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Self-Help Books on Relational Communication: Who’s Writing Them and What Advice Are They Giving?
Unformatted Document Text:  Self-Help Literature 1 Running Head: SELF-HELP LITERATURE Popular Self-Help Books on Communication in Relationships: Who’s writing them and what advice are they giving? Norah E. Dunbar Department of Communication Studies California State University Long Beach Gordon Abra Department of Sociology California State University Long Beach Paper presented to the Interpersonal Division of the International Communication Association. Author’s Note: Norah E. Dunbar is Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Gordon Abra is a Lecturer in Sociology at California State University Long Beach. The authors would like to thank Kristine Clancy and Amanda Coho as well as students from CSULB in the Advanced Interpersonal Communication class of Spring 2003, and the Graduate Seminar on Interpersonal Communication in Spring 2005 for their help with the data collection. Correspondence should be addressed to the first author at the Department of Communication Studies (MHB 717), California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, 90840-2407. Phone: (562)985-9394. E-mail: ## email not listed ##

Authors: Dunbar, Norah. and Abra, Gordon.
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Self-Help Literature 1
Running Head: SELF-HELP LITERATURE
Popular Self-Help Books on Communication in Relationships: Who’s writing them and what advice
are they giving?
Norah E. Dunbar
Department of Communication Studies
California State University Long Beach
Gordon Abra
Department of Sociology
California State University Long Beach
Paper presented to the Interpersonal Division of the International Communication Association.
Author’s Note: Norah E. Dunbar is Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Gordon Abra
is a Lecturer in Sociology at California State University Long Beach. The authors would like to
thank Kristine Clancy and Amanda Coho as well as students from CSULB in the Advanced
Interpersonal Communication class of Spring 2003, and the Graduate Seminar on Interpersonal
Communication in Spring 2005 for their help with the data collection. Correspondence should be
addressed to the first author at the Department of Communication Studies (MHB 717), California
State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, 90840-2407. Phone: (562)985-9394. E-mail:
## email not listed ##


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