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Family Communication - 12 entries

  1. Attaining Familyhood through Family Conferencing. Krop, Lois P.; Barry, James T. 1986-Mar. 1 microfiche: negative.
  2. Children's Television Viewing as Affected by Contextual Variables in the Home. Webster, Debra Burns; And Others. 1982. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  3. A Family Communication Model for Teaching English as a Second Language. Caro, Doris 1982. 1 microfiche : negative.
  4. Homework for Parents and Teens. Family Life Education Abbey-Harris, Nancy 1984. 1 microfiche: negative, ill.
  5. The Influence of Family Communication on Media Behavior. Stanford, Serena Wade 1983-Aug-7. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  6. An Overview of Research Literature in Family Communication: 1976-1982. Masterson, John T.; Beebe, Steven A. 1983-Apr. 1 microfiche : negative.
  7. Research Directions in Family Communication: Proceedings of the Family Communication Research Conference (Evanston, Illinois, September 6-8, 1984). Yerby, Janet, Ed. 1985. 2 microfiches : negative.
  8. Simulation as a Teaching Method in Family Communication Class. Parmenter, C. Irvin 1986.. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  9. Teaching Listening Skills for Parents. Lyle, Marguerite R. 1983-Apr. 1 microfiche : negative.
  10. Television as Social Reality: A Dialectical Analysis of Family Interactional Process in "The Cosby Show" and "Family Ties." Brown, Julie R.; Vaughn, Mina A. 1987-Nov. 1 microfiche : negative.
  11. Two Studies in Member Perceptions of Family Communication. Part I: Perceived Similarity in Intergenerational Communication Style. Part II: A Factor Analytic Study of Family Communication Patterns. Buerkel-Rothfuss, Nancy L.; Yerby, Janet 1981-Oct. 1 microfiche: negative, ill.
  12. Workshops on Family Communication. Galvin, Kathleen M. 1985. 1 microfiche: negative.

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