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Reinsch, N. Lamar, Jr. – Management Communication Quarterly, 1996
Argues that scholars who wish to produce substantive research in management communication ethics would be helped by a clear vision of what the term designates. States that management communication ethics should designate concerns that lie at the intersection of management, communication, and ethics. Concludes that this approach could help to…
Descriptors: Administrators, Communication Research, Ethics, Higher Education
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Chapel, William B. – Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 1997
Synthesizes various theoretical approaches and concepts central to communication competence, simultaneously interspersing this framework with illustrations in the context of international management. Provides information that is useful for developing research questions, pedagogical models, or effective management communication practices. (RS)
Descriptors: Administrator Behavior, Business Communication, Communication Skills, Higher Education
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Cesaria, Ruggero – Management Communication Quarterly, 2000
Provides a brief historical reconstruction of management communication in Italian companies. Suggests that dealing with communication technologies, communication professionals, and intercultural communication represent three future challenges. (NH)
Descriptors: Cognitive Structures, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Intercultural Communication
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Smeltzer, Larry R. – Management Communication Quarterly, 1996
States that the term "management communication" has not been defined, and the discipline has no focus. Calls for research within the managerial context--difficult for professors to understand because managers and academics operate in different environments. Finds that obstacles exist to conducting valuable management communication…
Descriptors: Communication Research, Definitions, Higher Education, Intellectual Disciplines
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Argenti, Paul A. – Journal of Business Communication, 1986
Proposes a college-level elective course in advanced management communication that would teach future managers how to communicate with shareholders, the media, financial analysts, and the labor force. (SRT)
Descriptors: Advanced Courses, Business Administration, Business Communication, Course Content
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Reinsch, Lamar – Journal of Business Communication, 1991
Offers an editorial, in an experimental spirit, that develops a narrow definition for communication, organization, manager, and business and narrow definitions for organizational communication, management communication, and business communication. (MG)
Descriptors: Business Communication, Definitions, Editorials, Management Systems
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Stratman, James F.; Duffy, Thomas M. – Management Communication Quarterly, 1990
Provides a conceptual overview of the four studies on management writing included in this issue. Relates research on written management communication to evolving conceptions of workplace literacy. Argues that stronger emphasis should be placed upon innovative methods of creating organizational attention to managers' writing as both process and…
Descriptors: Audience Analysis, Business Communication, Communication Research, Literature Reviews
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Argenti, Paul A. – Management Communication Quarterly, 1996
Finds that, of the disciplines under discussion in this special issue, corporate communication is the newest, least understood, and the only one specifically related to a functional area within organizations. Defines corporate communication as a discipline. Examines how it relates to other subdisciplines under consideration (management…
Descriptors: Communication Research, Definitions, Higher Education, Intellectual Disciplines
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Rogers, Priscilla S.; Rymer, Jone – Business Communication Quarterly, 1996
Describes the new GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), including its evaluation and the results schools receive. Reviews uses of the AWA scores and essays that have ramifications for management communication. Suggests why it is vital for communication instructors to become involved in decisions about how…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Business Communication, College Entrance Examinations, Communication Research
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Strack, Robert W.; Orsini, Muhsin Michael; Fearnow-Kenney, Melodie; Herget, Jennifer; Milroy, Jeffrey J.; Wyrick, David L. – American Journal of Health Education, 2015
Information and communication technologies are opening up vast new arenas for conducting the work of health promotion. Technology-based health promotions expand reach, standardize information and its delivery, provide opportunities for tailoring, create engaging interactivity within content delivery, provide for privacy and autonomy, improve…
Descriptors: Information Technology, Management Systems, Photography, Consciousness Raising
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Agostino, Don – Journal of the Association for Communication Administration (JACA), 1993
Discusses experiences with responsibility-centered management for communications programs at Indiana University-Bloomington. Points out three problems with university fiscal planning which bear directly on communications programs. (SR)
Descriptors: Budgeting, Departments, Educational Finance, Financial Policy
Williams, Frederick – Wilson Library Bulletin, 1982
Assesses the effect of the communications technology revolution on library and information specialists and the environment for the delivery of library services. Four functions affecting the library and information environment--management, communications, instruction, and publication--are noted. (EJS)
Descriptors: Automation, Information Networks, Information Systems, Libraries
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Murphy, Mary Ann – Journal of Business Communication, 1998
Critiques three essays published in the July 1996 issue of this journal. Argues that the identity of the field of business communication should be determined by the conceptual problematic underlying its intellectual inquiry rather than by its vocabulary or instructional practices. Argues that business communication, management communication, and…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Communication Research, Educational Principles, Higher Education
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Thompson, Michael P. – Management Communication Quarterly, 1993
Notes that the growing emphasis on the role of learning in organizations will highlight the need to balance the skills on inquiry with the skills of advocacy. Suggests that management education, and particularly management communication curricula, should foster both of these vital communication skills and offer students the forums and tasks that…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Communication Skills, Higher Education, Management Development
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Caernarven-Smith, Patricia – Technical Communication: Journal of the Society for Technical Communication, 1994
Describes the author's experience of recuperating from a broken arm. Discusses management issues in technical communication for managing people with temporary or permanent disabilities. (SR)
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Administrators, Business Administration, Disabilities
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