WVU COMM 316 - What are the Communication Issues Facing a Global Identity (Part 2) (3 pages)

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Lecture number:
21
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
West Virginia University
Course:
Comm 316 - Intercultural Communication
Edition:
1
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COMM 316 1st Edition Lecture 21 Outline of Last Lecture I Wired and One The Roar of the Internet A II The Transformation of Local and Global Identities A B C D E F G H III Local Identity Global Identity Third Identity The Lens of Television Identity Formation Global Television Impact Be Hip Be Hot and Pop Culture Impact Outsourced Beats You are What You Can Dance to You are What You Wear Pop Culture as Fashion Who and What Are e netizens A B C IV The Internet as Our Central Station Defining the Background of e netizens Characteristics of an e netizen Identity Inverted Pyramid of e netizen Identity The Dialectical Pulls of an e netizen Spatial Zone Dialectics Outline of Current Lecture V The Dialectical Pulls of an e netizen A Spatial Zone Dialectics B VI The Tipping Point Communication Pattern Changes A B C D E VII Temporal Zone Dialectics Gadget Communication Patterns Fast and Furious Sharing Intimate Partners with a Gadget Language Styles Text Tweet Talk Communicating to be Social Change Agents Present but Virtual Personal Identities in flux The Global Face Current Lecture The Dialectical Pulls of an e netizen o Spatial Zone Dialectics Internet provides privacy and anonymity and shared communal space Individuals experience solitude and tribal pole Individuals access the Internet in private space within solitude pole Web community allows individuals to interact without face to face contact Too much in the tribal pole and one may find themselves addicted o Temporal Zone Dialectics Internet is allowing individuals to move between monochronic and polychronic time Monotrack focus working on one project at a time Multitrack focus tending to multiple e net tasks or activities Monotrack e netizens concentrate on one project at a time via one medium Multitrack e netizens can surf text and blog at the same time Being in doing e net philosophy individuals fuse being with doing mode value dimensions Example being with friends on Facebook while doing other tasks The Tipping



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