The Experience of a Sense of Presence in Intercultural and International Encounters

  title={The Experience of a Sense of Presence in Intercultural and International Encounters},
  author={Gary Fontaine},
  journal={Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments},
The state of consciousness referred to as a sense of presence has received significant attention in research on teleoperator and virtual reality systems. There has apparently been, however, little theoretical development or empirical research associated with the experience of presence. In that regard, it is useful to look at another very different context in which it has received attention. This paper reports on a study recently conducted on the experience of presence in international and… CONTINUE READING
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