Handbook of Interpersonal Communication
Mark L. Knapp, Gerald R. Miller
SAGE Publications, Apr 14, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 829 pages
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.
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Background and Current Trends in the Study
Theories and Stories
Methodology in Interpersonal Communication Research
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