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absent presence

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies.

1. In poststructuralist theory, a concept most closely associated with Derrida, for whom it refers to the mythical status of the supposed hub of any system of ideas (see also d...

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affiliation

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See also extraversion.

1. (social psychology) Liking, or the degree to which one individual likes another. According to Argyle, this is the most important...

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ASL

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In the online parlance that grew up around Internet Relay Chat (IRC), an acronym standing for Age, Sex, Location—a request (normally terminated with a question-mark) for the other party in...

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audience effect

Overview page. Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

The effect of an audience on the performance of an athlete. The relationship between audience and the performer is complex, and is determined by the interaction of the particular factors...

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big close-up

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies.

In photography, film, and television, a standard shot size which shows a detail of a foreground subject filling the entirety of the screen. A BCU of a person would show their face from...

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close-up

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In photography, film, and television, a standard shot size which shows a foreground subject that fills the screen. A CU of a person would show their face and shoulders, cutting off the top...

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communication

Overview page. Subjects: Arts and Humanities — Marketing.

The result of any action (physical, written, or verbal) that conveys meanings between two individuals. In the context of marketing, the marketer wants the communication, in the form of a...

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co-presence

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies.

1. Most broadly, any close occurrence of different things: see also clutter; collocation; contiguity; juxtaposition.

2. The simultaneous presence of...

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cuelessness

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A relative shortage or absence of social cues in particular forms of interpersonal communication (e.g. sound only) compared with other forms having a greater aggregate of usable social cues...

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direct address

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Communication that is explicitly indicated as being targeted at a current listener, reader, or viewer as an individual. In face-to-face interaction, this is when you are being spoken to or...

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