CHAPTER 3 REVIEW

CHAPTER 3 REVIEW - CHAPTER 3 REVIEW 1. In the realm of...

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CHAPTER 3 REVIEW 1. In the realm of organizational theory, “the story we tell is one we favor.” This describes which characteristic of organizational communication theory? a) problematic b) partiality c) practicality d) partisanship 2. The text explains that the Industrial Revolution gave rise to science, which values which two of the following concepts? a) effectiveness and efficiency b) creativity and constraint c) predicting and controlling d) organizing and communicating 3. Which approach to management recognized a strict division of labor and that some individuals were better suited for “thinking” work, while others were better suited for “doing” work? a) the systems approach b) scientific management c) the human resources approach d) the dialogic approach 4. Which of the following approaches claims that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts? a) classical management b) interpretivism c) the human relations approach d) the systems approach 5. Which of the following concepts explains how truth, power, and knowledge get
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course COM 339 taught by Professor Shulman during the Spring '11 term at Miami University.

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