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COM105 Exam 3 studyguide
Communication in Global Contexts
Dr. Dixon
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Exam 3 Study Guide The following will appear on your exam 3. Please ask any clarifying questions during the review  class. As always, your readings assigned for the social/digital media module are fair game for the exam. Be sure to read them.  What is CMC?   The three theoretical perspectives of CMC (i.e., psychology, sociology, and ethics). How  do they relate to CMC?  Technological determinism and its main arguments  Social determinism and its main arguments  Social Information Processing (SIP) Theory   What is impression formation (hint: it relates to SIP theory)  Research on face­to­face versus CMC. Do we disclose more about ourselves via CMC  rather than FtF contexts? How might the answer relate to uncertainty reduction theory?  Hyper­personal model. Know the details of its components (e.g., Sender, Receiver,  Channel, Feedback)  Butler lies in texting. What is it and how does technology allow for it to occur?   Do we lie more talking on the phone or via text? What does the research say?  Fake consumer reviews: How do we spot a fake review from a real one, according to  research?  Online dating and deception: What do people generally lie about in their online dating  profiles? Do men and women lie the same or differently?  Social media and self­esteem. Research shows what relationship between social media  use (i.e., Facebook) and self­esteem?  Social media and mood: Research shows what relationship between social media use  (i.e., Facebook) and mood? (hint: be sure to read your assigned reading on the Facebook  mood experiment).  Social media and grades. Research shows what relationship between social media use and academic grades?  Societal problems with social media use: (bullying, accidents, revenge porn,  unintentional PR disasters).  Social media as a public relations tool for organizations. How they can be used to manage a crisis (e.g., airline disasters) and how they can create a crisis (e.g., #MyNYPD, # JPM).  North Korean hacking scandal and its effect on commercial speech.  Silk Road’s global effect on drug trafficking.  Norms of journalism and what they mean (i.e., Political norms, Economic norms, and  Journalism norms)  Online comments and their influence on news consumers  Ethics debate surrounding online comments (Why would it be good/bad to ban them?  Why would it be good/bad to allow them?)  What is a gatekeeper journalist?  Citizen journalism and its global impact  Unintended problems with citizen journalism (e.g., Boston Bombing)  Arab Spring protests and the role of social media  The outcomes of the Arab Spring (i.e., rise of ISIS in Syria, civil wars in Yemen,  unstable government in Libya, and short reign of democratically­elected president in  Egypt)  Restrictions on online speech and the ways that citizens adapt (review youtube clip on  Chinese internet censorship – link is posted on blackboard).  The rise of Wikileaks and its effect on global diplomacy and questions about free speech  (review youtube video – link is posted on blackboard)


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