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Conflict CommunicationEdited by Kristin Leigh Davis
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Conflict Communication

Edited by Kristin Leigh Davis

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60927-864-9, 234 pages

©2013

Description
Conflict Communication is a unique anthology in the field of interpersonal communication that comprises both scholarly articles and book chapters from the disciplines of human communication, psychology, marriage and family therapy, and business. Organized thematically, the readings cover interpersonal conflict from theory to research to future directions and offer a broad knowledge base in the field of conflict communication. Furthermore, the reader is introduced to the darker side of interpersonal conflict through selections on abuse, intimate partner violence, and bullying. This book is an excellent choice for required reading for an upper-level undergraduate conflict course, as well as for supplementary reading in a graduate-level course.

Biography
Kristin Davis Kristin Leigh Davis (Ph.D., Arizona State University) is an Assistant Professor of Human Communication at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, where she teaches Communication and Conflict, Interpersonal Communication, Gender Issues in Communication, and other courses. Dr. Davis is a mediator with a background in both facilitative and transformative mediation principles. Her current research interests lie in conflict, health, spirituality, and communication. She has published book chapters and research articles in journals, such as Behavioral Medicine, Health Communication, and the North American Journal of Psychology.