Annals of the International Communication Association
In this manuscript we review multiple approaches to family communication research, and provide directions for future research as they relate to family culture. Specifically, we review family communication research that is either explicitly or implicitly tied to family culture. Given the importance of families and understanding the first social group that individuals often belong to, it is necessary to synthesize programs of research related to family culture. Thus, in order to further the progression of family research we provide an overview of where current research on family communication converges, present additional factors for family scholars to include in their work, and conclude with suggestions for scholarship that builds on and integrates existing research.
Kaitlin E. Phillips & Jordan Soliz (2020) Reviewing family communication scholarship: toward a framework for conceptualizing a communicative perspective on family identity, Annals of the International Communication Association, DOI: 10.1080/23808985.2020.1770620
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