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Organizational rhetoric

Mary F. Hoffman

Organizational rhetoric

situations and strategies

by Mary F. Hoffman

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Published by SAGE in Thousand Oaks, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communication in organizations

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMary F. Hoffman, Debra J. Ford.
    ContributionsFord, Debra J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD30.3 .H59 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23535813M
    ISBN 109781412956680, 9781412956697
    LC Control Number2009023867

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Organizational Rhetoric: Situations and Strategies is ideal for a wide range of courses at the upper-level undergraduate and master's level, including Organizational Communication, Organizational Studies, Public Relations, and Rhetorical Studies.

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Organizational Rhetoric: Situations and Strategies. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., and who wields considerable influence in our daily lives—we need to pay Organizational rhetoric book attention to this area of rhetoric.

This book teaches students and citizens how to pay careful, critical attention to organizational messages, particularly. An unprecedented text explains how to analyze the role of rhetoric in organizationsIntegrating rhetorical theories and methods with principles of organizational communication, this pioneering text provides students with a step-by-step method for analyzing and critiquing examples of organizational rhetoric.

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The book then goes on to analyze the processes of rhetoric and the challenges and strategies involved. A section is also devoted to discussing rhetorical areas or genres—namely contextual application of rhetoric and the challenges that arise, such as strategic issues for management and corporate social responsibility.

Introduction: Organizational Rhetoric. Øyvind Ihlen and other key facets of organizational rhetoric Includes models of the book's method for analysis at the beginning of.

A one-stop source for scholars and advanced students who want to get the latest and best overview and discussion of how organizations use rhetoric While the disciplinary study of rhetoric is alive and well, there has been curiously little specific interest in the rhetoric of organizations.

This book seeks to remedy that omission. It presents a research collection created by the. This book argues that the answers lie in the power of organizational rhetoric—the strategic use of symbols to manipulate popular opinion and political power. Organizational Rhetoric examines the mythical systems that underlie corporate influence and explains how corporate rhetors use these mythologies to create and sustain preferential public Pages:   Organizational Rhetoric: Situations and Strategies by Mary F pioneering text provides students with a step-by-step method for analyzing and critiquing examples of organizational rhetoric.

The first half of the book offers an accessible introduction to rhetorical research, theory, and criticism and equips students for analyzing the 5/5(1). Situations and Strategies.

There is a textbook called Organizational rhetoric: Situations and strategies (Hoffman & Ford, ) and also the monograph published in the introduction series Key. Organizational Rhetoric.

introduces students to a rhetorical approach to understanding, analyzing and creating organizational messages for both internal employees and external customers. This textbook provides students a theoretically-grounded understanding of the basic building blocks of organizational rhetoric, the types of rhetorical situations faced by organizational.

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Integrating rhetorical theories and methods with principles of organizational communication, this pioneering text provides students with a step-by-step method for analyzing and critiquing examples of organizational rhetoric. The first half of the book offers an accessible introduction to rhetorical research, theory, and criticism and equips.

What is rhetoric. What is organizational rhetoric. Why are they important. --Creating Topoi for organizational rhetoric --Constructing the leadership Mythos --Organizational rhetoric and public policymaking --Rhetoric and the management of organizational identities, images and crises.

Series Title: Key themes in organizational communication. This chapter briefly introduces the themes and component chapters of this volume, provides a very short sketch of ancient and modern takes on rhetoric, and offers an overview of organizational rhetoric as an academic topic.

Finally, the structure of the book is outlined, laying out the relationship between the different sections and chapters. This book argues that the answers lie in the power of organizational rhetoric--the strategic use of symbols to manipulate popular opinion and political power.

Organizational Rhetoric examines the mythical systems that underlie corporate influence and explains how corporate rhetors use these mythologies to create and sustain preferential public 5/5(1).Organizational Rhetoric: Situations and Strategies: Hoffman, Mary, Ford, Debra: Books - (8).This book argues that the answers lie in the power of organizational rhetoric--the strategic use of symbols to manipulate popular opinion and political power.

Organizational Rhetoric mines the mythical systems that underlie corporate influence and explains how corporate rhetors use these mythologies to create and sustain preferential public.