These theories are termed cues filtered-out theories.Cues filtered-out theories refer to theories that address the lack of nonverbal cues as being detrimental to online relationship development.The second assumption alludes that impression management is essential in online relationships and participants undertake efforts to ensure particular impressions.
The research will investigate whether there is a connection between the way people behave online and how they interact offline.
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Social information processing theory focuses on the social processes that occur when two or more people are engaged in communication, similar to theories such as social presence theory, social penetration theory, and uncertainty reduction theory.
What makes SIP different from these theories is its distinct focus on communication mediated solely by information and communications technologies.
While the term has traditionally referred to those communications that occur via computer-mediated formats (e.g., instant messages, e-mails, chat rooms), it has also been applied to other forms of text-based interaction such as text messaging.
Social information processing theory argues that online interpersonal relationships may demonstrate the same relational dimensions and qualities as Ft F relationships.The research focuses specifically on the Saudi Arabian culture.While there are many factors that affect online communication, this research focuses on the impact of cultural background as a major determinant of the behavior and self-presentation of women online.Here is the first collection of readings on computer mediated communication focusing exclusively on interpersonal interactions.The essays examine messages via email, twitter, Facebook, websites and blogs; the authors focus their analysis on communication issues of ongoing importance in relational studies such as deception, disclosure, identity, influence, perception, privacy, sexual fidelity, and social support.Social information processing theory is suggesting that although the messages are verbal, communicators "adapt" to the restrictions of online medium, look for cues in the messages from others, and modify their language to the extent that the words compensate for the lack of nonverbal cues.