Workplace Communication IV

Workplace Communication IV includes nine peer-reviewed research articles in Finnish, Swedish, German, and English. The articles approach workplace communication from three different thematic angles. First, they discuss corporate communication from the points of view of responsibility, transparency, and marketing. Second, they study the development of workplace communication skills in the contexts of both universities and companies. Third, the focus is on the role of experts in the development of training for professional communication.

Workplace Communication III

Workplace communication III includes 20 peer-reviewed research articles in Finnish, Swedish, German, and English. The topics vary from narratives and discourses to language learning, translation, and terminology in different organizational and educational contexts. A common thread is the continuous change of working life in different contexts, which the articles address especially from the perspectives of digitalization, linguistic and cultural diversity, and responsibility.

Workplace Communication II

VAKKI Publications no. 10, titled Workplace Communication II, contains 13 peer-reviewed articles in Finnish and English. The articles are divided into three thematic groups to cover a wide range of workplace communication research: Media, Technology and Philosophy, Organizational Communication, and Communication Skills and Learning.

Workplace Communication

VAKKI Publications no. 9, titled Workplace Communication, contains 17 peer-reviewed articles in English, Finnish, German and Swedish. The articles cover a wide range of workplace communication contexts, professions, methods, modes, educational models and experiments, divided into four thematic groups: Translation and Multilingualism, Linguistics and Communication, Technical Communication, and Culture and Philosophy.


VAKKI Publications no. 8, titled Voices, contains 19 peer-reviewed articles in Finnish, Swedish, English and German. The articles examine the theme of Voices from many different angles of language-related research.