Organizational communication: abstracts, analysis, and overview, Volume 10
Sage, 1984 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 346 pages
Volume 9 incorporates over 1,200 abstracts from material on organizational communication published during 1982-3. Like earlier volumes, this one begins with an invited review essay, the value of which is widely acknowledged. The current subject is communication feedback within organizations. Overall, Volume 9 continues to provide scholars, students and practitioners with the most reliable, up-to-date, and comprehensive guide to literature in the field of organizational communication. The series is jointly sponsored by the International Communication Association and the American Business Communication Association.
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Studies Emphasizing Feedback Messages
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