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Computer Conversations and Writing Apprehension
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Business Communication Quarterly Volume 63, Number 1, ISSN 1080-5699

Abstract

Examines the online communications behavior of students with high degrees of writing apprehension as they communicated with both familiar and unknown audiences via Internet newsgroups. Finds that low-apprehensive writers tend to exhibit similar communication strategies in both types of newsgroups, but high-apprehensive writers contributed more and felt more comfortable participating in electronic discussions with unknown audiences than with familiar audiences. (SC)

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Mabrito, M. (2000). Computer Conversations and Writing Apprehension. Business Communication Quarterly, 63(1), 39-49. Retrieved December 15, 2019 from .

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