Relationship Intimacy, Need for Privacy, and Privacy Restoration Behaviors
This study had two purposes: 1) to examine the relationship between relationship intimacy, type of privacy violation, and privacy restoration behaviors, and 2) to examine the relationship between need for privacy and these other three variables. The results showed that relationship intimacy and privacy violation type interacted to affect the likelihood of using interaction control restoration strategies. Need for not neighboring interacted with type of privacy invasion to affect the likelihood of using expression of negative arousal strategies.
Hosman, L. A.,
Siltanen, S. A.
(1995). Relationship Intimacy, Need for Privacy, and Privacy Restoration Behaviors. Communication Quarterly, 43(1), 64-74.
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