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Understanding Support for Internet Censorship in China: An Elaboration of the Theory of Reasoned Action
Unformatted Document Text:  RUNNING HEAD: Understanding Support for Internet Censorship in China 29 Altemeyer, Robert. (2007). The Authoritarians Retrieved from Asch, S. E. (1955). Opinions and social pressure. Scientific American, 193, 31-35. Asia Week. (2010, January 3). An interview with Han Han. Asia Week. Baron, Reuben M., & Kenny, David A. (1986). The Moderator-Mediator Variable Distinction in Social Psychological Research: Conceptual, Strategic, and Statistical Considerations. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology December, 51(6), 1173-1182. Bary, Wm. Theodore de, & Tu, Weiming (Eds.). (1998). Confucianism and human rights. New York: Columbia University Press. Boyle, Michael P., McLeod, Douglas M., & Rojas, Hernando. (2008). The Role of Ego Enhancement and Perceived Message Exposure in Third-Person Judgments Concerning Violent Video Games (Vol. 52, pp. 165-185). Brosius, Hans-Bernd, & Engel, Dirk. (1996). The causes of third-person effects: Unrealistic optimism, impersonal impact, or generalized. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 8(2), 142-162. Cao, Jin. (2009). The production of alternative media in mainland China: A case study of the journal Friend Exchange. Communication and Society, 4, 75-102. Chaffee, S., McLeod, J., & Wackman, D. (Eds.). (1973). Family communication patterns and adolescent political participation. New York: John Wiley and Sons. Cheung, G. (2009). Introducing the Latent Congruence Model for Improving the Assessment of Similarity, Agreement, and Fit in Organizational Research. Organizational Research Methods, 12(1), 6. Chia, Stella C., Lu, Kerr-Hsin, & McLeod, Douglas M. (2004). Sex, Lies, and Video Compact Disc: A Case Study on Third-Person Perception and Motivations for Media Censorship. Communication Research, 31(1), 109-130. doi: 10.1177/0093650203260204 Chia, Stella, & Lu, Kerr-Hsin. (2003, 05/23 ). Protect the naive or punish the evil? An in-depth examination on the connection between third-person perception and support for media censorship. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA. Chow, Esther Ngan-ling, & Zhao, S. Michael. (1996). The one-child policy and parent-child relationships: A comparison of one-child with multiple-child families in China. The International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 16(12), 35. Cialdini, Robert B., & Trost, Melanie R. (1998). Social influence: social norms, conformity and compliance. In Daniel T. Gilbert, Susan T. Fiske & Gardner Lindzey (Eds.), The Handbook of Social Psychology. Boston, Mass.: Oxford University Press. Cohen, Jeremy, Mutz, Diana, Price, Vincent, & Gunther, Albert. (1988). Perceived impact of defamation. Public Opinion Quarterly, 52(2), 161. Cronbach, Lee J., & Furby, Lita. (1970). How we should measure "change": Or should we? Psychological Bulletin July, 74(1), 68-80. Davison, W. Phillips. (1983). The third-person effect in communication. Public Opinion Quarterly, 47(1), 1. Deutsch, Morton, & Gerard, Harold B. (1955). A study of normative and informational social influences upon individual judgment. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 51(3), 8. Edwards, Jeffrey R. (1995). Alternatives to Difference Scores as Dependent Variables in the Study of Congruence in Organizational Research. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision

Authors: Feng, Guangchao.
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RUNNING HEAD: Understanding Support for Internet Censorship in China 
Altemeyer, Robert. (2007). The Authoritarians 
  Retrieved from 
Asch, S. E. (1955). Opinions and social pressure. Scientific American, 193, 31-35.   
Asia Week. (2010, January 3). An interview with Han Han. Asia Week
Baron, Reuben M., & Kenny, David A. (1986). The Moderator-Mediator Variable Distinction in Social 
Psychological Research: Conceptual, Strategic, and Statistical Considerations. Journal of 
Personality & Social Psychology December, 51(6), 1173-1182.   
Bary, Wm. Theodore de, & Tu, Weiming (Eds.). (1998). Confucianism and human rights. New York: 
Columbia University Press. 
Boyle, Michael P., McLeod, Douglas M., & Rojas, Hernando. (2008). The Role of Ego Enhancement 
and Perceived Message Exposure in Third-Person Judgments Concerning Violent Video 
Games (Vol. 52, pp. 165-185). 
Brosius, Hans-Bernd, & Engel, Dirk. (1996). The causes of third-person effects: Unrealistic optimism, 
impersonal impact, or generalized. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 8(2), 
Cao, Jin. (2009). The production of alternative media in mainland China: A case study of the journal 
Friend Exchange. Communication and Society, 4, 75-102.   
Chaffee, S., McLeod, J., & Wackman, D. (Eds.). (1973). Family communication patterns and 
adolescent political participation. New York: John Wiley and Sons. 
Cheung, G. (2009). Introducing the Latent Congruence Model for Improving the Assessment of 
Similarity, Agreement, and Fit in Organizational Research. Organizational Research Methods, 
12(1), 6.   
Chia, Stella C., Lu, Kerr-Hsin, & McLeod, Douglas M. (2004). Sex, Lies, and Video Compact Disc: A 
Case Study on Third-Person Perception and Motivations for Media Censorship. 
Communication Research, 31(1), 109-130. doi: 10.1177/0093650203260204 
Chia, Stella, & Lu, Kerr-Hsin. (2003, 05/23 ). Protect the naive or punish the evil? An in-depth 
examination on the connection between third-person perception and support for media 
censorship. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA. 
Chow, Esther Ngan-ling, & Zhao, S. Michael. (1996). The one-child policy and parent-child 
relationships: A comparison of one-child with multiple-child families in China. The 
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 16(12), 35.   
Cialdini, Robert B., & Trost, Melanie R. (1998). Social influence: social norms, conformity and 
compliance. In Daniel T. Gilbert, Susan T. Fiske & Gardner Lindzey (Eds.), The Handbook of 
Social Psychology. Boston, Mass.: Oxford University Press. 
Cohen, Jeremy, Mutz, Diana, Price, Vincent, & Gunther, Albert. (1988). Perceived impact of 
defamation. Public Opinion Quarterly, 52(2), 161.   
Cronbach, Lee J., & Furby, Lita. (1970). How we should measure "change": Or should we? 
Psychological Bulletin July, 74(1), 68-80.   
Davison, W. Phillips. (1983). The third-person effect in communication. Public Opinion Quarterly, 
47(1), 1.   
Deutsch, Morton, & Gerard, Harold B. (1955). A study of normative and informational social 
influences upon individual judgment. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 51(3), 8.   
Edwards, Jeffrey R. (1995). Alternatives to Difference Scores as Dependent Variables in the Study of 
Congruence in Organizational Research. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision 

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