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When Long-distance Dating Partners Become Geographically Close
Unformatted Document Text:  When LDDRs become GCDRs 28 Dainton, M., & Aylor, B. (2002). Patterns of communication channel use in the maintenance of long-distance relationships. Communication Research Reports, 19, 118-129. Dainton, M., & Stafford, L. (1993). Routine maintenance behaviors: A comparison of relationship type, partner similarity, and sex differences. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 10, 255-272. Dellmann-Jenkins, M., Bernard-Paolucci, T. S., & Rushing, B. (1994). Does distance make the heart grow fonder?: A comparison of college students in long-distance and geographically-close dating relationships. College Student Journal, 28, 212-219. Dindia, K., & Baxter, L. A. (1987). Strategies for repairing and maintaining marital relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 4, 143-158. Duck, S. W. (1990). Where do all the kisses go? Rapport, positivity and relational level of analysis of interpersonal enmeshment. Psychological Inquiry, 1, 47-53. Duck, S. W., & Pittman, G. (1994). Social and personal relationships. In M. L. Knapp & G. R. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of interpersonal communication (2nd ed., pp. 676-695). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Forsyth, C. J., & Gramling, R. (1987). Feast or famine: Alternative management techniques among periodic-father absence single career families. International Journal of Sociology of the Family, 17, 183-196. Gerstel, N., & Gross, H. (1984). Commuter marriage: A study of work and family. New York:Guilford. Granovetter, M. (1983). The strength of weak ties: A network theory revisited. Sociological Theory, 1, 201-233. Groves, M. M., & Horm-Wingerd, D. M. (1991). Commuter marriages: Personal, family, and career issues. Sociology and Social Research, 75, 212-217. Guldner, G. T. (1992). Propinquity and dating relationships: Toward a theory of long-distance romantic relationships including an exploratory study of college students’ relationships- at-a-distance. Unpublished manuscript, West Lafayette, IN. Guldner, G. T. (1996). Long-distance romantic relationships: Prevalence and separation-related symptoms in college students. Journal of College Student Development, 37, 289-296. Guldner, G. T. (2001). Long-distance relationships and emergency medicine residency. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 37, 103-106.

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Dainton, M., & Aylor, B. (2002). Patterns of communication channel use in the maintenance of
long-distance relationships. Communication Research Reports, 19, 118-129.
Dainton, M., & Stafford, L. (1993). Routine maintenance behaviors: A comparison of
relationship type, partner similarity, and sex differences. Journal of Social and Personal
Relationships, 10, 255-272.
Dellmann-Jenkins, M., Bernard-Paolucci, T. S., & Rushing, B. (1994). Does distance make the
heart grow fonder?: A comparison of college students in long-distance and
geographically-close dating relationships. College Student Journal, 28, 212-219.
Dindia, K., & Baxter, L. A. (1987). Strategies for repairing and maintaining marital
relationships.
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 4, 143-158.
Duck, S. W. (1990). Where do all the kisses go? Rapport, positivity and relational level of
analysis of interpersonal enmeshment. Psychological Inquiry, 1, 47-53.
Duck, S. W., & Pittman, G. (1994). Social and personal relationships. In M. L. Knapp & G. R.
Miller (Eds.), Handbook of interpersonal communication (2nd ed., pp. 676-695).
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Forsyth, C. J., & Gramling, R. (1987). Feast or famine: Alternative management techniques
among periodic-father absence single career families. International Journal of Sociology
of the Family, 17, 183-196.
Gerstel, N., & Gross, H. (1984). Commuter marriage: A study of work and family. New
York:Guilford.
Granovetter, M. (1983). The strength of weak ties: A network theory revisited. Sociological
Theory, 1, 201-233.
Groves, M. M., & Horm-Wingerd, D. M. (1991). Commuter marriages: Personal, family, and
career issues. Sociology and Social Research, 75, 212-217.
Guldner, G. T. (1992). Propinquity and dating relationships: Toward a theory of long-distance
romantic relationships including an exploratory study of college students’ relationships-
at-a-distance. Unpublished manuscript, West Lafayette, IN.
Guldner, G. T. (1996). Long-distance romantic relationships: Prevalence and separation-related
symptoms in college students. Journal of College Student Development, 37, 289-296.
Guldner, G. T. (2001). Long-distance relationships and emergency medicine residency. Annals of
Emergency Medicine, 37, 103-106.


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