Office Communications: An analysis from a point of “Working from Home”
野 村 誠 二 (東京富士大学大学院)
Seiji Nomura (Graduate School of Tokyo Fuji University)
This study explores how to develop persuasive discourse strategies for Abstract of business research journals. In order to investigate how researchers send clear messages regarding the cThe study of office communications was inaugurated to understand how linguistic exchanges took place on the premises of business, that is, in the spaces called offices. Following this, given the rapid spread of the Internet and mobile phones that occurred following the 1990s, communication began to take place electronically, expanding and enabling immediate communications with many people at once. Although the Internet and mobile phones spread rapidly, the sites of office communications remained real spaces, physically restricted in terms of the possible movement and interaction of people. However, teleworking, which has become widespread after the COVID-19 pandemic, no longer requires the physical space that had governed office communications before, and physical restrictions on the communication and interaction of people no longer exist. These issues are being investigated to enable smoother communication in the novel office environment, including working from home, and this study seeks measures to ensure smooth office communications in the current context of office communications.