Creating Community by Chatting It Up Around The Virtual Kitchen Table - DOLL COLLECTORS COLLABORATING NARRATIVE STRUCTURES AND SOCIAL INTERACTIONS ON A WEB BASED FORUM

by Higgs, Kim
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Higgs, Kim Creating Community by Chatting It Up Around The Virtual Kitchen Table - DOLL COLLECTORS COLLABORATING NARRATIVE STRUCTURES AND SOCIAL INTERACTIONS ON A WEB BASED FORUM
Higgs, Kim - Creating Community by Chatting It Up Around The Virtual Kitchen Table - DOLL COLLECTORS COLLABORATING NARRATIVE STRUCTURES AND SOCIAL INTERACTIONS ON A WEB BASED FORUM

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The significance and value of narrative structuring online exposes the subtle ways The Forum members exchanged their personal knowledge. Collaborating social interactions through narrative structuring relied heavily on word usage, a common understanding of the words being used, and a commonality among the peoples who populate this online community.The General Topics area of The Forum provided the categories that were analyzed. Each of the discussion groupings was deconstructed to review the discussion threads pertinent to the study: 1) Issues raised regarding health of members and family are important; 2) Shared similar values regarding relationships; 3) Conversations about dolls provided a feeling of sameness; 4) Expressed that they enjoyed coming together to discuss their doll collections; 5)Shared family stories provides them with a feeling of connectedness; 6) Are enthusiastic about interacting with one another; 7) Became emotional when discussing events occurring in their lives; 8) Vented whatever was bothering them and knew they would be supported; and 9) Expressed that acceptance was important to them.

Contributors

Author:
Higgs, Kim

Further information

Biography Artist:
Kim is a lecturer for the Communication Program at the University of North Dakota. She received her Bachelor degree (1998), her Masters degree (2000) and her Doctorate of Philosophy (2008) in Communication from UND.
Language:
Englisch
Number of Pages:
224
Media Type:
Taschenbuch
Publisher:
VDM Verlag Dr. Müller

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.013 m; 0.381 kg
GTIN:
09783639320930
DUIN:
SMKEC0M04F4
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