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  1. Telepresence and Tele-Absence: A Phenomenology of the Visible Alien Online.Norm Friesen - 2014 - Phenomenology and Practice 8 (1):17-31.
    Proliferating media forms, from tablets to Twitter, are changing communicative practice, delimiting new experiential horizons, and thus providing phenomenological research with novel variations on the experience of self and other. Videoconferencing via Skype or FaceTime offers prominent examples of these changing forms. Despite the use of these communication technologies in both educational contexts and everyday life, educational videoconferencing has been described in the research literature as β€œa hidden mode of delivery, employing invisible pedagogical techniques.” In this study I address this (...)
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