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Peter Monge is Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication and Professor of Management and Organization at the Marshall School of Business. His most recent book (with Noshir Contractor), Theories of Communication Networks, was published by Oxford University Press in Spring 2003. He has also published Communicating and Organizing (with Vince Farace and Hamish Russell), Multivariate Techniques in Human Communication Research (with Joe Cappella), Policing Hawthorne (with Janet Fulk and Greg Patton) and Reasoning with Statistics (5th ed, with Fred Williams). His research on organizational communication networks, collaborative information systems, globalization and communication processes, coevolutionary theory, and research methods has been published in numerous leading communication and organizational journals, handbooks, and book chapters. He is a former editor of Communication Research (1986 to 1993) and a fellow and former president of the International Communication Association (1997-1998). In 2003 he received the Distinguished Scholar award from the Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division of the Academy of Management, and the Distinguished Research Award from the Organizational Communication Division of the National Communication Association.



 
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