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As social psychologists become more aware of the ways in which relationships undernpin almost everything in the social sciences, the need for an introductory book for students and scholars has increased. The author addresses the essential use of relationship issues within applied areas such as policing, health care, and the corporate world. He also emphasizes the importanc ...more
Paperback, 2nd Edition, 172 pages
Published April 1st 1999 by Open University Press (first published April 1st 1989)
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Steve Duck (Steven W. Duck) a British social psychologist turned communication scholar, is the Daniel & Amy Starch Distinguished Research Professor and Chair, Department of Rhetoric, at the University of Iowa.

He has made contributions to the scientific field of social and personal relationships.

He attended Bristol Grammar School and Pembroke College, Oxford before gaining a Ph.D. from Sheffield Un

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