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Applying CMC Theoreis to Assess Virtual Community
Unformatted Document Text:  CMC Theories and Virtual Community 23 Glynn, T. J. (1981). Psychological sense of community: Measurement and application. Human Relations, 34(7), 789-818. Granovetter, M. (1973). The strength of weak ties. American Journal of Sociology, 78, 1360-1380. Haines, V. A., Hurlbert, J. S., & Beggs, J. J. (1996). Exploring the determinants of support proivision: Provider characteristics, personal network, community contexts, and support following life events. Journal of Health & Social Behavior, 37(3), 252-264. Hamman, R. B. (2001). Computer networks linking network communities. In Werrt, C. & Mowbray, M. (Ed.). Online Communities.(pp. 71- 95). Prentice- Hall, NJ. Harmon-Jones, Eddie (2002). A cognitive dissonance theory perspective on persuasion. In Dillard, J.& Pfau, M., The Persuasion Handbook: Developments in Theory and Practice. (pp. 99-116). Haythornthwaite, C. (2002). Building social networks via computer networks: Creating and sustaining distributed learning communities . In Renninger, A. & Shumar , W. (Eds.), Building Virtual Communities: Learning and Change in Cyberspace. Cambridge University Press. Hiltz, S. R., Johnson, K., & Turoff, M. (1986). Experiments in group decision making: Communication process and outcome in face-to-face versus conferences. Human Communication Research, 13, 225-252. Kiesler, S., Siegel, J., & McGuire, T. (1984). Social psychological aspects of computer-mediated communication. American Psychologist, 39, 1123-1134. Krackhardt, D. (1992). The strength of strong ties: The importance of philos. In N. Nohria & R. Eccles (Eds.), Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form, and Action, (pp. 216-239). Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

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CMC Theories and Virtual Community
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Glynn, T. J. (1981). Psychological sense of community: Measurement and
application. Human Relations, 34(7), 789-818.
Granovetter, M. (1973). The strength of weak ties. American Journal of
Sociology, 78, 1360-1380.
Haines, V. A., Hurlbert, J. S., & Beggs, J. J. (1996). Exploring the determinants
of support proivision: Provider characteristics, personal network, community contexts,
and support following life events. Journal of Health & Social Behavior, 37(3), 252-264.
Hamman, R. B. (2001). Computer networks linking network communities. In
Werrt, C. & Mowbray, M. (Ed.). Online Communities.(pp. 71- 95). Prentice- Hall, NJ.
Harmon-Jones, Eddie (2002). A cognitive dissonance theory perspective on
persuasion. In Dillard, J.& Pfau, M., The Persuasion Handbook: Developments in
Theory and Practice. (pp. 99-116).
Haythornthwaite, C. (2002). Building social networks via computer networks:
Creating and sustaining distributed learning communities . In Renninger, A. & Shumar ,
W. (Eds.), Building Virtual Communities: Learning and Change in Cyberspace.
Cambridge University Press.
Hiltz, S. R., Johnson, K., & Turoff, M. (1986). Experiments in group decision
making: Communication process and outcome in face-to-face versus conferences.
Human Communication Research, 13, 225-252.
Kiesler, S., Siegel, J., & McGuire, T. (1984). Social psychological aspects of
computer-mediated communication. American Psychologist, 39, 1123-1134.
Krackhardt, D. (1992). The strength of strong ties: The importance of philos. In
N. Nohria & R. Eccles (Eds.), Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form, and
Action, (pp. 216-239). Boston: Harvard Business School Press.


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