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A Social Cognitive Explanation of Internet Uses and Gratifications: Toward a New Theory of Media Attendance
Unformatted Document Text:  Spaulding (Ed.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (Vol 41, pp. 71-124). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. Charney, T. & Greenberg, B. (2001). Uses and gratifications of the Internet. In C. Lin & D. Atkin (Eds.), Communication, technology and society: New media adoption and uses. Hampton Press. Chou, C., & Hsiao, M. C. (2000). Internet addiction, usage, gratification, and pleasure experience: the Taiwan college students’ case. Computers and Education, 35, 65-80. Cole, J. (2001). Surveying the digital future. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Communication Policy. Retrieved from the World Wide Web on September 20, 2002: http://www.ccp.ucla.edu/pdf/UCLA-Internet-Report-2001.pdf Dimmick, J., Kline, S., & Stafford, L. (2000). The gratification niches of personal e-mail and the telephone. Communication Research, 27, 227-248. Eastin, M. A., & LaRose, R. L. (2000). Internet self-efficacy and the psychology of the digital divide. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication. 6(1). Retrieved November 29, 2000 from the World Wide Web: http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol6/issue1/eastin.html Eighmey, J., & McCord, L. (1998). Adding value in the information age: Uses and gratifications of sites on the World Wide Web. Journal of Business Research, 41, 187-194. Ferguson, D. A., & Perse, E. M. (2000). The World Wide Web as a functional alternative to television. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 44, 155-174.

Authors: Eastin, Matthew. and Larose, Robert.
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Spaulding (Ed.), Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (Vol 41, pp. 71-124). Lincoln, NE:
University of Nebraska Press.
Charney, T. & Greenberg, B. (2001). Uses and gratifications of the Internet. In C.
Lin & D. Atkin (Eds.), Communication, technology and society: New media adoption
and uses. Hampton Press.
Chou, C., & Hsiao, M. C. (2000). Internet addiction, usage, gratification, and
pleasure experience: the Taiwan college students’ case. Computers and Education, 35,
65-80.
Cole, J. (2001). Surveying the digital future. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for
Communication Policy. Retrieved from the World Wide Web on September 20, 2002:
http://www.ccp.ucla.edu/pdf/UCLA-Internet-Report-2001.pdf
Dimmick, J., Kline, S., & Stafford, L. (2000). The gratification niches of personal
e-mail and the telephone. Communication Research, 27, 227-248.
Eastin, M. A., & LaRose, R. L. (2000). Internet self-efficacy and the psychology
of the digital divide. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication. 6(1). Retrieved
November 29, 2000 from the World Wide Web:
http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol6/issue1/eastin.html
Eighmey, J., & McCord, L. (1998). Adding value in the information age: Uses
and gratifications of sites on the World Wide Web. Journal of Business Research, 41,
187-194.
Ferguson, D. A., & Perse, E. M. (2000). The World Wide Web as a functional
alternative to television. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 44, 155-174.


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