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Bridging Offline and Online Community: Toward A Networked Community Communication Model
Unformatted Document Text:  Bridging Offline and Online Community G Y] References G Anderson, B. (1991). Imagined Communities. London, New York: Verso. Altchull, J. H. (1984). Agents of Power: the Role of the News Media in Human Affairs. New York: Longman. Altchull, J. H. (1995). Agents of Power: the Role of the News Media in Human Affairs (2nd Ed.). New York: Longman. Bahr, H. M. & T. Caplow (1991). Middletown As an Urban Case Study. In R. Feagin, A. M. Orum & G. Sjoberg (Eds.), A Case of the Case Study (pp. 80-120), Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press. Baym, N. K. (1997). Interpreting soap operas and creating community: Inside an electronic fan culture. In S. Kiesler (Ed.), Culture of the Internet (pp. 103-120), Nahhwa, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Bellah, R. et al. (1996). Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. Bender, Thomas (1978). Community and Social Change in America. Baltimore: Johnes Hopkins University Press. Bennett, W. L. (1996). An Introduction to Journalism Norms and Representations of Politics. Political Communication Vol. 13: 373-384. Berkowitz, D. (1997). Social Meaning of News. London: Sage. Calhoun, C. (1991). The Infrastructure of Modernity: Indirect Relationships, Information Technology, and Social Integration. In N. Smelser & H. Haferkamp (Ed.), Social Change and Modernity, Berkeley: University of California Press. Calhoun, C. (1998). Community without Propinquity Revisited: Communications Technology and the Transformation of the Urban Public Sphere. Sociological Inquiry, 68: 373-397. Cooley, C. H. (1909). Social Organization: A Study of the Larger Mind. New York: Scribner’s. Downing, J. (1996). Political Science, Communication Research and the Tradition, 1980-95. Internationalizing Media Theory. London: Sage.

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Bridging Offline and Online Community
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References
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Anderson, B. (1991). Imagined Communities. London, New York: Verso.
Altchull, J. H. (1984). Agents of Power: the Role of the News Media in Human Affairs. New
York: Longman.
Altchull, J. H. (1995). Agents of Power: the Role of the News Media in Human Affairs (2nd
Ed.). New York: Longman.
Bahr, H. M. & T. Caplow (1991). Middletown As an Urban Case Study. In R. Feagin, A. M.
Orum & G. Sjoberg (Eds.), A Case of the Case Study (pp. 80-120), Chapel Hill, North
Carolina: University of North Carolina Press.
Baym, N. K. (1997). Interpreting soap operas and creating community: Inside an electronic fan
culture. In S. Kiesler (Ed.), Culture of the Internet (pp. 103-120), Nahhwa, NJ: Lawrence
Erlbaum Associates.
Bellah, R. et al. (1996). Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life.
Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Bender, Thomas (1978). Community and Social Change in America. Baltimore: Johnes
Hopkins University Press.
Bennett, W. L. (1996). An Introduction to Journalism Norms and Representations of Politics.
Political Communication Vol. 13: 373-384.
Berkowitz, D. (1997). Social Meaning of News. London: Sage.
Calhoun, C. (1991). The Infrastructure of Modernity: Indirect Relationships, Information
Technology, and Social Integration. In N. Smelser & H. Haferkamp (Ed.), Social Change and
Modernity, Berkeley: University of California Press.
Calhoun, C. (1998). Community without Propinquity Revisited: Communications Technology
and the Transformation of the Urban Public Sphere. Sociological Inquiry, 68: 373-397.
Cooley, C. H. (1909). Social Organization: A Study of the Larger Mind. New York: Scribner’s.
Downing, J. (1996). Political Science, Communication Research and the Tradition, 1980-95.
Internationalizing Media Theory. London: Sage.


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