Once you have read through the chapter and gained a good knowledge of the basics of a particular issue you can take your studies further by accessing more in-depth and detailed scholarly articles.
Some online readings have been selected to complement your use of Corporate Communication: A Guide to Theory and Practice, 3rd edition. We have selected appropriate, insightful and relevant readings, organised by chapter topic in the textbook, from a variety of journals published by SAGE Publications.
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Park, S. H., & Westphal, J. D. (2013). Social Discrimination in the Corporate Elite How Status Affects the Propensity for Minority CEOs to Receive Blame for Low Firm Performance.
Administrative Science Quarterly, 58(4), 542−86.
Westphal, J. D., Park, S. H., McDonald, M. L., & Hayward, M. L. (2012). Helping other CEOs avoid bad press social exchange and impression management support among CEOs in communications with journalists.
Administrative Science Quarterly, 57(2), 217−68.
Parry, K., & Kempster, S. (2013). Love and Leadership: Constructing follower narrative identities of charismatic leadership.
Management Learning. 45(1), 21−38.
Zorn, T. E., Page, D. J., & Cheney, G. (2000). Nuts about Change Multiple Perspectives on Change-Oriented Communication in a Public Sector Organization.
Management Communication Quarterly, 13(4), 515−66.
Conaway, R. N., & Wardrope, W. J. (2010). Do their words really matter? Thematic analysis of US and Latin American CEO letters.
Journal of Business Communication, 47(2), 141−68.
Parry, K. W. & Hansen, H. (2007). The Organizational Story as Leadership.
Leadership, 3, 281−300.
Küpers, W., & Weibler, J. (2008). Inter-leadership: Why and How Should We Think of Leadership and Followership Integrally?.
Leadership, 4(4), 443−75.
Bateman, D. N. (1977). The Employees' Right To Know the Issues and the Corporations' Responsibility To Communicate.
Journal of Business Communication, 14, 3−9.
Chreim, S. (2002). Influencing Organizational Identification During Major Change: A Communication- Based Perspective.
Human Relations, 55, 1117−37.