronous Online Social Interactions

Zhenhui (Jack) Jiang, Cheng Suang Heng, Ben C. F. Choi
2013 Information systems research  
An empirical study involving 251 respondents was conducted in online chat rooms.  ...  ., they disclose substantial private information in synchronous online social interactions, even though they are aware of the risks involved.  ...  In addition, considering that individuals are not pressured into upholding a communication flow in an asynchronous environment, they may react differently to intrusive communication.  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.1120.0441 fatcat:zw7og6ejuvc5bnlh2vrov5t534

IMPLEMENTATION OF BLENDED LEARNING AS A MODEL OF INFORMATIONAL EDUCATIVE RESOURCE FOR LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGES [chapter]

Elena Shcherbakova, V.O. Sukhomlynsky National University, Ukraine, Svitlana Nikiforchuk, V.O. Sukhomlynsky National University, Ukraine
2020 Innovative scientific researches: European development trends and regional aspect  
The analysis of publications and thesises on the issue of blended learning technologies usage allowed to define a number of distinctive features of blended learning that are represented in this paper.  ...  The purpose of the paper is to summarise and present different approaches to blended learning and to give the example of the way the students implement their text analysis in practice.  ...  The most important is the role of an assistant of the students in choosing an educational path and a consultant on research of educational material.  ... 
doi:10.30525/978-9934-588-38-9-23 fatcat:nal3lbzybzcw5hd5wqvaujxxl4

Privacy Concerns Versus Desire for Interpersonal Awareness in Driving the Use of Self-Disclosure Technologies: The Case of Instant Messaging in Two Cultures

Paul Benjamin Lowry, Jinwei Cao, Andrea Everard
2011 Journal of Management Information Systems  
such individuals as a way to mitigate uncertainty in online interpersonal communication.  ...  While IM is often used for synchronous communication, this technology also allows asynchronous communica- tion.  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222270406 fatcat:3wi7bmwp5rawdbo6yfjni3aa7u
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