Enhancing Life in the Hyper-surveillance Mini-world of a Space Station: The Role of Situation Awareness, Communication, and Reality TV in the Life of Astronauts

Cokley, J D and Rankin, II, B (2006) Enhancing Life in the Hyper-surveillance Mini-world of a Space Station: The Role of Situation Awareness, Communication, and Reality TV in the Life of Astronauts. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies, 6 2: 283-298.


Author Cokley, J D
Rankin, II, B
Title Enhancing Life in the Hyper-surveillance Mini-world of a Space Station: The Role of Situation Awareness, Communication, and Reality TV in the Life of Astronauts
Journal name International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies
ISSN 1546-3214
Publication date 2006
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 6
Issue 2
Start page 283
End page 298
Total pages 16
Editor K. Chisholm
Place of publication Oklahoma Coty, USA
Publisher US Federal Aviation of Administration (FAA) Academy
Collection year 2006
Subject C1
400101 Journalism
751004 The media
190301 Journalism Studies
Abstract This is the third article of a series entitled Astronauts as Audiences. In this article, we investigate the roles that situation awareness (SA), communications, and reality TV (including media communications) might have on the lives of astronauts in remote space communities. We examined primary data about astronauts’ living and working environments, applicable theories of SA, communications, and reality TV (including media communications). We then surmised that the collective application of these roles might be a means of enhancing the lives of astronauts in remote space communities.
Q-Index Code C1

 
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