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Face-to-Face Communication over the Internet : Emotions in a Web of Culture, Language, and Technology.

Author/Creator:
Kappas, Arvid.
Publication:
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (310 pages)
Series:
Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction
Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction
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Subjects:
Social networks.
Internet -- Social aspects.
Teleconferencing.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
This book discusses how face-to-face interaction via the Internet affects what we can and will do, and its limitations and potential benefits.
Contents:
Cover
Half-title
Series-title
Title
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
Preface
Contributors
Abbreviations
Introduction Electronically mediated face-to-face communication: issues, questions, and challenges
Structure and contents of this book
General aspects of visual cues in CMC
Video- and avatar-based communication
Emotions and visual cues in HCI
Where do we go from here?
References
Part 1 General aspects of visual cues in computer-mediated communication
Chapter 1 Visual cues in computer-mediated communication: sometimes less is more
Theoretical attraction to nonverbal cues and CMC
Inconsistent support and challenges
Still pictures
Videoconferencing
Ease, effort, and optimal multiplicity
An (in)efficiency framework of multimedia benefits
Social interaction as social interaction
Conclusion
References
Chapter 2 To be seen or not to be seen: the presentation of facial information in everyday telecommunications
A recognition revolution?
Facial information as genres
Copies
Allegories and fictional stories
Affect triggers
Conclusion: new sources for the irresistible power of recognition
Acknowledgments
References
Chapter 3 Gendered social interactions in face-to-face and computer-mediated communication
Introduction
Gender differences in face-to-face interaction
Interaction in CMC: the role of gender cues
The role of emotions and nonverbal displays in FTFC
Emotion communication in CMC
Gender differences in emotional CMC
Conclusion
References
Part 2 Video- and avatar-based communication
Chapter 4 Nonverbal communication and cultural differences: issues for face-to-face communication over the internet
Introduction
Nonverbal communication in face-to-face interaction and its functions.
The videoconference via the internet: pros and cons
Intercultural implications (aspects) of nonverbal communication
Conclusion
References
Chapter 5 Video-linking emotions
Theoretical background
Specific characteristics of video-mediated communication
Restriction of movement and orientation
Sensory information
Temporal parameters
Being there
What difference does VMC make?
Effects of transmission delay on interpersonal affect
Method
Results
Conclusions
Implications
References
Chapter 6 Impact of social anxiety on the processing of emotional information in video-mediated interaction
The relationship between internet use and social adjustment
Why the internet might be appealing to socially anxious individuals
Patterns of use of the internet by socially anxious individuals
Potential impact of the introduction of multichannel communication on the internet for socially anxious individuals
Nonverbal facial information processing in socially anxious individuals
Attentional biases
Evaluative deficits and biases
Conclusions and implications for multichannel internet communication
Conclusions and future directions
Acknowledgments
References
Chapter 7 Facing the future: emotion communication and the presence of others in the age of video-mediated communication
Technological considerations
The concept of presence
Facial communication of emotion under minimal physical presence
Decomposing physical co-presence
Conclusions
References
Chapter 8 Virtual gestures: embodiment and nonverbal behavior in computer-mediated communication
Introduction
The role of NVB in CMC
Discourse functions of NVB
Dialogue functions of NVB
Socioemotional functions of NVB
Evaluation (immediacy cues)
Potency (dominance cues)
Activity (responsiveness cues).
Analyzing the effects of embodiment: setups and paradigms
Technical specifications and psychological implications
The virtual communication environment
Research questions and paradigms
Conclusion
References
Part 3 Emotions and visual cues in human-computer interaction
Chapter 9 Emotions in human-computer interaction
Introduction
Emotions and sociality in HCI
Potential of emotionally intelligent expression in HCI
Developments in emotional perceptual intelligence
Discussion
Acknowledgments
References
Chapter 10 Embodiment and expressive communication on the internet
Humans are social - but what about human-machine communication?
Evolutionary constraints on communication
Confidence and trust - feedback in communication with virtual agents
Feedback in conversational agents
Bodily expression as a feedback device: the mapping problem
Control architecture: emotion theories, feedback, and facial expression
Constructing control architecture: appraisal
Constructing facial expressions and body postures
Implementing FACS on a 3D computer face
Methods of stimulus generation and presentation
2D regression analysis of pleasure and arousal on AU activation
Reconstruction of basic emotions in the PA space
Modeling emotional postures
Modeling muscle contraction speed and dynamics
Head movements
Putting it all together: timing issues
Expression simulation in communication over the internet
References
Index.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Krämer, Nicole C.
Other format:
Print version: Kappas, Arvid Face-to-Face Communication over the Internet
ISBN:
9781139090841
9780521853835
OCLC:
739096600