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anonymous somone who does not reveal there name
comments or posting messages people write on a website message board
message board a website were a group can gather and communicate through chat or message posting
email messages sent throug the internet
cyberbully someone who picks on, harasses, or embarrasses a target over and over again using technology, such as the internet or cellphones
insulting rude or hurtful
harass to bother repeatedly
password a specieal word that you use to ge into your own network and Web accounts
insecure lack of confidencs
screen name or username the name that someone uses online
webmaster a person who is in charge of a website
media different ways people comunicate with others, such as newspapers, television, radio, and the internet
authorship the origin of a piece of work; usually the person or people who constructed it
format the way communication is presented; each type has a unique set of creative tools and techniques to help form the message
audience The people who recieve a communication; different people understand the message in different ways
Content A message or messages in a particular communication; some of these are embedded values and ideas.
Purpose The reason a communication is made; might be informing, persuading, selling, entertaining, or a combination.
influence To cuase someone to beleive or feel something.
Construct deliberatly create a message
deconsruct deliberatly examine a message to understand the whole meaning.
embedded assumptions made about values, attitudes, and points of view that are important but not always obvious parts of a media message
Created by: mrspowell2