The purpose of this study is to explore the organizational communication experiences of some Hispanic employees. In this thesis, I employ a narrative analysis method, and share the interviews and standpoint of twelve Hispanic employees to help advance the understanding of how Hispanic employees feel about integrated communication practices in the workplace. I also uncover how Hispanics feel about their work environment, what type of communication practices are utilized, and how Hispanics use technology in the organizational setting. The personal experiences help establish a general understanding of the influences of Hispanic culture, language, values, beliefs, and traditions in organizations, specifically on their communicative and technological experiences in organizations. The information included in this study is not representative of all Hispanics, but offers a new perspective lacking in current research.
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Department of Communication and Journalism
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Abeyta, Nicole. "Hispanics Communication Experiences in the Organizational Setting." (2009). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/cj_etds/58