International Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Communication

Editors: Berger, Charles R., Roloff, Michael E. and Caughlin, John P.
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Wiley

Single-User Purchase Price: $625.00
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ISBN: 978-1-118-30605-5
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Image Count: 11
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The International Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Communication presents a comprehensive overview of the theories, concepts and processes that interpersonal communication researchers use to explain a wide variety of social interaction phenomena.

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Table of Contents

    • Volume I
    • A
    • Accounts
    • Action Assembly Theory
    • Actor–Partner Interdependence Model
    • Advice
    • Affection Exchange Theory
    • Affectionate Communication and Personal Outcomes
    • Affinity Seeking/Ingratiation Strategies
    • Anxiety/Uncertainty Management (AUM) Theory
    • Apologies and Apologizing
    • Apologies/Forgiveness and Conflict
    • Appraisal Theories of Emotion
    • Arguing
    • Argumentative Skills Deficiency Theory
    • Arousal Theories of Interaction Adaptation
    • Assertiveness
    • Attachment and Conflict in Adult Relationships
    • Attachment and Relationships
    • Attachment Theory
    • Attribution in Conflict
    • B
    • Bargaining Goals and Plans
    • C
    • Caregiver Communication
    • Causal Modeling: Path Analysis and SEM
    • Civility in Political Discourse
    • Cognitive Editing
    • Cohabitation
    • Communal and Exchange Relationships
    • Communal Coping
    • Communication Accommodation Theory
    • Communication among Coworkers
    • Communication among In–Laws
    • Communication and Bereavement
    • Communication and Counterfactual Thinking
    • Communication and Employee Retention
    • Communication and Family Resilience
    • Communication and Mental Health
    • Communication and Narcissism
    • Communication and Psychological Contracts
    • Communication and Telework
    • Communication and the Grandparent–Grandchild Relationship
    • Communication Apprehension
    • Communication Failure/Miscommunication
    • Communication in Adoptive Families
    • Communication in Families with a Transgender Member
    • Communication in Foster Families
    • Communication in Immigrant Communities
    • Communication in Military Families
    • Communication in Service Encounters
    • Communication in Single–Parent Families
    • Communication in Stepfamilies
    • Communication in Support Groups
    • Communication in Workplace Teams
    • Communication Privacy Management Theory
    • Communication Skills Training for Healthcare Providers
    • Communication Styles
    • Communication, Spirituality, and Health
    • Competence in Conflict Management
    • Compliance Gaining/Resisting Strategies and Principles
    • Confirmatory Factor Analysis
    • Conflict and Health
    • Conflict Avoidance
    • Conflict Escalation
    • Conflict Styles and Strategies
    • Constructivism
    • Convergence/Divergence
    • Crisis Negotiation: Getting to Normal
    • Cross–Generational Communication
    • Cross–Sex Friendships
    • Cultural Differences in Bargaining and Negotiation
    • D
    • Deception Detection Accuracy
    • Deceptive Message Production
    • Demand–Withdrawal Sequences in Conflict
    • Dialectical Tensions in Relationships
    • Difficult Conversations
    • Disclosing HIV Status
    • Distributive Negotiation Strategies
    • Divorce
    • Doctor–Patient Communication
    • Dual–Earner Marriage
    • Dual–Process Theory of Supportive Message Outcomes
    • Dual–Processing Perspectives
    • E
    • Emotion and Negotiation
    • Emotional Appraisal/Reappraisal in Social Support
    • End–of–Life Communication
    • Environment and Social Interaction
    • Equivocation
    • Ethno–Political Conflict
    • Evolutionary Perspectives on Affectionate Communication
    • Evolutionary Psychology
    • Expectancy Violations Theory
    • Extramarital Affairs
    • Eye Behavior
    • Volume II
    • F
    • Facework
    • Facial Expressions
    • Facial Feedback Hypothesis
    • Family Communication about Genetics
    • Family Mediation of Children's Media/Internet Use
    • Family Secrets
    • Family Stress
    • Family Typologies
    • Flirting
    • Forensic Communication
    • Forms of Affectionate Communication
    • Friends with Benefits
    • Friendships and the Internet
    • G
    • Gestures and Kinesics
    • Goal Understanding in Social Interaction
    • Goal Understanding Theory
    • Goals–Plan–Action Theory
    • Group Argument Structure
    • Group Conflict
    • Group Decision–Making
    • Group Information Sharing
    • Guilt and Interpersonal Communication
    • H
    • Hookups
    • Hospital Staff Communication
    • Human–Computer Interaction
    • Humor
    • Hurtful Communication
    • I
    • Identity Management
    • Identity Negotiation Theory
    • Imagined Interactions
    • Implicit Relationship Theories and Relational Communication
