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In this article, we conceptualized a new organizational variable, Communicatively Restricted Organizational Stress (CROS). CROS is a perceived inability to communicate about a particular stressor and functions to exacerbate negative outcomes related to the appraisal of that stressor. To aid in...
Christensen, L. T., Morsing, M., & Thyssen, O. (2014). Discursive Closure and Discursive Openings in Sustainability. Management Communication Quarterly, 29 (1), 135–144. Original DOI: 10.1177/0893318914563574 A footnote is added, p. 135: 1The term ”license to critique” was initially...
This study explores how employers report using online information to evaluate job candidates during personnel selection. Qualitative analysis of 45 in-depth employer interviews emphasizes how new and different information visibility afforded by the Internet simultaneously replicates and shifts...
This study examined narratives targets of workplace bullying told about their difficult work experiences along with how co-workers were framed in these narratives. Three different narrative types emerged from their accounts: chaos, report, and quest narratives. Co-worker responses of support or...
This study aimed to generate a more nuanced and socioculturally grounded analysis of the key drivers of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in India than those provided by current debates. Results, based on 19 elite, in-depth conversations with business leaders and senior managers actively...
In line with the emphasis on the social and collaborative aspects of creativity, this study examined the local structural patterns of embeddedness between creative interaction ties and three different types of existing relations among employees. Results based on sociometric network data from an...
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