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Define: COLLABORATIVE WRITING

An inventive process where two or more writers synthesize their perspectives to create a new, shared voice through which to compose texts
e.g. OED, Wikipedia

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Define: SOCIAL READING

The act of reading whilst being connected with each other

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Example: SOCIAL READING

eBooks: can annotate, rate and review

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Define & Exemplify: RECIPROCAL WRITING

The document is shared amongst all writers to simultaneously discuss, draft and respond to suggestions

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Define & Exemplify: WIKI

Web application invented by Ward Cunningham in 1994 that allows anyone to add content and anyone to edit it

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Define & Exemplify: WIKI DESIGN PRINCIPLES

- Openness and trust: if a page is incomplete or inaccurate, anyone can edit it
- Incremental: pages can cite other pages, even those not yet written
- Observable: you can see the changes being made

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Define: 'USES AND GRATIFICATION THEORY'

Media choice and use is motivated by the desire to satisfy or gratify a need or needs

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Define: PROCESS GRATIFICATIONS

Arise from performance of activity

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Define: CONTENT GRATIFICATIONS

Arise from acquiring information

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Define: STANCE

The position people take in relation to oneself, what's said and other people or objects, which is marked through particular forms of language and other meaning making resources

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Define: STANCE TAKER

The person expressing the stance

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Define: STANCE OBJECT

The topic being discussed

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Define: STANCE RESOURCES

Resources being drawn upon

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Define: STANCE ADDRESSEE

Reader or hearer in stance situation