Analyzing Messages

  • Analyzing Emails

    Analyzing Messages Problems and disagreements do not only happen in the workplace. Problems can occur in families, friendships, schools, and your extracurricular afterschool programs. When an issue has come to the attention of any group, there are many ways of communicating; face-to-face interaction, telephone call, written letters by mail, text messaging, and email. Email has become the primary source for communication for most businesses and many groups world-wide (Roebuck, p.2). The true

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing messages In business today most of the communication that goes on is completed electronically. The use of technology in the form of e-mail, text, and video chat has changed how business is conducted. There are advantages and disadvantages to using virtual communication. Examples of the advantages of virtual communication are the increase in productivity, ability to work at home or in the field without going to the office, being able to connect anywhere at any time with staff or business

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  • Analyzing a Job

    Analyzing a Job MGT 531 August 27,2012 Analyzing a Job TO: ExpressJet Hiring Managers FROM: G. Redd Department of Flight Operations Third Floor DATE: August 27, 2012 SUBJECT: Identifying the requirements needed to fulfill crew scheduling gap Understanding responsibilities of a position is the sole responsibility of the human resources department to obtain and have a basic understanding of what the functions of the position is. This memo identifies responsibility for the

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  • Message

    MAMA’S MESSAGE TITLE: FEW QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE YOU SAY “I DO” Welcome to Mama’s corner. In this edition we shall be looking at salient, important and vital question that must be asked before saying “I do”. Mark 10:6-8 (NIV) “At the beginning of creation God made them male and female. For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife and they two will become one flesh”. Question 1 Why am I getting married? After salvation, walking down the aisle is probably

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  • Analyzing Art

    Analyzing art in the modern day culture is an art form on its own. The exhibition, “The Look of Law”, shows the different point of views of politics and conveys a message that looks down upon the government. It concentrates on the way how our society interprets current law and the choices our government makes. Susan Silton’s sculpture, “Bomb, Leaflet”, displays a green missile that has the word, “empty” written on the side. Her art piece refers to the “weapons of mass destruction” that were found

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages University of Phoenix Chris Blauvelt Message Analysis For this message analysis I chose to use correspondences sent between my UoPX Advisor’s and myself. The first message chosen was related to the financial status of my university account, followed by two messages concerning academic affairs information. Any of the messages I have received that were school related were always presented professionally, were written direct, getting to the point of the correspondence. Also

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  • Analyzing

    Elisabeth Hood Miss.Vann English 1302 July 18, 2013 Final Draft Analyzing Nora Ephron In the selection The Boston Photographs,” the author Nora Ephron shares one of her selections from her collection Scribble, Scribble: Notes, on the media (1978). This selection was a response to the “The Boston Photos,” that were captured by Stanley Forman, from the Boston Herald American who used a motor –driven Nikon set at 1/250, 15.6-s. Ephron tries to inform and persuade the readers on why those Boston

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  • Perausive Message

    Persuasive Message Anthony Comeaux Comm/470 Communicating In the Virtual Workplace July 12, 2013 William Curci Persuasive Message When creating a persuasive message the writer must plan the message first, know what the purpose of the message, and be very clear to the audience. According to University of Phoenix “Writing Persuasively on Paper and in Electronic Formats” A persuasive message can be in the form of a letter, an e-mail, a memo, a proposal, an advertisement, or a presentation

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  • Analyzing

    Analyzing Cynthia Fisher Grantham University In the article “Give Congress Some Credit for Tough Workdays” Congress is uplifted and spoke of as hard working Americans. Rose, the author, wants his audience believe in the good things that Congress does for their country. He explains that according to Public Policy Polling, “Congress is literally less popular than cockroaches and traffic jams” (Rose, 2014). “This is a bum rap” (Rose, 2014), he proclaims, denying that the reputation given has been

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages Paper Introduction Communication is a process involving the encoding and decoding of messages being sent and received by a source and receiver, respectively. Messages are sent through various channels, such as face-to-face interaction, electronic mail, teleconference, or telephone. Depending upon the channel used to communicate a message, it may allow for the communication to be transactional or unilateral. All of this occurs within a

