Tag Archives: interpersonal communication

Buses as Public Spheres (II of II)

This is a follow-up to Tuesday’s post, during which I shared some personal benefits of my choice to start using public buses again and then began a conversation about broader communication implications of riding buses. Below I add some quick … Continue reading

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All The World’s a Stage: Identity Management

Monday I wrote about spring break, consumption of alcohol among some university students, and Facebook (FB); I discussed how a good number of university students seem to purposefully construct their identity on FB in a way that makes them look like … Continue reading

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Three Romantic Relationship Tips

Today is the historic day citizens of the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and France have chosen to associate with love. Not just any kind of love, mind you, but that undefined, illusive, at some points frustrating, … Continue reading

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D(r)eactivating Facebook: Taking Back Control

Last Tuesday I deactivated my Facebook (FB) account for one week as part of an experiment to see just how big a part of my life it has become.  As I said last week, Often times we do not realize … Continue reading

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