Top publications in communication 1–100 of 55,201 results
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Framing: Toward Clarification of a Fractured Paradigm (1993) 872
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Defining Virtual Reality: Dimensions Determining Telepresence (1992) 711
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Computer-Mediated CommunicationImpersonal, Interpersonal, and Hyperpersonal Interaction (1996) 647
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SOME EXPLORATIONS IN INITIAL INTERACTION AND BEYOND: TOWARD A DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (1975) 481
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Living With Television: The Violence Profile (1976) 459
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Interpersonal Effects in Computer-Mediated InteractionA Relational Perspective (1992) 455
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Putting the fear back into fear appeals: The extended parallel process model (1992) 382
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Positioning and Interpretative Repertoires: Conversation Analysis and Post-Structuralism in Dialogue (1998) 347
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Framing as a theory of media effects (1999) 337
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Relational Communication in Computer-Mediated Interaction (1992) 333
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ORAL COMMUNICATION APPREHENSION: A SUMMARY OF RECENT THEORY AND RESEARCH (1977) 268
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Predictors of Internet Use (2000) 263
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Narration as a human communication paradigm: The case of public moral argument (1984) 259
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Electronic EmotionSocioemotional Content in a Computer-Mediated Communication Network (1987) 253
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Experiments in Group Decision Making Communication Process and Outcome in Face-to-Face Versus Computerized Conferences (1986) 248
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The Influence of Cultural Individualism-Collectivism, Self Construals, and Individual Values on Communication Styles Across Cultures (1996) 246
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Framing analysis: An approach to news discourse (1993) 239
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Measures of communication‐bound anxiety (1970) 238
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The "Mainstreaming" of America: Violence Profile No. 11 (1980) 234
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Panacea or Panopticon?The Hidden Power in Computer-Mediated Communication (1994) 231
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Working memory and language: an overview (2003) 226
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Principles of Critical Discourse Analysis (1993) 213
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Ambiguity as strategy in organizational communication (1984) 207
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Verbal aggressiveness: An interpersonal model and measure (1986) 204
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The relationship between media consumption and eating disorders (1997) 204
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Scales for the measurement of ethos (1966) 203
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The limited capacity model of mediated message processing (2000) 199
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Validation and measurement of the fundamental themes of relational communication (1987) 192
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Interpersonal Deception Theory (1996) 191
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Breaching or Building Social Boundaries?SIDE-Effects of Computer-Mediated Communication (1998) 191
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Media Appropriateness.: Using Social Presence Theory to Compare Traditional and New Organizational Media (1993) 190
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Signification, representation, ideology: Althusser and the post‐structuralist debates (1985) 181
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The measurement of interpersonal attraction (1974) 176
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Anticipated Ongoing Interaction Versus Channel Effects on Relational Communication in Computer-Mediated Interaction (1994) 173
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A Social Information Processing Model of Media Use in Organizations (1987) 171
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Whose Text? Whose Context? (1997) 169
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Interpersonal Effects in Computer-Mediated InteractionA Meta-Analysis of Social and Antisocial Communication (1994) 168
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Toward a Theory of Press-State Relations in the United States (1990) 167
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Measurement and Effects of Attention to Media News (1986) 163
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Ritualized and Instrumental Television Viewing (1984) 162
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Validity of the PRCA as an index of oral communication apprehension (1978) 161
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Content Analysis in Mass Communication: Assessment and Reporting of Intercoder Reliability (2002) 158
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Framing European politics: A content analysis of press and television news (2000) 156
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LONELINESS, PARASOCIAL INTERACTION, AND LOCAL TELEVISION NEWS VIEWING (1985) 155
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Fear control and danger control: A test of the extended parallel process model (EPPM) (1994) 150
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Group and Interpersonal Effects in International Computer-Mediated Collaboration (1997) 149
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Internet use in the contemporary media environment (2001) 149
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Compliance‐gaining message strategies: A typology and some findings concerning effects of situational differences (1977) 148
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Critical rhetoric: Theory and praxis (1989) 148
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The fundamental topoi of relational communication (1984) 147
