Volume 11, Number 1, November 2005
Culture and Computer-Mediated Communication
: Where the Action Is: Internet Stock Trading as Edgework.
Mohan J. Dutta-Bergman
: The Antecedents of Community-Oriented Internet Use: Community Participation and Community Satisfaction.
Kristine L. Nowak
, Christian Rauh
: The Influence of the Avatar on Online Perceptions of Anthropomorphism, Androgyny, Credibility, Homophily, and Attraction.
: Culture and Internet Consumption: Contributions from Cross-Cultural Marketing and Advertising Research.
: Cultural Similarities and Differences in the Design of University Web sites.
: Intercultural Communication on Web sites: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Web sites from High-Context Cultures and Low-Context Cultures.
, Sejung Marina Choi
: The Role of Horizontal and Vertical Individualism and Collectivism in Online Consumers' Responses Toward Persuasive Communication on the Web.
: Culture in the Online Class: Using Message Analysis to Look Beyond Nationality-Based Frames of Reference.
: "A Belief in Humanity is a Belief in Colored Men: " Using Culture to Span the Digital Divide.
Volume 11, Number 2, January 2006
: Ouch!: An Examination of the Self-Representation of Disabled People on the Internet.
Mohan J. Dutta-Bergman
: Community Participation and Internet Use after September 11: Complementarity in Channel Consumption.
, Theodore Frick
: Student Perceptions of Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication in Face-to-Face Courses.
Kirk W. Duthler
: The Politeness of Requests Made Via Email and Voicemail: Support for the Hyperpersonal Model.
: The Internet and Tobacco Cessation: The Roles of Internet Self-Efficacy and Search Task on the Information-Seeking Process.
: On and Off the 'Net: Scales for Social Capital in an Online Era.
Brian H. Spitzberg
: Preliminary Development of a Model and Measure of Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) Competence.
Volume 11, Number 3, April 2006
: From Statistical Panic to Moral Panic: The Metadiscursive Construction and Popular Exaggeration of New Media Language in the Print Media.
, Jon Pike
: Trouble in a Geographically Distributed Virtual Network Organization: Organizing Tensions in Continental Direct Action Network.
: Do Internet Users Have More Social Ties? A Call for Differentiated Analyses of Internet Use.
: Traditional and Online Support Networks in the Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Chinese International Students in the United States.
: The Effect of Communication Medium on Research Participation Decisions.
Volume 11, Number 4, July 2006
: The Internet at Play: Child Users of Public Internet Connections.
: Developing 'Third Space' Interculturality Using Computer-Mediated Communication.
: Gender and the Use of Exclamation Points in Computer-Mediated Communication: An Analysis of Exclamations Posted to Two Electronic Discussion Lists.
Y. Connie Yuan
, Geri Gay
: Homophily of Network Ties and Bonding and Bridging Social Capital in Computer-Mediated Distributed Teams.