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garfield vocabulary

anonymous someone who does not reveal their name.
comments or posting messages people write on a website message board.
message board a website where a group can gather and communicate through chat or message posting.
email messages you get through the internet.
cyber-bully someone who picks on, harasses, or embarrasses over and over again using technology, such as the internet or cell phones.
insulting rude or hurtful.
harass to bother repeatedly.
password a special word you use to get into your own network or web accounts.
insecure lack of confidence
screen name or user name the name that someone uses online.
webmaster a person who is in charge of a website.
media internet. different people communicate 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 a communication is presented each type of unique set of creative tools and techniques to help form the message.
audience the people who receive a communication different people understand the message in different ways.
content a message or messages in 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 cause someone to believe or feel something.
construct deliberately create a message.
deconstruct deliberately 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
fact something that can be proven to be true or not
opinion something that someone believes but isn't necessarily true for everyone
verify to examine something to make sure it is true or not
true something that can be shown to be real
false something that can be shown to be not real
message a piece of communication between people
media internet. different people communicate with others such as newspapers, television, radio, and the internet
internet a communication system that connects computers all over the world; also known as the web
expert someone who has studied a great deal about a particular subject
misinformation information that is not a fact but that appears to be a fact; sometimes on purpose
blog a type of website where people (even kids!!) write about things that interest them
Created by: mrspowell2