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A social cognitive approach to correlates of playing different genres of video games, self-esteem and self-efficacy among university students A study on the relationship between online branding techniques and brand personality for nonprofit organizations Are e-businesses trustworthy? Communication, culture, and media choice in the global environment Cyberbullying victimization and reporting: A correlational analysis based on the National Crime Victimization Survey of 2012 Designing effective organizational communications: Uncovering the transformative nature of communications technologies of a past age for a better understanding of communications technologies in the digital age Do Baby Boomers find brand placement acceptable in television programs? Dynamics of instituting broadband Internet by rural Minnesota municipalities Email in style. Improving corporate email communications with employees at remote locations: A quantitative study Ethical practice online: An exploration of provider liability risk among practitioners in the emerging field of online therapy Financial losses, crisis communication strategies and donor financial support among nonprofit organizations affected by incidents of publicized fraud Gender differences in e -mail and instant messaging by undergraduate students: A replication study Global cultural values change and the relationship with telecommunications change: A longitudinal analysis How technology transforms journalism business through citizen-reporters in Nigeria Implementing a distributed learning object registry and repository to measure learning -object metadata (LOM) practices and use Improving the collaboration infrastructure of an online inter -institutional consortium Information technology infrastructure development in the Southern Africa Development Community: A survey analysis Internet technology: An investigation of e-health uses by individuals with chronic diseases Leadership, communication and conflict resolution in emergency situations: A case study of the Topoff 2 exercise Mapping the issues: A content analysis of elementary and secondary education news stories from 1968 to 2008 on television networks Mining the language of online discussions in the service of mass market communications Online privacy sensitivity and gender: A case study of a highly -educated adult population Parental attitudes toward children's television advertising: Comparative analysis of the United States, United Kingdom, Sweden, and New Zealand Parents' perceptions of the influence of television on preschool-age children: A bioecological systems theory perspective Perceptions of virtual teams: A qualitative case study Surveying undergraduates' news consumption habits: Journalism education in the age of media convergence Technology acceptance model applied in the traditional news gathering process: An investigation of introduction of technologies Telecommuting from the employee perspective: Examining telecommuting as an influencing factor in effective performance, job satisfaction and productivity Television and age of first penetrative sex: Implications and recommendations The Washington, DC digital divides: A state of digital disparity The amalgamation of capabilties and strategies as determinants of firm performance: U.S. telecommunications industry The business potential of HD Radio(RTM) and Digital Radio Mondiale: A comparative case study of stakeholder perceptions The effects of physical exercise on physical, psychosocial, and depression side effects of cancer treatment The experiences of Facebook for adults over the age of 25: A case study The impact of cultures on global virtual teams of India and the United States: A case study The socialization of secure computing practices for home internet users: A quantitative analysis of individual perceptions White collar crime and disaster: A content analysis of print media coverage of disaster fraud following Hurricane Katrina