"Int'l Journal of Strategic Communication" from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.Lawrence Lawrence.
1 City (1990 pop. 26,763), Marion co., central Ind., a residential suburb of Indianapolis, on the West Fork of the White River. It has light manufacturing.
2 City (1990 pop. 65,608), seat of Douglas co., NE Kans. Erlbaum Associates (Mahwah, NJ), the producer of books, journals and software in a range of professional areas, will launch International Journal of Strategic Communication with an issue in January January: see month. 2006. It will be published quarterly. An annual subscription price has not been set.
The new journal will be targeted to researchers, managers and communication executives interested in managerial communication, political communication, or information programming involving for-profit for-prof·it
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Editorial will include research, case studies and commentary on problems related to any organizational or communication discipline with coverage of the implications for how the organization functions or responds to the environment in which it operates. Research will address management science, behavioral science behavioral science
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