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A Moderating Role of Channel Responsiveness in the Effects of Online Information Source
Unformatted Document Text:  30 BIBLIOGRAPHY Andrews, J. C. & Shimp, T. A. (1990)., Effects of involvement, argument strength, and source characteristics on central and peripheral processing of advertising. Psychology and Marketing,7, 195-214. Artz, N. (1995). Tell me again why I should listen to you?: Source effects revisited. Advances in Consumer Research, 22, 222-223. Austin. E. W. & Dong, Q. (1994). Source v. content effects on judgments of news believability. Journalism Quarterly, 71, 973-983. Bagozzi, R. P. (1977). Structural equation models in experimental research. Journal of Marketing Research, 14, 209-226. Bagozzi, R. P. & Yi, Y. (1989). On the use of structural equation models in experimental designs. Journal of Marketing Research, 26, 271-284. Barnes, J. G. (1978). A hierarchical model of source effects in retail newspaper advertising. Advances in Consumer Research, 5, 235-242. Burgoon, J. K. (1978). A communication model of personal space violations: Explication and an initial test. Human Communication Research, 4, 129-142. Burgoon, J. K., Bonito, J. A., Bengtsoon, B., Ramirez, Jr., A., Dunbar, N. E., & Miczo, N. (1999-2000). Testing the interactivity model: Communication processes, partner assessments, and the quality of collaborative work. Journal of Management Information System, 16, 33-56. Burgoon, J. K., Buller, D. B., & Floyd, K. (2001). Does participation affect deception success?: A test of the interactivity principle. Human Communication Research, 27, 503-534. Cho, C. & Leckenby, J. D. (1999). Interactivity as a measure of advertising effectiveness. Proceedings From The 1999 American Academy of Advertising Conference. DeShields, O. W., Kara, A. & Kaynak, E. (1996). Source effects in purchase decisions: The impact of physical attractiveness and accent of salesperson. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 13, 89-101.

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Andrews, J. C. & Shimp, T. A. (1990)., Effects of involvement, argument strength, and
source characteristics on central and peripheral processing of advertising. Psychology and
Marketing,7, 195-214.
Artz, N. (1995). Tell me again why I should listen to you?: Source effects revisited.
Advances in Consumer Research, 22, 222-223.
Austin. E. W. & Dong, Q. (1994). Source v. content effects on judgments of news
believability. Journalism Quarterly, 71, 973-983.
Bagozzi, R. P. (1977). Structural equation models in experimental research. Journal of
Marketing Research, 14, 209-226.
Bagozzi, R. P. & Yi, Y. (1989). On the use of structural equation models in experimental
designs. Journal of Marketing Research, 26, 271-284.
Barnes, J. G. (1978). A hierarchical model of source effects in retail newspaper
advertising. Advances in Consumer Research, 5, 235-242.
Burgoon, J. K. (1978). A communication model of personal space violations: Explication
and an initial test. Human Communication Research, 4, 129-142.
Burgoon, J. K., Bonito, J. A., Bengtsoon, B., Ramirez, Jr., A., Dunbar, N. E., & Miczo,
N. (1999-2000). Testing the interactivity model: Communication processes, partner assessments,
and the quality of collaborative work. Journal of Management Information System, 16, 33-56.
Burgoon, J. K., Buller, D. B., & Floyd, K. (2001). Does participation affect deception
success?: A test of the interactivity principle. Human Communication Research, 27, 503-534.
Cho, C. & Leckenby, J. D. (1999). Interactivity as a measure of advertising effectiveness.
Proceedings From The 1999 American Academy of Advertising Conference.
DeShields, O. W., Kara, A. & Kaynak, E. (1996). Source effects in purchase decisions:
The impact of physical attractiveness and accent of salesperson. International Journal of
Research in Marketing, 13, 89-101.


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