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    Title: 網路科技對聽障者人際網絡的影響
    Other Titles: The influence of the internet technology on the interpersonal network of deaf people
    Authors: 曹嫚玲;Tsao, Man-Ling
    Contributors: 淡江大學未來學研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 網際網路;人際關係;聽障者;強連結;弱連結;Internet Technology;nterpersonal Relationships;Deaf People;Strong Ties;Weak Ties
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:30:58 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 網路科技的發展及普及,網路的應用更加多樣化,使用的對象也更多元化。現在可利用網路科技接觸到世界各地,延伸每一個人眼界,開拓人際關係,另外網路有匿名性、隱藏性的特點,難以分辨網路使用者的特徵。尤其在網路虛擬中,剛開始認識大多藉由文字溝通為開端,有曾經想過,跟妳/你交談的網友,可能是聽障者嗎?基本在網路世界上,誰會去在乎,網友真實身分,畢竟似真似假,除非是連結到真實生活的交友圈。
    Internet technology today has become highly developed and extremely widespread. Its applications have become increasingly diverse, targeted at consumers from all walks of life. Internet technology helps people keep in contact with acquaintances all around the world, expands individual perspectives, and helps establish interpersonal relationships. In addition, the Internet offers the benefits of anonymity and confidentiality, casting a veil over the identity of users. Cyber relationships generally begin with textual communication. Has it ever occurred to you that the person you are chatting with online may be hard of hearing? The true identity of cyber friends may not be an issue for active Internet users, unless this social circle extends to real life.
    This study employed the anonymity of the Internet to eliminate social cue issues faced by the hard-of-hearing and investigated the influence of the Internet on their interpersonal networks. It was discovered that friction occurs between the interpersonal relationships of deaf people and Internet technology. By dividing the deaf subjects into computers users and non-computer users, the weak and strong links of their interpersonal networks were further revealed.In addition, the differences and similarities between face-to-face communication (FTF) and computer-mediated communication (CMC) were explored. Using FTF and CMC, deaf people are able to develop a greater number of relationships.
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