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With technologies making sources more accessible than ever before, journalists’ prime concern is no longer obtaining data; but rather sorting information out – undermining the traditional role of information subsidies. This study exposes for the first time a unique form of “epistemic subsidies,”...
Drawing from balance theory, this study examines how publics respond to CSA in terms of their identification with the company and attitude toward the company depending on their balanced state and preexisting company attitude valence. Using real companies, two online experiments were employed by...
In the fall of 2018, fracking interests in Colorado initiated a public relations campaign against Proposition 112 – a measure that these interests perceived as an emergent threat to their continued viability. This thematic analysis reviewed the messaging used by the industry and its supporters...
This study examined how employees’ perceptions of organizations’ use of bridging and buffering public relations strategies affected their positive responses to organizational change. Drawing from two theoretical frameworks (i.e., social exchange theory and the strategic management of public...
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