You are to gather and analyze conversations comparing virtual to face-to-face interactions.
Begin by creating a brief 5 question opinion survey/interview on a topic of interest. This should include open-ended questions so that the people surveyed can elaborate on their answers.
To prepare your essay, think critically about your results. Determine what your thesis is and state it clearly and concisely. It should briefly introduce your topic but more importantly should indicate how virtual interaction compares and contrasts with face-to-face interaction. This will be the first sentence of your essay.
In the body of your essay, you should include your survey-interview questions, but it is not necessary to include your participants’ answers. Focus on the answers to these questions and compare and contrast the 2 sets of information.
Were your results what you expected? How were they similar; how were they different? Was it easier to interact virtually or face-to-face? What were the challenges? What were the advantages of meeting face-to-face versus meeting virtually? What were the disadvantages of each way?
How did the differences in the following seem to influence the nature of the responses: physical distance, anonymity, the richness of the communication, visual cues, time? You will want to be very thorough in the body as this is a very large percentage of your grade on the essay.
Your conclusion should summarize how virtual interaction with people compares and contrasts with face-to-face interaction reaffirming your thesis without restating it.
This is where you conclude with an overall summary describing your insight into what the findings mean to you and what you learned about yourself in reference to your psychological well-being and the method of communication that proves more effective.
The length of the paper is at least 500 words written in APA format.