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30 Journal of Technical

30 Journal of Technical Writing and Communication Vol. 45 No. 1 2015 ween Asian and North American writers via a series of examples of business correspondence, specifically letters sent by e-mail, primarily from Chinese students to her in the United States. Chapter 7 is a collaboratively authored piece by a group of international scholars that concerns, in a fashion similar to Barnum’s piece, how professional writers prepare for writing in international settings. III. Cross-cultural collaborations and learning environments In the final three chapters of the book, an emphasis is placed upon the pedagogical. These last essays concentrate on the multiple ways in which learning occurs through cross-cultural, electronically mediated communication in a diverse set of learning-intensive environments. The authors in this final section attempt to connect their research to both teachers of technical communication and practitioners in the field. Chapter 8 is another group-authored essay that analyzes, through the lenses of three disciplinary perspectivesvisual communication, anthropology, and computer sciencethe various ways in which existing instructional design and communication technologies «bridge geographic, digital, and cultural divides» (p. 185) thus helping to facilitate international collaboration. In Chapter 9, Judith Strother is concerned with how cultural implications should be considered with regard to the cultural adaptation of a cyber-education program. She presents a case study of a web-based «aviation English» course to «illustrate the complex and multifaceted aspects of culturenational, professional, and pedagogical» (p. 207) that potentially influence and shape how training is conceptualized, designed, and ultimately delivered, as well as how the trainees interact with the course materials in the cyber environment. In the final chapter of this anthology, Sipai Klien and Sharon Trujillo Lalla focus on «digital ecologies» and the intercultural interaction that occurs in learning management systems. The authors are speaking primarily to technical communicators and «provide observations» (p. 229) for those who facilitate and design training and curriculum for a diverse set of people in multicultural online learning environments. The authors are speaking primarily to technical communicators and «provide observations» (p. 229) for those who facilitate and design training and curriculum for a diverse set of people in multicultural online learning environments. By highlighting both the pros and cons of learning managements systems, the authors argue for the importance of making clear to future re- Brasher, Stephen H. Book Review: Culture, Communication, and Cyberspace searches in the field of technical communication the importance of bridging the gap (p. 229) in online intercultural communication. Conclusion It is vital that teachers and practitioners of technical communication considerwith the ever increasing globalization of the marketplace and the collapse of space and time effected by electronic mediathe importance of intercultural communication (factoring the intercultural into the technical writing classroom), as well as the ethical implications associated with such complex discourse. The essays that comprise Culture, Communication, and Cyberspace are learned and do help navigate some of the increasingly complex territory between media and culture. However, more specific attention could be paid by the authors to the ethical and ideological issues associated with intercultural communication how does one resist the pull toward an objectivist epistemology, for example, as the standard to mediate between competing cultural values particularly if research or site design is being corporately funded? There is insufficient attention paid to how ideological differences are to be negotiated in these cross-cultural communication contexts. The book is ultimately thoughtful, especially if you’re a practitioner working in a global or intercultural context, but there is scant pedagogical advice offered (save for chapters 6 and 7) that can be readily used by teachers of technical communication in the classroom. Culture, Communication and Cyberspace is an important and relevant collection of essays on global communication, but more directed at practitioners than teachers. Stephen H. Brasher University of Minnesota 31 32 MARLENE ANGELICA SJONSTI-BJØRNSEN BACHELOR MEDIEDESIGN NTNU I GJØVIK

SPESIFIKASJONER Vises i 100% Warp and Weft: Weaving the Discussion Threads of an Online Community TITTEL Objektiv MK1 Bold 12/15 pkt UNDERTITTEL Objektiv MK1 Regular 12/15 pkt Lora Arduser University of Cincinatti, Ohio Lora.arduser@uc.edu Dept. of English & Comp. Lit. P.P Box 210069 University of Cincinnati, OH 45202 FORFATTER Navn Objektiv MK1 Regular 9/12 pkt Øvrig informasjon Objektiv MK1 Light 7/10 pkt Abstract The Pew Internet & American Life Project reports that 86% of Internet users living with a disability or chronic illness have looked for health information online (Fox, 2007). And while so-called e-patients often start this search for information, many find themselves led to commnities that provide this and more, such as Tu Diabetes, an online social network site. This pause in what can seem like an endless search for answers may be one that health professionals can gain insight from. Such extended pauses may give insightinto the values of this particular community. This article provides the results and analysis of a study using ethnographic methods and rhetorical analysis to examine the texts posted by members of the social networking site Tu Diabetes in order to discern the values held by this community. Keywords • Tu Diabetes • Diabetes BRØDTEKST «ABSTRACT» Objektiv MK1 Light 8/12 pkt Introduction The Pew Internet & American Life Project reports that 86% of Internet users living with disability or chronic illness have looked online for information compared with 79% of Internet users with no chronic conditions (Fox, 2007). Those with chronic conditions are more likely than other e-patients (Internet users who havelooked online for health information) to report that their online searches affected treatment decisions, their interactions with their doctors, their ability to cope with their condition, and their dieting and fitness regimen (Fox, 2008). And while so-called e-patients often start this online search for information, many find themselves led to communities such as Tu Diabetes, an online «community of people touched by diabetes,» for much more. A short walk through the profiles of some of the more that 16,000 TITTELNIVÅ 1 Objektiv MK1 Medium 10/12 pkt BRØDTEKST Calluna Regular Skriftstørrelse: 9,5 pkt Linjeavstand: 12 pkt Innrykk: 4mm Ordmellomrom: 70%, 90%, 115% Bokstavmellomrom: 0%, 0%, 0% Tegnskalering: 98%, 100%, 102% Orddelingssone:12,7mm Ord med minst bokstaver: 5 Første ord:2 Før siste bokstav: 2 Bindestreksbegrensning: 4 THE JOURNAL OF TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATION TIDSSKRIFT 33

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