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Breaching or Building Social Boundaries?
December 1, 1998... SIDE-Effects of Computer-Mediated Communication Computer-mediated communication (CMC) is sometimes heralded for its power to break down social boundaries and to liberate individuals from social influence, group pressure, and status and power differentials that characterize much...
Convergence Between Racial and Political Identities.
December 1, 1998... Boundary Erasure or Aversive Racism?(1) The relationship between race group membership and political orientation is considered with respect to the accommodation of White identity in media representations of Blacks. Participants watched a brief video featuring a pair of...
December 1, 1998... Factors That Inhibit Expressing Concerns About Another's Romantic Relationship(1) Boundary rules are social conventions that protect the primary activities of a relationship from extrarelational interference. This study examines how boundary rules restrict the ability of individuals to...
Social Identity and Communicative Boundaries.
December 1, 1998... An Analysis of Youth and Young Adult Street Speakers in a U.S. American Community This study examines the boundaries of youth and young adult street persons and their strategies of communicating social identity. This communicative process is observed in the daily lives of these young...
(Mis)communicating Across Boundaries.
December 1, 1998... Interpersonal and Intergroup Considerations The metaphor of boundary is ubiquitous and has guided much research on interpersonal and intergroup communication. This article explores the metaphor by reviewing the literature on boundaries with a focus on miscommunication and problematic...