Gender Differences in the Use of FTAs When Reporting Incidents of UI—An Indian Study
The study, conducted in an Indian organization, aims to examine differences, if any, across genders in the use of face threatening acts (FTAs) while reporting incidents of upward influence (UI).
||Gender, Face Threatening Acts, Upward Influence, Communication
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp.49-62.
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PhD in stylistics. Professor in the area of Business Communications. Published several books and research papers on various aspects of communications.
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