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Media capabilities as a comprehensive construct for research on media choice: Assessment of a measurement model
Unformatted Document Text:  Running head: Assessment of media capabilities model 26 Exploration of Media Richness. Organization Science, 3(4), 475-500. Rice, R. E. (1987). Computer-Mediated Communication and Organizational Innovation. Journal of Communication, 37(4), 65-94. Rice, R. E. (1993). Media Appropriateness: Using Social Presence Theory To Compare Traditional And New Organizational Media. Human Communication Research, 19(4), 451-484. Rice, R. E., & Shook, D. (1990). Relationships of Job Categories and Organizational Levels to Use of Communication Channels, Including Electronic Mail: A Meta-Analysis and Extension. Journal of Management Studies, 27(2), 195-229. Rice, R. E., & Steinfield, C. (1994). Experiences with New Forms of Organizational Communication Via Electronic Mail and Voice Messaging, in Telematics and Work, J. H. Andriessen and R. Roe (eds.), pp.109-136. London: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates. Robert, L., & Dennis, A. R. (2005). The Paradox of Richness: A Cognitive Model of Media Choice. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 48(1), 10-21. Rogers, E. M. (1983). Diffusion of innovations (3rd ed.). New York: Free Press. Rogers, E. M. (2003). Diffusion of innovations (5th ed.). New York, NY: Free Press. Rowe, F. & Struck, D. (1999). Cultural values, media richness and telecommunication use in an organization. Accounting Management, and Information Technologies, 9, 161-192. Rubin, A. M. (1979). Television use by children and adolescents. Human Communication Research, 5, 109-120. Rubin, A. M. (1981a).An examination of television viewing motivations. Communication Research, 8, 141-165. Rubin, A. M. (1981b). A multivariate analysis of 60 Minutes viewing motivations. Journalism Quarterly, 58, 529-534. Schweiger, W. (2000). Media credibility -- experience or image?: A survey on the credibility of the World Wide Web in Germany in comparison to other media. European Journal of Communication, 15, 37-59. Shoemaker, P.J., Danielian, L.H., & Brendlinger, N. (1991). Deviant Acts, Risky Business and US Interests: The Newsworthiness of World Events. Journalism Quarterly, 68(4), 781-95. Shi, K.C., Hao, X.M., & Sharma,R.S.What determines the adoption of MDS: A Cross-disciplinary approach. Paper in the Proceedings of the 43th Hawaii International Conference on system sciences (HICSS), 2010, Jan, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii. Shi, K.C., Hao, X.M., & Sharma, R.S. Why Consumer Purchases New Mobile Phone?: Modeling the Process of Decision-Making. Paper in the Proceedings of the 8th Global Mobility Roundtable (GMR), 2009, Nov, Carol, Egypt. Sproull, Lee, & Kiesler, Sara. (1991). Connections: New ways of working in the networked organization. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Tucker, L. R., & Lewis, C. (1973). A reliability coefficient for maximum likelihood factor analysis. Psychometrika, 38(1), 1-10. Vroom, V. H. (1964). Work and motivation. New York: Wiley Weaver, W., & Shannon, C.E. (1949). The Mathematical Theory of Communication. Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois. Wei, R., & Lo, V. (2006). Staying Connected While on the Move: Cell Phone Use and Social Connectedness. New Media & Society, 8, 53–72. Wu, J. H., & Wang, S. C. (2005). What drives mobile commerce? An empirical evaluation of the

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Running head: Assessment of media capabilities model 
 
26 
 
Exploration of Media Richness. Organization Science, 3(4), 475-500. 
Rice,  R.  E.  (1987).  Computer-Mediated  Communication  and  Organizational  Innovation.  Journal 
of Communication, 37(4), 65-94. 
Rice,  R.  E.  (1993).  Media  Appropriateness:    Using  Social  Presence  Theory  To  Compare 
Traditional And New Organizational Media. Human Communication Research, 19(4), 451-484. 
Rice,  R.  E.,  &  Shook,  D.  (1990).  Relationships  of  Job  Categories  and  Organizational  Levels  to 
Use  of  Communication  Channels,  Including  Electronic  Mail:    A  Meta-Analysis  and  Extension. 
Journal of Management Studies, 27(2), 195-229. 
Rice,  R.  E.,  &  Steinfield,  C.  (1994).  Experiences  with  New  Forms  of  Organizational 
Communication  Via  Electronic  Mail  and  Voice  Messaging,  in  Telematics  and  Work,  J.  H.  Andriessen 
and R. Roe (eds.), pp.109-136. London:    Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates. 
Robert,  L.,  &  Dennis,  A.  R.  (2005).  The  Paradox  of  Richness:  A  Cognitive  Model  of  Media 
Choice. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 48(1), 10-21. 
Rogers, E. M. (1983). Diffusion of innovations (3rd ed.). New York: Free Press. 
Rogers, E. M. (2003). Diffusion of innovations (5th ed.). New York, NY: Free Press. 
Rowe,  F.  & Struck, D. (1999). Cultural  values,  media richness and telecommunication  use in an 
organization. Accounting Management, and Information Technologies, 9, 161-192. 
Rubin, A. M. (1979). Television use by children and adolescents. Human Communication Research, 5, 
109-120. 
Rubin, A. M. (1981a).An examination of television viewing motivations.   
Communication 
Research, 8, 141-165. 
Rubin,  A.  M.  (1981b).  A  multivariate  analysis  of  60  Minutes  viewing  motivations.  Journalism 
Quarterly, 58, 529-534. 
Schweiger, W. (2000). Media credibility -- experience or image?: A survey on the credibility of the 
World Wide Web in Germany in comparison to other media. European Journal of Communication, 15, 
37-59. 
Shoemaker, P.J., Danielian, L.H., & Brendlinger, N. (1991). Deviant Acts, Risky Business and US 
Interests: The Newsworthiness of World Events. Journalism Quarterly, 68(4), 781-95. 
Shi, K.C., Hao, X.M., & Sharma,R.S.What determines the adoption of MDS: A Cross-disciplinary 
approach.  Paper  in  the  Proceedings  of  the  43th  Hawaii  International  Conference  on  system  sciences 
(HICSS), 2010, Jan, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii.   
Shi, K.C., Hao, X.M., & Sharma, R.S. Why Consumer Purchases New Mobile Phone?: Modeling 
the  Process  of  Decision-Making.  Paper  in  the  Proceedings  of  the  8th  Global  Mobility  Roundtable 
(GMR), 2009, Nov, Carol, Egypt. 
Sproull,  Lee,  &  Kiesler,  Sara.  (1991).  Connections:  New  ways  of  working  in  the  networked 
organization. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 
Tucker, L. R., & Lewis, C. (1973). A reliability coefficient for maximum likelihood factor analysis. 
Psychometrika, 38(1), 1-10. 
Vroom, V. H. (1964). Work and motivation. New York: Wiley 
Weaver,  W.,  &  Shannon,  C.E.  (1949).  The  Mathematical  Theory  of  Communication.  Urbana, 
Illinois: University of Illinois. 
Wei,  R.,  &  Lo,  V.  (2006).  Staying  Connected  While  on  the  Move:  Cell  Phone  Use  and  Social 
Connectedness. New Media & Society, 8, 53–72. 
Wu, J. H., & Wang, S. C. (2005). What drives mobile commerce? An empirical evaluation of the 


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