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ERIC Number: ED101328
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 8
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The Relationship Between Message Distortion and Job Satisfaction--A Field Study.
Sussman, Lyle
Journal of Business Communication, v11 n4 p25-29 Summer 1974
This study investigates the relationship between perceived message distortion and job satisfaction. A single hypothesis was tested: there is a positive correlation between a supervisor's job satisfaction and the extent to which he perceives messages from his subordinates as accurate. The subjects for the study were 32 first-line supervisors in the regional office of a large insurance company. The hypothesis was supported. (RB)
Publication Type: Journal Articles
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Authoring Institution: American Business Communication Association, Urbana, IL.