The Role of E-mail Research Paper by sleuth

The Role of E-mail
# 3220 | 3,060 words | 9 sources | 2001 | US


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This paper examines the influence of e-mail on the way people inhabit places and its affect on the intra-office communication and creation process. A special look is taken at the corporate office where e-mail has become a standard way to communicate.

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"E-mail has become a big influence on the way people inhabit places. Because of its very nature- which is only biased toward your being at a computer- location doesn't "matter" because information can disseminate from anywhere. In a corporate office in the U.S. today, especially for a business with several office branches, email has become a standard way to communicate outside of one's own computer. Being able to send mail electronically has affected the inter-office dynamic, and the intra-office communication and creation process. It has also made white-collar workers less place-bound, and has created dangers for liability that didn't exist before."

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The Role of E-mail (2003, September 10) Retrieved January 30, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/the-role-of-e-mail-3220/

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"The Role of E-mail" 10 September 2003. Web. 30 January. 2023. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/the-role-of-e-mail-3220/>

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