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Purpose – Chief executives (CEOs) have turned to blogging. This research asks: do CEO blogs attract commenters leading to genuine discussion and community building? Design/methodology/approach – The 30 most popular CEO blogs are analysed, community structure is graphically represented using...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore a postmodern approach to crisis management through the lens of complexity theory to understand six non‐profit organizations’ communication responses to anti‐abortion terrorism. Design/methodology/approach – Researchers conducted a qualitative...
Purpose – Using the contingency theory's classification of leaders, the purpose of this paper is to examine how the categories of public relations leaders incorporate relationship building tactics into their public relations programming and explore how this categorization of leaders corresponds...
Purpose – The information sources employees in one Fortune 100 organization draw on to learn about sustainability are identified. The linkages between knowledge about sustainability, perceptions of the organization's involvement in sustainability initiatives, and interest in learning more about...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to understand the role of public relations, conceptualized as a strategic management function, in foreign policy making, and implementation. This research study emphasizes the relational perspective and seeks to examine its applicability to the practice of...
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