Shaping a Corporate Identity From Below; the Role of the BAT Bulletin.

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Cox, Howard;

Existing studies that have explored the use of company journals as a mode of corporate communication during the early 20th century have invariably adopted an instrumentalist view of these publications. Company journals have been seen as a means of projecting to employee... View more
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