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Communication Yearbook 16

Edited By

Stanley A. Deetz

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ISBN 9780415876957
Published October 25, 2011 by Routledge
680 Pages

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Book Description

First published in 2012. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Section 1: New Views of Organizational Communication: American and European Perspectives  1. Cultural-Ideological Modes of Management Control: A Theory and A Case Study of a Professional Service Company Mats Alvesson  Commentaries: Cultural-Odeological Modes of Control: An Examination of Concept Formation Robert D. McPhee  Culture, Control, and the Labot Process Astrid Kersten  2. "Ritual" in Organizational Culture Theory: Some Theoretical Reflections and a Plea for Greater Terminological Rigor Joachim Knuf  Commentaries: Ritual as a Heuristic Device in Studies of Organizational Discourse Gerry Philipsen  Arguing for "Ritualisitic" Pluralism: The Tension Between Privilege and the Mundane Patricia Riley  3. Viewing Organizational Communication From a Feminist Perspective: A Critique and Some Offerings Judi Marshall  Commentaries: At Least It Is a Start Connie Bullis  Feminism and the Critique of Organizational Communication Studies Dennis K. Mumby  4. Structuration Theory as an Ontology for Communication Research Stephen P. Banks and Patricia Riley  Commentary: Rhetorical/Communication Theory as an Ontology for Structuration Research Charles Conrad  5. High-Speed management: A Revolution in Organizational Communication in the 1990s Donald P. Cushman and Sarah Sanderson King  Commentaries: Issues for a Theory of High-Speed Management David R. Seibold and Noshir S. Contractor  On the Joys and Sorrows of Predicting the Future or Organizational Communication Marshall Scott Poole  6. A Decade of Organizational Communication Research: Journal Articles 1980-1991 Myria Watkins Allen, J. Micheal Gotcher and Joy Hart Seibert  Commentary: Beyond the Snapshot: Setting a Research Agenda in Organizational Communication Sue DeWine and Tom Daniels  Section 2: Communication in a Changing World: Technologies and Multiculturalism  7. Competing Frameworks for Research on Information-Communication Technologies and Society: Toward a Synthesis Peter Shields and Rohan Samarajiva  Commentaries: On Building Theory From the Inside Out Oscar H. Gandy, Jr.  Capitalism, Information, and Uneven Development Dan Schiller  8. Third-Culture Building: A Paradigm Shift for International and Intercultural Communication  Fred L. Casmir  Commentaries: On Third-Culture Building Robert Shuter  Toward a Paradigm Shift for Intercultural and International Communication: New Research Directions Getinet Belay  Section 3: Theory Debate in Interpersonal and Small Group Communication  9. Components and Functions of Communication During Initial Interaction, With Extrapolations to Beyond James M. Honeycutt  Commentaries: Uncertainty and Social Interaction Charles R. Berger  Extrapolating Beyond: Processes of Uncertainty Reduction Kathy Kellermann  10. Motivation to Communicate: A Critical Review With Suggested Alternatives Theodore E. Zorn  Commentaries: Motivation to Communicate: A Critical View of a Critical Review Walter R. Zakahi  Social Science: A framework for Communication Inquiry Gail Sorenson  11. The Evolution and Current Status of the Functional Perspective on Communication in Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Groups Dennis S. Gouran, Randy Y. Hirokawa, Kelly M. Julian and Geoff B. Leatham  Commentaries: A Functional Perspective for Bona Fide Groups Cynthia Stohl and Michael E. Holmes  An Evaluation of the Functional Perspective in Small Group Communication Julie M. Billingsley

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