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Published by L. Erlbaum Associates in Hillsdale, N.J .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Interpersonal communication.,
  • Communication -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Developmental psychology.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesLifespan communication.
Statementedited by Jon F. Nussbaum.
SeriesCommunication textbook series.
ContributionsNussbaum, Jon F.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF637.C45 L53 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 378 p. ;
Number of Pages378
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2052251M
ISBN 100805801952
LC Control Number88030047

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Life-span communication: perspective and methodology -- 2. Cognitive processes -- 3. Language development -- 4. Family communication: childhood through adolescence -- 5. Family communication in later life -- 6. Friendship throughout the life span -- 7. Social roles and transitions -- 8. Interpersonal conflict management -- 9. Communication Across the Lifespan combines communication and lifespan development, in order to equip students entering health, disability and related fields with the skills they need to engage effectively with people of all ages and life experiences.   Life span communication scholars are interested in how communication changes across time and find descriptions and explanations for the communication within the change. It is the change across time that is interesting and precisely where understanding can be by:   Nussbaum and colleagues applied this theoretical framework to understanding communication across the life span, recognizing that communication is inherently a developmental phenomenon (Nussbaum, ; Pecchioni et al., ). They define life-span communication as being “interested in what a developing process of communication looks like Author: Carla L. Fisher, Thomas Roccotagliata.

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