Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict

Semiannual journal publishes theoretical and empirical works in business oriented areas of organizational communications and behavior, conflict resolution, and human resources management.

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring

Does Personality Type Make a Difference in Preferences for Business Communication Topics?
INTRODUCTION The research focused on the personality types of business communication students (BCSs) and their preferences for particular various business communication topics. Certain related factors were also considered. These include sex, age,...
Electronic Communication Facilities in Academic Institutions: Issues of Academic Freedom
INTRODUCTION Debates over the right to privacy have arisen as e-mail use has become ubiquitous in businesses and other organizations (Barker and Hammond, 1995; Greengard, 1996; Traynor, 1994). These debates are often heated (Brown, 1994; Nelson,...
Interactions between Cultural Group Affiliation and the Use of Electronic Communications Technology: An Initial Research Program
INTRODUCTION The paper begins with a discussion of how electronic communications have grown in recent years and some of the problems that researchers have identified with increasing use of these modes of communication. The paper then outlines the...
Stress and Depression in the Workplace: Two Sides of the Same Coin
INTRODUCTION When men get depressed, many explode; when women get depressed; many implode. We would all agree that we live in an increasingly violent world. Across America, in cities large and small, people are becoming more and more fearful that...
Subtextual Communication Impression Management: An Empirical Study
INTRODUCTION Subtextual communication, a covert language that strengthens or negates the spoken text, is used to influence the impressions other people have of us and may be used to competitive advantage in numerous situations in the workplace....
The Applicability of Interpersonal Relationship Dimensions to an Organizational Context: Toward a Theory of Relational Loyalty a Qualitative Approach
PUBLIC RELATIONS AS RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Nowhere should one expect to find relationships more central to the scholarship and practice of a field than in public relations. The term "public relations" itself suggests a focus on "relationships"...
Using Resumes for Taking Stock
INTRODUCTION A professional-looking resume that is a true reflection of one's academic background, work experience, and professional qualifications is an important tool used during the job-search process. Since job-search strategies are frequently...