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Handbook of Organizational Communication
An Interdisciplinary Perspective

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September 1987 | 784 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Organizational communication is a rapidly evolving field of communication studies. How has it developed over the last decade? How do the pioneers of the discipline see its future? The Handbook of Organizational Communication brings you up-to-date with the latest advances in this exciting field. Leading scholars review and synthesize important developments in research and theory. They also suggest future directions for research.
 
PART ONE: THEORETICAL ISSUES
 
Editors' Overview
Kathleen J Krone, Fredric M Jablin and Linda L Putnam
Communication Theory and Organizational Communication
Multiple Perspectives

 
Nancy Euske and Karlene H Roberts
Evolving Perspectives in Organization Theory
Communication Implications

 
Phillip K Tompkins
Translating Organizational Theory
Symbolism Over Substance

 
Karl E Weick
Theorizing About Organizational Communication
 
PART TWO: CONTEXT: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENTS
 
Editors' Overview
George P Huber and Richard L Daft
Information Environments
George Cheney and Steven L Vibbert
Corporate Discourse
Public Relations and Issue Management

 
Raymond L Falcione, Lyle Sussman and Richard Herden
Communication Climate in Organizations
Linda Smircich and Marta B Calás
Organizational Culture
A Critical Assessment

 
Harry C Triandis and Rosita D Albert
Cross-Cultural Perspectives
 
PART THREE: STRUCTURE: PATTERNS OF ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
 
Editors' Overview
Peter M Monge and Eric M Eisenberg
Emergent Communication Networks
Fred Dansereau and Steven E Markham
Superior-Subordinate Communication
Multiple Levels of Analysis

 
Fredric M Jablin
Formal Organization Structure
Mary J Culnan and M Lynne Markus
Information Technologies
 
PART FOUR: PROCESS: COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS
 
Editors' Overview
Cynthia Stohl and W Charles Redding
Message and Message Exchange Processes
Peter J Frost
Power, Politics and Influence
Linda L Putnam and Marshall Scott Poole
Conflict and Negotiation
Charles O'Reilly, Jennifer Chatman and John C Anderson
Message Flow and Decision-Making
Louis P Cusella
Feedback, Motivation and Performance
Fredric M Jablin
Organizational Entry, Assimilation, and Exit

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Frederic Mark Jablin

Linda L. Putnam

Linda L. Putnam is a Research Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her current research interests include discourse analysis in organizations, negotiation and organizational conflict, and gender.  She is the co-editor of twelve books, including The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Communication (2014), Building Theories of Organization: The Constitutive Role of Communication (2009) and the author/co-author of over 180 journal articles and book chapters. She is a Distinguished Scholar of the National Communication Association, a Fellow of the International Communication Association... More About Author

Karlene H. Roberts

Lyman W. Porter

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ISBN: 9780803923874
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