The Latin root of the word credibility
is "credere," which means "to believe.
This collection addresses the challenges of evaluating and conducting online research, finding trustworthy information, assessing the credibility
of online health information, dealing with online anonymity, and negotiating tension between individual and group ethos.
27 April 2015 - US-based commercial data provider Dun and Bradstreet (NYSE: DNB) and its Dun and Bradstreet Credibility
In China, the credibility
of news media also has become a social issue.
Although there is now a variety of literature on credibility
evaluation for different UGC domains, most prior credibility
models were based on English content, labeled by mainly western users, which limits their applicability.
The research firm Mishal, for the first time in Pakistan, has framed a media credibility
index after deeply examining media laws and ethics rules and regulations based on different media groups, regulatory bodies and journalistic organizations, nationally and internationally, to explore the state of media in Pakistan.
concerns were paramount during the Cold War.
Lab, among other areas, will be working on models to improve more creative interactions between the Triple Helix players, said a press release issued here on Thursday.
The underlying principle of paying millions of dollars to celebrity athlete endorsers is that the source of the message will add credibility
to an advertisement (Yoon, Kim, & Kim, 1998).
Sundar said this transfer of credibility
provides online news portals - Yahoo News and Google News - with most of the benefits, but with little of the costs associated with online publishing.
A governing council member of the European Central Bank (ECB), Axel Weber, has said that there is no chance that the problems in Greece would affect the credibility
of the euro.
I know these people advertise on TV, but they also live and breathe their business, and get noticed all over the place to build personal credibility