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B.A., Cleveland State UniversityM.A., The University of South FloridaPh.D., The University of Texas at AustinTeaching COMM 240 Introduction to Human CommunicationCOMM 360 Communication TheoryCOMM 370 Nonverbal CommunicationCOMM 440 Interpersonal CommunicationCOMM 601 Introduction to Communication StudiesCOMM 610 Studies in PersuasionCOMM 635 Interpersonal CommunicationCOMM 640 Interpersonal Communication in ContextsCOMM 660 Communication TheoryResearch interests include:
Selected publications:Socha, T. J. & Stamp, G. H. (2009). Parents and children communicating with society: Managing relationships outside the home. Socha, T. J. & Stamp, G. H. (Eds.). New York: Routledge. Stamp, G. H. (2009). Ethical issues in relationship research. In H. Reis & S. Sprechter (Eds.), Encyclopedia of human relationships (pp. 539-540). Sage Publications. Becker, J. A. H., Ellevold, B., & Stamp, G. H. (2008). The creation of defensiveness in social interaction II: A model of defensive communication among romantic couples. Communication Monographs, 75, 1, 86-110.
Becker, J. A. H. & Stamp, G. H. (2005). Impression management in chat rooms: A grounded theory model. Communication Studies, 56, 243-260.
Stamp, G, H. (2004). Theories of family relationships and a family relationships theoretical model. In A. L. Vangelisti (Ed.), The handbook of family communication (pp. 1-30). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Vaughn, M., & Stamp, G. H. (2003). The Empowerment dilemma: The dialectic of emancipation and control in staff/client interaction at shelters for battered women. Communication Studies, 54, 154-168.
Stamp, G. H. (2003). The transition to parenthood. In J. J. Ponzetti (Ed.), International encyclopedia of marriage and family relationships (2nd ed., pp. 1654-1660). New York, NY: Macmillan Reference USA.
Stamp, G. H. (1999). A qualitatively constructed interpersonal communication model: A grounded theory analysis. Human Communication Research, 25, 531-547.
Stamp, G. H., & Sabourin, T. (1995). Accounting for violence: An analysis of male spousal abuse narratives. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 23, 284-307.
Sabourin, T. C., & Stamp, G. H. (1995). Communication and the experience of dialectical tensions in family life: An examination of abusive and non-abusive families. Communication Monographs, 62, 213-242.
Parents, Children, and Communication: Frontiers of Theory and Research. (1995). Socha, T., & Stamp, G. (Eds.). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum. Service
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