VIDEO: Computer-Mediated Communication and Hyperpersonal Interaction - UCSD-TV - University of California Television
Computer-Mediated Communication and Hyperpersonal Interaction
Date: 9/19/2018; 29 minutes
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Communicating through the Internet is different than face-to-face interaction. No matter how familiar people are with email, chat, and the web, differences in the availability of nonverbal cues lead people to underestimate the interpersonal and emotional impact of online interaction. Joe Walther (UCSB Communication) explores the hyperpersonal model of communication and explains how people actually create more intense impressions and relationships as they influence each other online, often more positive than those occurring face-to-face. The results of studies from several online settings show how we and our communication partners sometimes unwittingly affect our perceptions of others and ourselves through computer-mediated interaction. Recorded on 07/11/2018. (#34027)

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