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Audience Perceptions of Background Nonverbal Behaviors Displayed by Candidates in Televised Political Debates
Unformatted Document Text:  Background Behaviors: 13 References Beatty, M. J., & Kruger, M. W. (1978) The effects of heckling on speaker credibility and attitude change. Communication Quarterly, 26(2), 46-50. Bennett, A. (1981). Interruptions and the interpretation of conversation. Discourse Processes, 4, 171-188. Braithwaite, C. A. (1997). Blood money: The routine violation of conversational rules. Communication Reports, 10 (1), 63-73. Chambliss, C. A., & Feeny, N. (1992). Effects of sex of subject, sex of interrupter, and topic of conversation on the perception of interruptions. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 75 (3), 1235-1241. Kellerman, K. (1992). Communication: Inherently strategic and primarily automatic. Communication Monographs, 59, 288-300. LaFrance, M. (1992). Gender and interruption: Individual infraction or violation of the social order? Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16, 497-512. Pfau, M., & Kang, J. G. (1991) The impact of relational messages on candidate influence in televised political debates. Communication Studies, 42(2), 114-128. Place, K. S., & Becker, J. A. (1991). The influence of pragmatic competence on the likability of grade-school children. Discourse Processes, 14, 227-241. Robinson, L. F., & Reis, H. T. (1989). The effects of interruption, gender, and status on interpersonal perception. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 13, 141-153.

Authors: Seiter, John.
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Background Behaviors: 13
References
Beatty, M. J., & Kruger, M. W. (1978) The effects of heckling on speaker credibility and
attitude change. Communication Quarterly, 26(2), 46-50.
Bennett, A. (1981). Interruptions and the interpretation of conversation. Discourse
Processes, 4, 171-188.
Braithwaite, C. A. (1997). Blood money: The routine violation of conversational rules.
Communication Reports, 10 (1), 63-73.
Chambliss, C. A., & Feeny, N. (1992). Effects of sex of subject, sex of interrupter, and
topic of conversation on the perception of interruptions. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 75 (3),
1235-1241.
Kellerman, K. (1992). Communication: Inherently strategic and primarily automatic.
Communication Monographs, 59, 288-300.
LaFrance, M. (1992). Gender and interruption: Individual infraction or violation of the
social order? Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16, 497-512.
Pfau, M., & Kang, J. G. (1991) The impact of relational messages on candidate influence
in televised political debates. Communication Studies, 42(2), 114-128.
Place, K. S., & Becker, J. A. (1991). The influence of pragmatic competence on the
likability of grade-school children. Discourse Processes, 14, 227-241.
Robinson, L. F., & Reis, H. T. (1989). The effects of interruption, gender, and status on
interpersonal perception. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 13, 141-153.


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