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Computer Mediated Communication 1st edition by Thurlow, Crispin, Lengel, Lara M. (Martin), Tomic, Alice (2004)

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  • By Rebecca on May 29, 2014

    I use this book for my class, and overall I like it. I like the fact that it does a good job covering a lot theory associated with computer mediated communication. But the book must be updated. We really do need an updated version of this text, because there is nothing like it out there and this is over 10 years old.

  • By E. Mendelson on March 28, 2010

    The links in this textbook on communication don't work. For a book on current technology, the information is dated.

  • By victory89 on September 26, 2012

    I purchased this book used from the Amazon Warehouse for almost half the price of a new book. The condition of this book was listed as "Good", but when I received it, it was more "Like New"! There were no missing or damaged pages, no highlighting, the book seemed as if it had only been open and read a couple of times. I am very pleased with this purchase and I hope to buy more textbooks for college through Amazon!

  • By Blar on December 23, 2013

    This book was totally worthless. It's incredibly outdated and not worth buying if you need it for a class. If you take a class where you need this textbook just drop the class.

  • By Don on March 8, 2016

    Had to buy it for school

  • By George Petrakiev on October 14, 2013

    the book came promptly and although it was full of painting and underlining (more than described) I was still able to use the book.

  • By W Boudville on July 3, 2006

    The book is a serious attempt at analysing how the Internet has affected social dynamics between people. The authors look at issues like virtual identities. This relative anonymity of the net and global reach of the net, often with quick feedback, is unique in history. How and why do people assume a new virtual identity? Various reasons are studied, including the rise of scams.We also see communities on the net. How are these different from real world instances, where people must meet each other in the flesh? The virtuality gives the dynamics of the net interactions a fascinating scope.Pornography is another aspect which has driven net usage. Especially if a user is in a locality where physical porn is banned.


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