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Organizational Communication (242 words)
Excellence in communication contributes to success in all aspects of personal, professional, and civic life.
In the Department of Organizational and Political Communication students concentrate on communication theory, research, and practice in a variety of contexts, including public speaking, conflict resolution, management, and political campaigns.
The Department of Organizational and Political Communication is committed to ensuring that all Emerson students master deliberative communication skills that reflect the oral tradition and promise of the College and that prepare students for leadership in a global environment.
Organizational communication - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1210 words)
The discipline of organizational communication has roots in the discipline of rhetoric and dates from the time of the orators of Ancient Greece and Rome, such as Aristotle, Cicero and Quintillian.
Communication is primarily a mechanical process, in which a message is constructed and encoded by a sender, transmitted through some channel, then received and decoded by a receiver.
The National Communication Association and the International Communication Association are among the chief academic organizations with substantial organizational communication participation.
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