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Virtual Behavior

Virutal Behavior vocabulary words

flaming beating someone up verbally by text
boundaries physical, emotional and mental limits we set to protect ourselves from being manipulated, used, or harmed by others
social space group communication that is open to the public; example include a party, meeting, or other kind of gathering in which every can speak
interlational communication across social distances
intimate space very private communication and/ or intimate interaction that is typically one-to-one or one-to-very few in nature
cyberbullying e use of digital media tools such as the Internet and cell phones to deliberately and repeatedly hurt, harass, or embarrass someone else
public space group communication in which there is a clear separation between speaker and listeners, such as lecture, concert, or media broadcast
personal space private communication that occurs among just a few people or in small groups; usually participants need to be invited or granted access to participate
digital community Groups to which we belong to primarily through electronics
proxemic the anthropological study of how people interact with space
citizenship being a member of and supporting your community and country. Citizens have both rights and responsibilities
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