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Seeking to understand interactivity in church websites
Unformatted Document Text:  Seeking to understand interactivity in church websites Dearing, J. W. (2004). Improving the state of health programming by using diffusion theory. Journal of Health Communication, 9, 21-36. De Marsico, M., & Levialdi, S. (2004). Evaluating websites: Exploiting user’s expectations. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 60, 381–416. Farr, A. C., & Ames, N. (2008). Using Diffusion of Innovation Theory to encourage the development of a children’s health collaborative: A formative evaluation. Journal of Health Communication, 13, 375-388. Finke, R & Iannaccone, L. R. (1993). Supply-side explanations for religious change. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 527, 27-39. Ghose, S. & Dou, W. (1998). Interactive functions and their impacts on the appeal ofinternet presence sites. Journal of Advertising Research, 38, 29–43. Gonzalez, F. J. M., & Palacios, T. M. B. (2004). Quantitative evaluation of commercial Web sites: An empirical study of Spanish firms. International Journal of Information Management, 24, 313–328. Ha, L., & James, L. (1998). Interactivity reexamined: A baseline analysis of early business Web sites. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 42(4), 457–474. Holsti, O. (1969). Content analysis for the social sciences and humanities. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. Hutchings, T. (2007). Creating church online: A case-study approach to religious experience. Studies in World Christianity, 13, 243-260. Jankowski, N. W., Foot, K., Kluver, R., & Schneider, S. (2005). The Web and the 2004 EU election: Comparing political actor websites in 11 EU member states. Information Polity, 10, 165–176. Jensen, J. F. (1998). ‘Interactivity’ tracking a new concept in media and communication studies. Nordicom Review, 19, 185-204. Klovdahl, A.S. (1985). Social networking and the spread of infectious diseases: The AIDS example. Social Science and Medicine, 21, 1203-1216. Kumar, R., Raghavan, P., Rajagopalan, S., & Tomkins, A. (1999). Trawling the Web for emerging cyber-communities. Computer Networks, 31, 1481-1493. Larsen. (2000). Wired churches, wired temples: Taking congregations and missions into cyberspace. Washington, D.C.: Pew Research Group. 25

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Seeking to understand interactivity in church websites
Dearing, J. W. (2004). Improving the state of health programming by using diffusion theory. 
Journal of Health Communication, 9, 21-36.
De Marsico, M., & Levialdi, S. (2004). Evaluating websites: Exploiting user’s expectations. 
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 60, 381–416.
  
Farr, A. C., & Ames, N. (2008). Using Diffusion of Innovation Theory to encourage the 
development of a children’s health collaborative: A formative evaluation. Journal of 
Health Communication, 13
, 375-388.
Finke, R & Iannaccone, L. R. (1993). Supply-side explanations for religious change. Annals of 
the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 527, 27-39. 
Ghose, S. & Dou, W. (1998). Interactive functions and their impacts on the appeal of
internet presence sites. Journal of Advertising Research38, 29–43.
Gonzalez, F. J. M., & Palacios, T. M. B. (2004). Quantitative evaluation of commercial Web 
sites: An empirical study of Spanish firms. International Journal of Information 
Management
, 24, 313–328.
Ha, L., & James, L. (1998). Interactivity reexamined: A baseline analysis of early business Web 
sites. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 42(4), 457–474.
Holsti, O. (1969). Content analysis for the social sciences and humanities. Reading, MA: 
Addison-Wesley.
Hutchings, T. (2007). Creating church online: A case-study approach to religious experience. 
Studies in World Christianity, 13, 243-260.
Jankowski, N. W., Foot, K., Kluver, R., & Schneider, S. (2005). The Web and the 2004 EU 
election: Comparing political actor websites in 11 EU member states. Information Polity, 
10, 165–176.
Jensen, J. F. (1998). Interactivity’ tracking a new concept in media and communication studies. 
Nordicom Review, 19, 185-204.
Klovdahl, A.S. (1985). Social networking and the spread of infectious diseases: The AIDS 
example. Social Science and Medicine, 21, 1203-1216.
Kumar, R., Raghavan, P., Rajagopalan, S., & Tomkins, A. (1999). Trawling the Web for 
emerging cyber-communities. Computer Networks, 31, 1481-1493.
Larsen. (2000). Wired churches, wired temples: Taking congregations and missions into 
cyberspace. Washington, D.C.: Pew Research Group.
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