Large-group communication

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Large group communication is a general description for organizational communication as a communication context describing large numbers of individuals who are members of a group. Large group contexts can include communities of interest, geography, or economy brought together by need or self-identification. A company is a large group communication context with specific media, language codes, and methods of interaction that distinguish it from other companies or other groups. Unlike small-group communication where members interact in primarily synchronous and personal ways, large groups use a host of synchronous and asynchronous methods and media.

{{examples of large group: workers of the same office, members of the same NGO, members of the club etc }}

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