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  1. Dinner Talk

    Cultural Patterns of Sociability and Socialization in Family Discourse

    By Shoshana Blum-Kulka

    Dinner Talk draws upon the recorded dinner conversations of, and extensive interviews with, native Israeli, American Israeli, and Jewish American middle-class families to explore the cultural styles of sociability and socialization in family discourse. The thesis developed is that family dinners in...

    Published May 1st 1997 by Routledge

  2. Ethical Issues in the Communication Process

    By J. Vernon Jensen

    Series: Routledge Communication Series

    A rapid and widespread growth of interest in applied ethics is occurring today not only in the United States, but around the world as well. Academia both reflects this and is a leader in the movement. The field of speech communication shares in this increased sensitivity to ethical concerns....

    Published April 1st 1997 by Routledge

  3. Values, Lifestyles, and Psychographics

    Edited by Lynn R. Kahle, Larry Chiagouris

    This book showcases papers presented at the annual Advertising and Consumer Psychology Conference. The contributors -- active scholars with both practitioner and academic backgrounds -- share an interest in the general area of psychographics, values, and lifestyle in advertising. The...

    Published April 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  4. Group Communication

    By Peter Hartley

    Group Communication introduces applications of small group dynamics. Hartley shows how an understanding of how groups work and interact can improve the chances of successful team communication and cooperation.Group Communication includes:* critical reviews of group research* explanation of the...

    Published March 27th 1997 by Routledge

  5. Relationships

    A Dialectical Perspective

    By Robert A. Hinde St John's College, University of Cambridge.

    This volume on close relationships in adulthood discusses the central issues in the field and points the way towards the construction of an integrated body of knowledge about human relationships. The self, interactions, relationships and grops are treated as dynaimc proceses in dialectical...

    Published March 25th 1997 by Psychology Press

  6. Chemical Dependency and Compulsive Behaviors

    By Richard W. Esterly, William T. Neely

    There is a tremendous concern and interest in the number of chemical dependents with co-existing compulsive behaviors. However, no one has developed a theory that can explain the high prevalence of compulsive behaviors in chemical dependents, and more importantly, describe the treatment and...

    Published March 1st 1997 by Routledge

  7. The Automaticity of Everyday Life

    Advances in Social Cognition, Volume X

    Edited by Robert S. Wyer, Jr.

    Series: Advances in Social Cognition Series

    As Skinner argued so pointedly, the more we know about the situational causes of psychological phenomena, the less need we have for postulating internal conscious mediating processes to explain those phenomena. Now, as the purview of social psychology is precisely to discover those situational...

    Published March 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  8. Coalescent Argumentation

    By Michael A. Gilbert

    Coalescent Argumentation is based on the concept that arguments can function from agreement, rather than disagreement. To prove this idea, Gilbert first discusses how several components--emotional, visceral (physical) and kisceral (intuitive) are utilized in an argumentative setting by people...

    Published February 1st 1997 by Routledge

  9. Evolutionary Social Psychology

    Edited by Jeffry A. Simpson, Douglas Kenrick

    What a pity it would have been if biologists had refused to accept Darwin's theory of natural selection, which has been essential in helping biologists understand a wide range of phenomena in many animal species. These days, to study any animal species while refusing to consider the evolved...

    Published February 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  10. Evolutionary Social Psychology

    Edited by Jeffry A. Simpson, Douglas T. Kenrick

    What a pity it would have been if biologists had refused to accept Darwin's theory of natural selection, which has been essential in helping biologists understand a wide range of phenomena in many animal species. These days, to study any animal species while refusing to consider the evolved...

    Published February 1st 1997 by Psychology Press