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Argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness: Type of argument as a situational constraint
Unformatted Document Text:  Argumentativeness 20 of interspousal violence. Communication Monographs, 56, 165-177. Infante, D., & Gorden, W. (1991). How employees see the boss: Test of an argumentative and affirming model of supervisors’ communicative behavior. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 55, 294-304. Infante, D.A., Myers, S., & Buerkel, R. (1994). Argument and verbal aggression in constructive and destructive family and organizational disagreements. Western Journal of Communication, 58, 73-84. Infante, D.A., & Rancer, A.S. (1982). A conceptualization and measure of argumentativeness. Journal of Personality Assessment, 46, 72-80. Infante, D., & Rancer, A. (1993). Relations between argumentative motivation, and advocacy and refutation on controversial issues. Communication Quarterly, 41, 415-426. Infante, D., & Rancer, A. (1996). Argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness: A review of recent theory and research. Communication Yearbook, 19, 320-351. Infante, D., Rancer, A., & Womack, D. (1997). Building communication theory (third edition). Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland Press, Inc. Infante, D., Trebing, J., Shepherd, P., & Seeds, D. (1984). The relationship of argumentativeness to verbal aggression. The Southern Speech Communication Journal, 50, 67-77. Infante, D., & Wigley, C. (1986). Verbal aggressiveness: An interpersonal model and measure. Communication Monographs, 53, 61-69. Krause, M. (1972). Strategies in argument. The Journal of Psychology, 81, 269-279. Legge, N.J., & Rawlins, W.K., (1992). Managing disputes in young adult friendships: Modes of convenience, cooperation, and commitment. Western Journal of Communication, 56, 226-247.

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Argumentativeness 20
of interspousal violence. Communication Monographs, 56, 165-177.
Infante, D., & Gorden, W. (1991). How employees see the boss: Test of an argumentative and
affirming model of supervisors’ communicative behavior. Western Journal of Speech
Communication, 55, 294-304.
Infante, D.A., Myers, S., & Buerkel, R. (1994). Argument and verbal aggression in constructive
and destructive family and organizational disagreements. Western Journal of
Communication, 58, 73-84.
Infante, D.A., & Rancer, A.S. (1982). A conceptualization and measure of argumentativeness.
Journal of Personality Assessment, 46, 72-80.
Infante, D., & Rancer, A. (1993). Relations between argumentative motivation, and advocacy
and refutation on controversial issues. Communication Quarterly, 41, 415-426.
Infante, D., & Rancer, A. (1996). Argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness: A review of
recent theory and research. Communication Yearbook, 19, 320-351.
Infante, D., Rancer, A., & Womack, D. (1997). Building communication theory (third edition).
Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland Press, Inc.
Infante, D., Trebing, J., Shepherd, P., & Seeds, D. (1984). The relationship of argumentativeness
to verbal aggression. The Southern Speech Communication Journal, 50, 67-77.
Infante, D., & Wigley, C. (1986). Verbal aggressiveness: An interpersonal model and measure.
Communication Monographs, 53, 61-69.
Krause, M. (1972). Strategies in argument. The Journal of Psychology, 81, 269-279.
Legge, N.J., & Rawlins, W.K., (1992). Managing disputes in young adult friendships: Modes of
convenience, cooperation, and commitment. Western Journal of Communication, 56,
226-247.


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