Framing Communication: How Agenda Alignment and Media Capabilities Shape Partially Cooperative Communication

@article{Harrison2020FramingCH,
  title={Framing Communication: How Agenda Alignment and Media Capabilities Shape Partially Cooperative Communication},
  author={Andrew J. Harrison and Jaime B. Windeler},
  journal={MIS Q.},
  year={2020},
  volume={44}
}
People frame their communications to suit their personal agendas, even when they are collaborating. However, most information systems (IS) literature assumes people working together have completely aligned agendas. The assumption of agenda alignment in prior research motivates our examination of how agendas and media capabilities influence communication performance. By relaxing the assumption of complete agenda alignment, we reconceptualize how media capabilities interact with communication… 
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