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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:  35 Kiousis, S. (2002). Interactivity: A Concept Explication. (2002). New Media & Society 4, 3, 355-384. Kiousis, S. (2001). Public Trust or Mistrust?: Perceptions of Media Credibility in the Information Age. Mass Communication & Society 4, 4, 381-403. Kenney, K., A. Gorelik & Mwangi, S. (2000). ’Interactive features of online newspapers’, First Monday Journal, URL (consulted June 2001): http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue5_1/kenney/. Ketterer, S. (2001). Links engage readers of online crime stories. Newspaper Research Journal 22, 2, 2-13. McCroskey, J.C., Holdridge, W.E., & Toomb, J.K. (1974. An instrument for measuring the source credibility of basic speech communication instructors. Speech Teacher 23, 1, 26-33. McMillan, S.J. (2000). ’Interactivity is in the eye of the beholder. Function, perception, involvement, and attitude toward Web Site’, in M.A. Shaver (ed.), Proceedings of the 2000 Conference of the American Academy of Advertising, pp. 71-78. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University. Meadow, C.T. (1998). Ink into bits: A Web of converging media. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press. Mayer, K. (2002). The effects of multimodality on news processing. Media Effects Research Laboratory, Penn State University. Obtained online at http://www.psu.edu/dept/medialab/ Mayer, R.E. (2001). Multimedia Learning. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Meyer, E.K. (1999). An Unexpectedly wider web for the world’s newspapers. AJR NewsLink. Available online at http://ajr.newslink.org/emcol10.html. Meyer, P. (1988). Defining and measuring credibility of newspapers: developing an index. Journalism Quarterly, 65, 567-572. Najjar, L.J. (1996). Multimedia information and learning. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 5, 2, 129-150. Newhagen, J.E. (1997). The Role of feedback in the assessment of news. Information Processing & Management 33, 5, 583-594. O’Keefe, D.J. (1990). Persuasion Theory and Research. Newbury Park, C.A.: Sage.

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Kiousis, S. (2002). Interactivity: A Concept Explication. (2002). New Media & Society
4, 3, 355-384.

Kiousis, S. (2001). Public Trust or Mistrust?: Perceptions of Media Credibility in the
Information Age. Mass Communication & Society 4, 4, 381-403.

Kenney, K., A. Gorelik & Mwangi, S. (2000). ’Interactive features of online
newspapers’, First Monday Journal, URL (consulted June 2001):
http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue5_1/kenney/.

Ketterer, S. (2001). Links engage readers of online crime stories. Newspaper Research
Journal 22, 2, 2-13.

McCroskey, J.C., Holdridge, W.E., & Toomb, J.K. (1974. An instrument for measuring
the source credibility of basic speech communication instructors. Speech Teacher
23, 1, 26-33.

McMillan, S.J. (2000). ’Interactivity is in the eye of the beholder. Function, perception,
involvement, and attitude toward Web Site’, in M.A. Shaver (ed.), Proceedings of
the 2000 Conference of the American Academy of Advertising
, pp. 71-78. East
Lansing, MI: Michigan State University.

Meadow, C.T. (1998). Ink into bits: A Web of converging media. Lanham, Md.:
Scarecrow Press.

Mayer, K. (2002). The effects of multimodality on news processing. Media Effects
Research Laboratory, Penn State University. Obtained online at
http://www.psu.edu/dept/medialab/

Mayer, R.E. (2001). Multimedia Learning. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University
Press.

Meyer, E.K. (1999). An Unexpectedly wider web for the world’s newspapers. AJR
NewsLink. Available online at http://ajr.newslink.org/emcol10.html.

Meyer, P. (1988). Defining and measuring credibility of newspapers: developing an
index.
Journalism Quarterly, 65, 567-572.

Najjar, L.J. (1996). Multimedia information and learning. Journal of Educational
Multimedia and Hypermedia 5, 2, 129-150.

Newhagen, J.E. (1997). The Role of feedback in the assessment of news. Information
Processing & Management 33, 5, 583-594.

O’Keefe, D.J. (1990). Persuasion Theory and Research. Newbury Park, C.A.: Sage.


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