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Chapter 34—Communication Accommodation Theory

Theoretical considerations

Margaret J. Pitts and Jake Harwood, “Communication Accommodation Competence: The Nature and Nurture of Accommodative Resources Across the Lifespan,” Language & Communication, Vol. 41, 2015, pp. 89-99.

Ronald E. Rice and Howard Giles, “The Contexts and Dynamics of Science Communication and Language,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 36, 2017, pp. 127-139.

Catalina L. Toma, “Towards Conceptual Convergence: An Examination of Interpersonal Adaptation,” Communication Quarterly, Vol. 62, 2014, pp. 155-178.

 

Healthcare

Rukhsana Ahmed and Benjamin R. Bates, “To Accommodate, or Not to Accommodate: Exploring Patient Satisfaction with Doctors’ Accommodative Behavior During the Clinical Encounter,” Journal of Communications in Healthcare, Vol. 9, 2016, pp. 22-32.

Lindsey B. Anderson and Melanie Morgan, “An Examination of Nurses’ Intergenerational Communicative Experiences in the Workplace: Do Nurses Eat Their Young?,” Communication Quarterly, Vol. 65, 2017, pp. 377-401.

Susan C. Baker and Bernadette M. Watson, “How Patients Perceive Their Doctors’ Communication: Implications for Patient Willingness to Communicate,” Journal of Language and Social Psychology, Vol. 34, 2015, pp. 621-639.

Christopher Hajek, Melinda Villagran, and Elaine Wittenberg-Lyles, “The Relationships Among Perceived Physician Accommodation, Perceived Outgroup Typicality, and Patient Inclinations Toward Compliance,” Communication Research Reports, Vol. 24, 2007, pp. 293-302.

Jason T. Mickel, Shian-Li McGuire, and Shelley Gross-Gray, “Grey's Anatomy and Communication Accommodation: Exploring Aspects of Nonverbal Interactions Portrayed in Media,” Interpersona, Vol. 7, 2013, pp. 138-149.

Marilize Pretorius, “Communication Accommodation Theory Analysis of Nurse–Patient Interaction: Implications for Course Design,” International Journal of Applied Linguistics28, 2018, pp. 71-85.

 

Interpersonal and family contexts

Colleen Warner Colaner, Jordan Soliz, and Leslie R. Nelson, “Communicatively Managing Religious Identity Difference in Parent-Child Relationships: The Role of Accommodative and Nonaccommodative Communication,” Journal of Family Communication, Vol. 14, 2014, pp. 310-327.

Sally D. Farley, Susan M. Hughes, and Jack N. LaFayette, “People Will Know We Are in Love: Evidence of Differences Between Vocal Samples Directed Toward Lovers and Friends,” Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, Vol. 37, 2013, pp. 123-138.

Andy J. Merolla and Jennifer J. Harman, “Relationship-Specific Hope and Constructive Conflict Management in Adult Romantic Relationships: Testing an Accommodation Framework,” Communication Research, Vol. 45, 2018, pp. 339-364.

Allison M. Scott and John P. Caughlin, “Communication Nonaccommodation in Family Conversations About End-of-Life Health Decisions,” Health Communication, 30, 2015, pp. 144-153.

Rebecca B. Speer, Howard Giles, and Amanda Denes, “Investigating Stepparent-Stepchild Interactions: The Role of Communication Accommodation,” Journal of Family Communication, Vol. 13, 2013, pp. 218-241.

 

Online or digital contexts

Chris Fullwood, Lisa J. Orchard, and Sarah A. Floyd, “Emoticon Convergence in Internet Chat Rooms,” Social Semiotics, Vol. 23, 2013, pp. 648-662.

Kate Muir, Adam Joinson, Rachel Cotterill, and Nigel Dewdney, “Linguistic Style Accommodation Shapes Impression Formation and Rapport in Computer-Mediated Communication,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 36, 2017, pp. 525-548.

Joshua M. Parcha, “Accommodating Twitter: Communication Accommodation Theory and Classroom Interactions,” Communication Teacher, Vol. 28, 2014, pp. 229-235.

Monica A. Riordan, Kris M. Markman, and Craig O. Stewart, “Communication Accommodation in Instant Messaging: An Examination of Temporal Convergence,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 32, 2013, pp. 84-95.

Nadine Tamburrini, Marco Cinnirella, Vincent A. A. Jansen, and John Bryden, “Twitter Users Change Word Usage According to Conversation-Partner Social Identity,” Social Networks, Vol. 40, 2015, pp. 84-89.

 

Under- or nonaccommodation

Jessica Gasiorek, “‘I Was Impolite to Her Because That's How She Was to Me’: Perceptions of Motive and Young Adults' Communicative Responses to Underaccommodation,” Western Journal of Communication, Vol. 77, 2013, pp. 604-624.

