Cell Phones and the Intrapersonal Communication Bubble
This podcast is the result of an ethnography assignment for Anthropology 103. The group's intention was to investigate whether or not cell phone usage prevents students from forming friendships at Parkland College. Their findings led them to conclude that cell phones were having a negative impact on the way students communicated with one another. They also noted that there appeared to be differences in the perception of the problem based on age and gender.
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Anderson, Caleb; Miller, Devon; and Moore, Logan, "Cell Phones and the Intrapersonal Communication Bubble" (2015). Ethnographies of Parkland Student Life. 15.
Devon Miller, student of Anthropology 103, reflects on ethnography assignment for project, Ethnographies of Parkland Student Life
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