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Effective Computer-mediated Communication Using Hypertext: Introducing Expanding Hypertext--Are They Adventurous?
Unformatted Document Text:  Effective Computer-mediated Communication Using Hypertext 30 Donohew, L., Lorch, E.P., & Palmgreen, P. (1998). Applications of a theoretic model of information exposure to health interventions. Human Communication Research, 24 (3), 454-468. Donohew, L., Palmgreen, P., & Duncan, J. (1980). An activation model of information exposure. Communication Monographs, 47, 295-303. Edwards, D., & Hardman, L (1989). Lost in hyperspace: cognitive mapping and navigation in a hypertext environment, in R. McAleese (Ed.), Hypertext: theory into practice, Oxford: Intellect Books. Ferguson, M.A., Valenti, J.M., & Melwani, G. (1991). Communicating with risk takers: a public relations perspective. Public Relations Research Annual, 3, 195-224. Gray, S. H. (1990). Using protocol analysis and drawing to study mental model construction during hypertext navigation. International Journal of Human- Computer Interaction, 2(4), 359-377. Hammond, N. (1989). Hypermedia and learning: Who guides whom? In conference, ICCAL 89 (pp. 167-181). New York: Springer-Verlag. Hammond, N., & Allinson, L. (1989). Extending hypertext for learning: An investigation of access and guidance tools. In A. Sutcliffe and L. Macauley (Eds.). People and Computers V (pp. 293-304). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Jonassen, D. H. (1989). Hypertext/Hypermedia. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Educational Technology Publications Jonassen, D. H., & Wang, S. (1990, October). Acquiring structural knowledge from semantically structured hypertext. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Development of Computer- Based Instructional Systems, San Diego, CA. Kim, H. & Hirtle, S. C. (1995). Spatial metaphors and disorientation in hypertext browsing.

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Donohew, L., Lorch, E.P., & Palmgreen, P. (1998). Applications of a theoretic model of
information exposure to health interventions. Human Communication Research, 24 (3),
454-468.
Donohew, L., Palmgreen, P., & Duncan, J. (1980). An activation model of information
exposure. Communication Monographs, 47, 295-303.
Edwards, D., & Hardman, L (1989). Lost in hyperspace: cognitive mapping and navigation in
a hypertext environment, in R. McAleese (Ed.), Hypertext: theory into practice,
Oxford: Intellect Books.
Ferguson, M.A., Valenti, J.M., & Melwani, G. (1991). Communicating with risk takers: a
public relations perspective. Public Relations Research Annual, 3, 195-224.
Gray, S. H. (1990). Using protocol analysis and drawing to study mental
model construction during hypertext navigation. International Journal of Human-
Computer Interaction, 2(4), 359-377.
Hammond, N. (1989). Hypermedia and learning: Who guides whom? In conference,
ICCAL
89 (pp. 167-181). New York: Springer-Verlag.
Hammond, N., & Allinson, L. (1989). Extending hypertext for learning: An investigation of
access and guidance tools. In A. Sutcliffe and L. Macauley (Eds.). People and
Computers V (pp. 293-304). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Jonassen, D. H. (1989). Hypertext/Hypermedia. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Educational
Technology Publications
Jonassen, D. H., & Wang, S. (1990, October). Acquiring structural knowledge from
semantically structured hypertext. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the
Association for the Development of Computer- Based Instructional Systems, San
Diego, CA.
Kim, H. & Hirtle, S. C. (1995). Spatial metaphors and disorientation in hypertext browsing.


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