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Identity implications of influence goals: Initiating, intensifying, and ending romantic relationships
Western journal of communication
The current work explores the generalizability of a revised analysis of face and facework (Wilson, Aleman, & Leatham, 1998) by investigating the potential face threats that concern young adults as they seek to initiate, intensify, or end romantic relationships. Participants in Study 1 (N = 141 students) read three hypothetical scenarios in which they might attempt to (re)define a romantic relationship, and responded to open-ended questions regarding both parties' identity concerns and emotions.doi:10.1080/10570310309374780 fatcat:uc2byu7bxvgkddcljkmuagcnwu