Henningsen, Mary L.
M.A. (Master of Arts)
Department of Communication
Communication; Social sciences--Research; Social sciences--Study and teaching
The goal of this thesis was to investigate out-of-class communication between faculty and students. The study addressed the role of academic entitlement on relational frame activation. Participants, N=135, read a scenario of an out-of-class communication interaction between a faculty and a student. The participants then completed measures of dominance, affiliation, involvement, academic entitlement, and demographic information. The results of the study indicated that out-of-class communication was a dominance framed form of interaction and that academic entitlement moderated frame activation.
Clark, Jimmy L., "Faculty and student out-of-class communication : the role of academic entitlement on relational frame activation" (2017). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 3085.
Northern Illinois University
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