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Interpersonal Communication And Human Relationships by Mark L. Knapp
This textbook discusses the processes and principles of interpersonal communication in the context of developing relationships, providing examples from male-female relationships and other voluntary human relationships.
Interpersonal Communication And Human Relationships by Mark L. Knapp
Handbook Of Interpersonal Communication by Mark L. Knapp
The Third Edition of the Handbook of Interpersonal Communication includes eight new chapters and eleven revised from the second edition. Following an introductory chapter, the volume is organized into four parts covering perspectives on inquiry in interpersonal communication, fundamental units of interpersonal communication, processes and functions, and interpersonal contexts. Features include: · Each chapter reviews and updates research in its respective area · Part II examines methodological issues in the field · Includes articles by top scholars in the field of Interpersonal Communication
Human Relationships by Steve Duck
The Fourth Edition of this highly successful textbook provides a unique and comprehensive introduction to the study and understanding of human relationships. Fresh insights from family studies, developmental psychology, occupational and organizational psychology also combine to bring new perspectives to this thorough survey of the field. Thoroughly updated, with new chapters on: relating difficulty; "small media" technology and relationships, and practical applications, the Fourth Edition offers a fully up-to-date and authoritative review of the field.
Interpersonal Relationships by Elizabeth Arnold
Part I: Theoretical Foundations and Contemporary Dynamics in Patient Centered Relationships and Communication1. Historical Perspectives and Contemporary Dynamics2. Clarity and Safety in Communication3. Professional Guides for Nursing Communication4. Critical Judgment: Critical Thinking and Ethical Decision MakingPart II: Essential Communication Competencies5. Developing Patient Centered Communication Skills6. Variation in Communication Styles7. Intercultural Communication8. Communicating in GroupsPart III: Relationship Skills in Health Communication9. Self-Concept in Professional Interpersonal Relationships10. Developing Patient Centered Therapeutic Relationships11. Bridges and Barriers in Therapeutic Relationships12. Communicating with FamiliesPart IV: Communication for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention13. Resolving Conflicts Between Nurse and Patient14. Communication Strategies for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention15. Communication in Health Teaching and Coaching16. Communication in Stressful SituationsPart V: Accommodating Patients with Special Communication Needs17. Communicating with Patients Experiencing Communication Deficits18. Communicating with Children19. Communicating with Older Adults20. Communicating with Patients in Crisis21. Communication in Palliative CarePart VI: Collaborative Professional Communication22. Role Relationship Communication within Nursing23. Interprofessional Communication24. Communicating for Continuity of Care25. Documentation in Health Information Technology Systems26. Health and Communication Technology.
Interpersonal Communication In Friend And Mate Relationships by Anne Maydan Nicotera
A concentration on communication processes is essential to sorting out fundamental problems in interpersonal relationships. This book provides a general theory of the role of communication in interpersonal relationships that is grounded in the rules perspective and focuses on self-concept and interaction as the generative mechanisms of relationship formation and growth. The authors explore the kind of information that is exchanged in the process of initiating, developing, and maintaining friend and mate relationships. Both types of relationships are explored in numerous cultural settings--including America and American subcultures as well as Korea, Nigeria, Japan, and China. The inclusion of Nigerian culture is particularly significant because the research literature in interpersonal communication is lacking any information from the continent of Africa. Implications are then considered for communication exchange across three categories of interpersonal communication--culture, conflict, and quality.
Communication In Interpersonal Relationships by Donald P. Cushman
This book discusses communication principles, processes, and skills from four different perspectives by explaining four related propositions. First, human communication is guided by socially established rules, the knowledge of which allows interacting persons to exert influence over the outcome of their interactions. Second, self concepts are formed and sustained in our interactions with others. Third, the formation of sustained interpersonal relations depends upon the attraction resulting from reciprocal self concept support. And fourth, organizations and the cultural system provide the parameters within which self concepts and interpersonal relations are formed. The implications of these propositions are examined in chapters two through ten. The authors develop their system in terms of results. What patterns of communicationwhat patterns of signal exchangeincrease the probability of the development of affective relationship? What patterns erode interpersonal systems or prevent them from forming? The book also examines patterns of communication within task-oriented organizations and in situations involving cultural differences.
Handbook Of Interpersonal Communication by Professor Mark L Knapp
Nine years after the First Edition, key scholars redefine the field of interpersonal communication. New chapters, which represent areas of contemporary concern, focus on culture and meaning, supportive communication and health care.
Interpersonal Communication by Pamela J. Kalbfleisch
Interpersonal relationships are the core of our societal system and have been since before the dawn of civilization. In today's world, friends, lovers, companions, and confidants make valuable contributions to our everyday lives. These are the relationships whose members are not automatically participants as a result of their birth and kin affiliations. The focus is on these relationships that must be forged from the sometimes indifferent, and sometimes hostile world. Yet, there is still much that is not known about how these relationships evolve, how partners communicate in on-going relationships, how people keep their relationships together, and how they cope when they fall apart. Primary to the focus of this book is the underlying theme of evolving interpersonal relationships from the initial encounter to the mature alliance. The contributors to this volume provide a contemporary perspective for the study of interpersonal relationships. Fresh areas of scholarly inquiry are presented and existing approaches are re-examined. Research in the introductory chapters breaks new ground, and appraises the ultimate question of what impact initial interactions have on further relational development. The mid-section of the volume concerns communication issues that confront the members of a relationship in process, focusing on how conflict and jealousy are communicated to a relational partner. This research considers relational development as well as obstacles and barriers to evolving relationships. The concluding chapters probe the question: Ultimately do all good things have to come to an end? Employing innovative techniques to examine maturing and disengaging relationships, the research presented here focuses on how interpersonal relationships become committed and mature.
Engaging Theories In Interpersonal Communication by Dawn O. Braithwaite
Use and Understand Interpersonal Communication Theories Engaging Theories in Interpersonal Communication: Multiple Perspectives highlights key theories used to guide interpersonal communication research. The Second Edition features 30 theory chapters written by leading scholars in interpersonal communication, including new coverage of evolutionary theories, Problematic Integration Theory, supportive communication theories, Theory of Motivated Information Management, critical approaches to interpersonal communication, and Media Multiplexity Theory. Each theory chapter follows the same structure to help readers easily find and compare information across theories. An updated introductory chapter maps the history and the current state of interpersonal communication theory since publication of the first edition, based on comprehensive analysis of published scholarship. Presenting both classic and cutting-edge issues, the book organizes theories into three clusters—theories that are individually-centered; theories that are focused on discourse and interaction processes; and theories that examine how communication functions in personal relationships. All authors interweave abstract theoretical concepts with concrete examples in order to maximize readability and comprehension.