Deborah J. Rutt obtained the Ph.D. degree and is now in private practice, Margaret Hoy Hurst obtained her master's degree, and from which Heather Strcjc holds a bachelor's degree. Theauthors are grateful to Barbara Montgomery, Paul Wright, Joanna Lawson, Susan Sprecher, Terri Orbuch, Charles R. Berger, and John H. Harvey for their helpful comments on earlier drafts or some parts of this article, to Steve Durban for his expert advice on the statistical issues raised in the analysis, and to Karen Dace for her help with the data collection and coding. A previous version of some parts of this article was presented at the annual meeting of the Speech Communication Association in New Orleans, November 1988
Some Evident Truths About Conversations in Everyday Relationships All Communications Are Not Created Equal
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Human Communication Research
Volume 18, Issue 2, pages 228–267, December 1991
How to Cite
DUCK, S., RUTT, D. J., HOY, M. and STREJC, H. H. (1991), Some Evident Truths About Conversations in Everyday Relationships All Communications Are Not Created Equal. Human Communication Research, 18: 228–267. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2958.1991.tb00545.x
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