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- The Relationship of Supportive Communication to Sex Discussion in the Home. Neer, Michael R.; Warren, Clay // Communication Research Reports;Dec1988, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p154
Supportive communication was examined as a component of mothers' sex discussion with children. Results demonstrated that mothers who communicated supportively were more open and disclosing when discussing sex and were more likely to provide sons with birth control information and instruction...
- Inspire when saying 'No'. // Communication Briefings;Oct2011, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p3
The article presents a discussion of how to say "No" without altering other's enthusiasm, adapted from the article "Leadership: How to Say 'No' While Also Inspiring People," by Steve Denning.
- The Knowledge Economy and Moral Community. di Norcia, Vincent // Journal of Business Ethics;Jun2002 Part 2, Vol. 38 Issue 1/2, p167
This essay suggests that the 21st century knowledge economy represents a moderate form of moral community. To show this I first clarify the ideas of moral community and a knowledge economy. The latter reflects the emergence of high volume, high speed, high precision (or +VSP) electronic...
- A big-mouth brother. Adams, Nate // Campus Life;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p10
Relates a story of how one can unknowingly hurt other people with words. Importance of thinking before speaking; Insensitivity of some people; Unintentional foolish words.
- dr. joyce brothers. // Good Housekeeping;Aug2000, Vol. 231 Issue 2, p54
Presents some advice on interpersonal relations. How to confront a girlfriend for revealing one's secrets; How to deal with children who caught on logging on to the adult site; Understanding husband's socialization at a strip club.
- Are your hang-ups hurting your relationship? Bender, Michele // Cosmopolitan;Aug2001, Vol. 231 Issue 2, p120
Suggests ways to handle personal relationships.
- Why I have to keep my head down at the hairdressers. Halstead, Jan // Nursing Standard;1/19/2011, Vol. 25 Issue 20, p28
Being a familiar face has its pros and cons, writes Jan Halstead.
- UNWILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE AND SATISFACTION IN ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS. Avtgis, Theodore A. // Psychological Reports;Aug2000, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p82
Investigates the relationship between unwillingness to communicate and varying dimensions of organized relationships. Findings on the analysis of interpersonal relationships within an organization; Hypotheses proposed; Need for the study of the role of communication skills in developing...
- IN PRAISE OF F2F. Thurston, Baratunde // Fast Company;Oct2012, Issue 169, p152
The author offers opinions on the effect of technological innovations on interpersonal communications. While acknowledging the benefits of convenience which communication through mobile communication systems, social media and the Internet offer the individual, the author states that such...