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Kaura, Shelby A.; Allen, Craig M. – Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2004
This study focuses on the relationship between an individual's dissatisfaction with the level of power they have in their dating relationships, parental violence they experienced during their childhoods, and their dating violence perpetration. A sample of 352 male and 296 female undergraduate college students completed a dating violence survey,…
Descriptors: Females, Males, Dating (Social), Violence
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Allen, Craig M. – Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1984
Used data from 51 pairs of parents to show the results of miscalculations and inadequate procedures on the assessment of the relative validity of the final-say measure of marital power. Demonstrated that, even when analytical procedures are carefully selected, external criterion variables must be used. (JAC)|
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Decision Making, Marriage, Measurement Techniques
Allen, Craig M. – 1987
Contrary to the prevailing view that 1952 was the year of the first nationally televised political conventions, only 32 states had TV stations at that time; nor did the term "TV candidate" originate in the Kennedy (1960) or Nixon (1968) campaigns. In fact, it is Dwight Eisenhower and the campaign of 1956 that deserve this recognition. Contemporary…
Descriptors: Broadcast Television, Mass Media Effects, Political Candidates, Political Influences
Allen, Craig M. – 1988
To measure Denver viewers' parasocial tendencies (inclinations to establish vicarious relationships) with TV news personalities, a study conducted a telephone survey in the Denver metropolitan area in October and November, 1987. The study examined viewer reactions to four local stations'"news teams" and individual news "personalities," focusing…
Descriptors: Audience Response, Broadcast Television, Mass Media Effects, News Media
Allen, Craig M. – 1988
This paper argues that Dwight Eisenhower's use of television in the political campaign in 1956 helped mark the rise of the centralized presidential campaign strategy. To determine the impact of television on this campaign and describe the campaign's inner workings, the paper recounts (1) the Republican dilemma over the use of television and the…
Descriptors: Mass Media Effects, Mass Media Role, Media Research, Persuasive Discourse
Allen, Craig M. – 1987
A number of flight accidents in recent years have made the use of helicopters in news coverage controversial. Radio or television reporters are sometimes asked to fly under unsafe conditions simply because competing stations have sent up their reporters. Although pilots have the right to refuse to fly if they feel conditions are dubious, they too…
Descriptors: Accident Prevention, Air Transportation, Aircraft Pilots, Broadcast Industry
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Brutz, Judith L.; Allen, Craig M. – Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1986
Religious commitment is found to differentiate levels of both communication and physical violence for both wives and husbands in Quaker families. High levels of peace activism are associated with low levels of marital violence for wives but with high levels for husbands, which suggests that commitment to Quaker principles is confounded with…
Descriptors: Activism, Aggression, Family Violence, Marital Instability
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Allen, Craig M.; Pothast, Henry L. – Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 1994
Explores the relationship among gender, gender role identity, emotional need, and sexual need in adult relationships of child sexual abusers and nonabusers. Implications of these and other findings are discussed in terms of theory and practice. (LKS)|
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Criminals, Emotional Disturbances, Incest
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Pothast, Henry L.; Allen, Craig M. – Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal, 1994
This study examined masculinity and femininity in adult male (n=75) and female (n=38) perpetrators of child sexual abuse. Results did not support the hypothesis that perpetrators of either sex would be more masculine and less feminine than nonclinical adult groups. Findings suggested a trend opposite the predicted direction. (DB)|
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Criminals, Females, Femininity