    • Implicit Theories
    • Impulse Control
    • Incivility in the Workplace
    • Influence Goals and Plans
    • Influence in the Classroom
    • Information Manipulation Theory
    • Integrative Negotiation Strategies
    • Interaction Adaptation Theory
    • Intergroup Contact Theory
    • Interpersonal Communication and Political Campaigns
    • Interpersonal Communication Ethics
    • Interpersonal Communication Skill/Competence
    • Interpersonal Deception Theory
    • Interrogation
    • Inter–Racial and Multiethnic Communication
    • Intractable Disputes
    • Issue Framing
    • J
    • Jealousy in Interpersonal Communication
    • K
    • Knowledge Structures and Social Interaction
    • L
    • Language and Gender
    • Leader–Member Exchange Theory
    • LGBT Relationships
    • Listening
    • Loneliness
    • Longitudinal Designs and Growth Modeling
    • Long–Distance Relationships
    • M
    • Maladaptive Sequences
    • Marital Typologies
    • Marshaling Social Support
    • Measurement Bias
    • Measuring Interpersonal Communication
    • Mediation and Moderation Analysis
    • Mediation
    • Memorable Messages
    • Mentor–Protégé Interaction
    • Message Design Logics
    • Meta–Analysis
    • Mindfulness
    • Modality Switching
    • Models of Relationship Development
    • Models of Relationship Disengagement
    • Multilevel Modeling
    • N
    • Nagging
    • Narcissism and Communication in Marriage
    • Narratives and Social Interaction
    • Negotiation Sequences
    • Normative Model of Social Support
    • O
    • Obstacle Hypothesis
    • Online Dating
    • Online Deception
    • Online Disclosure
    • Online Gaming
    • On–Again/Off–Again Relationships
    • P
    • Paralanguage
    • Parasocial Relationships
    • Parental Conflict and Child Functioning
    • Parenting Styles/Discipline
    • Parent–Infant Communication
    • Parent–Adolescent Communication
    • Parent–Child Communication
    • Pastor–Parishioner Communication
    • Perceived Organizational Support
    • Performance Feedback
    • Physical/Social Attraction
    • Volume III
    • P
    • Physiological Measurement
    • Planning Theory
    • Politeness and Social Influence
    • Politeness Theory
    • Political Discussion
    • Political Socialization
    • Power and Conflict
    • Power and Dominance in Nonverbal Communication
    • Power and Negotiation
    • Power Strategies in Relationships
    • Pragmatics of Human Communication
    • Predicted Outcome Value Theory
    • Problematic Events in Relationships
    • Problematic Integration Theory
    • Proxemics
    • R
    • Reciprocity/Compensation in Social Interaction
    • Regretted Messages
    • Relational and Task Conflict
    • Relational Communication about Substance Use
    • Relational Communication Ideals and Standards
    • Relational Communication Theory
    • Relational Dialectics Theory
    • Relational Framing Theory
    • Relational Turbulence Model
    • Relational Turning Points
    • Relational Uncertainty
    • Relationship Disengagement Strategies
    • Relationship Initiation Goals and Plans
    • Relationship Maintenance Strategies
    • Relationship Transgressions
    • Request Production
    • Romantic Relationships in the Workplace
    • S
    • Same–Sex Friendships
    • School Bullying
    • Self–Construals and Social Interaction
    • Self–Disclosure
    • Self–Monitoring
    • Sequential Analysis of Interaction(LSA/Markov)
    • Sequential Request Strategies
    • Serial Arguing
    • Sexual Communication
    • Sexual Harassment
    • Sibling Communication
    • Silent Treatment
    • Social Allergens
    • Social Cognitive Theory
    • Social Exchange Theories
    • Social Identity Theories
    • Social Information Processing Theory (CMC)
    • Social Network Sites
    • Social Networks and Relationships
    • Social Penetration Theory
    • Sojourner Relationships
    • Speechlessness
    • Stalking/Obsessive Relational Intrusion
    • Structuration Theory
    • Supervisor–Subordinate Communication
    • Support Types
    • Symbolic Interactionism
    • T
    • Taking Conflict Personally
    • Teacher Immediacy in the Classroom
    • Television Depictions of the American Family
    • Theory of Motivated Information Management
    • Therapeutic Communication
    • Time Series Analysis (ARIMA, Spectral Analysis)
    • Topic Avoidance
    • Transcendent Interactions (AAT)
    • U
    • Uncertainty and Anxiety in Intercultural Encounters
    • Uncertainty and Communication in Organizations
    • Uncertainty and Relationship Development
    • Uncertainty Increasing Strategies
    • Uncertainty Management in Health
    • Uncertainty Management Theory
    • Uncertainty Reduction Strategies
    • Uncertainty Reduction Theory
    • Understanding and Conflict
    • Upward Family Communication about Health
    • V
    • Verbal Aggressiveness
    • Violence, Aggression, and Abuse
    • Virtual Communities
    • Virtual Teams
    • W
    • Weak and Strong Tie Relationships
    • Workplace Bullying
    • Workplace Friendships
    • Work–Life Balance within Close Relationships