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authors Sudweeks, F. and Rafaeli, S.
year 1995
title How do you get a hundred strangers to agree: Computer mediated communication and collaboration
source T. M. Harrison and T. D. Stephen (Eds.), Computer Networking and Scholarly Communication in the Twenty-First-Century University. New York: SUNY Press
summary This chapter is an introspective account of the formation and implementation experiences of a large international group of researchers who are using computer-mediated communication to study computer-mediated communication. We describe the genesis and ongoing development of the study, focusing on issues of consensus formation as guidelines were sought on the ethical implications of the study, and the integrity and autonomy of scientific enquiry. We critically examine the notions of global village, social presence, conversation as a universal ideal, and interactivity in a computer-mediated collaborative environment.
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