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HOW INTERPERSONAL TRUST MANIFESTS ONLINE BEHAVIOR: A case study exploring the impact of societal levels of interpersonal trust on the utilization of online source credible information.
Unformatted Document Text:  How interpersonal trust manifests 24 References Barnett, G.A., Chon, B. S., Rosen, D. (2001). The structure of internet flows in cyberspace. Networks and Communication Studies, 15 (1-2), 61-80. Berger, C.R., and Calabrese, R.J. (1979). Some explorations in initial interaction and beyond: Toward a developmental theory of interpersonal communication. Human Communication Research, 1, 99-112. Bimber, B., (1998). The internet and political transformation: Populism, community and accelerated pluralism. Polity, 31, 133-160. Brehm, J., and Rahn, W.M. (1997). Individual level evidence for The causes and consequences of social capital. American Journal of Political Science, 41, 999-1023. Chesebro, J.W. (2000). Communication technologies as symbolic form: Cognitive transformations generated by the internet. Qualitative Research Reports in Communication, 8-13. Danowski, J.A. (2001). Postmaterial Cultural Values Predictors of Internet Development: A Cross- National Study, Paper presented at the annual meetings of the International Communication Association, Washington D.C., May, 2001. Dholakia, U.M., & Soltysinski, E. (2001). Coveted or overlooked? The psychology of bidding for comparable listings in digital auctions. Marketing Letters, 12(3), 225-237. Draft, R.L., and Lengel, R.H., (1984). Information richness: A new approach to

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References
Barnett, G.A., Chon, B. S., Rosen, D. (2001). The structure of internet flows in
cyberspace. Networks and Communication Studies, 15 (1-2), 61-80.
Berger, C.R., and Calabrese, R.J. (1979). Some explorations in initial
interaction and beyond: Toward a developmental theory of interpersonal
communication. Human Communication Research, 1, 99-112.
Bimber, B., (1998). The internet and political transformation:
Populism, community and accelerated pluralism. Polity, 31, 133-160.
Brehm, J., and Rahn, W.M. (1997). Individual level evidence for
The causes and consequences of social capital. American Journal of
Political Science, 41, 999-1023.
Chesebro, J.W. (2000). Communication technologies as symbolic
form: Cognitive transformations generated by the internet. Qualitative
Research Reports in Communication, 8-13.
Danowski, J.A. (2001). Postmaterial Cultural Values Predictors of Internet
Development: A Cross- National Study, Paper presented at the annual
meetings of the International Communication Association, Washington
D.C., May, 2001.
Dholakia, U.M., & Soltysinski, E. (2001). Coveted or overlooked?
The psychology of bidding for comparable listings in digital auctions.
Marketing Letters, 12(3), 225-237.
Draft, R.L., and Lengel, R.H., (1984). Information richness: A new approach to


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