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Strategic Uses Of Social Technology An Interactive Perspective of Social Psychology (Hardcover)

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Strategic Uses Of Social Technology Birchmeier, Zachary (EDT)/ Dietz-Uhler, Beth (EDT)/ Stasser, Garold (EDT) 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0521899265
ISBN-13: 9780521899260
Sku: 221402975
Publish Date: 9/1/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 6.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  214
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This volume explores how aspects of a situation interact with characteristics of a person to explain our technologically-supported social interactions.
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"A social psychological analysis of computer-supported social interaction Zachary Birchmeier, Beth Dietz-Uhler, and Garold Stasser The use of computer-supported social interaction (CSI) has become a primary feature of communication among individuals, due in part to its structural features (e.g., freedom of time and geographical constraints) and psychological features (e.g., anonymity). As a consequence, many social scientists have investigated the social processes in computer-supported interactions, including online impression formation, relationship development, and group dynamics. Because individuals communicate via the use of computers in many personal, educational, and professional settings, it is important to continue and encourage the study of social processes in such environments. These studies have identified a number of influences on the behaviors (i.e., conformity, economic choices, etc.), thoughts (i.e., attitude change, impression formation, etc.), and, to a lesser degree, physiological/emotional states of people involved in computer-supported interaction. "--

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