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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Henry, E. (2008). Are investors influenced by how earnings press releases are written?
Journal of Business Communication, 45(4), 363−407.
Aurner, R. R. (1968). Communications Impact: Power Source for Decision Makers.
Journal of Business Communication, 5, 23−9.
Gao, H., Darroch, J., Mather, D. & MacGregor, A. (2008). Signaling Corporate Strategy in IPO Communication.
Journal of Business Communication, 45, 3−30.
Kohut, G. F. & Segars, A. H. 1992. The President's Letter to Stockholders: An Examination of Corporate Communication Strategy.
Journal of Business Communication, 29, 7−21.
Dror, Y. (2013). ‘We are not here for the money’: Founders’ manifestos.
New Media & Society, 0 (0) 1−16
Clark Williams, C. (2008). Toward a Taxonomy of Corporate Reporting Strategies.
Journal of Business Communication, 45, 232−64.
Greenberg, J., Knight, G. & Westersund, E. (2011). Spinning climate change: Corporate and NGO public relations strategies in Canada and the United States.
International Communication Gazette, 73, 65−82.
Place, K. R., & Vardeman-Winter, J. (2013). Hegemonic discourse and self-discipline: Exploring Foucault’s concept of bio-power among public relations professionals.
Public Relations Inquiry, 2(3), 305−25.