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Relationship Equals Sum Media Use: Examining Relationships as Media Ecologies
Unformatted Document Text:  Relationship Equals Sum Media Use 14 References • Adler, Ronald B. and Rodman, George. (1991). Understanding Human Communication. Chicago; Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. • Adler, Ronald B., Rosenfeld, Lawrence B., and Towne, Neil. (1996). Interplay: The Process of Interpersonal Communication. New York; Harcourt Brace. • Barker, Larry L. and Barker, Deborah L. (1993). Communication. Prentice Hall. • Becker, Samuel L. and Roberts, Churchill L. (1992). Discovering Mass Communication. HarperCollins. • Beebe, Steven A. A., Beebe, Susan J., and Redmond, Mark V. (2001). Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others. Allyn & Bacon. • Berko, Roy M., Wolvin, Andrew D., and Wolvin, Darlyn R. (1985). Communicating: A Social and Career Focus. Boston; Houghton Mifflin. • Bittner, John R. (1996). Mass Communication. Boston; Allyn and Bacon. • Burgoon, Michael, Hunsaker, Frank G., and Dawson, Edwin J. (1994). Human Communication. Thousand Oaks, CA; Sage. • Cappella, Joseph. Book Reviews: Theories of Human Communication (3rd Edition); Stephen Littlejohn; Wadsworth Publishing Company; Belmont, CA; $29.95. Communication Theory. v1.2. May 1991, p. 165-171. • Conville, Richard L. Narrative, Dialectic, and Relationships. In Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 1-22. • Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. (1998). The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 149-169. • DeFleur, Melvin L., Kearney, Patricia, and Plax, Timothy G. (1993). Mastering Communication in Contemporary America. Mountain View, CA; Mayfield. • Devito, Joseph A. (1994). Human Communication: The Basic Course. New York; HarperCollins. • Duck, Steve (1986). Human Relationships: An Introduction to Social Psychology. Beverly Hills, CA; Sage. • Duck, Steven W. (1990). Relationships as unfinished business: Out of the frying pan and into the 1990s. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 7, 5-24. • Ellis, Donald G. (1999). Crafting Society: Ethnicity, Class, and Communication Theory. Mahwah, NJ; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. • Fitzpatrick, Mary A. (1988). Between Husbands and Wives: Communication in a Marriage. Newbury Park, CA; Sage. • Foulger, Davis (1990). Medium as Process: the structure, use, and practice of computer conferencing on IBM’s IBMPC computer conferencing facility. Doctoral dissertation, Temple University. Available at http://pages.prodigy.net/davis_foulger/diss/index.htm. • Foulger, Davis. (2002). The Processes of Media Invention and Evolution. To be presented at International Communication Association, New Orleans, November 2002. Available at http://pages.prodigy.net/davis_foulger/articles/hammerAsMedium.htm. • Gamble, Michael W., and Gamble, Teri Kwal. (1986). Introducing Mass Media. New York; McGraw Hill.

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References
Adler, Ronald B. and Rodman, George. (1991). Understanding Human
Communication. Chicago; Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.
Adler, Ronald B., Rosenfeld, Lawrence B., and Towne, Neil. (1996). Interplay:
The Process of Interpersonal Communication. New York; Harcourt Brace.
Barker, Larry L. and Barker, Deborah L. (1993). Communication. Prentice Hall.
Becker, Samuel L. and Roberts, Churchill L. (1992). Discovering Mass
Communication. HarperCollins.
Beebe, Steven A. A., Beebe, Susan J., and Redmond, Mark V. (2001).
Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others. Allyn & Bacon.
Berko, Roy M., Wolvin, Andrew D., and Wolvin, Darlyn R. (1985).
Communicating: A Social and Career Focus. Boston; Houghton Mifflin.
Bittner, John R. (1996). Mass Communication. Boston; Allyn and Bacon.
Burgoon, Michael, Hunsaker, Frank G., and Dawson, Edwin J. (1994). Human
Communication. Thousand Oaks, CA; Sage.
Cappella, Joseph. Book Reviews: Theories of Human Communication (3rd
Edition); Stephen Littlejohn; Wadsworth Publishing Company; Belmont, CA;
$29.95. Communication Theory. v1.2. May 1991, p. 165-171.
Conville, Richard L. Narrative, Dialectic, and Relationships. In Conville, Richard
L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal
Communication. London; Praeger, p. 1-22.
Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. (1998). The Meaning of "Relationship"
in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 149-169.
DeFleur, Melvin L., Kearney, Patricia, and Plax, Timothy G. (1993). Mastering
Communication in Contemporary America. Mountain View, CA; Mayfield.
Devito, Joseph A. (1994). Human Communication: The Basic Course. New York;
HarperCollins.
Duck, Steve (1986). Human Relationships: An Introduction to Social Psychology.
Beverly Hills, CA; Sage.
Duck, Steven W. (1990). Relationships as unfinished business: Out of the frying
pan and into the 1990s. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 7, 5-24.
Ellis, Donald G. (1999). Crafting Society: Ethnicity, Class, and Communication
Theory. Mahwah, NJ; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Fitzpatrick, Mary A. (1988). Between Husbands and Wives: Communication in a
Marriage. Newbury Park, CA; Sage.
Foulger, Davis (1990). Medium as Process: the structure, use, and practice of
computer conferencing on IBM’s IBMPC computer conferencing facility.
Doctoral dissertation, Temple University. Available at
http://pages.prodigy.net/davis_foulger/diss/index.htm.
Foulger, Davis. (2002). The Processes of Media Invention and Evolution. To be
presented at International Communication Association, New Orleans, November
2002. Available at
http://pages.prodigy.net/davis_foulger/articles/hammerAsMedium.htm.
Gamble, Michael W., and Gamble, Teri Kwal. (1986). Introducing Mass Media.
New York; McGraw Hill.


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