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Abstract: Although communication has long been considered as an important organizational element, it only recently became a scientific object. This article aims to compare the ways (epistemology, methodology, process, object, etc.) in which organizational communication is understood by researchers in management science and communication science. By performing a contents analysis of thirty scientific papers, we discovered three relatively homogeneous groups of items. The disciplinary diversity of one group provides a starting point to discuss certain research practices

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Bénédicte Aldebert, Laurent Morillon. Abstract: Although communication has long been considered as an important organizational element, it only recently became a scientific object. This article aims to compare the ways (epistemology, methodology, process, object, etc.) in which organizational communication is understood by researchers in management science and communication science. By performing a contents analysis of thirty scientific papers, we discovered three relatively homogeneous groups of items. The disciplinary diversity of one group provides a starting point to discuss certain research practices. Revue des Interactions Humaines Médiatisées (RIHM) = Journal of Human Mediated Interactions, Europia, 2012. ⟨hal-01841574⟩

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