Jo Ann M. Brooks

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Although virtual interactions are often assumed to be separate and distinct from the " real world, " they are ultimately situated in material reality. In this paper I propose that a situated approach to understanding virtuality can be drawn from Goffman's Frame Analysis (1974/1986). I explain how Goffman's terminology and concepts afford a powerful way of(More)
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