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Relationship Equals Sum Media Use: Examining Relationships as Media Ecologies
Unformatted Document Text:  Relationship Equals Sum Media Use 15 • Gibson, James W. and Hanna, Michael S. (1992). Introduction to Human Communication. Dubuque, IA; William C. Brown. • Katz, Elihu, Jay Blumler, and Michael Gurevitch. (1974). Uses of Mass Communication by the Individual. In "Mass Communication Research: Major Issues and Future Directions. Davidson, W. Phillips and Frederick Yu (ed.). New York: Praeger, p. 11-35. • Liska, Jo. (1998). Ants to Elephants: A Comparative Perspective on the Meaning of Relationship. In Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 1-22. • Littlejohn, Stephen W. (2002). Theories of Human Communication. Belmont, CA; Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. • McLuhan, Marshall. (1964). Understanding Media: The extensions of man. McGraw-Hill. • Metts, Sandra. (1998). "But I Thought that We Were More than Error Variance": Application of the Social Relations Model to Personal Relationships. In Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 107-132. • Montgomery, Barbara M. (1992). Communication as the Interface Between Couples and Culture. In Deetz, Stanley. Communication Yearbook 15. Newbury Park, CA; Sage. • Rawlins, William K. (1992). Friendship Matters: Communication, Dialectics, and the Life Course. Hawthorne, NY; Aldine. • Rawlins, William K. (1998). Making Meanings with Friends. In Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 149-169. • Rogers, L. Edna. (1998). The Meaning of Relationship in Relational Communication. In Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 69-82. • Shannon, Claude. (1948). A mathematical theory of communication. Bell System Technical Journal, Vol. 27, pp.379-423, 623-656, July, October 1948. Available at http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/ms/what/shannonday/paper.html. • Sigman, Stuart. (1998). • Taylor, Anita, Rosegrant, Teresa, Meyer, Arthur, and Samples, B. Thomas. (1986). Communicating. Englewood Cliffs, NJ; Prentice-Hall. • Wood, Julia T. (2002). Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters. Wadsworth/Thomson Learning.

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Relationship Equals Sum Media Use
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Gibson, James W. and Hanna, Michael S. (1992). Introduction to Human
Communication. Dubuque, IA; William C. Brown.
Katz, Elihu, Jay Blumler, and Michael Gurevitch. (1974). Uses of Mass
Communication by the Individual. In "Mass Communication Research: Major
Issues and Future Directions. Davidson, W. Phillips and Frederick Yu (ed.). New
York: Praeger, p. 11-35.
Liska, Jo. (1998). Ants to Elephants: A Comparative Perspective on the Meaning
of Relationship. In Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of
"Relationship" in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 1-22.
Littlejohn, Stephen W. (2002). Theories of Human Communication. Belmont,
CA; Wadsworth/Thomson Learning.
McLuhan, Marshall. (1964). Understanding Media: The extensions of man.
McGraw-Hill.
Metts, Sandra. (1998). "But I Thought that We Were More than Error Variance":
Application of the Social Relations Model to Personal Relationships. In Conville,
Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal
Communication. London; Praeger, p. 107-132.
Montgomery, Barbara M. (1992). Communication as the Interface Between
Couples and Culture. In Deetz, Stanley. Communication Yearbook 15. Newbury
Park, CA; Sage.
Rawlins, William K. (1992). Friendship Matters: Communication, Dialectics, and
the Life Course. Hawthorne, NY; Aldine.
Rawlins, William K. (1998). Making Meanings with Friends. In Conville, Richard
L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of "Relationship" in Interpersonal
Communication. London; Praeger, p. 149-169.
Rogers, L. Edna. (1998). The Meaning of Relationship in Relational
Communication. In Conville, Richard L. and Rogers, L. Edna. The Meaning of
"Relationship" in Interpersonal Communication. London; Praeger, p. 69-82.
Shannon, Claude. (1948). A mathematical theory of communication. Bell System
Technical Journal, Vol. 27, pp.379-423, 623-656, July, October 1948. Available
at http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/ms/what/shannonday/paper.html.
Sigman, Stuart. (1998).
Taylor, Anita, Rosegrant, Teresa, Meyer, Arthur, and Samples, B. Thomas.
(1986). Communicating. Englewood Cliffs, NJ; Prentice-Hall.
Wood, Julia T. (2002). Interpersonal Communication: Everyday Encounters.
Wadsworth/Thomson Learning.


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