Business in the Front, Party in the #Backchannel
Backchanneling – maintaining real-time online conversations alongside the primary group activity or live spoken remarks – is a growing part of our mobile-enhanced, networked world. Backchanneling is now prominent in many contexts, including presidential debates, conferences, and classrooms. As such, backchanneling offers possibilities and challenges for communication scholars, including carnival, collaboration, bricolage, and performance. This panel will present various theories and practices of backchanneling and encourages backchanneling from audience members through the Twitter hashtag #csca14bc.
Herrmann, Andrew F.. 2014. Business in the Front, Party in the #Backchannel. Paper presentation. Central States Communication Association Convention, Minneapolis, MN. http://www.csca-net.org/aws/CSCA/asset_manager/get_file/76464?ver=25416
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