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ERIC Number: ED140377
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: 0
Communication and Growth Promoting Behavior.
Emmert, Philip, Ed.; Miller, Keith A., Ed.
Wyoming Publication, v40 Entire Issue 1976
The papers collected in this volume were originally presented at a conference, funded by the University of Wyoming humanities program, designed to stimulate discussion of the issues surrounding the role of communication in establishing healthy human interaction. Section one contains the major position paper of the conference: John Stewart's "Where Are Our Roots? Crucial Questions in the Application of Growth-Promoting Communication in the Dyadic Setting." John Keltner and Lyle L. Miller offer responses to Stewart's commentary. Section two includes discussion of critical questions in the application of growth-promoting communication in the group setting, by Bobby Patton, Raymond Tucker and Roger Wimmer, and William C. Donaghy. Crisis communication and growth-promoting behavior is discussed by William E. Arnold, William D. Brooks, and Hugh McGinley in section three. Section four offers analysis of the present state of research and research directions in the area, by Larry L. Barker and Loretta A. Malandro, Carl E. Larson, and Patrick J. McDermott. An overview of the implications of the topics discussed completes the volume. (KS)
Publication Type: Journal Articles
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wyoming Univ., Laramie.