There’s little talk about the flow involved in online and social media conflict communication practices through the use of applications.
Or, for that matter, the flow of communication via your mobile phone.
- We have a thought.
- We type it in.
- We press send.
No thought involved in that process.
But search (think Google) often involves more steps. The flow is interrupted by the nature of the process.
We have a thought.
We type it in the search bar.
But then the questions start or a finger slips and a misspelling occurs.
- “Did I really mean that?”
- “Am I spelling that word right?”
- “Is this even what I want right now?”
As the war between talent and virtue heats up in online conflict communication spaces, the social communication tools begin to resemble more and more the speed of instinctual thought (where considerations of bad/good fall away) and move further away from patience and deliberation.
Traits which might interrupt our collective social communication conflict flow.
-Peace Be With You All-
Jesan Sorrells, MA
Principal Conflict Engagement Consultant
Human Services Consulting and Training (HSCT)
Email HSCT: firstname.lastname@example.org
HSCT’s website: http://www.hsconsultingandtraining.com