Interpersonal communication and dating

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Facial expressions can be a huge factor of someone’s personality that a person can’t see through a computer screen or text messages.

It’s not realistic to really know someone without knowing a person’s full personality.

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Implications are then considered for communication exchange across three categories of interpersonal communication--culture, conflict, and quality.

"The topic of this book is both timely and significant.

Mate Selection as Culture Choice: Reflections on Findings in China, Japan, and Korea Yanan Ju 13.

Nonverbal cues are missing from online interactions.

While the subject of interpersonal relationships (friendship and dating/mating) has been around for quite a while, the nature of this research is such that it provides both an assessment of past research and suggests future directions.

These suggested directions have great heuristic value for the discipline of communication.

The book provides both a useful synopsis of an important body of research as well as a model and methodology for carrying the research even further." -- Richard J.

Dieker, Western Michigan University Anne Maydan Nicotera is an Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of Oklahoma.

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