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Unwrapping presence: Creating social presence and enhancing perceived quality of computer-mediated ad hoc team discussions
The present study extends social presence research by exploring a practical technique to augment social presence and quality of interaction in computer-mediated ad hoc team communication. Undergraduate participants, n=118, ...
CULTURAL INFLUENCE ON THE CHARACTERIZATIONS OF HEALTH BY KOREAN WOMEN LIVING IN THE UNITED STATES
The number of Korean migrants in the United States is continuously on the rise. As immigrants, they adapt to their new environment, including their understanding of health. This study explored the experience of Korean women ...
THE CHANGING IMPORTANCE OF THE REAL AND SITCOM FAMILY: EXAMINING GENERATIONAL BEHAVIOR TOWARDS FAMILY THROUGH TELEVISION VIEWING HABITS
Generational researchers William Strauss and Neil Howe describe a generation as “unique in acquiring a shared history that lends its members to a social and cultural center of gravity.” Two of the most studied generations ...
COST-CUTTING AT THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE: WHAT IMPACT HAS DECLINING CIRCULATION HAD UPON CRIME COVERAGE?
This study investigated the effect declining circulation at the Houston Chronicle had upon local news coverage- especially crime coverage. In 1995, it became the sole daily metro newspaper in Houston. In the ensuing years ...