Jessica Gasiorek and Marko Dragojevic, “The Effects of Accumulated Underaccommodation on Perceptions of Underaccommodative Communication and Speakers,” Human Communication Research, Vol. 43, 2017, pp. 276-294.

Jessica Gasiorek and Howard Giles, “The Role of Inferred Motive in Processing Nonaccommodation: Evaluations of Communication and Speakers,” Western Journal of Communication, Vol. 79, 2015, pp. 456-471.

Jessica Gasiorek, Kris Van de Poel, and Inge Blockmans, “What Do You Do When You Can't Accommodate? Managing and Evaluating Problematic Interactions in a Multilingual Medical Environment,” Language & Communication, Vol. 41, 2015, pp. 84-88.

Howard Giles and Jessica Gasiorek, J. (2014). “Parameters of Nonaccommodation: Refining and Elaborating Communication Accommodation Theory,” in Social Cognition and Communication, Joseph P. Forgas, Orsolya Vincze, and János László, (eds.), Psychology Press, New York, 2014, pp. 155-172.

 

Other applications and contexts for CAT

Amanda Denes, Jessica Gasiorek, and Howard Giles, “‘Don’t Touch That Dial’: Accommodating Musical Preferences in Interpersonal Relationships,” Psychology of Music, Vol. 44, 2016, pp. 1193-1201.

Xing Fang, “When an Indian Speaks to a Chinese: Making Sense of World Englishes in the Framework of Communication Accommodation Theory,” Asian Englishes, Vol. 19, 2017, pp. 100-115.

Robert M. McCann and Howard Giles, “Communication With People of Different Ages in the Workplace: Thai and American Data,” Human Communication Research, Vol. 32, 2006, pp. 74-108.

Kate Muir, Adam Joinson, Rachel Cotterill, and Nigel Dewdney, “Characterizing the Linguistic Chameleon: Personal and Social Correlates of Linguistic Style Accommodation,” Human Communication Research, Vol. 42, 2016, pp. 462-484.

Jenny Nilsson, “Dialect Accommodation in Interaction: Explaining Dialect Change and Stability,” Language & Communication, Vol. 41, 2015, pp. 6-16.

Rob Thomson, “The Effect of Topic of Discussion on Gendered Language in Computer-Mediated Communication Discussion,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 25, 2006, pp. 167-178.



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Chapter 34—Communication Accommodation Theory

Theoretical considerations

Margaret J. Pitts and Jake Harwood, “Communication Accommodation Competence: The Nature and Nurture of Accommodative Resources Across the Lifespan,” Language & Communication, Vol. 41, 2015, pp. 89-99.

Ronald E. Rice and Howard Giles, “The Contexts and Dynamics of Science Communication and Language,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 36, 2017, pp. 127-139.

Catalina L. Toma, “Towards Conceptual Convergence: An Examination of Interpersonal Adaptation,” Communication Quarterly, Vol. 62, 2014, pp. 155-178.

 

Healthcare

Rukhsana Ahmed and Benjamin R. Bates, “To Accommodate, or Not to Accommodate: Exploring Patient Satisfaction with Doctors’ Accommodative Behavior During the Clinical Encounter,” Journal of Communications in Healthcare, Vol. 9, 2016, pp. 22-32.

Lindsey B. Anderson and Melanie Morgan, “An Examination of Nurses’ Intergenerational Communicative Experiences in the Workplace: Do Nurses Eat Their Young?,” Communication Quarterly, Vol. 65, 2017, pp. 377-401.

Susan C. Baker and Bernadette M. Watson, “How Patients Perceive Their Doctors’ Communication: Implications for Patient Willingness to Communicate,” Journal of Language and Social Psychology, Vol. 34, 2015, pp. 621-639.

Christopher Hajek, Melinda Villagran, and Elaine Wittenberg-Lyles, “The Relationships Among Perceived Physician Accommodation, Perceived Outgroup Typicality, and Patient Inclinations Toward Compliance,” Communication Research Reports, Vol. 24, 2007, pp. 293-302.

Jason T. Mickel, Shian-Li McGuire, and Shelley Gross-Gray, “Grey's Anatomy and Communication Accommodation: Exploring Aspects of Nonverbal Interactions Portrayed in Media,” Interpersona, Vol. 7, 2013, pp. 138-149.

Marilize Pretorius, “Communication Accommodation Theory Analysis of Nurse–Patient Interaction: Implications for Course Design,” International Journal of Applied Linguistics28, 2018, pp. 71-85.

 

Interpersonal and family contexts

Colleen Warner Colaner, Jordan Soliz, and Leslie R. Nelson, “Communicatively Managing Religious Identity Difference in Parent-Child Relationships: The Role of Accommodative and Nonaccommodative Communication,” Journal of Family Communication, Vol. 14, 2014, pp. 310-327.

