Organization--communication: Power, gender, and technology

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George A. Barnett
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1998 - Business & Economics - 210 pages
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This volume discusses power, gender, technology and communication issues in organizations. Among the issues discussed are: communication and workplace gender relations; women, power and the Internet; and the discursive nature of science and technology - a conflict-based inquiry on rationality.
 

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Contents

REMEMBERING GENDER ISSUES RELATED TO GENDER ORGANIZATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY
1
TECHNOLOGY POWER AND DIVERSITY A SOCIAL NETWORK PERSPECTIVE
25
COMMUNICATION AND WORKPLACE GENDER RELATIONS A STRUCTURATION APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING THE PERSISTENC...
47
TIMESPACE DISTANCIATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
67
THE DISCURSIVE NATURE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY A CONFLICTBASED INQUIRY ON RATIONALITY
89
COMPUTERS NEW INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES POWER AND THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN ORGANIZATIO...
117
THE MOVING EXPERIENCE IDENTITY EMPOWERMENT AND SELFNARRATIVES
141
WOMEN POWER AND THE INTERNET
167
Author Index
199
Subject Index
207
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