Strategi meningkatkan hubungan interpersonal dalam talian dalam kalangan remaja Malaysia

Bolong, Jusang and Tamam, Ezhar and Hassan, Md. Salleh and Abu Hasan, Musa (2010) Strategi meningkatkan hubungan interpersonal dalam talian dalam kalangan remaja Malaysia. Jurnal Pengajian Media Malaysia, 12 (1). pp. 91-109. ISSN 1511-2284

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Abstract

The strategies used by the IRC (Internet Relay Chat) users will determine their level of interpersonal relations in computer-mediated communication. However, the strategies in building relationships between men and women are different. Therefore, this quantitative survey enumerates the different strategies used in improving interpersonal online relationship among teenagers. In-depth interview also has been used in this study to identify the strategies used in building interpersonal relationships through computer-mediated communication. Multi-regression tests are used to analyze the data.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Computer-mediated communication; Social presence theory; Emoticon; Face-to-face communication
Subject:Computer conferencing
Subject:Computer-assisted instruction
Subject:Communication and technology
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Modern Language and Communication
ID Code:16855
Deposited By: Nida Hidayati Ghazali
Deposited On:09 Feb 2012 05:16
Last Modified:13 Dec 2012 03:05

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