Measuring Meaning in Accounting: Sharing Connotations of Underpinning Concepts

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Communication is central to accounting, and effective communication is, in part, dependent on the presence of shared meanings of relevant concepts between parties to a communication process. Within the framework originally proposed by Osgood et al (1957), this study measures the meaning of concepts fundamental to financial reporting. Subjects comprised four… (More)

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