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Identification, Transparency, Interactivity
International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies
This article explores traditional conceptualizations of credibility relying on quantitative and qualitative analyses of data collected by the Institute for the Future of the Book, which conducted an online survey of readers of Pharyngula and Informed Comment, two popular, widely read, single-author blogs. The results suggest that a new pattern for online information credibility is emerging for blogs that supplements credibility's traditionally understood dimensions of expertise, accuracy, anddoi:10.4018/ijicst.2011010102 fatcat:wspcjdi7bzfctixdwucht6jl34