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Published by Sage Publications in Beverly Hills .
Written in English


  • Communication in organizations

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Bibliography: p. 259-293.

StatementRobert D. McPhee and Phillip K. Tompkins, editors.
SeriesSage annual reviews of communication research ;, v. 13
ContributionsMcPhee, Robert., Tompkins, Phillip K.
LC ClassificationsHM131 .O6695 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination296 p. ;
Number of Pages296
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2533773M
ISBN 100803921861, 080392187X
LC Control Number85014488

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