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See alsoabsent presence; mediation; parasocial interaction; presence studies; psychological distance; social presence; suspension of disbelief; telepresence; virtual presence.

1. Being in a particular place at a particular time: as with co-present participants in the phenomenological immediacy of face-to-face interaction.

2. A powerful aura associated with someone or something.

3. In mediated communication or other mediated experiences such as virtual worlds, a phenomenal experience of ‘being there’ in which, for a user who is highly involved, the medium or technology retreats to transparency and the experience feels (on some level) unmediated, akin to face-to-face interaction. It tends to be associated with relatively experienced users of the medium.

Subjects: Media Studies.


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