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There are several readings and weblinks offered for this week’s unit on organizational communication. Together they emphasize the nature of situated language use–that is, that the place of communication within the organization–itself sets the rules for language use.
Take a passage and apply it to situated language use as you have experienced it in an organization or as you are now experiencing it in “remote” workplaces or classrooms.
In particular, does place (or lack of place, in the case of remote work or study) affect the psychological safety of interaction with colleagues or coworkers, as Thompson proposes? Or can web-based communication platforms become their own cultural context for interaction, a new type of situated communication, as Darics & Gatti explore in their article?
-Please write approx 650 excluding the passage cited
-when mentioning the passage from the readings, please put it in quotation marks with the page number in the in-text citations
-I am doing my internship from Japan with a law firm in Cape Town, South Africa remotely
-This course is also remote
-I did a full year of university fully remote/online from Japan during covid (university is in US)
-I enjoy the convenience and liberty of working and studying remotely but also feel lonely due to lack of physical interaction within and beyond the work space/school
1. Derek Thompson, The coronavirus is creating a huge experiment in working from home (Atlantic, March 13, 2020) ( https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/03/coronavirus-creating-huge-stressful-experiment-working-home/607945/ )
2.Kevin Roose, “Sorry, but working from home is overrated” (New YorkTimes, March 10, 2020) ( https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/10/technology/working-from-home.html )
3. Etienne Wenger: Landscapes of knowledge ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjw0YoqpEq8&ab_channel=OPENiPhotojournalism )