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E-motional Interaction Between Teaching Assistants and Students:Expressing emotions via WebCT
Unformatted Document Text:  Teaching, Emotion, & Technology 33 LaRose, R., & Whitten, P. (2000). Re-thinking instructional immediacy for Web courses: a social cognitive exploration. Communication Education, 49, 320-338. MacCollum, K. (1997). Colleges sort through vast store of tools for designing Web courses. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10, 1-5. Martin, M. M., & Myers, S. A. (1999). Students’ motives for communicating with their instructors. Communication Education, 48,155-165. McComb, M. (1994). Benefits of computer-mediated communication in college courses. Communication Education, 43, 159-170. Monk, J. (2000). Looking out, looking in: The “other” in the Journal of Geography in Higher Education. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 24, 163-178. O’Hara-Devereaux, M., & Johansen, R. (1994). Globalwork: Bridging Distance, Culture & Time. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Pratt, M. G., & Doucet, L. (2000). Ambivalent feelings in organizational relationships. In S. T. Fineman (Ed.), Emotion in organizations (2 nd ed., pp. 204-226). London: Sage. Putnam, L. L., & Fairhurst, G. T. (2001). Discourse analysis in organizations: Issues and concerns. In Putnam, L. L., & Jablin, F. M. (Eds.), The new handbook of organizational communication: Advances in theory, research, and methods (pp. 78-136). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Putnam, L. L., & Mumby D. K. (1992). The politics of emotion: A feminist reading of bounded rationality. Academy of Management Review, 17, 465-486. Putnam, L. L., & Mumby, D. K. (1993). Organizations, emotions and the myth of rationality. In S. T. Fineman (Ed.), Emotion in organizations (pp. 36-57). London: Sage. Rafaeli, A., & Sutton, R. I. (1987). Expression of emotion as part of the work role. Academy of Management Review, 12, 23-37.

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Teaching, Emotion, & Technology 33
LaRose, R., & Whitten, P. (2000). Re-thinking instructional immediacy for Web courses: a
social cognitive exploration. Communication Education, 49, 320-338.
MacCollum, K. (1997). Colleges sort through vast store of tools for designing Web courses.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10, 1-5.
Martin, M. M., & Myers, S. A. (1999). Students’ motives for communicating with their
instructors. Communication Education, 48,155-165.
McComb, M. (1994). Benefits of computer-mediated communication in college courses.
Communication Education, 43, 159-170.
Monk, J. (2000). Looking out, looking in: The “other” in the Journal of Geography in
Higher Education. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 24, 163-178.
O’Hara-Devereaux, M., & Johansen, R. (1994). Globalwork: Bridging Distance, Culture &
Time. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Pratt, M. G., & Doucet, L. (2000). Ambivalent feelings in organizational relationships. In S.
T. Fineman (Ed.), Emotion in organizations (2
nd
ed., pp. 204-226). London: Sage.
Putnam, L. L., & Fairhurst, G. T. (2001). Discourse analysis in organizations: Issues and
concerns. In Putnam, L. L., & Jablin, F. M. (Eds.), The new handbook of organizational
communication: Advances in theory, research, and methods (pp. 78-136). Thousand Oaks, CA:
Sage.
Putnam, L. L., & Mumby D. K. (1992). The politics of emotion: A feminist reading of
bounded rationality. Academy of Management Review, 17, 465-486.
Putnam, L. L., & Mumby, D. K. (1993). Organizations, emotions and the myth of
rationality. In S. T. Fineman (Ed.), Emotion in organizations (pp. 36-57). London: Sage.
Rafaeli, A., & Sutton, R. I. (1987). Expression of emotion as part of the work role. Academy
of Management Review, 12, 23-37.


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