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Write a Literature Review

Conduct a literature review on a topic related to organizational communication theory and practice, preferably in an area of career interest, or their senior seminar project.

Books

SEARCH FOR MANY FORMATS FROM THE COMMUNICATION SUBJECT PAGE

Start on the Communication subject page, which lists relevant databases:

HINT: Use the Find information by the TYPE OF INFORMATION link.

Use keywords, phrases, and boolean operators for efficient results.
"organizational communication" AND (theory OR practice)
 

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Databases found on: Communications subject page
Defining Sources of Information: primary, secondary and tertiary .
Find the difference among three kinds of article results: popular, trade, or academic

SPECIFIC DATABASES: Core Journals and Business Source Complete

In the three major journal article search tools:

SEARCH FOR ARTICLES USING KEYWORDS ON THE FOLLOWING TOPICS :

Organizational learning in community organizing: community AND organization* AND organizational AND learning"

Communication in personnel management: communication and personnel and management

Employer-owned cell phones and employee stress; other social media: (employer or employee) and phone*

Knowledge management of volunteer experiences in nonprofit organizations: volunteer AND worker* AND knowledge AND management AND nonprofit

 

 

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HOW TO WRITE A LITERATURE REVIEW

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