Greenberg, Allan
January 1967
Journal of Business Communication;Winter67, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p15
Academic Journal
The author of this article questions many of the accepted "principles" derived from experimental studies in the field of communications research. He proposes some basic conclusions for the field of marketing, but what he has to say is of relevance to business communication, as well.


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