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Student Perceptions of Instructor Immediacy in Conventional and Distributed Learning Classrooms
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Communication Education Volume 47, Number 4, ISSN 0363-4523

Abstract

Finds that students enrolled in conventional classrooms and distributed-learning classrooms (in which students primarily interact with the instructor and other students through computer-mediated communication) did not perceive a significant difference in instructor verbal immediacy, but they did perceive a significant difference in instructor nonverbal immediacy. (SR)

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Freitas, F.A., Myers, S.A. & Avtgis, T.A. (1998). Student Perceptions of Instructor Immediacy in Conventional and Distributed Learning Classrooms. Communication Education, 47(4), 366. Retrieved February 22, 2020 from .

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