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CMDAChennai Metropolitan Development Authority (India)
CMDAChristian Medical & Dental Association
CMDACalcutta Metropolitan Development Authority (India)
CMDAComputer-Mediated Discourse Analysis
CMDACapital Markets Development Authority (Fiji)
CMDACato Manor Development Association (South Africa)
CMDACalifornia Motorcycle Dealers Association
CMDACode Multiple Division Access (telecommunications)
CMDAChinese Medical Doctor Association
CMDACollaboratory for Microscopic Digital Anatomy
CMDACanadian Magen David Adom for Israel
CMDACastle Morpeth Disability Association (UK)
CMDACentro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental
CMDAChrysler Minority Dealers Association
CMDAComputer Media Dealers Association (India)
CMDACollege of Music & Dramatic Arts (Louisiana State University)
CMDACalgary Motor Dealers Association (Alberta, Canada)
CMDAConferencia de Ministros de Defensa de las Américas
CMDAClub Management Development Australia
CMDAColorado Medical Device Association
CMDACommunity Music and Dance Academy (University of Missouri - Kansas City)
CMDACummings, McClorey, Davis, & Acho, PLC (law firm)
CMDACentralized Management with Delegated Administration
CMDACentral Maine Dressage Association
CMDACodigos Moviles Desde Argentina
CMDAChicago Metropolitan Distributors Association
CMDACorn Meal Dextrose Agar
CMDACosmic Muon Detector Array
CMDACircling Minimum Descent Altitude
CMDAClínica Médica da Amoreira
CMDAChicago Metropolitan Development Association (Illinois)
CMDAChemical Materiel Destruction Agency
CMDACenter-Moved Diffusion Approximation
CMDAColombian Military Defense Area
CMDAConfigurable Model Driven Architecture
CMDAComposite Materials Design Analysis
CMDACommodity Market Data Analysis
CMDAComplejo Metamórfico Diego de Almagro
CMDAConnecticut Medical Directors Association
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We believe that drawing on computer-mediated discourse analysis and rhetorical analysis for this purpose is valuable and addresses limitations of the perspectives thus far advanced to explain online interpersonal influence, which do not fully appreciate the textual nature of this phenomenon.
The first article ("How Consumers Persuade Each Other: Rhetorical Strategies of Interpersonal Influence in Online Communities", by Daiane Scaraboto, Carlos Alberto Rossi and Diego Costa) makes use of netnography and computer-mediated discourse analysis in order to bring an interesting account of rhetorical strategies employed by consumers in their exchange of information related to products and brands in an online community.
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