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Chapter 13-15

COM 1040 Chapter 13-15: Chapters 13-15
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Spring 2017

Department
Communication
Course Code
COM 1040
Professor
Martha L.Antolik
Chapter
13-15

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COM 1040 P a t c h e t t | 1
KEY TERM DEFINITIONS
Chapter 13
Concurrent media use Use of two or more media systems simultaneously
Technological Determinism Belief that technologies determine social structure, cultural values,
and even how people think (compare with social shaping of technology and social construction
of technology)
Social Construction of Technology Belief that people determine the development of
technology and ultimately determine social structure and cultural value (compare with social
shaping of technology and technological determinism)
Social Shaping of Technology belief that both people and technologies exert influence on
social structure and cultural values (compare with social construction of technology and
technological determination)
Socialization Impact of Media depictions of relationships in media provide models of behavior
that inform people about how to engage in relationships
Media Equation People use the same social rules and expectations when interacting with
technology as they do with other people
Parasocial Relationships relationships established with media characters and personalities
Media Literacy The learned ability to access, interpret, and evaluate media products
Technology and Media Profile A compilation of your technology and media preferences and
general use of technology and media; informs others about who you are as a person or at least the
persona you are trying to project
Relational Technologies such technologies as cellphones, iPods, and PDAs whose use has
relational functions and implications in society and within specific groups
Technology and Media Generations Those differentiated by unique technology grammar and
consciousness based on the technological and media environment in which they are born
Micro coordination The unique management of social interaction made possible through cell
phones
Core Ties People with whom you have a very close relationship and are in frequent contact; a
person often discusses important matters in life with these people and often seeks their assistance
in times of need (compare with significant ties)
Significant Ties people who are more than mere acquaintances but with whom a strong
connection does not exist; a person is not overly likely to talk with these people or seek help
from these people, but they are still there when needed

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COM 1040 P a t c h e t t | 1 KEY TERM DEFINITIONS Chapter 13 Concurrent media use – Use of two or more media systems simultaneously Technological Determinism – Belief that technologies determine social structure, cultural values, and even how people think (compare with social shaping of technology and social construction of technology) Social Construction of Technology – Belief that people determine the development of technology and ultimately determine social structure and cultural value (compare with social shaping of technology and technological determinism) Social Shaping of Technology – belief that both people and technologies exert influence on social structure and cultural values (compare with social construction of technology and technological determination) Socialization Impact of Media – depictions of relationships in media provide models of behavior that inform people about how to engage in relationships Media Equation – People use the same social rules and expectations when interacting with technology as they do with other people Parasocial Relationships – “relationships” established with media characters and personalities Media Literacy – The learned ability to access, interpret, and evaluate media products Technology and Media Profile – A compilation of your technology and media preferences and general use of technology and media; informs others about who you are as a person or at least the persona you are trying to project Relational Technologies – such technologies as cellphones, iPods, and PDAs whose use has relational functions and implications in society and within specific groups Technology and Media Generations – Those differentiated by unique technology grammar and consciousness based on the technological and media environment in which they are born Micro coordination – The unique management of social interaction made possible through cell phones Core Ties – People with whom you have a very close relationship and are in frequent contact; a person often discusses important matters in life with these people and often seeks their assistance in times of need (compare with significant ties) Significant Ties – people who are more than mere acquaintances but with whom a strong connection does not exist; a person is not overly likely to talk with these people or seek help from these people, but they are still there when needed COM 1040 P a t c h e t t | 2 Synchronous Communication – Communication in which people interact in real time and can at once both send and receive messages (contrast with asynchronous communication) Asynchronous Communication – Communication in which there is a slight or prolonged delay between the message and they response; the interactants must alternate between sending and receiving messages (contrast with synchronous communication) Emoticons – text-based symbols used to express emotions online, often to alleviate problems associated with a lack of nonverbal cues Chapter 14 Attitudes – learned predispositions to evaluate something in a positive or negative way that guides people’s thinking and behavior Beliefs – What a person holds to be true or false Values – Deeply held and enduring judgements of significance or importance that often provide the basis for both beliefs and attitudes Given Belief – A belief that the majority of people in an audience will view as either true or false Speech to Convince – a speech delivered in an attempt to impact audience thinking; encompasses a primary claim, or essentially what the speaker is trying to convince the audience to believe Claim of Policy – A claim maintaining that a course of action should or should not be taken Claim of Value – A claim maintaining that something is good or bad, beneficial or detrimental, or another evaluative criterion Claim of Facts – A claim maintaining that something is true or false Claim of Conjecture – A claim maintaining that something will be true or false in the future Speech to Actuate – A speech that is delivered in an attempt to impact audience behavior Foot-In-The-Door Technique – Sequential method of persuasion that involves making a small request and then following up with a second, larger request Door-In-Th
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