Violating Student Expectations: Student Disclosures and Student Reactions in the College Classroom

@article{Frisby2013ViolatingSE,
  title={Violating Student Expectations: Student Disclosures and Student Reactions in the College Classroom},
  author={Brandi N. Frisby and R. J. Sidelinger},
  journal={Communication Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={64},
  pages={241 - 258}
}
Expectancy violations theory (EVT; Burgoon & Hale, 1988) was the theoretical lens used in this study about perceptions of appropriate and inappropriate student disclosures in the college classroom. Participants (N = 211) were randomly assigned to report on either (a) an inappropriate or (b) an appropriate disclosure and the frequency, relevance, negativity, expectedness of the disclosure, and likeability and perceived academic competence of a student discloser. Results indicate that student… Expand
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