Jones and Hefner define transactional costs as ‘The amount of effort, time or other resources expended in making a transaction such as sending a message’ (2012: 200), therefore to talk ‘face to face’ has a high transactional cost. This is because the addresser and addressee both have to commit to facial language, body language and… Read More Transactional Costs.
A critical analysis of ones own work is first and foremost a lot harder than analysing someone else’s work. Nobody likes to pick faults, or typically appear as egotistical towards their own work, two very fine lines to cross. However, it is now time for me to critique my blog. The Appearance: For my blog… Read More Analysis of One’s Own.