As an outlet of communication between internet users, digital social media has created opinionated engagement between people that have similar and often contrasting views, just like those in face-to-face communication (Mckenna & Bargh, 2014). The problem is that these digital conversations occur in a synthetic environment, causing users to develop alternative psychological patterns of engagement (Lauren & Hsieh, 2014), that could potentially push them to inadvertently or unknowingly create and participate in negative social interaction with others.
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- technical communication
- Social Research
- CMC analysis
- coherent social media
- negative social engagement
- negative social media
- rhetorical civility
- social media heuristic
- Online social networks
- Online etiquette--Methodology.
- Online etiquette
- Politeness (Linguistics)--Methodology.
- Politeness (Linguistics)
- Partial requirement for: M.S., Arizona State University, 2016Note typethesis
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 65-71)Note typebibliography
- Field of study: Communication