The purpose of this paper is to present a satirical critique on the dominant role of e‐mail communications in business and professional life.
Takes the reader through a declining list of positive e‐mail attributes which metamorphose into increasingly dysfunctional attributes and personally stressful experiences. Highlights the addictive appeal and tensions in e‐mail usage.
Raising awareness and pointing to issues regarding the commonly experienced advantages and disadvantages of the electronic business age.
Opens up the dysfunctional personal and working consequences of e‐mail communications in the world of work.
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