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Running Head: ANALYZING MESSAGES Analyzing Messages Jonell Benson COMM/470 September 27, 2010 Susan Corliss Analyzing Messages The ability to compose, send and receive a message requires awareness and communication by both the sender and receiver. The sender should be aware of the tone of the message that is being composed and rather or not the point of the message is made. The receiver should be open to feedback both positive and negative, and be able to determine the difference between

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  • Analyzing Business

    Analyzing Business-Related Messages Daneya McMillon Comm/470 30 April 2012 Luette Arrowsmith Analyzing Business-Related Messages Corporations use different communications for employees to correspond with each other. The content of the message use methods like face-to-face communication, video- conference, oral communication, and written communication, such as, memos, letters, text messages, and emails. Be there may both nonverbal and verbal communications supply immediate

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  • Subliminal Messages

    Subliminal Messages: Messages Occurring Daily Brianna Ortiz Tarleton State University According to Aronson, Wilson, and Akert, a subliminal message is defined as words or pictures that are not consciously perceived but may nevertheless influence people’s judgments attitudes, and behaviors. This can be included in multiple examples of media that surrounds our everyday lives. Subliminal perception is characterized by perception without awareness (Weinberger 2008). Subliminal messages are strategically

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  • Advertisement Analyzing

    Wei Ning Chi Professor Woods English 1A 20 Feb 2011 Advertisements Analyzing Between the Advertisements of Chanel’s Fragrance “No. 5” and Givenchy’s Fragrance “ange ou demon” Advertising promotes goods, services, images, and anything else that advertisers want to broadcast. It is becoming a main element of mass media. In order to attract audiences, advertisers use various techniques on their advertisements to make people aware of

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  • Analyzing Messages Paper

    Analyzing Messages In this paper, there will be discussion based on three business-related messages that have been sent or received in my organization. We will start to analyze these messages using the communication process. The analysis derived from these messages will include the following: descriptions of the purpose, sender, receiver, message, environment, technology, noise, and feedback; Explanations of whether the message and technology were appropriate given the environment and purpose

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  • Routine Messages

    Instructor: Christopher Henderson Course: Managerial Communication (Management 540) Section: 002 Date: January 2, 2014 Routine Messages 1. Inquiry Letter 2. Instruction E-Mail or Memo: New Process for Purchase Requests 3. Claim Refusal Letter 4. Request Refusal Letter 5. Persuasive Favor/Action Request: Borrowing Suits for Interviews 6. Sales Message: Adapting From Low Context to High Context Culture Insurance Corporation of Afghanistan 44 Ansari Square, ICA Building, Shahre

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  • Analyzing Data

    questions: Based on the article by Samuels and Wood (2007), what are the five basic steps required for analyzing data using Microsoft® Access? How could these steps help you diagnose and troubleshoot Microsoft® Access errors? Which of the five steps presents the greatest possibility for user error and why? Explain your answer. According to Samuel and Wood (2007) The five basic steps required for analyzing data using Microsoft Access is gather the data, create a database, edit and validate data, connect

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  • Analyzing Messages: Co-Workers Communication

    Analyzing Messages: Co-Workers Communication Comm/470 6/14/2011 Abstract Analyzing Messages is the analyzation of business related messages and the overview of the communication process between the author and his co-workers through the means of “text messaging” a communicative technology using ones cellular phone to relate a message to another person or multiple people. Throughout the course of the analysis three business related messages will be reviewed. Following those three business

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  • Business-to-Business Messages

    Business-to-Business Messages Today digital or electronic communication makes up a great deal of world’s communication. The reasons behind that leap from written and hardcopy to softcopy communications has to do with technological advances and the speed in which individuals and businesses can now communicate accurately. The electronic media that surrounds the average consumer consists of television commercials, e-mail advertisements, Internet stores, paying bills and banking online, blogs, social

