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Comm in Organization

Comm Theory - Critical Theory of Comm in Organizations

corporate colonization encroachment of modern corporations into every area of life outside the workplace
information model a view that communication is merely a conduit for the transmission of information about the real world
communication model a view that language is the principal medium through which social reality is created and sustained
codetermination collaborative decision making; participatory democracy in the workplace
managerialism a systematic logic, set of routine practices, and ideology that values control over all other concerns
consent the process by which employees actively, though unknowingly, accomplish managerial interests in a faulty attempt to fulfill their own
systematically distorted communication operating outside of employees' awareness, a form of discourse that restricts what can be said or even considered
discursive closure suppression of conflict without employees realizing that they are complicit in their own censorship
involvement stakeholders' free expression of ideas that may, or may not, affect managerial decisions
participation stakeholder democracy; the process by which all stakeholders in an organization negotiate power and openly reach collaborative decisions
PARC model politically attentive relational constructivisim; a collaborative view of communication based in conflict
Created by: moogoogaiboo