Organization--communication: Power, gender, and technology
George A. Barnett
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1998 - Business & Economics - 210 pages
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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REMEMBERING GENDER ISSUES RELATED TO GENDER ORGANIZATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY
TECHNOLOGY POWER AND DIVERSITY A SOCIAL NETWORK PERSPECTIVE
COMMUNICATION AND WORKPLACE GENDER RELATIONS A STRUCTURATION APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING THE PERSISTENC...
TIMESPACE DISTANCIATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
THE DISCURSIVE NATURE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY A CONFLICTBASED INQUIRY ON RATIONALITY
COMPUTERS NEW INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES POWER AND THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN ORGANIZATIO...
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