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  • Unity of the Message

    Explain why you think that it is a strong argument. Include at least 2 quotes from the article to support your points. The argument in which I found the most convincing from this week’s reading and presentation from Dr. Towns was, the unity of the message from different human sources. It is almost an unheard of task that there would be such unity in a book with a minimum 36 authors, over 1600 years, from such diverse occupations and regions. Elmer Towns states, “The Bible was written over 55 generations

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages Using the “Basic Communications Model” provided by University of Phoenix, students can analyze personal or professional communications they receive. “Every communication, whether it is real-time, such as with a face-to-face meeting or a telephone conversation, or asynchronous, as with email or fax” involves the same basic components (University of Phoenix). This paper will show how this model applies three such messages, received via email in two different virtual environments

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  • Analyzing Diversity

    Dionne Butler Analyzing Diversity in the Workplace Business 610 Organizational Behavior Gary Shelton July 18, 2011 Abstract Diversity plays a very important role in success of an organization. The concept of diversity encompasses acceptance and respect. It means understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences. These can be along the dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious

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  • Analyzing Giants

    997661472 PHL388 05.29.15 Analyzing Giants and How They Should Be Buried James Wood, in his review of Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant, criticizes the work for its use of allegory which he argal and general what is implicit and personal in his best fiction” through the use of allegory. In other words it seems as if Wood believes that an author must more or less place some sort of an onus upon the reader to unearth messages within literary works with a bit of effort, which an allegory fails

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  • Analying Message

    Analyzing Message Maximino Ruiz University of Phoenix Analyzing Message   The tools, environment, and messages sent and received vary greatly in business. For an organization to have what they consider as quality communication practices, technology and mission objectives must be clear and effective. No one could imagine a sales representative for an organization to be efficient if that individual still used a pager as a communication

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  • Analyzing Mesages

    Analyzing Messages Velinda Humphreys COMM/470 Communicating In the Virtual Workplace July 29, 2015 Elaine Raby Analyzing Messages The way people communicate has changed dramatically throughout the past years. Earlier methods of communication began with verbal and written forms that had to be delivered (a telegram); there were even messages carved on stone pillars. However, these methods have changed so much over time; one of the earliest forms of communication was the telephone, in

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  • Analyzing

    Analyzing Psychological Disorder By Steven Smith Psy/240 First I would like to thank you for this opportunity that you are giving me. A part of this opportunity that you have given me contains two parts, A and B. In part A, I will analyze schizophrenia a psychiatric disease that is well known. I will take you on the journey of how schizophrenia affects the brain, neural basis, causes, symptoms, and drug therapies of this psychiatric disease. In part B we will continue our journey through a bio-psychologist’s

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages COMM/470 Dwight Fryer University of Phoenix August 10, 2015 Dawn McDowell Analyzing Messages The skills of being able to write, receive, and send a message requires communication as well as awareness by the sender and receiver. The sender should always be aware of the tone of the message they are writing and if the point of the message is made clear. The receiver should be open to feedback, which is either negative or positive; they should also be able to distinguish

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  • Positive Message

    TBLS ASSIGNMENT COURSE 3 APRIL 25, 2014 POSITIVE MESSAGES. “The mind is what we think, and what you think you become”. Siddhartha, G. (). Buddha Quotes. (Hindu Prince Gautama Siddhartha). Whatever we feed our minds, whether it’s negative or positive thoughts, it is what will define us as individuals. If we choose positive messages it will impact on our self-picture and our outlook in a much more rewarding way. Harboring negative thoughts could deprive us of our full potential and deter us

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Persuasive Mes Com/295 6/14/2015 Persuasive Messages Dear Boss, I have developed an idea that I believe will be of the utmost importance to you. As the Vice President of the area’s best commercial cleaning company, this idea that I have developed will not only be the most innovative product on the market, it will be a product that we can incorporate into our daily work as a company. I am excited to share this development with you and hope that you will be as well. My idea is an extended

