About Face Threat: An Analysis of Negative Behaviors in Computer-mediated Communication.
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October 21-23, 2011
“On Face-Work: An analysis of Ritual Elements in Social Interaction”(1967)
“Much of the activity occurring during an encounter can be understood as an effort on everyone’s part to get through the occasion and all the unanticipated and unintentional events that can cast participants in an undesirable light, without disrupting the relationships of the participants”
(Goffman, 1967, p. 41)
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Seeking Synchronicity: Evaluating Virtual Reference Services from User, Non-User, & Librarian Perspectives
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