Trait Verbal Aggressiveness and the Appropriateness and Effectiveness of Fathers' Interaction Plans Ii: Fathers' Self-Assessments
Examines the relationship between fathers' verbal aggressiveness and their perceptions of the appropriateness and effectiveness of selected methods for interacting with children, mainly sons. Examination of literature on the issue; Details on hypotheses which have been developed.
This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Communication Quarterly in Fall 1997, available online: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01463379709370072
Rudd, Jill E.; Beatty, Michael J.; Vogl-Bauer, Sally; and Dobos, Jean A., "Trait Verbal Aggressiveness and the Appropriateness and Effectiveness of Fathers' Interaction Plans Ii: Fathers' Self-Assessments" (1997). Communication Faculty Publications. 61.