Classic books on communication and technology
For discussion of information technology and the computer’s effect on communication, see these classic pieces:
Alan L. Porter and William H. Read, The Information Revolution: Current and Future Consequences, Ablex, Greenwich, CT, 1998.
Tom Koch, The Message is the Medium: Online All the Time for Everyone, Praeger, Westport, CT, 1996.
Kevin B. Wright, “On-line Relational Maintenance Strategies and Perceptions of Partners Within Exclusively Internet-Based and Primarily Internet-Based Relationships,” Communication Studies, Vol.55, 2004, pp. 239- 254.
Jeffrey S. McQuillen, “The Influence of Technology on the Initiation of Interpersonal Relationships,” Education, Vol. 123, 2003, pp. 616-624.
Erin K. Ruppel, Clare Gross, Arrington Stoll, Brittnie S. Peck, Mike Allen, and Sang-Yeon Kim, “Reflecting on Connecting: Meta-Analysis of Differences Between Computer-Mediated and Face-to-Face Self-Disclosure,” Journal Of Computer-Mediated Communication, Vol. 22, 2017, pp. 18-34.
Daejoong Kim, Mark G. Frank, and Sung Tae Kim, “Emotional Display Behavior in Different Forms of Computer Mediated Communication,” Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 30, 2014, pp. 222-229.
Carmina Rodríguez-Hidalgo, Ed S. H. Tan, and Peeter W. J. Verlegh, “Expressing Emotions in Blogs: The Role of Textual Paralinguistic Cues in Online Venting and Social Sharing Posts,” Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 73, 2017, pp. 638-649.
Tatiana A. Vlahovic, Sam Roberts, and Robin Dunbar, “Effects of Duration and Laughter on Subjective Happiness Within Different Modes of Communication,” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Vol. 17, 2017, pp. 436-450.
Other teaching aids for SIP
Daria S. Heinemann, “Using You've Got Mail to Teach Social Information Processing Theory and Hyperpersonal Perspective in Online Interactions,” Communication Teacher, Vol. 25, 2011, pp. 183-188.
Applied uses of SIP
David C. DeAndrea, Stephanie Tom Tong, Yuhua Jake Liang, Timothy R. Levine, and Joseph B. Walther, “When Do People Misrepresent Themselves to Others? The Effects of Social Desirability, Ground Truth, and Accountability on Deceptive Self-Presentations,” Journal of Communication, Vol. 62, 2012, pp. 400-417.
Mi Rosie Jahng and Jeremy Littau, “Interacting Is Believing: Interactivity, Social Cue, and Perceptions of Journalistic Credibility on Twitter,” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Vol. 93, 2016, pp. 38-58.
Jayeon Lee and Young-shin Lim, “Who Says What About Whom: Young Voters' Impression Formation of Political Candidates on Social Networking Sites,” Mass Communication & Society, Vol. 17, 2014, pp. 553-572.
Joseph B. Walther, Elaine Hoter, Asmaa Ganayem, and Miri Shonfeld, “Computer-Mediated Communication and the Reduction of Prejudice: A Controlled Longitudinal Field Experiment Among Jews and Arabs in Israel,” Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 52, 2015, pp. 550-558.
Nonverbal cues online
Joseph B. Walther, Tracy Loh, and Laura Granka, “Let Me Count the Ways: The Interchange of Verbal and Nonverbal Cues in Computer-Mediated and Face-to-Face Affinity,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 24, 2005, pp. 36-66.
Classroom uses and distance education
J. B. Arbaugh, “How Instructor Immediacy Behaviors Affect Student Satisfaction and Learning in Web-based Courses,” Business Communication Quarterly, Vol. 64, 2001, pp. 42-54.
Roger N. Conaway, Susan S. Easton, and Wallace V. Schmidt, “Strategies for Enhancing Student Interaction and Immediacy in Online Courses,” Business Communication Quarterly, Vol. 68,2005, pp. 23-36.
Karen Swan, “Building Learning Communities in Online Courses: The Importance of Interaction,” Education, Communication & Information, Vol. 2, 2002, pp. 23-50.