Face-to-Face Versus Computer-Mediated Communication: A Comparison of Experimental Literature
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This paper synthesizes the findings from eleven studies completed since 1994 that focus on Face-to-Face (FTF) versus Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) and compares the results with the earlier study by Bordia (1997). The author proposes future research directions in this area and identifies emerging trends from this research.
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