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This study sought to determine how in-laws' disclosure about the family's “operating instructions” (i.e., relational trouble, historical identity, and acceptance) relates to the spouses' satisfaction with the in-laws and with their marriage. Married couples ( N = 129) completed...
The influential impact of norms on problematic drinking is widely documented; however, the relevant theories purporting these effects point to multiple and varied normative components. A better understanding of the conceptual distinctions and the differential role they play can have practical...
This study examined the relationships between employee perceptions of organizational justice and trust and employee antisocial organizational behavior and communication. Participants from organizations representing two geographic regions were surveyed regarding their most recent performance...
Current literature suggests that, as a form of communication, rumor is a story or statement circulated without confirmation. Rumors emerge under conditions marked by a combination of uncertainty, involvement, anxiety, and credulity, and may circulate by word-of-mouth or various media. The SARS-...
Demographic research has documented the ubiquitous use of computer-mediated communication (CMC). Researchers in this area have also explored various factors associated with CMC, including uses, gratifications, motives, and needs. This investigation examines the relationships among affect for...
This study examined women's attitudes about motherhood by utilizing the concept of “face” (Goffman, 1967) and the role memorable messages play in the construction of women's identities as mothers. Results suggested that women could recall messages from a variety of sources, including family...
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of student motivation, unwillingness to communicate, first-generation college status, and biological sex on students' public speaking grades. A standard multiple regression analysis tested the hypothesis. Participants were enrolled in public...
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