This special issue offers a glimpse at the horizon of family communication studies in the early 21st century by spotlighting the work of some of the 20th century's most prominent scholars. Invited commentaries, written by acclaimed professionals from inside and outside the academy, also bring new and previously unheard "points of view" to the family communication table in this issue.
Volume 1, Number 1, 2001
Contents: Editor's Introduction: T.J. Socha, Home, Family, and Communication: The Horizon Through a Wide Lens. G.G. Whitchurch, Stayin' Applied. K.M. Galvin, Family Communication Instruction: A Brief History and Call. L.M. Webb, A Thoughtful Critique on the Right Stuff: A Plan for Staying on Top of Family Communication Information. Articles and Points of View: L.E. Rogers, Relational Communication in the Context of Family. J. Gottman, R. Levenson, E. Woodin, Facial Expressions During Marital Conflict. E. Wartella, N. Jennings, New Members of the Family: The Digital Revolution in the Home. F. Rogers, A Point of View: Family Communication, Television, and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. W.B. Gudykunst, C.M. Lee, An Agenda for Studying Ethnicity and Family Communication. H.P. McAdoo, Point of View: Ethnicity and Family Dialog.