Computer-Mediated Communication Effects on Disclosure, Impressions, and Interpersonal Evaluations: Getting To Know One Another a Bit at a Time
Human Communication Research Volume 28, Number 3, ISSN 0360-3989
Examines how computer-mediated communication partners (undergraduate students) exchange personal information in initial interactions, focusing on the effects of communication channels on self-disclosure, question-asking, and uncertainty reduction. Illuminates some microstructures previously asserted but unverified within social information processing theory, and extends uncertainty reduction theory. (SG)
Tidwell, L.C. & Walther, J.B. (2002). Computer-Mediated Communication Effects on Disclosure, Impressions, and Interpersonal Evaluations: Getting To Know One Another a Bit at a Time. Human Communication Research, 28(3), 317.
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