Media Appropriateness in the Conduct and Discovery of Deceptive Communication: The Relative Influence of Richness and Synchronicity
作者: John R. CarlsonJoey F. George
作者单位: 1Hankamer School of Business, Department of Information Systems, Baylor University
2College of Business, Department of Management Information Systems, Florida State University
刊名: Group Decision and Negotiation, 2004, Vol.13 (2), pp.191-210
来源数据库: Springer Journal
DOI: 10.1023/B:GRUP.0000021841.01346.35
英文摘要: Abstract(#br)We investigate the role that media synchronicity and media richness play in the particular communication context of deception. Hypotheses are developed based on prior models of mediated-deception as well as media richness theory and channel expansion theory. Two survey-based studies were conducted to look at this construct from the separate standpoints of the deceiver and the receiver. Study 1 (the deceiver) provided respondents with a detailed scenario and asked them to select a medium to use to accomplish a specific deceptive act. Results indicate a general preference for highly synchronous (and non-reprocessable) media. Study 2 (the receiver) focused each respondent on a specific medium and used 4 short scenarios to investigate how confidence in their ability to detect...
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