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Relationships in organized helping. Analyzing interaction in psychotherapy, medical encounters, coaching and in social media

  • This edited volume offers up-to-date research on the interactive building and managing of relationships in organized helping. Its contributions address this core of helping in psychotherapy, coaching, doctor-patient interaction, and digital helping interaction and document and analyze essential communicative practices of relationship management. A summarizing contribution identifies common dimensions of relationship management across the different helping contexts and thereby provides a framework for understanding and researching how interactive practices and helping relationships are interconnected. The volume brings together researchers and practitioners and merges academic approaches to studying relationships with practical knowledge about verbal helping in these settings. The book is intended for scholars in the field of organized helping as well as for students and researchers of communication and discourse / conversation analysis in professional and organized contexts. It is also addressed to practitioners interested in learning more about the micro- and meso-management of their working relationships.

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Series (Serial Number):Pragmatics & beyond : new series (331)
Place of publication:Amsterdam/Philadelphia
Editor:Claudio Scarvaglieri, Eva-Maria Graf, Thomas Spranz-Fogasy
Document Type:Book
Year of first Publication:2022
Date of Publication (online):2022/09/22
Tag:helping interaction; helping relationship; organized helping; relationship; relationship management
GND Keyword:Coaching; Helfen; Interaktion; Medizin; Psychotherapie; Social Media
Page Number:vi; 331
Dies ist ein bibliografischer Eintrag. Das Buch ist aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen nicht frei zugänglich.
Open Access?:nein
Program areas:P1: Interaktion
Licence (German):License LogoUrheberrechtlich geschützt