Strategic Interpersonal Communication

By John A. Daly; John M. Wiemann | Go to book overview

Why hasn't theory in this area developed more? Perhaps because it was driven not by a theory but, rather, by observation and inductive categories. Our challenge now is to create that theory.

The essays collected in this volume provide not only a summary of what has been accomplished to date, but also an initial theoretic map for future research concerning strategic interpersonal communication.


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