Saturday, September 15, 2012

New Book on Reputation Forthcoming by Editor Craig Carroll See Chapter 10

1 Corporate Reputation and Communication Craig Carroll
SECTION 1 Communication Disciplines of Reputation 5,000 words 
2 Public Opinion Cees van Riel Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Public Opinion
3 Interpersonal Communication Sherry Holladay Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Interpersonal Communication
4 Organizational Communication Robyn Remke Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Organizational Communication
5 Advertising Nora J. Rifon* Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Advertising
5  Karen Smreker
  Sookyong Kim
6 Corporate Communication Peggy Simcic Brønn Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Corporate Communication
7 Public Relations Judy Motion* Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Public Relations
  Sally Davenport
  "Shirley Leitch*
   Liz Merlot
8 Management Communication James O'Rourke, IV Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Management Communication
9 Communication Management Anne Gregory Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Communication Management
10 Integrated Marketing Communication Clarke L. Caywood Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Integrated Marketing Communications
11 Marketing Communication Richard Varey Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Marketing Communication
12 Journalism and Mass Communication 
13 Visual Communication Susan Westcott Alessandri Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Visual Communication
14 Mass Media Law  Karla Gower  Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Corporate Communication Law
15 Cross-Cultural Communication Kevin Abraham Corporate Reputation and the Discipline of Cross-Cultural Communication
SECTION 2 Theoretical Perspectives 7,000 words 
16 Agenda-Building and Agenda-Setting Matt Ragas Agenda-Building and Agenda-Setting Theory: Which Companies We Think About and How We Think About Them
17 Complexity theory  Priscilla Murphy  Complexity Theory and the Dynamics of Reputation
  Dawn R. Gilpin
18 Communication Constitution of Organization Stefania Romenti Communicatively constituted reputation and reputation management
  Laura Illia Communicatively constituted reputation: applying the organizational communication perspective to reputation management
19 Excellence Theory  Jeong-Nam Kim "A Strategic Management Approach to Reputation, Relationships, and Publics:
The Research Heritage of the Excellence Theory
  Chun-ju Flora Hung-Baesecke
   Sung Un Yang
  James E. Grunig
20 Image Repair Theory  William Benoit  Image Repair Theory and Corporate Reputation
21 Institutional Theory John Lammers The Institutionalization of Corporate Reputation
  Kristen Guth
22 Organizational Learning Tim Sellnow Experiencing the Reputational Synergy of Success and Failure through Organizational Learning
  Shari Veil
  Kathryn Anthony
23 Rhetorical Theory  Øyvind Ihlen  Relating Rhetoric and Reputation
24 Situational Theory of Crisis  Timothy Coombs  Situational Theory of Crisis:  Situational Crisis Communication and Corporate Reputation
25 Social Capital  Vilma Luoma-aho  Corporate Reputation and the Theory of Social Capital
SECTION 3 Attributes of Reputation  
26 Corporate Attributes and Associations  Sabine Einwiller  Corporate Attributes and Associations
27 Executive Leadership  Juan Meng  What They Say and What They Do: Executives Affect Organizational Reputation through Effective Communication
  Bruce K. Berger
28 Workplace Environment  Hua Jiang  Corporate Reputation and Workplace Environment
29 Corporate Governance Justin Pettigrew Corporate Reputation and the Practice of Corporate Goverenance
  Bryan Reber
30 Products and Services  Pan Ji   Buying and Selling Friends: Valuating Products and Services in Corporate Reputation
  Paul S Lieber
31 Corporate Social Responsibility  Friederike Schultz  Corporate Social Responsibility, Reputation and Moral Communication: a Constructivist View as Alternative to Functionalist, Political and Culturalist Perspectives
32 Financial Performance  Alexander Laskin  Reputation or Financial Performance: Which Comes First?
33 Issues and Risk Management  Bob Heath  Who's in Charge and What's the Solution? Reputation as a Matter of Issue Debate and Risk Management
34 Message Design Peter Smudde Message Design for Managing Corporate Reputations: Form Following Function
  Jeffrey Courtright*
SECTION 4 Contexts of Reputation  
35       Activism Jarol Manheim Contrabrand: Activism and the Leveraging of Corporate Reputation
  Alex D. Holt
36 Authenticity Juan-Carlos Molleda Identity, Perceived Authenticity, and Reputation: A Dynamic Association in Strategic Communications
  Rajul Jain
37 Branding Esben Karmark Corporate Branding and Corporate Reputation
38 Corporate Speech  Robert Kerr  Corporate Reputation and Corporate Speech
39 Diversity Damion Waymer Corporate Reputation Management and Issues of Diversity
  Sarah VanSlette
40 Emerging Markets  Rahul Mitra "Corporate Reputation in Emerging Markets:
A Culture-Centered Review and Critique"
  Mohan Dutta
  Robert J. Green
41       The Internet and Social Media Tina McCorkindale The Power of Social Media and its Influence on Corporate Reputation
  Marcia W. DiStaso
42 Management Fashion Theodore E. Zorn The reputation of corporate reputation: Fads, fashions, and the mainstreaming of corporate reputation research and practice
  Magda Pieczka
43 Reputation Rankings  Jennifer Bartlett  Reputation and Legitimacy: Accreditation and Rankings to Assess Organizations
  Josef Pallas
  Magnus Frostenson
44 Secretive Organizations Craig Scott Hidden Organizations and Reputation
SECTION 5 Communication Research and Evaluation  
45 *Corporate Reputation and Evaluation Don Stacks Corporate Reputation Measurement and Evaluation
  Melissa D. Dodd
  Linjuan Rita Men
46 Corporate Reputation and Return on Investment  Yungwook Kim  Corporate Reputation and Return on Investment (ROI): Measuring the Bottom-line Impact of Reputation
  Jungeun Yang

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