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DoD Short Course Class 00-B
|Barge K.J. (1994).
Leadership: Communication Skills for Organizations and Group. New York:
St. Martin Press.
Becker, L. (1979). Measurement of gratifications. Communication Research, 6, 54-73.
Blumler, J. The role of theory in uses and gratifications studies. Communication Research, 6, 9-36.
Burgoon, J. & Hale J. (1983). A research note of the dimensions of communication reticence. Communication Quarterly, 31, 238-248.
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Drake, B.H., & Moberg D.J., (1986). Communicating influence attempts in dyads: Linguistic sedatives and palliatives. Academy of Management Review, 2, 567-584.
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Lowery, S. & De Fleur, M. (1983). Milestones in mass communication research: Media effects. New York: Longman Publishers.
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Rubin, A. (1983). Television uses and gratifications: The interactions of viewing patterns and motivations. Journal of Broadcasting, 27, 37-51.
Rubin, A. (1984). Ritualized and instrumental television viewing. Journal of Communication, 34, 67-77.
Rubin, A. (1986). Uses, gratifications, and media effects research. In J. Bryant & D. Zillman, (Eds.), Perspectives on media effects (pp. 281-302). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers
Swanson, D. (1979).
The continuing evolution of the uses and gratifications approach.
Communication Research, 6, 3-7.