An Introduction to Organizational Communication
by J. S. Wrench, N. Punyanunt-Carter
Publisher: lardbucket.org 2014
Number of pages: 524
Organizational communication is a unique area of study with its own history, trends, and research methodologies. This book will contain information about the history of the field while demonstrating the new ideas and avenues of research currently being undertaken.
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