Title

Toward a Framework of Covert Interaction

Publication Date

7-1-2000

Type of Culminating Activity

Thesis

Degree Title

Master of Arts in Communication

Department

Communication

Major Advisor

Mary E. Rohlfing

Advisor

Ed McLuskie

Advisor

Mary Ellen Ryder

Abstract

Conversation has elicited significant research interest among social scientists. During the past decade, scholars have primarily focused on classifying strategic speech acts and identifying influence goals within conversation. Although significant in scope, such research foci have limited the analysis of conversation to classifying variables and correlating them with isolated behaviors within problematic situations.

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