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George Orwell's "Politics And The English Language"

5 pages in length. George Orwell is not at all happy with the way in which the English language is utilized in contemporary society. According to the author, whose article entitled Politics and the English Language points out myriad speech problems, proper English has fallen by the wayside in not so delicate a plunge. In essence, Orwell argues that the "dumbing down" of English has caused people to unlearn the very fundamental principles of communication, reaching instead for flowery – if not completely incomprehensible – speech patterns that no more fulfill a meaning than provide for coherent thought. No additional sources cited.

Electronic Communication: The Single Most Important Factor in Communication Management

A 5 page discussion of the importance of electronic forms of communication. Emphasizes the critical nature of this form of communication in the business environment in particular. Effective communication in the business world can make the difference between company success or failure and the advent of electronic forms of communication to this arena of our lives has in fact had a tremendous impact on the business world. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Business Electronic Communications: Five Articles

This 6 page paper gives abstracts for five articles about electronic business communications, found in five different sources. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Professionalism in Communication

This 3 page research paper reports on professional communication in regards to verbal, nonverbal, written and electronic media. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Integrated Marketing Communications

This 10 page paper first provides an explanation of integrated marketing communications, a process wherein all forms of marketing and advertising carries the same message to consumers and identifies some of the types of media that may carry that message to consumers. The essay then describes a case study of integrated marketing communications for one arm within the Sears corporation – the Sears Home Services business. The writer relates how Sears approached their integrated marketing program and the results of their evaluation of the program. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Multicultural Workforce/2 Views

A 3 page essay that contrasts and compares 2 essays on working with a multicultural workforce. In their essays on managing a multicultural workforce, Lennie Copeland and Chad Lewis are quite similar in their approaches to this issue. Both writers indicate that managers must adjust their management and communication styles. Where the two writers differ is that they are address the issues involved from slightly different perspectives. Copeland takes a management-behaviorist approach that addresses specifically each of the four major problems areas outlined by human resource development professionals in managing a multicultural workforce. Lewis, on the other hand, focuses specifically on communication, explaining the abstract nature of communication, while also offering concrete advice. No additional sources cited.

World Literature / Various Essays

15 pages in total length. A collection of brief, comparative essays in various genres of literature. Works explored include "Red Thread Maiden," "Lysistrata," speeches of Sojourner Truth and more. Please send e-mail for more information. No Bibliography.

Employee Privacy In The Workplace

A 5 page paper discussing the issue of employee privacy as it applies to electronic communication. Employers do have a desire to ensure that the time they are paying for to be spent in their service is indeed being spent that way. With the pervasiveness of electronic communication, that monitoring has grown in some areas to the point that it has been called an invasion of the employee's privacy. Those claiming such an invasion of privacy, however, are forgetting that the employee is to be spending his time in the employer's service. Though some employers may take their monitoring efforts too far, it must remain their right to be able to manage their businesses efficiently. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Electronic Communication - A New Language and a New Way of Communicating

This 14 page report discusses the advent of electronic communication and the ways it has changed the interactions between millions of people. Discussion forums can and are built around a specific topic or area of interest and allows participants to post messages that others can read at a later time. Such a process applies to the business world, as well as academics and, increasingly, personal interactions. As a result, a new language, etiquette, and frame of reference have developed which has developed into its own unique world. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

Technology and the National Health Service; New Emergent Models

This 5 page paper considers the way in which technology is changing the way the UK National Health Service (NHS) operates. The writer looks at the new emergent models that are in practice and applies 'actor network theory' to them in order to explain how they may add value to the organisation. Included in the paper are issues such as electronic patient and clinical records and electronic communication. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

E-Commerce Strategy of Sprint

This 7 page paper looks the global communication company Sprint to examine their e-commerce strategy, this includes the defining the positioning of the internet site, consideration of the strategy that is used, how and why this is or is not effective and a SWOT analysis to analyse the strengths weaknesses opportunities and threats for Sprint in terms of their e-commerce operations. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

E-Mail Communication in the Workplace

This 6 page report discusses the use and abuse of email and access to the Internet by employees. What are the issues in terms of rights to privacy compared to an organization’s right to control the actions of its workers? In the typical modern workplace, email serves as the primary mode for gossip around the proverbial watercooler but it is also a remarkably valuable form of instant, clear communication. Ethical and legal issues are presented. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Surveillance as an Investigative Technique

12 pages. Monitoring and surveillance have come to represent just two of the villainous components of computer use in the late twentieth century. Indeed, vast quantities of confidential and sensitive information are stored in computers. What were once considered to be private communications, such as electronic mail, are now becoming implements of surveillance for any number of sources, including one's own workplace. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Our Virtual Learning Team - Assertiveness

A 3 page paper that begins by explaining the characteristics of a high-performing team, including group development stages and the stages for virtual teams. The essay then discusses assertiveness communication and its value. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A Reflective Essay on Personal Experiences

This 10 page paper provides an overview of the application of management, leadership, communication and conflict theories that can be applied to daily experiences. No sources cited.

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