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Engaging theories in interpersonal communication: multiple perspectives

Author: Baxter, Leslie A. ; Braithwaite, Dawn O.Publisher: Sage, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 423 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781412938518Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Engaging Theories in Interpersonal Communication Multiple Perspectives Contents Preface ix Chapter 1: Introduction: Meta-theory and Theory in Interpersonal Communication Research 1 Dawn O. Braithwaite and Leslie A. Baxter PART I Individually-Centered Theories of Interpersonal Communication 19 Chapter 2: Action Assembly Theory 23 John O. Greene Chapter 3: Attribution Theory 37 Valerie Manusov and Brian Spitzberg Chapter 4: Constructivism Theory 51 Brant R. Burleson and Jessica J. Rack Chapter 5: Goals-Plans-Action Theory of Message Production 65 James Price Dillard Chapter 6: Imagined Interaction Theory 77 James M. Honeycutt Chapter 7: Planning Theory of Communication 89 Charles R. Berger Chapter 8: Relational Framing Theory 103 Denise Haunani Solomon and Rachel M. McLaren Chapter 9: Uncertainty Management Theories 117 Walid A. Afifi and Masaki Matsunaga Chapter 10: Uncertainty Reduction Theory 133 Leanne K. Knobloch PART II Discourse/Interaction-Centered Theories of Interpersonal Communication 145 Chapter 11: Action-Implicative Discourse Analysis Theory 149 Karen Tracy Chapter 12: Communication Accommodation Theory 161 Howard Giles Chapter 13: Conversation Analysis Theory 175 Jenny Mandelbaum Chapter 14: Expectancy Violations Theory and Interaction Adaptation Theory 189 Cindy H. White Chapter 15: Face Theory 203 Sandra Metts and William R. Cupach Chapter 16: Information Manipulation Theory 215 Steven McCornack Chapter 17: Interpersonal Deception Theory 227 Judee K. Burgoon and David B. Buller Chapter 18: Narrative Theories 241 Jody Koenig Kellas Chapter 19: Politeness Theory 255 Daena J. Goldsmith Chapter 20: Speech Codes Theory 269 Gerry Philipsen PART III Relationship-Centered Theories of Interpersonal Communication 281 Chapter 21: Affection Exchange Theory 285 Kory Floyd, Jeff Judd, and Colin Hesse Chapter 22: Attachment Theory 295 Laura K. Guerrero Chapter 23: Communication Privacy Management Theory 309 Sandra Petronio and Wesley T Durham Chapter 24: Critical Feminist Theories 323 Julia T Wood Chapter 25: Relational Communication Theory 335 L. Edna Rogers Chapter 26: Relational Dialectics Theory 349 Leslie A. Baxter and Dawn O. Braithwaite Chapter 27: Stage Theories of Relationship Development 363 Paul A. Mongeau and Mary Lynn Miller Henningsen Chapter 28: Social Exchange Theories 377 Laura Stafford Chapter 29: Social Information Processing Theory 391 Joseph B. Walther Index 405 About the Editors 415 About the Contributors 417

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