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As Alok Jha states, "It encapsulates the idea that all the particles of matter in the universe attract each other through the force of gravity" (Jha, 2013).

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Why? Using evidence from the interviews, Markus concluded that social processes provide a superior explanation of media choice. And this position is consistent with other studies: Schmitz and Fulk (1991), Schmitz (1987) and Steinfield and Fulk (1986). Likewise, D'Ambra (1995) demonstrated media richness theory failed to fully explain media choice in an Australian study focusing on the use of voice mail in organizations.

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The Master’s in Environmental Sciences at Emory University integrates ecological and earth sciences with policy and social sciences in a two-year program with a strong emphasis on quantitative research and practice. Benefiting from a growing program with ready access to faculty, students will participate in interdisciplinary research aimed at understanding and resolving complex environmental issues facing humanity in the 21st century.

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The reliability and validity of two fundamental constructs of media richness theory are still not clear. While there are plenty of papers examining the predictive and explanatory power of the media richness theory, and there are solid empirical justifications for the link between equivocality and media richness (Daft et al, 1987; Trevino et al, 1987; and Russ et al, 1990); the underlying construct of media richness and task equivocality have received limited attention in the literature. Only recently did a paper by D'Ambra (1995) investigate this issue.

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Students will work with faculty whose research and expertise in air pollution, neurological disorders, global environmental health, pesticides, disease ecology, and exposure assessment have made the Department of Environmental Health a global leader in environmental health research. Due to their close proximity to Emory, students will also have access to global health institutions and partners such as the CDC, the Carter Center and CARE.

Hilfiker, D. (1985). NY: Pantheon Books.

2010 Introduction Traditionally, the effectiveness of employees’ performance was one of the primary concerns of managers and theorists who researched issues related to management and who developed management theories....

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For example, Kant believes that people should not be treated as an end and never as a means to an end as it’s considered unethical for a person to use other people for their own personal gain simply because – according to Immanuel Kant – people possess value....

Stamm, B.H. (Ed.) (1995). Lutherville, MD: Sidran Press.

In a meta study by Rice and Shook (1990), the prediction of media richness theory was found not to hold. The inadequacy of the theory really became apparent in a study on email usage by Markus (1994). Markus (1994) conducted a fairly comprehensive study involving a survey of 504 managers and an interview with 29 personnel (whose positions range from chairman to administrative assistant), and collection of archival data. The study found that managers do not regard email to be particularly rich. This is consistent with the richness model under the original criteria, but is inconsistent with the updated criteria. Yet the most curious finding is that mangers used email substantially more than the theory predicted. This study effectively weakens the media richness theory: the theory was not found to provide an adequate explanation and the updated criteria were also found to be incapable of capturing managers' perception of richness.