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Purpose – This paper aims to analyze recent debates about outsourcing in the USA, using examples from IT sector, especially in the context of India. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is a critical commentary and uses methods based in rhetorical criticism. Findings – The author argues that...
Purpose – This paper aims to present the results of a study into the effectiveness of the communication of anti‐sectarian legislation in four of the largest public and private sector organizations in Northern Ireland (NI). The study had two related central objectives. Firstly, to ascertain the...
Purpose – This paper aims to focus on “Projects of Organized Communication”, a result of a successful bet: the will to enrich the degree course in Public Relations with the introduction of new subjects – Displaying and Exhibit Design and Visual Design – that put together different areas of the...
Purpose – This paper aims to explore the perceptions of organizational members about employee‐organization relationships (EOR) under the globalization context. Design/methodology/approach – The study used 58 qualitative interviews with both managers and employees in multinational and domestic...
Purpose – This paper aims to consider whether ethical persuasion can be part of public relations practice. Design/methodology/approach – The paper contends that the critical issue for practitioners is not whether they engage in persuasion, but whether they do so ethically. Accordingly, a...
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