Communication professors contribute to book on interpersonal conflict
Drs. John Bourhis and Isabelle Bauman, faculty members in the department of communication at Missouri State University, coauthored a chapter for the book, “Managing Interpersonal Conflict: Advances Through Meta-Analysis.” Their chapter, entitled “Reducing homophobia: A meta-analytic summary of technique effectiveness,” examines quantitative, conflict research on homophobia.
Other coauthors of the chapter include Mike Allen of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Kelly E. Tenzek of Bloomsburg University. “Managing Interpersonal Conflict” is edited by Nancy Burrell, Mike Allen, Barbara Mae Gayle and Raymond W. Preiss.
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