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This study proposes a theoretical model that provides a segmentation method of publics based on their cognitive, affective, and behavioral responses toward corporate social advocacy (CSA). As one of the initial efforts in building a theory of CSA in public relations scholarship, the model...
Drawing on insights from the corporate ability (CA) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) associations framework, the associative network theory (ANT) of memory, and crisis communication literature on the CA-CSR crisis typology, this study examines the impact of CSR crises on stakeholders’...
This study explores the impact of organization–public relationships (OPRs) and issue-related situational factors on publics’ intention to participate in CSR campaigns, based on relationship management theory and the situational theory of problem-solving (STOPS). We surveyed 698 respondents...
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