Communication Yearbook 23, originally published in 2000 includes discussions about the relationship between communication and the emotional processes. The authors do not confine the reviews to research conducted in a single context, but instead draw upon scholarship that informs about shame and guilt in intimate, family, organizational and public discourse. Also explored is literature on compliance resistance and the emotional reactions that accompany resistance. Other reviews address issues involving communication about sexual harassment in the workplace, cross-cultural influences on management styles, and the mass media's role in encouraging change in body shape. Offering a tremendous variety of in-depth analyses of communication scholarship in a broad array of research areas, this is a vital sourcebook for researchers, teachers and students alike.
Table of Contents
1. Messages of Shame and Guilt Sally Planalp, Susan Hafen and A. Dawn Adkins 2. Guilt and Social Influence Daniel J. O’ Keefe 3. Mood Management in the Context of Selective Exposure Theory Dolf Zillmann 4. Resistance to Interpersonal Requests: A Summary and Critique of Recent Research Danette E. Ifert 5. Sexual Harassment Research: Integration, Reformation, and Implications for Mitigation Efforts Laura L. Jansma 6. A Multicultural View of Conflict Management Styles: Review and Critical Synthesis Min-Sun Kim and Truman Leung 7. More Than Mettes the Eye: An Exploration of Literature Related to the Mass Media’s Role in Encouraging Changes in Body Image Ronald Bishop 8. Current Research Programs on Relational Maintenance Behaviours Daniel J. Canary and Elaine D. Zelley 9. Structuration Theory in Small Group Communication: A Review and Agenda for Future Research Brian Seyfarth 10. U.S Public Relations History: Knowledge and Limitations Karen S. Miller