Gender, Power, and Communication in Human Relationships

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(e.g., Howard, Blumstein, & Schwartz, 1986). Among the greater diversity of resources exchanged in more intimate relationships, it may be that communication is simply a commodity to which men and women have equal access. Indeed, communication seems to be a tool that either males or females can utilize in an attempt to address perceived power imbalances in intimate relationships.


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