The self, information topics of interest, and media use as information source
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Self, Information Topics of Interest, Information Seeking Media Use among Korean Young Adults
- Psychology, Computer Science
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An empirical investigation of self-attitudes.
A LTHOUGH the self has long been the central concept in the symbolic interaction approach to social psychology, little if anything has been done to employ it directly in empirical research. There are…
Multidimensional scaling: I. Theory and method
Multidimensional scaling can be considered as involving three basic steps. In the first step, a scale of comparative distances between all pairs of stimuli is obtained. This scale is analogous to the…
Diffusion of Innovations
Getting an innovation adopted is difficult; a common problem is increasing the rate of its diffusion. Diffusion is the communication of an innovation through certain channels over time among members…
Interattitude Structure and Attitude Dynamics A Comparison of the Hierarchical and Galileo Spatial-Linkage Models
Theories of attitude change have failed to identify the architecture of interattitudinal structures and relate it to attitude change. This article examines two models (a hierarchical and a…
Technology clusters: Using multidimensional scaling to evaluate and structure technology clusters
- BusinessJ. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol.
The authors examine empirically the composition of technology clusters and the differences, if any, in clusters of technologies formed by adopters and nonadopters and question the measurement approaches and present an alternative methodology.
The educational and early occupational attainment process.
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Mobile Communication as a Social Stage
- BusinessNew Media Soc.
The meanings and use contexts of mobile communication and other multimedial communication culture among Finnish youth are analyzed based on thematic interview material to ask whether communication through new media technologies generates new forms of social interaction.
With the benefit of hindsight: Reflections on uses and gratifications research
Uses and gratifications research has had a history of over forty years, and shows continued signs of lively activity, despite a good deal of criticism and some disappointment amongst its own…
Beyond Access: the Digital Divide and Internet Uses and Gratifications
This research explores the relationship between Internet use and gratifications gained within the context of the digital divide framework. Analyses within sub-samples defined by age and…