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Further decline in credibility ratings for most news organizations.
First time in Pakistan a media credibility index will be developed after an extensive examination of media laws, ethics, rules and regulations drafted by different media groups, regulatory bodies and journalistic organizations both at national as well as international arena.
According to data collected by the Pepperdine Private Capital Access Index Report and Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp.
According to Ohanian (1990), source credibility is "a term commonly used to imply a communicator's positive characteristics that affect the receiver's acceptance of a message" (p.
After reading the stories, the students rated the credibility of the original source and the portal.
In "Multidimensional Credibility Theory," we state the credibility model and the estimators in our multidimensional setup.
Olsson concludes Part I ("Does Coherence Imply Truth") with the finding that coherence theory of truth hinges on independence and initial testimonial credibility and that coherence theory is thus not able to counter radical skepticism.
Conti, "The Psychology of False Confessions," The Journal of Credibility Assessment and Witness Psychology 2, no.
The analysis so far suggests the following definition: A central bank has credibility (as being tough on inflation) when the public assigns a high probability (certainly over 50 percent) that the central bank is a low-inflation type.
In the past several years, the Air Force has experienced credibility problems on Capitol Hill that involve such things as the replacement for the KC-135 Stratotanker and the C-130 Hercules modification project, he said.
Brazil's Tourism Ministry also calls Pestana's investments a boost to the credibility of the country.
Marketers who use these deceptive WOM approaches risk alienating their audience and widening the credibility gap.
Women had almost no presence or credibility in the industry and as a fledging organization for real estate women, AREW also had a huge credibility gap.
Some professors industriously steal others' phrases, sentences, paragraphs, chapters, and research to trade for credibility, reputation, tenure, and textbook royalties.
Although Agar didn't have to convince GE Insurance of the importance of having the CIO in a leadership role, he said a key to achieving that recognition is "establishing credibility across the business that you can think strategically and execute the strategy.