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Community, Communication, and Participation: The Role of Mass Media and Interpersonal Discussion in Local Political Participation (1999) 146
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Media Symbolism, Media Richness, and Media Choice in OrganizationsA Symbolic Interactionist Perspective (1987) 145
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Rethinking ethnography: Towards a critical cultural politics (1991) 143
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EXPLICATION AND TEST OF A MODEL OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE (1977) 142
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The Role of Theory in Uses and Gratifications Studies (1979) 142
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The impact of Confucianism on interpersonal relationships and communication patterns in east Asia (1988) 140
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Knowledge Creep and Decision Accretion (1980) 139
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Indexical order and the dialectics of sociolinguistic life (2003) 139
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The effects of violent video games on aggression. A meta-analysis (2001) 138
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Critical Discourse Analysis and the Marketization of Public Discourse: The Universities (1993) 137
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Organizational Colleagues, Media Richness, and Electronic MailA Test of the Social Influence Model of Technology Use (1991) 137
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On viewing rhetoric as epistemic (1967) 136
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Gramsci's Relevance for the Study of Race and Ethnicity (1986) 135
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The Elastic Body Image: The Effect of Television Advertising and Programming on Body Image Distortions in Young Women (1992) 133
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More Than Just Talk on the Move: Uses and Gratifications of the Cellular Phone (2000) 133
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Hand Movements (1972) 131
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The Evolution of Agenda-Setting Research: Twenty-Five Years in the Marketplace of Ideas (1993) 131
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ANALYSIS OF RELATIONAL COMMUNICATION IN DYADS: NEW MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES (1975) 130
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THE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND MEASUREMENT OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION SATISFACTION (1978) 130
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Relational maintenance strategies and equity in marriage (1992) 130
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Presence, Explicated (2004) 128
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The Demonstration of Power: Violence Profile No. 10 (1979) 126
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News Coverage of the Gulf Crisis and Public OpinionA Study of Agenda-Setting, Priming, and Framing (1993) 124
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FOUNDATION OF A COMMUNICATOR STYLE CONSTRUCT (1978) 123
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The Third Age of Political Communication: Influences and Features (1999) 123
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The Effects of Television Violence on Antisocial Behavior: A Meta-Analysis1 (1994) 122
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The unwillingness‐to‐communicate scale: Development and validation (1976) 120
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Psycholinguistic and social psychological components of communication by and with the elderly (1986) 120
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Switching Trains of ThoughtThe Impact of News Frames on Readers' Cognitive Responses (1997) 119
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On the various and changing meanings of organizational membership: A field study of organizational identification (1983) 119
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Cultural Indicators: Violence Profile No. 9 (1978) 118
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The Problem of Ideology-Marxism without Guarantees (1986) 118
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INFORMANT ACCURACY IN SOCIAL NETWORK DATA II (1977) 117
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The Spiral of Silence A Theory of Public Opinion (1974) 117
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AUDIENCE ACTIVITY AND GRATIFICATIONSA Conceptual Clarification and Exploration (1984) 116
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The World Wide Web as a Functional Alternative to Television (2000) 116
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The formation of group norms in computer-mediated communication (2000) 116
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Neurobiological studies of reading and reading disability (2001) 116
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Computer-Mediated Communication and Organizational Innovation (1987) 114
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Flow in Computer-Mediated CommunicationElectronic Mail and Voice Mail Evaluation and Impacts (1992) 114
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Jockeying for Position: The Construction of Masculine Identities (1997) 112
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Rethinking Genre in School and Society: An Activity Theory Analysis (1997) 112
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A COMMUNICATION MODEL OF PERSONAL SPACE VIOLATIONS: EXPLICATION AND AN INITIAL TEST (1978) 112
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Toward a “Critical Mass” Theory of Interactive MediaUniversal Access, Interdependence and Diffusion (1987) 109
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THE MEASUREMENT OF TRUST AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SELF-DISCLOSURE (1977) 109
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RELATIONAL MESSAGES ASSOCIATED WITH NONVERBAL BEHAVIORS (1984) 108
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Culture, Self, and Collectivist Communication Linking Culture to Individual Behavior (1995) 108
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Rethinking validity and reliability in content analysis (1999) 107
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Nonverbal expectancy violations: Model elaboration and application to immediacy behaviors (1988) 107
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The rhetorical limits of polysemy (1989) 106