The Impact of Institutionalization on Voice and Openness
This article discusses the history of the Philosophy of Communication Division through the lens of identity groups as a way to focus on the social and political dynamics of academic interaction. It offers one person's story of the Division's origins, its development and the continuing importance and challenge of its contributions within the International Communication Division.“Power is OK as long as you don't inhale.”—Manfred Kets de Vries
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