Questions for Chapter 4 of Interaction Design, "Social Interaction" by Yvonne Rogders, Helen Sharp, and Jennifer Preece:
  1. What are some examples of common social behaviors? What are some characteristics of social behavior?
  2. What behaviors can be considered interactive behaviors? What is the relationship between interactive and social behavior?
  3. What is the role of information (e.g., knowledge, opinions, observations) in social behavior?
  4. What is social media? What are some examples of social behaviors that are supported by social media? What are some fundamental differences between social behaviors that arise in social media more primal social behaviors?
  5. What kinds of information can be represented by a social network model?
  6. What is a face-to-face conversation? Is a conversation mediated by a telephone a face-to-face conversation? Is a conversation mediated by video chat software a face-to-face conversation? What are some fundamental differences among conversations that take place by these means?
  7. What is Chatroulette? What are some differences between Chatroulette conversations and other conversations?
  8. What is the term used to describe communication supported by technology?
  9. What is telepresence? What are some advantages of telepresence? What are some limitations of telepresence?
  10. How is telepresence used in robotics?
  11. What is co-presence? How does it relate to telepresence, remote conversation, and face-to-face conversation?
  12. What is a shareable interface? What are some examples of social media that do not provide a shareable interface?