Models of mentoring in communication

  title={Models of mentoring in communication},
  author={Cindy Buell},
  journal={Communication Education},
  pages={ - }
  • C. Buell
  • Published 1 January 2004
  • Education, Psychology
  • Communication Education
This study examined faculty and student conceptualizations and distinctively communicative practices of mentoring in the academy. The study included three phases: (1) open-ended surveys conducted with faculty and students via e-mail, (2) focus groups conducted with faculty and students to elaborate on findings from the e-mail interviews, and (3) focus groups conducted with faculty and students to corroborate findings that emerged from Phases 1 and 2. The Cloning Model, Nurturing Model, and… 
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