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      Testing Media Richness Theory in the New Media: The Effects of Cues, Feedback, and Task Equivocality

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      Information Systems Research
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                Journal
                Information Systems Research
                Information Systems Research
                Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
                1047-7047
                1526-5536
                September 1998
                September 1998
                : 9
                : 3
                : 256-274
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                10.1287/isre.9.3.256
                8406235d-ebac-49c5-9a0d-915eb5dd6f07
                © 1998
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