20 achievements

KARTCH, FALON FRANCIS

College of Arts and Humanities
Kartch, F.  (2014). Test of a causal model for sexual harassment using data from a meta-analysis.  Research on conflict: advances through metaanalysis. Mahwah, NJ: Taylor and Francis.
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Kartch, F.  (2014). Use of demand/withdraw in marriage.  Managing interpersonal conflict: advances through meta-analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Routledge.
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Kartch, F., & Tenzek, K.  (2012). Alienation, power, and the struggle for interpersonal relationships in the narratives of nonresidential mothers. Presented at International Association for Relationship Research Convention, Chicago, IL.
Kartch, F., & Tenzek, K.  (2012). I wish someone knew the pain that I feel: the voices of nonresidential mothers. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.
Kartch, F., & Herrman, A.  (2012). I don’t know how to say this, but…coming out to the family. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.
Kartch, F.  (2012). Are you gay? The application of GPA to sexual orientation inquiries. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.
Kartch, F.  (2012). Glee-fully creating gender trouble and exposing the politics of homosexuality. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, Orlando, FL.
Kartch, F., Herrman, A., Omachinski, K., & Burrell, N.  (2011). The displacement of blame in conflict: The use of internal and external attributions in The Real Housewives of New York City. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Kartch, F., Allen, M., Dindia, K., Turkiewics, K., & Maier, M.  (2011). Sex differences in same-sex friendships: a meta-analysis. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Kartch, F., Ahn, S., Dilbeck, K., Glocka, J., & Grimes, D.  (2011). Managing conflict while owning a small business: saving face and figure in a health club. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Kartch, F.  (2011). Twilight takes a bite out of feminism. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.
Kartch, F.  (2011). Maybe I forgive you and maybe I don’t’: Relational transgressions and forgiveness as portrayed in The Vampire Diaries. Presented at Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
Kartch, F.  (2011). An ethnographic examination of gossip in a small organization: coalitions and conflict escalation. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Kartch, F.  (2011). Turning points in the development of “family” in stepfamilies. Presented at National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Kartch, F., Orr, N., Brown, A., & Henningsen, D.  (2010). The perceptions of verbal and nonverbal flirting cues in cross-sex interactions.  Human Communication. 12(4), 371-381.
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Kartch, F.  (2010). Finding conflict in LOST: escalation, destruction, and violence. Presented at Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
Kartch, F.  (2009). Live from New York… It’s parody and the female political candidate. Presented at National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.
Kartch, F.  (2009). Conflict escalation: Coalitions and gossip. Presented at Chicago Ethnography Conference, Evanston, IL.
Kartch, F.  (2008). Transitioning in the wake of change: An ethnography of a small organization. Presented at Midwest Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
Kartch, F.  (2007). Yakety yak they do talk back: An ethnographic look at talk in a museum. Presented at Chicago Ethnography Conference, DeKalb, IL.