Communication

Scenario: Breaking up with a significant other

Communication Method: Face-to-Face

Reason: I would do it face to face because they are my significant other and i feel like i have to tell them face to face to let them know properly with emotions.

What Data is available: The break up with emotion

Who is accessible to the data: The significant other

What can be learned from the data in Aggregate: That most people will like to do it that way too

 

Scenario: Asking parents permission to do something when you think they will likely say ‘No’

Communication Method:  Face-to-Face

Reason: I would do it face to face because if i did it face to face they would have most likely thought about it because i could beg and tell them in complete description who is going and where we are going

What Data is available: Asking to go to a place

Who is accessible to the data: My parents

What can be learned from the data in Aggregate: People will do the same thing

 

 

Scenario:Get help on homework

Communication Method: Snap chat or Kik

Reason:so they could send me pictures of the homework with the right page number

What Data is available: the question of what homework i have

Who is accessible to the data: My friends in that class

What can be learned from the data in Aggregate: The answer to that homework

 

 

Scenario:Gossip about someone not around you

Communication Method: Snap chat

Reason: The conversation could erase in 10 seconds and so nobody around you could hear too.

 

 

Scenario:Gossip about someone who could hear you if you spoke

Communication Method: Snap chat

Reason: The conversation could erase in 10 seconds and so nobody around you could hear too, like the person that i am talking about.

How does the type of data being exchanged affect what method you choose:  It affects the method that you use because if you need to tell emotion or something that wont be able without face to face or you have to say it through electronic device because of something else.

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