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Unformatted text preview: Dennis Mumby’s Hermeneutic of Suspicion An attitude of questioning about and an examination of the deep structure of ideology, power, and control within the organization Deetz on Managerialism and Organizational Democracy Organizational democracy is an ideal organizational environment which should be part of daily operations in an organization Gender and Race in Organizational Communication Organizations are gendered sites that contain often overlooked hegemonic practices Reflections, applications, and implications 1.) Organizations are made through communication 2.) Organizational activities function to accomplish individual and joint goals 3.) In addition to achieving goals communication activities create patterns that affect organizational life 4.) Communication processes create an organizational character and culture 5.) The patterns of power and control that emerge in organizational communication open possibilities and create constraints...
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- Fall '10
- Sociology, Organizational Communication Organizations, Organizational Democracy Organizational