Perspectives on Family Communication, 5th Edition
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Emphasizing the role that communication plays in both creating and solving family issues, Perspectives on Family Communication thoroughly reflects the explosion of research literature in the area of family communication. Now in its fifth edition, this text continues to emphasize the role that communication plays in the evolution of family issues. The material examines a wide variety of contemporary family types and supports this examination with current research and practical examples. The Connect course for this offering includes SmartBook, an adaptive reading and study experience which guides students to master, recall, and apply key concepts while providing automatically-graded assessment.
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To the Student
Part 1: Practical and Theoretical Foundations
Chapter 1: Providing Definitions
Chapter 2: Providing Theoretical Frameworks
Part 2: Family Structure and Context
Chapter 3: Examining Structure: Roles and Rules
Chapter 4: Social Context for Family Communication
Part 3: Family Interactions
Chapter 5: Communicating Intimacy
Chapter 6: Telling Stories and Making Meaning
Chapter 7: Expressing Conflict, Power, and Violence
Chapter 8: Communicating Under Stress
Chapter 9: Challenging Dialogues in the Family
Part 4: Conclusions
Chapter 10: Concluding Perspectives on Family Communication
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