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    Title: 親密關係中傷害性溝通的親社會過程:受傷感、建設性溝通與關係結果之研究
    The Prosocial Process of Hurtful Communication in Intimate Relationships: Hurt Feelings, Constructive Communication, and Relationship Consequences
    Authors: 孫懋嘉
    Sun, Mao-Chia
    Contributors: 新聞學研究
    Keywords: 受傷感;建設性溝通;傷害性溝通;親密關係
    constructive communication;hurtful communication;hurt feelings;intimate relationship
    Date: 2024-04
    Issue Date: 2024-05-23 09:31:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 當前傷害性溝通的文獻多聚焦於受傷感對人際關係所造成的負面影響,卻鮮少關注傷害性溝通有助於改善親密關係的親社會過程。為補充文獻之不足,本研究旨在探討在親密的人際關係中,受傷感如何透過不同類型的建設性溝通來改善關係的人際互動過程。本研究使用Qualtrics問卷軟體進行網路問卷調查,並於Amazon Mechanical Turk平台招募405位受測者。
    Hurtful communication is a common occurrence in intimate relationships. Extensive research has demonstrated the harmful influence of hurt on relational functioning. Although a handful of research (e.g., Bachman & Guerrero, 2006b; Lemay et al., 2012) has paid attention to the potential positive effects of hurt, few research efforts have sought to identify the prosocial process of hurtful communication that can repair close relationships, in terms of how hurt improves relationship consequences through constructive communication. To address this issue, this study explores the prosocial process of hurtful communication in intimate relationships by investigating the conditions under which such a process takes place and what types of constructive communication elicited by hurt promote relationship maintenance.
    Relation: 新聞學研究, 159, 49-94
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.30386/MCR.202404.0006
    DOI: 10.30386/MCR.202404.0006
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