An Integrated Approach to Communication Theory and Research

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Author Index
A
Aaker, D. A., 215,220, 222,225,226,229
Abbott, V. A., 286,290
Abelman, R., 147, 149, 158
Abelson, R. P., 286,296
Abrahams, M. F., 286,287, 291
Acker, T., 149, 153,157, 162
Adams, D., 11,13
Adams, J. S., 279, 290
Adams, S. M., 203,208
Agarwala-Rogers, R., 386,395
Agee, W. K., 527, 535
Ahlgren, A., 425n, 439
Aiken, M., 469, 475
Ajzen, I., 154,155,159, 213,226,264, 267, 273,482,493
Akert, R. M., 351,355
Al-Amoudi, K., 148, 149, 155,156,158, 158
Albert, E. M., 525,533
Albion, M. S., 212,226
Alderton, S. M., 370, 377
Alfonso, H., 262,273
Alger, D. E., 103,108
Alguire, P., 487, 495
Allen, B. J., 391,392
Allen, C. T., 222,226
Allen, D., 419, 420, 515
Allen, J., 286,295
Allen, M., 203,206,263,274
Allen, M. W., 387n, 392
Allen, S., 172,173,174,179, 390, 393
Allen, S. D., 48, 58
Alloway, T., 348, 357
Allport, F. H., 176,178
Al-Makaty, S. S., 428, 435,437
Alper, T., 348, 357
Altman, I., 279, 290, 350, 355
Altman, K. E., 257, 259
Alvarez, M. D., 282,294
Amundson, D., 448, 456
Anas, A., 428, 438
Anatol, K., 364,377
Andersen, M. L., 324,330
Andersen, N. H., 277, 294
Andersen, P. A., 350, 356
Andersen, R. A., 147, 162
Anderson, J., 149, 159, 336,344,361,381
Anderson, J. A., 46,46n, 47, 48, 58
Anderson, J. C., 391,394
Anderson, K., 427, 437
Anderson, P., 336,344
Anderson, R. B., 147, 162
Anderson, R. L., 203,204,208
Andison, F., 200, 207
Andrews, K. R., 521,533
Anwal, M. A., 417, 420

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