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中国网络教育环境下的语音聊天室和课程论坛的社会临场感研究

  • 作者:吴立高 著
  • 丛书名:当代外国语言文学学术文库
  • 版次/印次:1/1
  • ISBN:9787566320988
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  • 出版时间:2019.10
  • 开本:170mmx240mm
  • 字数:282千字
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       本书主要以德国欧洲和平秩序观视角下的德俄安全关系为研究对象。首先从理论上探讨何为德国的欧洲和平秩序观,引入冷战后德国重要学者对欧洲和平秩序观的研究成果和理论视角,界定德国学术视野下欧洲和平秩序概念的内涵和外延。与本研究是针对北京外国语大学网络教育学院的网络课程学习过程中学生利用网上课程论坛和语音聊天室进行的学习交流过程中的社会存在感调查,目的是了解不同交流媒介对学生学习交流的影响,以及他们交流过程中的社会存在感的影响。该研究能够揭示网络课程学习过程中学生学习交流的原生态状况,以及学生学习交流对相互学习产生的影响,这对以后的网络学习过程设计能够提出启发性的建议。

Chapter One Research Background
  1.1 Mediated Interaction in the Online Learning Environment
  1.2 The Theory of Social Presence
  1.3 Conflicting Evidence of Social Presence in Multimodal Interaction
  1.4 Practical Situation and Motivation for the Study
  1.5 The Purpose of the Study
  1.6 The Structure of the Thesis
Chapter Two Literature Review
  2.1 Introduction
  2.2 Phenomenon of Online Courses
  2.3 Learning Theories behind Online Courses
  2.4 Social Constructivism and Online Language Learning
  2.5 Interactive Online Learning
  2.6 Online Courses with Mediated Interaction
  2.7 Searching for Social Presence in Online Mediated Interaction
    2.7.1 Social presence and its research routes
    2.7.2 Social presence: old bottle and new bottle
    2.7.3 The change of intimacy and immediacy factors
  2.8 An Expansion of Social Presence Dimensions
  2.9 Community of Inquiry
  2.10 Technology and Social Presence in a Community
    2.10.1 Comparing technological tools of text-based interaction with regard to social presence
    2.10.2 Comparing voice-based interaction and text-based interaction regarding social presence
    2.10.3 Video-based interaction and social presence
    2.10.4 Social presence in virtual worlds
  2.11 Calling for a Holistic Approach for Investigating Social Presence in the Voice-based Chat Room and the Text-based Forum
  2.12 The Research Gap in the Present Literature
  2.13 Research Questions
Chapter Three Methodology and Research Design
  3.1 Introduction
  3.2 Measuring Social Presence with a Questionnaire Survey
    3.2.1 An overview of a questionnaire survey
    3.2.2 A semantic differential technique in early social presence research
    3.2.3 New shifts in the questionnaire on social presence research
    3.2.4 The administration of a questionnaire
    3.2.5 Advantages and disadvantages of a questionnaire
  3.3 Text Analysis
    3.3.1 An overview of the text analysis
    3.3.2 Making inferences from text
    3.3.3 Unit of analysis
    3.3.4 Coding and inter-rater reliability
    3.3.5 Content analysis and social presence research
    3.3.6 Strengths and weaknesses of content analysis
  3.4 Interviews
    3.4.1 An overview of interviewing as a research method
    3.4.2 The procedure of interviewing
    3.4.3 Strength and weakness of interviews
  3.5 A Mixed-method Approach
  3.6 The Learning Context for This Study
    3.6.1 The general context
    3.6.2 The Beiwai Institute of Online Education
    3.6.3 The students
    3.6.4 Online courses in the BIOE
    3.6.5 The instructional design of the English literature course
  3.7 Research Design for the Present Research Study
  3.8 Ethical Issues
Chapter Four A Questionnaire Survey for the Learner Perception of Social Presence in the Text-based Forum and the Voice-based Chat Room in the BIOE
  4.1 Introduction
  4.2 The Pilot Study: Questionnaire Design and Implementation
    4.2.1 Writing the questionnaire items
    4.2.2 Sampling of the subjects and delivery of the questionnaire
    4.2.3 Checking the reliability and validity of the questionnaire
  4.3 Pilot Study: Data Collection and Analysis
    4.3.1 Comparing the learner perceptions of social presence in the text-based forum and the voice-based chat room
    4.3.2 Perceived learning and sense of community in the voice-based chat room and the text-based forum
    4.3.3 Indications of the pilot study for the main study
  4.4 The Questionnaire in the Main Study
    4.4.1 Modifications of questionnaire items
    4.4.2 The subjects of the main study
    4.4.3 Data collection for the main study
  4.5 Results of the Main Study with the Questionnaire
    4.5.1 Descriptive statistics: basic information
    4.5.2 Student perceptions of social presence in the text-based forum and the voice-based chat room
