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The Inside Text: Social, Cultural and Design Perspectives on SMS (Computer Supported Cooperative Work) [Hardcover]

R. Harper , L. Palen , A. Taylor

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Table of Contents

Contributors Inside Text: An Introduction Section One: Text versus Talk Changing Cultures of Written Communication: Letter-E-mail-SMS Language in SMS – a socio-linguistic view Please reply! The replying norm in adolescent SMS communication Nascent Communication Genres within SMS and MMS Section Two: Texting and the Moral order of Place From voice to Text: continuity and change in the use of mobile phones in France and Japan Intimate Connections: Contextualizing Japanese youth and mobile messaging The Breakthrough of Text Messaging in Finland SMS Use Among Deaf Teens and Young Adults in Norway Mobile Communications vis-à-vis Teen Emancipation, Peer Group Integration and Deviance Desire and Loathing in the Cyber Philippines Section Three: Designer’s Text Usability of Issues of Sending Text Messages Design for Richer Reachability: Mobile inspection in building maintenance Working Text: Texting Work Gift of the Gab Swarm: Text messaging designed to enhance social coordination Default Thinking: Why consumer products fail Index

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