Online Readings

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.

The journal articles are made available via Sage Online − the content you want, the convenience you need at http://online.sagepub.com 
  
 

Lehmuskallio, S. (2006). The uses, roles, and contents of intranets in multinational companies in Finland. 
Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 20(3), 288−324.

Detert, J. R., Burris, E. R., Harrison, D. A., & Martin, S. R. (2013). Voice Flows to and around Leaders Understanding When Units Are Helped or Hurt by Employee Voice. 
Administrative Science Quarterly, 58(4), 624−68.

Schoeneborn, D. (2013). The Pervasive Power of PowerPoint: How a Genre of Professional Communication Permeates Organizational Communication.
Organization Studies. 34 (12), 1777−1801.

Brown, A. D., & Coupland, C. (2005). Sounds of silence: Graduate trainees, hegemony and resistance. 
Organization Studies, 26(7), 1049−69.

Shatshat, H. M. (1980). A Comparative Study of the Present and Ideal Roles of Communication Directors in Selected Business Organizations. 
Journal of Business Communication, 17, 51−63.

Fuller, J. B., Hester, K., Barnett, T., Frey, L., Relyea, C. & Beu, D. (2006). Perceived external prestige and internal respect: New insights into the organizational identification process. 
Human Relations, 59, 815−46.

Wiesenfield, B. M., Raghuram, S. & Garud, R. (2001). Organizational identification among virtual workers: the role of need for affiliation and perceived work-based social support. 
Journal of Management, 27, 213−29.   

Llewellyn, N. & Harrison, A. (2006). Resisting corporate communications: Insights 
into folk linguistics. 
Human Relations, 59, 567−96.

Christensen, L.T., Cornelissen, J. & Morsing, M. (2007). Corporate communications and its critics: A comment on Llewellyn and Harrison. 
Human Relations, 60, pp. 653−61