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A Moderating Role of Channel Responsiveness in the Effects of Online Information Source
Unformatted Document Text:  33 Pew Research Center. (2000). The online health care revolution: How the Web helps Americans take better care of themselves. Retrieved October 16, 2002, from the World Wide Web: http://www.pewinternet.org . Pew Research Center (2002). Vital decisions: How Internet users decide what information to trust when they or their loved ones are sick. Retrieved October 16, 2002, from the World Wide Web: http://www.pewinternet.org . Rafaeli, S. (1988). Interactivity: From new media to communication. In Advancing Communication Science: Merging Mass and Interpersonal Processes, Eds. Robert P. Hawkins, John M. Wiemann, and Suzanne Pignree, Newbury Park, Ca: Sage Publication, 110-134. Rafaeli, S. & Sudweeks, F. (1997). Networked Interactivity. Journal of Computer- Mediated Communication, 2 (4). Retrieved October 16, 2002, from the World Wide Web: http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol2/issue4/rafaeli.sudweeks.html Raymond, M. A., Tanner, Jr., J. F. & Eppright, D. R. (1998). The AIDS pandemic: Changes in the believability and use of information sources. Health Marketing Quarterly, 15, 1- 24. Reagan, J. (1996). The ‘repertoire’ of information sources. Journal of Broadcasing & Electronic Media, 40, 112-121. Reid, L. N., Soley, L. C., & Vanden Bergh, B. G. (1981), Does source affect response to direct advocacy print advertisements? Journal of Business Research, 9, 309-319. Rimal, R. N. & Kim, H. (2002). Use of the Risk Perception Attitude (RPA) tramework to promote changes in skin cancer program. A Paper accepted at the Health Communication Division of the International Communication Associations’ Annual Conference, July, Seoul, Korea. Roehm, H. & Haugtvedt, C. P. (1999). Understanding interactivity of cyberspace advertising. In Advertising and The World Wide Web, Eds. David W. Schumann and Esther Thorson, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbarum Associates, 27-39.

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Pew Research Center. (2000). The online health care revolution: How the Web helps
Americans take better care of themselves. Retrieved October 16, 2002, from the World Wide
Web:
http://www.pewinternet.org
.
Pew Research Center (2002). Vital decisions: How Internet users decide what
information to trust when they or their loved ones are sick. Retrieved October 16, 2002, from the
World Wide Web:
http://www.pewinternet.org
.
Rafaeli, S. (1988). Interactivity: From new media to communication. In Advancing
Communication Science: Merging Mass and Interpersonal Processes, Eds. Robert P. Hawkins,
John M. Wiemann, and Suzanne Pignree, Newbury Park, Ca: Sage Publication, 110-134.
Rafaeli, S. & Sudweeks, F. (1997). Networked Interactivity. Journal of Computer-
Mediated Communication, 2 (4). Retrieved October 16, 2002, from the World Wide Web:
http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol2/issue4/rafaeli.sudweeks.html
Raymond, M. A., Tanner, Jr., J. F. & Eppright, D. R. (1998). The AIDS pandemic:
Changes in the believability and use of information sources. Health Marketing Quarterly, 15, 1-
24.
Reagan, J. (1996). The ‘repertoire’ of information sources. Journal of Broadcasing &
Electronic Media, 40, 112-121.
Reid, L. N., Soley, L. C., & Vanden Bergh, B. G. (1981), Does source affect response to
direct advocacy print advertisements? Journal of Business Research, 9, 309-319.
Rimal, R. N. & Kim, H. (2002). Use of the Risk Perception Attitude (RPA) tramework to
promote changes in skin cancer program. A Paper accepted at the Health Communication
Division of the International Communication Associations’ Annual Conference, July, Seoul,
Korea.
Roehm, H. & Haugtvedt, C. P. (1999). Understanding interactivity of cyberspace
advertising. In Advertising and The World Wide Web, Eds. David W. Schumann and Esther
Thorson, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbarum Associates, 27-39.


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