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Anti and Pro-Social Communication

Theories, Methods, and Applications


Terry A. Kinney and Maili Pörhölä

Contents: Terry A. Kinney/Maili Pörhölä: Introduction: An Integrative Approach to Anti-Social and Pro-Social Communication – Terry A. Kinney: Toward Understanding Anti-Social Communication: A Theoretical Model – Kristen Eis Cvancara: Goal Blockage and Verbal Aggressiveness – Sanna Karhunen: How Adolescents Understand Bullying: Social Information Processing and Attributions – Rebekah A. Pure: Uncertainty and Psychological Consequences Due to Cyberbullying – Teemu Kauppi/Maili Pörhölä: Harassment Experienced by School Teachers From Students: A Review of the Literature – Sini Rainivaara: Workplace Bullying Relationships – Bridget Reynolds/Jaana Juvonen: Relational Aggression and Victimization: Does Research Support the Gender Assumptions? – Maili Pörhölä: Psychosocial Well-Being of Victimized Students – Colleen M. Klatt: Pro-Social Message Design: A Theoretical Model – Leena Mikkola: The Perception of Acceptance as a Function of Social Support – Laura Jacobi: Spirituality, Social Skills, and Pro-Social Behavior – Katheryn Maguire/Erin Sahlstein: Pro-Social, A-Social, and Anti-Social Coping in Long-Distance Romantic Relationships – Diana Hadad: The Utilization of Negotiation Strategies in Relational Repair – Karyl Daughters: Creative Communication and Interpersonal Relationships – Lotta Kokkonen: Social Support Within Refugees’ Interpersonal Communication Relationships – Simona C. S. Caravita/Virpi Pöyhönen/Christina Salmivalli: Pro-Social Involvement in Anti-Social Situations: Defending the Victims of Bullying – Howard Giles/Rebecca Speer: Exploring the Efficacy of the Anti- and Pro-Social Communicative Divide: An Epilogue.