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  • Analyzing the Message

    Jennifer Boice Charles Dold ENG-0900-83053 30 October, 2010 Work/Career Essay-Radiologists Salaries Radiology is a field of medicine that uses medical imaging techniques to assess patient conditions and administer treatment. To become a radiologist, one must complete a great deal of schooling, but the job rewards, both personal and financial, may be well worth it. Radiology techs are not only high in demand in most communities, but also highly paid relative to other allied health

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  • Persuasive Message

    Persuasive Messages Christina Morgan Com 295 September 21, 2015 Edward Dempsey Persuasive Messages Dear Sir., The creative production team has come up a design for a new car. Now that the design of muscle cars is coming back we want to introduce a new muscle car that is a combination of all the classics such as the; 1964 ½ Mustang Mach 1, 1979 Grand Torino GT, Cobra 428, 1968 Shelby Mustang, and the 1971 Mustang Boss 351. Each of these provided a unique design on their own with similar motor

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages COMM/470 November 30, 2015 John Osborne Analyzing Messages The communication process for sending and receiving messages is simple, yet intricate. In separating and deciphering the various components of communication between different parties, this process aids in the betterment of the effectiveness and understanding of the various messages that are exchanged between these parties. What Are the Components of the Communication Process? There are six main components

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  • Ntozake’s Message

    Ntozake’s Message I believe that Ntozake Shange’s message in her series of poems was to show how the power of black women is very important to remember and it expresses the struggles and obstacles that African America women face throughout their life. Ntozake also showed that the value of friendship is very important. The bond between the ladies shows that friendships can prove comfort and stability during rough times in their lives. They confront their feelings about race showing that they can

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Persuasive Messages Stephani Thurman COM/295 December 14, 2015 Dr. Ivonne Bates   Part I The Product: Incentives Lead to Growth A resurgence of the economy has brought old competition back into the Capital Finance arena, making new client retention harder to come by. To increase our profits and gain new clients to our portfolio, I have a vision of launching a client referral program. An incentive to our existing clients to refer their business vendors and customers will aid us in gaining

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  • Analyzing Ads

    Module 3 Lab 2.2 Analyzing an Advertisement David Wood EN1320 9 April 2016 David Wood – Ad # 1 The Coca-Cola advertisement shows an image of a bottle of Coke being spilled into a huge internet server that has millions of cables. Once the Coke has been spilt, it runs through all of the cables and instantly produces happy thoughts across the internet. People that once were sending rude, ugly or bullying type text are now sending thoughtful caring messages across the internet. The hurtful

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Appendix A Select three business-related messages you have sent or received. Sources for the messages can include: (a) correspondence you have initiated or received with a company or business on a personal or business related topic; (b) samples letters from a reference source; or (c) correspondence you have sent or received within your organization or with an outside organization/ person on a business topic. Please submit paper to Assignments folder

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  • Virtual Message

    of the medium used, the message should be clear and concise, and the technology used for the dissemination of the communication should be appropriate. In addition, the rationale of the message is significant to appropriate feedback. As an administrative assistant, one of my responsibilities was to inform my boss’ five direct reports of upcoming meetings, and events. The medium of sending the messages was through e-mails. Below is the content of three business messages I had the opportunity of

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages Randy Koval COMM/470 April 19, 2016 Rosalind Raby Analyzing Messages When analyzing messages, the Basic Communications Model is the starting point for analyzing the communications process in terms of the intent of the sender, the needs of the receiver, and the elements of the communications environment. This paper will analyze three business related messages that one has sent or received and analyze these messages using the communication process. This analysis will include

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages Jeffrey Richardson COMM/470 November 22nd, 2011 Mr. Michael Zervos Analyzing Messages In today’s technological based world, communicating is a very important part of our daily lives. Whether it is a phone call, text, email or even a voicemail, the ways people or companies communicate is what makes our country run on a daily basis. Effective communication, either virtual or natural, is an integral part of our daily lives. As an employee for a major satellite network (Dish

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  • B2B Messages

    Business-to-Business Messages Comm/470 September 5, 2011 Business-to-Business Messages Business-to-business (B2B) messages are sent and received by the organizations, companies and business firms. These messages can be sent for various different purposes including invitations to do business, initiating a new business together, for joint ventures, and other reasons. Communication is extremely important for businesses that work in the virtual environment. The communication process includes

