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A clearly articulated treatment of organizational communication, "Organizational Communication" utilizes interviews to explore communication and misunderstandings at all levels of the organization. This book offers a unique perspective on the field of internal organizational communication. The authors review the foundational material, but intersperse the discussions with e ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published February 25th 2011 by Pearson (first published February 15th 2011)
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