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Organizational Communication: Find Books & Films

Your guide to resources on organizational communication!

Library Catalog

Search Worldcat!

Try searching WorldCat to locate books & additional resources at libraries near Eastern (Cabrini College, Villanova U., Haverford College, Bryn Mawr, etc.).

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Search Terms

Wordle: Organizational Communication

Listed below are search terms for you to use when searching for resources about Organizational Communication.

  • "organizational communication
  • "interpersonal group relations"
  • "group relations"
  • "decision-making strategies"
  • "conflict management"
  • symbols
  • "team members"
  • "downward communications"
  • "upward communications"
  • "Causality orientation theory"
  • "business communication competence"
  • "communication accommodation theory"
  • "change management"
  • "cognitive dissonance theory"
  • "adversarial communication"
  • "collaborative communication"
  • ethical communication
  • cross-cultural business interactions
  • empowerment
  • "face-to-face communication"
  • "ingratiation theory"

Find Books

A brief list of books located in the library about Organizational Communication. To find further resources, try searching the library's catalog.

Communication Films & Videos

Do you have a film recommendation for communication studies? Leave a comment with the film's title below!


Books about Organizational Communication are located in the stacks under HD, HF, & HM. For details about specific call numbers (sub-classified by period, criticism, collections, individual authors, etc.) see the document below.


Warner has access to a number of electronic book databases! The following links take you to them where you can search on a topic of your choice.