Announcing New RCRN Organizational Communication Subject Matter eJournal

We are pleased to announce a new Rhetoric & Communication Research Network (RCRN) Subject Matter eJournal - Organizational Communication eJournal.

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Editor: David C. Logan, Lecturer, University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business and Senior Partner, CultureSync

Description: This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts that focus on communication within the workplace and other organizations. Topics of this eJournal include the construction of identity in organizational communication; the structure of organizational communication; communication networks, interpersonal communication, and other topics relevant to organizational communication.

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David C. Logan
Rhetoric & Communication Research Network

Posted 11/7/13