International Communication Association
Interpersonal Communication Division
Welcome to the official site of the ICA Interpersonal Communication Division!
The Interpersonal Communication Division is interested in communication processes that occur between people. Such processes include (but are not limited to) mutual influence, individuals’ adaptations to others, people’s interpretations and reactions to others’ messages, and so forth. Interpersonal communication occurs in many contexts, such as close relationships, organizations, health, intercultural, intergroup, and many others. Interpersonal communication also occurs through a variety of channels, including face-to-face interaction, telephone conversations, and interactions via computers.
The division's goal is to encourage theoretical and practical advances in the study of interpersonal communication.
Interested in joining the Interpersonal Communication Division?
To become a member of the Division, you must first be a member of the International Communication Association.
Congratulations to everyone who had papers accepted to the 2014 conference! We look forward to seeing you in Seattle in May!
Find out more by clicking the "2014 Conference" tab or visiting the ICA Conference website.