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“THEY PRESSED THE REJECT BUTTON, BUT WE’LL HELP YOU PRESS ON”: INVESTIGATING THE NATURE AND OUTCOMES OF SUPPORTIVE COMMUNICATION IN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY FACULTY WHO HAVE FACED WRITING REJECTION

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Although several past studies have used Constructivism Theory and the support gap hypothesis (SGH) to understand the nature and outcomes of social support, none have focused on the nature and outcomes of supportive communication in college and university faculty who have faced writing rejection. Specifically, no past research has explored how different kinds and amounts of support from professional sources influence
subject
Academic Writing
College and University Faculty
Emotions
Resilience
Social Rejection
Workplace Relationships
contributor
Rainer, Kathryn Abigail (author)
Rogan, Randall G. (committee chair)
Krcmar, Marina B. (committee member)
Kammrath, Lara K. (committee member)
date
2015-06-23T08:35:56Z (accessioned)
2015 (issued)
degree
Communication (discipline)
10000-01-01 (liftdate)
embargo
forever (terms)
identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/57161 (uri)
language
en (iso)
publisher
Wake Forest University
title
“THEY PRESSED THE REJECT BUTTON, BUT WE’LL HELP YOU PRESS ON”: INVESTIGATING THE NATURE AND OUTCOMES OF SUPPORTIVE COMMUNICATION IN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY FACULTY WHO HAVE FACED WRITING REJECTION
type
Thesis

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