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Organizational Communication

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Making Sense of Organizational Members’ Silence

Recently, the head of Veteran’s Affairs, Eric Shinseki resigned in the wake of the recent scandal where VA hospitals around the country faked patient wait time data (Good, 2014). Shinseki, addressing the National Coalition of Homeless Veterans, remarked on the scandal (“Secretary Shinseki on Homeless Veterans,” 2014): I was too trusting of some and I … Continue reading

All Theory is not Equal: Evaluating Communication Theory

While the meaning of theory may not be contested ground in academia, theory remains controversial in the public sphere.  For instance, the theory of evolution is widely criticized as only a theory by school boards that propose teaching creationism or intelligent design as part of their science curriculum (Harris, 2013).  In addition, theory can be … Continue reading

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