Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Basic income, a right for all citizens: The approach of poverty and education in America from an organizational communication perspective
by Baughan, James P., Jr., M.A., Bowie State University, 2014, 66; 1585651
Abstract (Summary)

The research explores communication processes and functions within organizations. The research relates two programs of interest that compare and contrast within the processes of organizational functions. The two programs discussed in the research examine the issues regarding unstable households, poverty, and low educational attainment as the cause of low income. The research introduces the Basic Income Grant and Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend. The programs are studied in order to bring awareness to the importance of developing the funds, and how it relates to communication within organizations. The method of research is comprised of data comparison. The research identifies factors such as: a comparative case study analysis between the two programs implemented in Namibia and Alaska, the use of media, communication, and processes, the exploration of communication within organizations, how the organizations overcame setbacks, and the relationship of "Framing Theory" and "Modernization Theory" as it relates to communication in the real world.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: O'Brien, Pamela
Commitee: Cubbage, Jayne, Ntembe, Augustin
School: Bowie State University
Department: Organizational Communications
School Location: United States -- Maryland
Source: MAI 54/04M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Economics, Public policy, Rhetoric, Mass communications
Keywords: Alaska permanent dividend fund, Basic income grant, Communication processes, Modernization, Organizational communication, Organizational development
Publication Number: 1585651
ISBN: 9781321643541
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