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Friendship Processes



January 1996 | 256 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This broad-ranging volume examines how friends give meaning to our lives. Each phase of the friendship process is illustrated with empirical research. The result is a conceptual framework that illuminates the fascinating components involved in making friends, becoming close and keeping friends, and in friendships deteriorating and dissolving.
 
The Meaning of Friendship
 
Theories of Friendship
 
Friendship Formation
 
Achieving Closeness
 
Gender Issues in Friendship
 
Friendship Maintenance
 
Deterioration and Dissolution

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ISBN: 9780803945616
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