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  • Persuasive Messages

    Sample Persuasive Messages Jim Watson January 16, 2012 Comm/470 Professor Greta Zeimetz E-Commerce has become a part of our everyday way of shopping. Shopping via the internet is available through many companies, as well as enables the customer to save time and effort. Online shopping is also more convenient than going to the company’s store to shop. Electronic retailers understand this has become a competitive environment. These companies must not only find innovative ways to grow their

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  • Analyzing Films

    Analyzing Films Daniel Miller Professor Schmidt ENG 225 March 25, 2010 Analyzing Films Generally, when a person wants to watch a movie, it is solely for the purpose of entertainment. As the audience member, we often do not spend a great deal of time analyzing the plot, dialogue, and setting. But by taking the time to carefully analyze a movie, you can get a better appreciation of the story that the filmmakers are trying to tell. The films themselves often have a number of elements that come

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  • The Gospel Message

    The Gospel Message The Apostle Paul said, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first and also for the Greek” (Romans 1:16). Paul should know, since his life was radically transformed when Jesus confronted him on the road to Damascus (Acts 9, 26:4–18). Once he knew Jesus and His power, nothing held him back from telling others about the risen Christ. He shared this gospel, the “good news,” with anyone who

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages COM/470 Communicating in the Virtual Workplace April 30, 2010 Recently, I receive an email from one of managers for one of my small businesses about insuring our vehicles. The sender of the email forwarded me information about the company Allstate rates to insure the vehicles. I preferred that we stay with Geico, however the sender disagreed with my choice. We collaborated through the several emails; however we did not achieve much until I sent an email on discussing

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  • Analyzing Persuasive Messages

    Persuasive Messages COMM/470 Persuasive Messages The growth of e-commerce (EC) has changed the way we communicate and the way the world works. Online retailing – e-tailing – is one such EC derivative that has seen tremendous growth as increasing numbers of consumers migrate to the internet to do their shopping. E-tailing presents unique challenges and opportunities for sellers as they vie for consumer dollars in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Among these challenges is the

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  • Messages in Art

    The Messages in Art Artists have long been known to throw subtle messages into their pieces of art. One way of doing this is an artist taking an event that is part of history and making a slight change in it to show something that they feel is valuable. A perfect example of this is the painting Washington Crossing the Delaware. The artist Emanuel Leutze took the negative space in this painting and turned it into a day sky, with a shining sun. Historically, however, this event didn’t happen during

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  • Analyzing Messages

    Analyzing Messages COMM/470 June 11, 2012 Jose Lepervanche Analyzing Messages With the modernization of communication, there are different dialogues in which people can compose messages. These dialogues have certain components that show the importance of the message and try to communicate that importance in an effective way. The wording, sending, and receiving of a message affects the comprehension, and the direct response to the message. This analysis will examine three messages and provide

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  • Sublimial Messages

    The media as a whole has many hidden messages or ideas that the entertainment world wants to get across. The media uses subliminal messages through radio, television, and advertisement. “A subliminal message is a signal in the form of a picture or sound that is designed to pass the normal limits of perception,” which means when people receive images or ideas consciously they also receive it subconsciously in their mind (Subliminal Messages in Movies and Media). There have been many controversial

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  • Analyzing Barriers

    his team as they move through these stages and allow communication to ease and assist the process. Analyzing Barriers to Group Communication For communication to be considered successful, the message must be clearly received and understood by the intended parties. Communication is not one-sided and because of this it is important that its dynamics are understood. By recognizing and analyzing the barriers of communication we can curtail most issues as they arise in groups. Some of the most

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  • Analyzing Intent

    ANALYZING INTENT Name: Institution: Analyzing Intent Qualitative research: Strategic responses to institutional processes Problem statement The study evaluates whether it is possible to apply the convergent views of institutional and resource dependence to predicting the strategic responses for institutional processes. Purpose or goal statement The purpose of the article is to identify the various strategic responses that organizations

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