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Equal Trust: An Experiment Exploring the Impact of Interactivity and Sources on Individuals' Perceptions of Credibility for Online News Stories
Unformatted Document Text:  33 References Bailey, B.P., Gurak, L.J., & Konstan, J.A. (2001). An examination of trust production in computed-mediated exchange. In Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Human Factors and the Web, 2001. Bagui, S. (1998). Reasons for increased learning using multimedia. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 7, 7, 3-18. Bengtsson, B., Burgoon, J.K., Cederberg, C., Bonito, J., & Lundeberg, M. (1999). The impact of anthropomorphic interfaces on influence, understanding, and credibility. Proceedings of the 32 nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Berlo, D.K., Lemert, J.B., & Mertz, R.J. (1970). Dimensions for evaluating the acceptability of message sources. Public Opinion Quarterly, 33, 563-576. Bonito, J.A., Burgoon, J.K., Ramirez, A., & Dunbar, N.E. (2000). Participation and decision making: The role of interactivity in communication processes and outcomes. Journal of Management and Information Systems 16, 33-56. Brill, A.M. (19997). Way new journalism: how the pioneers are doing. Electronic Journal of Communication 7, 2. Available online at http://www.cios.org/www/ejc/v7n297.htm Burgoon, J.K., Bonito, J.A., Bengtsson, B., Cederberg, C., Lundeberg, M., & Allspach, L. (2000). Interactivity in human-computer interaction: A study of credibility, understanding, and influence. Computers in Human Behavior 16, 6, 553-575. Burgoon, J.K., Bonito, J.A., Bengtsson, B., Ramirez, A., Dunbar, N., & Miczo, N. (2000). Testing the interactivity model: Communication processes, partner assessments, and the quality of collaborative work. Journal of Management and Information Systems 16, 33-56. Clark, H.H., & Carlson, T.B. (1982). Hearers and speech acts. Language 58, 332-373. Constantinides, H., & Swenson, J. (2000). Credibility and medical Web sites: A literature review. Available online at http://www.isc.umn.edu/research/papers/medcred.pdf. Downes, E.J. and S.J. McMillan. (2000). ’Defining interactivity: A qualitative identification of key dimensions’, New Media and Society 2 (2): 157-179. Edgar, R. (2002). Perceptual effects of modality in on-line news. Media Effects Research Laboratory, Penn State University. Obtained online at http://www.psu.edu/dept/medialab/

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References
Bailey, B.P., Gurak, L.J., & Konstan, J.A. (2001). An examination of trust production in
computed-mediated exchange. In Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Human
Factors and the Web, 2001.

Bagui, S. (1998). Reasons for increased learning using multimedia. Journal of
Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 7, 7, 3-18.

Bengtsson, B., Burgoon, J.K., Cederberg, C., Bonito, J., & Lundeberg, M. (1999). The
impact of anthropomorphic interfaces on influence, understanding, and
credibility. Proceedings of the 32
nd
Hawaii International Conference on System
Sciences.

Berlo, D.K., Lemert, J.B., & Mertz, R.J. (1970). Dimensions for evaluating
the
acceptability of message sources. Public Opinion Quarterly, 33,
563-576.

Bonito, J.A., Burgoon, J.K., Ramirez, A., & Dunbar, N.E. (2000). Participation and
decision making: The role of interactivity in communication processes and
outcomes. Journal of Management and Information Systems 16, 33-56.

Brill, A.M. (19997). Way new journalism: how the pioneers are doing. Electronic
Journal of Communication 7,
2.
Available online at
http://www.cios.org/www/ejc/v7n297.htm

Burgoon, J.K., Bonito, J.A., Bengtsson, B., Cederberg, C., Lundeberg, M., & Allspach,
L. (2000). Interactivity in human-computer interaction: A study of credibility,
understanding, and influence. Computers in Human Behavior 16, 6, 553-575.

Burgoon, J.K., Bonito, J.A., Bengtsson, B., Ramirez, A., Dunbar, N., & Miczo, N.
(2000). Testing the interactivity model: Communication processes, partner
assessments, and the quality of collaborative work. Journal of Management and
Information Systems 16
, 33-56.

Clark, H.H., & Carlson, T.B. (1982). Hearers and speech acts. Language 58, 332-373.

Constantinides, H., & Swenson, J. (2000). Credibility and medical Web sites: A
literature review. Available online at
http://www.isc.umn.edu/research/papers/medcred.pdf.

Downes, E.J. and S.J. McMillan. (2000). ’Defining interactivity: A qualitative
identification of key dimensions’, New Media and Society 2 (2): 157-179.

Edgar, R. (2002). Perceptual effects of modality in on-line news. Media Effects
Research Laboratory, Penn State University. Obtained online at
http://www.psu.edu/dept/medialab/


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