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Valentine, Kristin; And Others – 1985
Twenty-two interviews were conducted with the owner, managers, employees, suppliers, customers, and competitors of an auto dealership employing 91 people in order to examine the oral traditions of that company. The interviews provided data on management styles, dynamics of the managers' interaction, general language usage, paralanguage, favorable…
Descriptors: Communication Research, Employer Employee Relationship, Field Interviews, Interaction
Cangelosi, Barbara R.; Peterson, M. Larry – 1998
A unit in assertive communication strategies for the workplace was developed and tested with approximately 45 juniors and seniors at a Utah high school. For 4 weeks of a 6-week grading period, the students were exposed to basic information on verbal and nonverbal communication and administered a survey designed to tap their individual value system…
Descriptors: Assertiveness, Business Communication, Classroom Techniques, Communication Skills
Barrick, Marilyn C.; Creveling, Patricia – 1968
Marathon groups offer individuals an opportunity to engage in intensified, authentic personal encounter with each other in a small group setting, usually with 10-15 persons in a group. This is a report of tentative findings at the Student Life Center, University of Colorado. There were three matched groups, each with nine sophomores. The first…
Descriptors: Experimental Groups, Group Behavior, Group Dynamics, Group Experience
Amodeo, Luiza B.; Martin, Jeanette – 1982
The study examined antecedents to high educational achievement of 42 selected Mexican Americans (university professors, third-year law students, and third- and fourth-year medical students) in 5 southwestern universities (4 in California and 1 in New Mexico). Two related considerations prompted the investigation: failure of many Mexican Americans…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Academic Aspiration, College Students, Educational Background
Keltner, John W. – 1979
A review of the history and development of experiential learning in its educational and therapeutic contexts emphasizes the value of self-awareness as a prerequisite to interpersonal and group development. It also serves to underscore the potential of the Self Awareness and Interpersonal Communication (SAIC) program in an American society with…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), Educational Attitudes, Educational Change, Educational Development
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Rademaker, Linnea L.; Duffy, Jennifer O'Connor; Wetzler, Elizabeth; Zaikina-Montgomery, Helen – Online Learning, 2016
We explored online dissertation chairs' perceptions of trust in the mentor-mentee relationship, as trust was identified as a crucial factor in the success of doctoral students. Through the implementation of a multiple-case study, and a qualitative, online questionnaire, and through qualitative data analysis, we discovered 16 chairs' perceptions of…
Descriptors: Department Heads, Doctoral Dissertations, Trust (Psychology), Mentors
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Cain, Roy – Journal of Social Work Education, 1996
Social work students' responses to their professor's in-class disclosure of homosexuality are examined. Topics addressed include student awareness of gay/lesbian issues, reactions to disclosure, effect on learning environment, recognition of homophobia and heterosexism, classroom power balance, relationship between personal and political actions,…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Disclosure, Higher Education
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Adams, Tony E. – International Journal of Multicultural Education, 2017
If critical autoethnographers identify and attempt to remedy personal/cultural offenses, then they should also discuss how to live with individuals-- themselves included--who have been complicit in and/or committed these offenses. One way critical autoethnographers can do so is through the concept of forgiveness. In this article, I first describe…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Autobiographies, Interpersonal Relationship, Altruism
Steiger, Arlene; Davis, Fran – 1992
While women's representation in math and the physical sciences has improved over the past decade, it will be 20 years before women achieve equal representation at the bachelor's level in these fields. In a series of interviews conducted with students in college-level science programs in Montreal (Canada) community colleges, the majority of female…
Descriptors: Academic Persistence, Classroom Techniques, Community Colleges, Experiential Learning
Davis, Fran; And Others – 1989
Feminist pedagogy is characterized by a sustained effort to acknowledge the dialectical relationship between the learner and that which is to be learned. In a feminist classroom the teacher insists upon the integration of personal experience and affective response with subject matter, discourages students from being passive recipients of…
Descriptors: Academic Persistence, Classroom Environment, Cognitive Style, College Students
Ifenthaler, Dirk; Schumacher, Clara – International Association for Development of the Information Society, 2015
The purpose of this study was to investigate if students are prepared to release any personal data in order to inform learning analytics systems. Besides the well-documented benefits of learning analytics, serious concerns and challenges are associated with the application of these data driven systems. Most notably, empirical evidence regarding…
Descriptors: Self Disclosure (Individuals), Educational Research, Data Collection, Data Analysis
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Paxman, Christina G. – Communication Teacher, 2013
The exploration of secrets summons the adage that ''what someone doesn't know won't hurt them.'' While this phrase implies that keeping secrets can be advantageous, it also foreshadows another consideration: secrets have the propensity to hurt others (Caughlin, Scott, Miller, & Hefner, 2009). Despite this, the act…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Communication, Self Disclosure (Individuals), Art Products, Class Activities
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Smetana, Judith G.; Villalobos, Myriam; Tasopoulos-Chan, Marina; Gettman, Denise C.; Campione-Barr, Nicole – Journal of Adolescence, 2009
Disclosure, disclosure strategies, and justifications for nondisclosure for prudential, peer, multifaceted, and personal acts were assessed using a sorting task with 118 lower-middle class early and middle adolescents (Ms = 12.77 and 15.68 years). Adolescents were less involved in prudential than other behaviors, although prudential behavior was…
Descriptors: Middle Class, Adolescents, Early Adolescents, Self Disclosure (Individuals)
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Yang, Shu Ching; Chiang, Feng Kuang; Huang, Chiao Ling – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2017
The purpose of this study was to compare the academic dishonesty (AD) experience of students from Mainland China and Taiwan. Specifically, we investigated students' current self-reported personal AD, their perception of peers' AD, the climate of academic integrity and their awareness of AD's seriousness. Furthermore, we sought to explore the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Analysis, Cross Cultural Studies, Cheating
Cox, Trissa – ProQuest LLC, 2012
Information privacy is a major concern for consumers adopting emerging technologies dependent on location-based services. This study sought to determine whether a relationship exists among factors of personalization, locatability, perceived playfulness, privacy concern and behavioral intention to disclose personal information for individuals using…
Descriptors: Intention, Self Disclosure (Individuals), Information Security, Privacy
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