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Presentation
Identity Construction through Active Listening in an Online Environment
The Qualitative Report Conference
  • Sarah J. Hammill
Location
Room 2077
Format Type
Paper
Start Date
January 2011
End Date
January 2011
Abstract
This research examines how technology manifests itself in the social & psychological construction of identity. Using an active listening assessment scale, 20 online chat interview transcripts were analyzed. Additionally, follow-up interviews were conducted with the participants for their reactions to interviewing online. The study suggests that interviewing online is a plausible means for cultural identity studies, and that online chat rooms are a possible medium for the telling of narratives.
Comments
Breakout Session C
Citation Information
Sarah J. Hammill. "Identity Construction through Active Listening in an Online Environment" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/hammills/3/