Sally D. Farley, Susan M. Hughes, and Jack N. LaFayette, “People Will Know We Are in Love: Evidence of Differences Between Vocal Samples Directed Toward Lovers and Friends,” Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, Vol. 37, 2013, pp. 123-138.

Andy J. Merolla and Jennifer J. Harman, “Relationship-Specific Hope and Constructive Conflict Management in Adult Romantic Relationships: Testing an Accommodation Framework,” Communication Research, Vol. 45, 2018, pp. 339-364.

Allison M. Scott and John P. Caughlin, “Communication Nonaccommodation in Family Conversations About End-of-Life Health Decisions,” Health Communication, 30, 2015, pp. 144-153.

Rebecca B. Speer, Howard Giles, and Amanda Denes, “Investigating Stepparent-Stepchild Interactions: The Role of Communication Accommodation,” Journal of Family Communication, Vol. 13, 2013, pp. 218-241.

 

Online or digital contexts

Chris Fullwood, Lisa J. Orchard, and Sarah A. Floyd, “Emoticon Convergence in Internet Chat Rooms,” Social Semiotics, Vol. 23, 2013, pp. 648-662.

Kate Muir, Adam Joinson, Rachel Cotterill, and Nigel Dewdney, “Linguistic Style Accommodation Shapes Impression Formation and Rapport in Computer-Mediated Communication,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 36, 2017, pp. 525-548.

Joshua M. Parcha, “Accommodating Twitter: Communication Accommodation Theory and Classroom Interactions,” Communication Teacher, Vol. 28, 2014, pp. 229-235.

Monica A. Riordan, Kris M. Markman, and Craig O. Stewart, “Communication Accommodation in Instant Messaging: An Examination of Temporal Convergence,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 32, 2013, pp. 84-95.

Nadine Tamburrini, Marco Cinnirella, Vincent A. A. Jansen, and John Bryden, “Twitter Users Change Word Usage According to Conversation-Partner Social Identity,” Social Networks, Vol. 40, 2015, pp. 84-89.

 

Under- or nonaccommodation

Jessica Gasiorek, “‘I Was Impolite to Her Because That's How She Was to Me’: Perceptions of Motive and Young Adults' Communicative Responses to Underaccommodation,” Western Journal of Communication, Vol. 77, 2013, pp. 604-624.

Jessica Gasiorek and Marko Dragojevic, “The Effects of Accumulated Underaccommodation on Perceptions of Underaccommodative Communication and Speakers,” Human Communication Research, Vol. 43, 2017, pp. 276-294.

Jessica Gasiorek and Howard Giles, “The Role of Inferred Motive in Processing Nonaccommodation: Evaluations of Communication and Speakers,” Western Journal of Communication, Vol. 79, 2015, pp. 456-471.

Jessica Gasiorek, Kris Van de Poel, and Inge Blockmans, “What Do You Do When You Can't Accommodate? Managing and Evaluating Problematic Interactions in a Multilingual Medical Environment,” Language & Communication, Vol. 41, 2015, pp. 84-88.

Howard Giles and Jessica Gasiorek, J. (2014). “Parameters of Nonaccommodation: Refining and Elaborating Communication Accommodation Theory,” in Social Cognition and Communication, Joseph P. Forgas, Orsolya Vincze, and János László, (eds.), Psychology Press, New York, 2014, pp. 155-172.

 

Other applications and contexts for CAT

Amanda Denes, Jessica Gasiorek, and Howard Giles, “‘Don’t Touch That Dial’: Accommodating Musical Preferences in Interpersonal Relationships,” Psychology of Music, Vol. 44, 2016, pp. 1193-1201.

Xing Fang, “When an Indian Speaks to a Chinese: Making Sense of World Englishes in the Framework of Communication Accommodation Theory,” Asian Englishes, Vol. 19, 2017, pp. 100-115.

Robert M. McCann and Howard Giles, “Communication With People of Different Ages in the Workplace: Thai and American Data,” Human Communication Research, Vol. 32, 2006, pp. 74-108.

Kate Muir, Adam Joinson, Rachel Cotterill, and Nigel Dewdney, “Characterizing the Linguistic Chameleon: Personal and Social Correlates of Linguistic Style Accommodation,” Human Communication Research, Vol. 42, 2016, pp. 462-484.

Jenny Nilsson, “Dialect Accommodation in Interaction: Explaining Dialect Change and Stability,” Language & Communication, Vol. 41, 2015, pp. 6-16.

Rob Thomson, “The Effect of Topic of Discussion on Gendered Language in Computer-Mediated Communication Discussion,” Journal of Language & Social Psychology, Vol. 25, 2006, pp. 167-178.



You can access Further Resouces for a particular chapter in several ways:

  • Switch to View by Theory, then select the desired theory/chapter from the drop-down list at the top of the page. Look in the list of available resources.
  • To quickly find a theory by chapter number, use the Table of Contents and link from there. It will take you directly to the theory with available options highlighted.
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