Francóis Cooren, Ph.D.

Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada 
organizational communication, language and social interaction, communication theory, pragmatism, pragmatics
"Francóis Cooren"


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James R. Taylor grad student 1996 Université de Montréal
 (Énonciation, médiation et organisation: proposition d'un modéle transformationnel des actes de langage)
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Cooren F. (2016) Ethics for Dummies: Ventriloquism and Responsibility Atlantic Journal of Communication. 24: 17-30
Cooren F. (2015) Studying agency from a ventriloqual perspective Management Communication Quarterly. 29: 475-480
Cooren F, Bencherki N, Chaput M, et al. (2015) The communicative constitution of strategy-making: Exploring fleeting moments of strategy Cambridge Handbook of Strategy as Practice, Second Edition. 365-388
Caronia L, Cooren F. (2014) Decentering our analytical position: The dialogicity of things Discourse and Communication. 8: 41-61
Schoeneborn D, Blaschke S, Cooren F, et al. (2014) The Three Schools of CCO Thinking: Interactive Dialogue and Systematic Comparison Management Communication Quarterly. 28: 285-316
Cooren F, Sandler S. (2014) Polyphony, ventriloquism, and constitution: In dialogue with Bakhtin Communication Theory. 24: 225-244
Cooren F. (2013) The organizational world as a plenum of agencies Communication as Organizing: Empirical and Theoretical Explorations in the Dynamic of Text and Conversation. 79-100
Vásquez C, Cooren F. (2013) Spacing Practices: The Communicative Configuration of Organizing Through Space-Times Communication Theory. 23: 25-47
Cooren F, Matte F, Benoit-Barné C, et al. (2013) Communication as Ventriloquism: A Grounded-in-Action Approach to the Study of Organizational Tensions Communication Monographs. 80: 255-277
Cooren F. (2013) Incarnation, sensation and ventriloquism: For a sensitive and constitutive view of pragmatics Journal of Pragmatics. 58: 42-45
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