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CONTRERAS DELGADO, Omar Eduardo  y  GARIBAY RENDON, Nadia Gabriela. Organizational communication: History, development and perspectives of a concept in constant development in Latin America. Inmediac. Comun [online]. 2020, vol.15, n.2, pp.43-70.  Epub 01-Dic-2020. ISSN 1510-5091.

Organizational communication is a concept that has been in constant academic and professional construction from two aspects: communication itself and the different organizational studies. The article presents a documentary investigation that implies general overview of the main sources, authors and approaches that address this phenomenon, in order to illustrate the evolution of the term in Latin America, with special emphasis on the development of communication in organizations in Mexico. It details the importance that the concept acquired from 1990, when it became the object of interest of different in the field, as well as the common points that have contributed to the development of new reference frameworks for research. The article describes the main characteristics of the studies on organizational communication and presents the possible coincidences for future empirical research from five different perspectives, particularly, Mexican and Argentine.

Palabras clave : communication in organizations; strategic communication; corporate communication; engineering in social communication; theoretical-philosophical positions.

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