Twenty Years of Family Research Published in Communication Journals

A Review of the Perspectives, Theories, Concepts, and Contexts

Authored by: Glen H. Stamp , Carolyn K. Shue

The Routledge Handbook of Family Communication

Print publication date:  November  2012
Online publication date:  November  2012

Print ISBN: 9780415881982
eBook ISBN: 9780203848166
Adobe ISBN: 9781136946370


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While the above title may not be as figuratively eloquent as many of the article titles reviewed as a basis for this chapter, the title does articulate the chapter's purpose: to review family communication research published in communication journals during the past 20 years. This chapter extends the work presented in the first edition of this handbook and provides a sense of the current state of research as a backdrop for the other chapters contained within this edition.

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