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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Communication yearbook 13.
New York : Routledge, 2012, ©1990
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James A Anderson
|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Communication Yearbook 13; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Section 1: Organizations: Criticism and Culture; 1. Power, Discourse, and the Workplace: Reclaiming the Critical Tradition: Stanley Deetz and Dennis K. Mumby; Commentaries; Discourse, Ideology, and Organizational Control: Beth Haslett; Absence as Workplace Control: A Critical Inquiry: Cynthia Stohl and Patty Sotirin; 2. A Theater of Motives and the ""Meaningful Orders of Persons and Things"": H.L. Goodal, Jr.; Commentaries; Rhetoric and the Display of Organizational Ethnographies: Charles Conrad. A View from Within: An Insider's Reflectionon the Effect of Relocation: Sandra Sanford3. Managing Organizational Culture: Dreams and Possibilities: Sonja A. Sackmann; Commentaries; Trade-Offs in Managing Organizational Culture: Connie J.G. Gersick; More Thought Provoking Than a New Paradigm: Larry E. Greiner; 4. Defining Stories in Organizations: Characteristics and Functions:Mary Helen Brown; Commentaries; Stories as Repositories of Organizational Intelligence: Implications for Organizational Development: Gary L. Kreps. Symbolic Emancipation in the Organization: A Case of Shifting Power: Jill J. McMillanSection 2: Interpersonal Conversations, Arguments, Embarrassments, and Negotiations; 5. Orienting to the Phenomenon:Wayne A. Beach; Commentaries; Describing Speech Phenomena:Robert Hopper; Communication Phenomena as Solutions to Interactional Problems:Jenny Mandelbaum; 6. Perspectives on Group Argument: A Critical Review of Persuasive Arguments Theory and an Alternative Structurational View:Renee A. Meyers and David R. Seibold; Commentaries. Group Argument, Social Pressure, and the Making of Group Decisions:Franklin J. BosterExploiting the Predictive Potential of Structuration Theory:Dennis S. Gouran; 7. Remedial Processes in Embarrassing Predicaments:William R. Cupach and Sandra Metts; Commentaries; Coping with Embarrassment and Chronic Blushing: Robert J. Edelmann; The Use of a Communication Boundary Perspective to Contextualize Embarrassment Research:Sandra Petronio; 8. Interaction Goals in Negotiation: Steven R. Wilson and Linda L. Putnam; Commentaries; The Structure of Interaction Goals: Pamela J. Benoit. Interaction Goals in Negotiation: A Critique:William A. DonohueSection 3: Mediated Communication: Information, Industry and consumption; 9. The Trade Winds Change: Japan's Shift from an Information Importer to an Information Exporter, 1965-1985:Youichi Ito; Commentaries; The Competitive Theory of International Communication:Majid Tehranian; News Media: Frontiers in International Relations:Jaswant S. Yadava; 10. Media Industries, Media Consequences: Rethinking Mass Communication:Joseph Turow; Commentaries; Organizational Communication, Media Industries, and Mass Communication:Charles R. Bantz.|
|Responsibility:||edited by James A. Anderson.|