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Teleconferencing and Interpersonal Communication Perception
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Journal of Applied Communication Research Volume 13, Number 1,

Abstract

Supported previous research stating that audio-only channels are highly satisfactory and often superior to video channels for teleconferences in which information dissemination is the primary task. (PD)

Citation

Chilcoat, Y. & DeWine, S. (1985). Teleconferencing and Interpersonal Communication Perception. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 13(1), 14-32. Retrieved May 17, 2021 from .

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