Strategic ambiguities: essays on communication, organization, and identity

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Sage Publications, 2007 - Business & Economics - 311 pages
Strategic Ambiguities: Essays on Communication, Organization, and Identity is a provocative journey through the development of a new aesthetics of communication that rejects all fundamentalisms and embraces a contingent world-view. Author Eric M. Eisenberg both collects and reflects on over two decades of his writing to provide important personal, historical, and theoretical context.

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Embracing Ambiguity
Meaning and Interpretation
Reconsidering Openness

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Eric M. Eisenberg (Ph.D. & M.A., Michigan State University; B.A., Rutgers University) is co-author of the best-selling introductory organizational communication textbook (Eisenberg/Goodall, Organizational Communication:  Balancing Creativity and Restraint, 4/e, Bedford/St. Martin’s ©2005) and is consid­ered one of the top organizational communication scholars and researchers in the field.  A recipient of numerous grants and academic and teaching awards, Eisenberg also serves as associate editor to the fol­lowing journals:  Communication Monographs; Communication Research; Management Communication Quarterly; Journal of Applied Communication Research.

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