Gatignon, Hubert; Robertson, Thomas S.
January 1986
Advances in Consumer Research;1986, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p534
Academic Journal
Examines an exchange theory model of interpersonal communication. Importance of horizontal communication among peer groups in mediating the effects of mass media; Effect of personal influence on social exchange; Factors enhancing the probability of interpersonal influence.


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