    4.5.3 Student performance in the text-based forum and the voicebased chat room
    4.5.4 Benefits of online interaction
    4.5.5 Gender and age issues with regard to the different attitudes towards the text-based forum and the voice-based chat room
  4.6 Open-ended Questions
    4.6.1 The voice-based chat room
    4.6.2 The text-based forum
  4.7 Concluding Remarks About the Questionnaire Survey
Chapter Five Content Analysis of Learners’ Projected Social Presence in the Text-based Forum and the Voice-based Chat Room in the BIOE
  5.1 Introduction
  5.2 The Pilot Study with Content Analysis
    5.2.1 Choosing the data
    5.2.2 Coding the data
    5.2.3 Data analysis
    5.2.4 Reporting about the results of social presence differences
    5.2.5 Lessons learned from the pilot study and indications for the main study
  5.3 Data Collection of the Main Study
    5.3.1 Content analysis of the voice data and the text data
    5.3.2 Representation of the text-based forum and the voice-based chat room
    5.3.3 QQ data
    5.3.4 Coding the data: process and examples
    5.3.5 Inter-rater reliability
  5.4 Results from the Content Analysis
    5.4.1 Is projected social presence different in the text-based forum compared to the voice-based chat room? 
    5.4.2 How is projected social presence different in the text-based forum and the voice-based chat room?
    5.4.3 Interpretation of the interactive features of the text-based forum and the voice-based chat room
    5.4.4 Findings regarding the affective features of the text-based forum and the voice-based chat room
    5.4.5 Findings regarding the cohesive features of the text-based forum and the voice-based chat room
    5.4.6 Contextual features revealed in the voice-based chat room
    5.4.7 Topics in the voice-based chat room
    5.4.8 Trusting relationships and extended interaction in the voice-based chat room
  5.5 Some Tentative Conclusions
Chapter Six Interviews
  6.1 Introduction
  6.2 Conducting the Interviews
  6.3 Narratives of the Interviews
    6.3.1 Processing interviews
    6.3.2 Don’s narrative
    6.3.3 Won’s narrative
    6.3.4 Song and Ye’s narrative
    6.3.5 Leo and Zen’s narrative
    6.3.6 Yin and Yang’s narrative
    6.3.7 Hong’s narrative
    6.3.8 Ma’s narrative
    6.3.9 Ron’s narrative
  6.4 Interpretation of Interactive Features of Social Presence in the Text-based Forum and the Voice-based Chat Room Based on
Interview Narratives
    6.4.1 Peer awareness with sound features in the voice-based interaction
    6.4.2 Fast pace with sound features and student practice of spoken English
    6.4.3 Technological constraints in the voice-based chat room
    6.4.4 Reduced peer awareness in the text-based forum
    6.4.5 Synchronicity of the mediated interaction
  6.5 Interpretation of Affective Features of Social Presence in the Text-based Forum and the Voice-based Chat Room
  6.6 Interpretation of Cohesive Features of Social Presence in the Text-based Forum and the Voice-based Chat Room
  6.7 Intimacy and Immediacy with Other Students and Online Learning
  6.8 Concluding Remarks on the Interviews
Chapter Seven Triangulation of Research Findings from Three Data Sets
  7.1 Student Perception of Social Presence in the Text-based Forum and in the Voice-based Forum at BIOE
  7.2 Student Projected Social Presence in the Text-based Forum and in the Voice-based Forum at BIOE
  7.3 Match Between Students’ Projected Social Presence and Their Perception of Social Presence at BIOE
  7.4 Discrepancies Between Students’ Projected Social Presence and Their Perception of Social Presence at BIOE
Chapter Eight Conclusions and Suggestions for Future Research
  8.1 Concluding Remarks about Social Presence with the Voice-based Chat Room and the Text-based Forum
  8.2 Strengths of the Study
  8.3 Limitations of the Study
  8.4 Implications of the Findings for Practical Instructional Design
  8.5 Suggestions for Future Research
References
Appendix 1 Social Presence Questionnaire (Pilot Study)
Appendix 2 Social Presence Questionnaire (Main Study)
Appendix 3 Coding the Data from the Text-based Forum and the Voice-based
Chat Room for the Pilot Study
Appendix 4 Interview Questions
Appendix 5 Questionnaire SPSS Data
Appendix 6 Mann-Whitney U Test of Comparing Text and Voice Data
Acknowledgments