[yung nakaBOLD lang ang ilagay sa slides pati yung mga pictures] bAstA ANG CONTEXT NITO AY .. NAGPASURVEY AKO THEN ETO YUNG MGA LUMABAS na responses ... THEN OUT OF THOSE RESPONSES ... NAG SEARCH AKO NG SUPPORTING ARTICLE FOR THaT ... YUNG LNG =))
ORIGINAL APPLICATION IS TO HAVE VISUAL REPRESENTATION OF EMOTIONS AND EXPRESSIONS - Morse code to express "love and kisses" (later reduced to the more formal "best regards") - Abraham Lincoln speech written in 1862 contains "(applause and laughter)” - note of cachinnation: it is written thus ‿ and presents a smiling mouth - etc.
“Emoticons”. WikiPedia. WikiPedia, Inc. nd. Web. 14 October 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emoticon#History Sa panahon ngayon… wala ng tiyak na application ang emoticons.. lahat depends dun sa gumagamit Application of Emoticons
Survey says ...
To express emotion or react to a comment: Emoticons allow the consumer to see cues that the moderator might otherwise, if in person, express. It’s often easier and more personable to share a laugh with a smiley face or a winky face over text than it is to explain to the respondent that you understood their joke. Survey result: Express/Clarify feelings /emotions –37 votes
To Beautify or sanitize conversation using fancy text: “Para mas cute”. Sometimes people use emoticon to produce designs that makes the conversation more enlightening and lively. Prettify/ sanitize plain text – 8 votes
They help to make the moderator seem more human. It’s a way of showing the consumer that the moderator is letting down their guard. This makes the individual they are chatting with comfortable and the conversation flows more naturally. Describes/infers tone/attitude of text – 7 votes
These symbols help create an environment where the discussion feels less formal. Softening the tone of a conversation with an emoticon often gives consumers the confidence they need to be more open and honest while answering the questions. Make messages...
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