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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 32 Perloff, Richard M. (1999b). The third person effect: A critical review and synthesis. Media Psychology, 1(4), 353. Peter, J. Paul, Churchill, Gilbert A., Jr., & Brown, Tom J. (1993). Caution in the Use of Difference Scores in Consumer Research. The Journal of Consumer Research, 19(4), 655-662. Preacher, Kristopher J., & Hayes, Andrew F. (2008). Asymptotic and resampling strategies for assessing and comparing indirect effects in multiple mediator models. Behavior Research Methods, 40(3), 879-891. doi: 10.3758/brm.40.3.879 Ritchie, D., & Fitzpatrick, M. A. (1990). Family communication patterns: Measuring intrapersonal perceptions of interpersonal relationships. Communication Research, 17(4), 523-544. Rojas, Hernando, Shah, Dhavan V., & Faber, Ronald J. (1996). For the good of others: Censorship and the third-person effect. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 8(2), 163-186. Rojek, Dean G. (1989). Social Control in the People's Republic of China. Criminal Justice Review, 14(2), 141-153. doi: 10.1177/073401688901400204 Salwen, MB, & Driscoll, PD. (1997). Consequences of third-person perception in support of press restrictions in the O. J. Simpson trial. The Journal of Communication, 47(2), 60-78. Salwen, Michael B. (1998). Perceptions of media influence and support for censorship. Communication Research, 25(3), 259. Scharrer, Erica. (2002). Third-person perception and television violence. Communication Research, 29(6), 681. Schell, Bernadette, & Bonin, Lionel. (1989). Factors Affecting Censorship by Canadian Librarians. Journal of Psychology, 123(4), 357. Sewell, William H., Jr. (1992). A Theory of Structure: Duality, Agency, and Transformation. The American Journal of Sociology, 98(1), 1-29. Shah, Dhavan V., Faber, Ronald J., & Youn, Seounmi. (1999). Susceptibility and Severity: Perceptual Dimensions Underlying the Third-Person Effect. Communication Research, 26(2), 240-267. doi: 10.1177/009365099026002006 Short, Susan E., & Zhai, Fengying. (1998). Looking Locally at China's One-Child Policy. Studies in Family Planning, 29(4), 373-387. Slote, Walter H., & Vos, George A. De (Eds.). (1998). Confucianism and the family. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press. Sobel, Michael E. (1982). Asymptotic Confidence Intervals for Indirect Effects in Structural Equation Models. Sociological Methodology, 13(ArticleType: primary_article / Full publication date: 1982 / Copyright © 1982 John Wiley & Sons), 290-312. Sun, Ye, Shen, Lijiang, & Pan, Zhongdang. (2008). On the behavioral component of the third-person effect. Communication Research, 35(2), 257-278. Wan, Fang, & Youn, Seounmi. (2004). Motivations to Regulate Online Gambling and Violent Game Sites: An Account of the Third-Person Effect. Journal of Interactive Advertising 5(1). Wan, Fang, Youn, Seounmi, & Faber, Ronald J. (2001). Motivations underlying commercial web sites censorship: the third-person perception. In Andrea Groeppel-Klien & Frank-Rudolf Esch (Eds.), European Advances in Consumer Research (Vol. 5, pp. 90-100). Provo, UT: Association for Consumer Research. Whitley, Bernard E. (1999). Right-Wing Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation, and Prejudice. [Personality Processes and Individual Differences.]. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology July, 77(1), 126-134.

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RUNNING HEAD: Understanding Support for Internet Censorship in China 
Perloff, Richard M. (1999b). The third person effect: A critical review and synthesis. Media Psychology, 
1(4), 353.   
Peter, J. Paul, Churchill, Gilbert A., Jr., & Brown, Tom J. (1993). Caution in the Use of Difference 
Scores in Consumer Research. The Journal of Consumer Research, 19(4), 655-662.   
Preacher, Kristopher J., & Hayes, Andrew F. (2008). Asymptotic and resampling strategies for 
assessing and comparing indirect effects in multiple mediator models. Behavior Research 
Methods, 40(3), 879-891. doi: 10.3758/brm.40.3.879 
Ritchie, D., & Fitzpatrick, M. A. (1990). Family communication patterns: Measuring intrapersonal 
perceptions of interpersonal relationships. Communication Research, 17(4), 523-544.   
Rojas, Hernando, Shah, Dhavan V., & Faber, Ronald J. (1996). For the good of others: Censorship and 
the third-person effect. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 8(2), 163-186.   
Rojek, Dean G. (1989). Social Control in the People's Republic of China. Criminal Justice Review, 
14(2), 141-153. doi: 10.1177/073401688901400204 
Salwen, MB, & Driscoll, PD. (1997). Consequences of third-person perception in support of press 
restrictions in the O. J. Simpson trial. The Journal of Communication, 47(2), 60-78.   
Salwen, Michael B. (1998). Perceptions of media influence and support for censorship. Communication 
Research, 25(3), 259.   
Scharrer, Erica. (2002). Third-person perception and television violence. Communication Research, 
29(6), 681.   
Schell, Bernadette, & Bonin, Lionel. (1989). Factors Affecting Censorship by Canadian Librarians. 
Journal of Psychology, 123(4), 357.   
Sewell, William H., Jr. (1992). A Theory of Structure: Duality, Agency, and Transformation. The 
American Journal of Sociology, 98(1), 1-29.   
Shah, Dhavan V., Faber, Ronald J., & Youn, Seounmi. (1999). Susceptibility and Severity: Perceptual 
Dimensions Underlying the Third-Person Effect. Communication Research, 26(2), 240-267. 
doi: 10.1177/009365099026002006 
Short, Susan E., & Zhai, Fengying. (1998). Looking Locally at China's One-Child Policy. Studies in 
Family Planning, 29(4), 373-387.   
Slote, Walter H., & Vos, George A. De (Eds.). (1998). Confucianism and the family. Albany, N.Y.: State 
University of New York Press. 
Sobel, Michael E. (1982). Asymptotic Confidence Intervals for Indirect Effects in Structural Equation 
Models.  Sociological Methodology, 13(ArticleType: primary_article / Full publication date: 
1982 / Copyright © 1982 John Wiley & Sons), 290-312.   
Sun, Ye, Shen, Lijiang, & Pan, Zhongdang. (2008). On the behavioral component of the third-person 
effect. Communication Research, 35(2), 257-278.   
Wan, Fang, & Youn, Seounmi. (2004). Motivations to Regulate Online Gambling and Violent Game 
Sites: An Account of the Third-Person Effect. Journal of Interactive Advertising 5(1).  
Wan, Fang, Youn, Seounmi, & Faber, Ronald J. (2001). Motivations underlying commercial web sites 
censorship: the third-person perception. In Andrea Groeppel-Klien & Frank-Rudolf Esch 
(Eds.),  European Advances in Consumer Research (Vol. 5, pp. 90-100). Provo, UT: 
Association for Consumer Research. 
Whitley, Bernard E. (1999). Right-Wing Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation, and 
Prejudice. [Personality Processes and Individual Differences.]. Journal of Personality & 
Social Psychology July, 77(1), 126-134.   

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