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 

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