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Annals of the International Communication Association
In this chapter, we present conjoined models of parent-child sexual communication. These models rely on communication privacy management theory to show how sexual information is contained within individual privacy boundaries and shared when a question is asked. Information is revealed in little bits and pieces over the course of a child's development. Privacy boundary permeability opens, and the circumference of privacy boundaries expands over time. During a specific interaction, parents anddoi:10.1080/23808985.2014.11679163 fatcat:65oyozgzc5a4nd2b3jbztlbi5u