Are We Violating Their Expectations? Instructor Communication Expectations of Traditional and Nontraditional Students

@article{Houser2005AreWV,
  title={Are We Violating Their Expectations? Instructor Communication Expectations of Traditional and Nontraditional Students},
  author={M. Houser},
  journal={Communication Quarterly},
  year={2005},
  volume={53},
  pages={213 - 228}
}
  • M. Houser
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Communication Quarterly
For years, researchers have been telling teachers how to communicate with students. Advising them to be immediate, clear and engage in affinity-seeking behaviors has been based on traditional undergraduate student responses. Adult education scholars recognize age and experience create unique expectations for instructors and the learning environment. Utilizing Expectancy Violations Theory, an investigation of traditional and nontraditional students’ prescriptive expectations and experiences with… Expand
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