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Perceived Communication Outcomes in Computer-Mediated Communication: An Analysis of Three Systems among New Users
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Information Processing & Management Volume 31, Number 4, ISSN 0306-4573

Abstract

Investigates group members' perceived communication outcome variables (perceived satisfaction, decision confidence, immediacy, effectiveness, and system ease of use) across three computer-mediated communication (CMC) systems. Results suggest that perception of communication outcomes differs by CMC medium, gender, and group gender composition. Addresses implications for mixed-gender groups and CMC interaction. (53 references) (Author)

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Olaniran, B.A. (1995). Perceived Communication Outcomes in Computer-Mediated Communication: An Analysis of Three Systems among New Users. Information Processing & Management, 31(4), 525. Retrieved February 23, 2020 from .

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