The Changing Body View and the Body Orientation of Communication Studies in the Era of Intelligent Media
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Intelligent media era
Body view
Communication studies
Virtual space



Submitted : 2023-11-27
Accepted : 2023-12-12
Published : 2023-12-27


This article explores the relationship between the evolution of the body view in the era of intelligent media and the body orientation in communication studies. With the development of society and technological progress, traditional body views are constantly changing and influenced by factors such as social culture, technology, and globalization. The advent of intelligent media has provided a new research perspective for communication studies. In the era of intelligent media, the body is not only the object of expression and dissemination but also the carrier of existence and experience in virtual spaces. Meanwhile, the interaction with digital technology has also brought new possibilities to the body. This article presents an analysis of the relationship between the body view in the era of intelligent media and the body orientation in communication studies and in-depth case studies. Finally, this article provides prospects and reflections on future development trends and research directions.


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