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Academic paper on Exscn.net (i.e., ESMB)

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  1. Academic paper on Exscn.net (i.e., ESMB).

    Nancy DiTunnariello, Jenna L. Currie-Mueller, "U-Turn on the Bridge to Freedom: An Interaction Process Analysis of Task and Relational Messages in Totalistic Organization Exit Conversations on Online Discussion Boards," International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 16 (5), 235-243, 2022.


    https://publications.waset.org/1001...xit-conversations-on-online-discussion-boards


    https://publications.waset.org/10012529/pdf


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    Totalistic organizations include organizations that operate by playing a prominent role in the life of its members through embedding values and practices. The Church of Scientology (CoS) is an example of a religious totalistic organization and has recently garnered attention because of the questionable treatment of members by those with authority, particularly when members try to leave the Church. The purpose of this study was to analyze exit communication and evaluate the task and relational messages discussed on online discussion boards for individuals with a previous or current connection to the totalistic CoS. Using organizational exit phases and interaction process analysis (IPA), researchers coded 30 boards consisting of 14,179 thought units from the Exscn.net website. Findings report that all stages of exit were present, and post-exit surfaced most often. Posts indicated more tasks than relational messages, where individuals mainly provided orientation/information. After a discussion of the study’s contributions, limitations and directions for future research are explained.

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  2. Incredulicide Member

    I'm trying to find the DOI for this but it might be too recent, the format according to previous articles from this journal (replacing the X with digits) is:

    10.47832/2717-8293.XX.X

    Unless the International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences is a different journal than the RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

    EDIT: Well that was a deep rabbit hole I went down. The online ISSN of the journal is one of:

    1307-6892
    1694-2639
    2250-3226
    2319-3948
    2717-8293

    Will the real IJHSS please stand up?

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