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meta-information parts of communication that are lost in cyberspace, such as voice tone, body language, and context.
interlational communication communication across social distances
digital citizens those who use the internet regularly and effectively on a daily basis
multimodality multiple pathways to the same information through various types of media
intimate space private communication that is typically one-to-one or one-to-very few in nature.
proxemics the anthropological study of how people interact with space.
personal space private communication that occurs among just a few people or in small groups; typically participants need to be invited or granted access to participate.
social space group communication that is open to the public; a gathering in which everyone can speak
public space one-to-many group communication in which there is a clear separation between speaker and listeners; typically there is no expectation of or desire for interaction on the part of the listener.
digital native a person who has lived their entire life in the digital age.
Created by: svore