[Air-l] allocution, consultation, conversion and registration on the internet
Chris.Heidelberg at ssa.gov
Fri May 26 08:19:18 PDT 2006
Can you give me full citation of Bordewijk & Van Kaam (1982) and Van Dyk as well. I am creating a training module for a national government Internet team. I am trying to explain this change as being driven in part by convergence and sociology. I may also use it in my dissertation.
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Subject: [Air-l] allocution, consultation,conversion and registration on the internet
Doing research about communication online, the model of information-flow of Bordewijk & Van Kaam (1982) (Van Dyk has based his model on this one) seems to be very popular to show the change of the communication pattern from allocution to consultation and conversation.
So far, I'm in.
My question is for those who know this model well: what's the exact definition of the 'registration' pattern and could you give an example?
Is RSS or google-alerts an example of registration?
Thanx for the help in advance!
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