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MODELS OF SELF-PRESENTATIONAS SUPPLIED BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN REMOTE LECTURES

MODELS OF SELF-PRESENTATIONAS SUPPLIED BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN REMOTE LECTURES
Anna Ślósarz

Abstract: Social interactions are an important aspect of online courses. Yet the models of self-presentation in online courses are still unexplored. This study reports on how university students presented themselves during two remote university-wide lectures, when the participants did not know one another. Two factors were examined: 1. User's profiles. Automatically an email address was given, and the courses, in which the participant was logged. The user provided his/her own photograph and possibly a text. 2. The familiarization forum. Each student placed: the title of post, a text and photographs showing his/her everyday practices. It turned out that the texts, especially the photographs showed the students as consumers. They did not present scientific interests or research.
Keywords: user’s profile, familiarization forum, self-presentation, photograph, consumption.
MODELS OF SELF-PRESENTATION AS SUPPLIED BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN REMOTE LECTURES.pdf
 
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