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Business Communication Quarterly

2004 Volume 67, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Odyssey of Ph.D. Students Becoming a Community of Practice

    Annick Janson & Laurie Howard

    Wenger's theory of communities of practice (CoPs) helps explain how a group of Ph.D. students in the Department of Management Communication at the University of Waikato in New Zealand met a need... More

    pp. 168-181

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  2. Activity Systems and Conflict Resolution in an Online Professional Communication Course

    Kristin Walker

    Conflicts often arise in online professional communication class discussions as students discuss sensitive ethical issues relating to the workplace. When conflicts arise in an online class, the... More

    pp. 182-197

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  3. Breaking Bad Habits: Teaching Effective PowerPoint Use to Working Graduate Students

    Gretchen N. Vik

    One interesting aspect of teaching students to use PowerPoint and similar graphics packages effectively is that graduate students who are already in the workforce often have bad presentation habits... More

    pp. 225-228

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