Tim Dun, Associate Professor

Faculty of Social Sciences

Tim Dun, Associate Professor

Office: SBH 313
Extension: 5365; Email: tdun@brocku.ca

Ph.D (Communication Studies), University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA
MA (Communication Studies), University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA

Research Interests:
Communication and Social Theory
Intergenerational Family Relationships
Media Representations of Personal Relationships
Interpersonal Communication

Teaching Areas:
Communication Theory
Interpersonal Communication
Group Communication
Organizational Communication
Negotiation and Conflict
Gender and Communication
Public Speaking

Selected Publications:
Dun, T. (2010). Turning points in parent-grandparent relationships during the start of a new generation. Journal of Family Communication, 10, 196-210.

Sahlstein, E. & Dun, T. (2008). “I wanted time to myself and he wanted to be together all the time”: Managing autonomy-connection during relational termination. Qualitative Research Reports in Communication, 9, 37-45.

Dun, T. (2008). Communication and self-expansion: Perceptions of changes in the self due to a close relationship. Interpersona, 2, 101-124.

Sillars, A., Leonard, K. E., Roberts, L. J., & Dun, T. (2002). Cognition and communication during marital conflict: How alcohol affects subjective coding of interaction in aggressive and nonaggressive couples. In P. Noller & J. A. Feeney (Eds.), Understanding marriage: Developments in the study of couple interaction (pp. 85-112). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.





Tim Dun