Communications And Media

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Communications and Media

Communications and Media


Social psychology is the study of peculiar behaviour, and psychological structures and processes as both outcomes of and influences on interpersonal relationships, the functioning of groups, other collective forms, and culturally defines macro-social structures and processes.

Interpersonal communication is a dynamic and complex human phenomenon that includes at least two communicators. These communicators intentionally orient each other as both subject and object whose actions embody each other's perspectives both toward self and toward other. In essence, interpersonal communication is a goal-driven interaction between at least two people that typically occurs in a face-to-face environment (Atkinson and John 1984, 45).

Oral communication describes any interaction that makes use of spoken words, and it is a vital integral part of the business world, especially in an era dubbed the information age. "The ability to communicate effectively through speaking as well as in writing highly valued, and demanded, in business" Herta A. Murphy, Herbert W. Hildebrandt, and Jane Thomas wrote in their book Effective Business Communications. "Knowing the content of the functional areas of business is important, but to give life to those ideas—in meetings or in solo presentations—demands an effective oral presentation”. The types of oral communication commonly used within an organization include staff meetings, personal discussions, presentations, telephone discourse, and informal conversation. Oral communication with those outside of the organization might take the form of face-to-face meetings, telephone calls, speeches, teleconferences, or video conferences (Murphy, Herbert & Jane 1997, 45-47).

Mass communication after a stunning development that has occurred on the world at the beginning of the nineteenth century and the discovery of many inventions, the world entered the era of mass communication, which was through access to a large segment of society and took the media, which later became a traditional role in changing the lives and customs of the peoples and the world has become a small village thanks to the astonishing development in the world of communication (Baron and Kenny 1986, 1173).

Interactive communication after the entry of the Internet and other developments stunning in the world of media, such as conferences and remote visual communication has become a media than a world of mass communication, where could the computer and managed the information society of the integration of mass communication inventions electronic Vtm develop means of interactive communication in which the sender and the future to communicate with each other and the sender can measure the number of recipients for his briefing.

This research program focuses on the rhythm and temporality in electronic communication through interactions mediated by the Internet. This is to observe and study the language and social practices emerging in several different online communities (chat, exchange videophone, desktop environments, network games, forums as part of distance education ...) and within diverse communities (verbal interaction in English, Moroccan Arabic, Berber, French, Italian, Japanese, Malagasy, Swedish) which shaped as much by the time constraints implied by the sociocultural and socio-cognitive of each web. This research also aims to contribute to discussions on ethnographically situated cognition that ...
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