Jeong-Nam Kim
Jeong-Nam Kim
Professor, Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Oklahoma
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Problem solving and communicative action: A situational theory of problem solving
JN Kim, JE Grunig
Journal of communication 61 (1), 120-149, 2011
Strategic thinking about employee communication behavior (ECB) in public relations: Testing the models of megaphoning and scouting effects in Korea
JN Kim, Y Rhee
Journal of public relations research 23 (3), 243-268, 2011
Determinants of employee turnover intention: Understanding the roles of organizational justice, supervisory justice, authoritarian organizational culture and organization …
S Kim, L Tam, JN Kim, Y Rhee
Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 2017
Bottom-up building of an innovative organization: Motivating employee intrapreneurship and scouting and their strategic value
SH Park, JN Kim, A Krishna
Management Communication Quarterly 28 (4), 531-560, 2014
Reconceptualizing the communicative action of publics: Acquisition, selection, and transmission of information in problematic situations
JN Kim, JE Grunig, L Ni
International Journal of Strategic Communication 4 (2), 126-154, 2010
Strategic value of employee relationships and communicative actions: Overcoming corporate crisis with quality internal communication
A Mazzei, JN Kim, C Dell'Oro
International Journal of Strategic Communication 6 (1), 31-44, 2012
Breaking down the stakeholder environment: Explicating approaches to the segmentation of publics for public relations research
JN Kim, L Ni, BL Sha
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 85 (4), 751-768, 2008
What makes people hot? Applying the situational theory of problem solving to hot-issue publics
JN Kim, L Ni, SH Kim, JR Kim
Journal of Public Relations Research 24 (2), 144-164, 2012
The influence of perceived shared risk in crisis communication: Elaborating the situational theory of publics
L Aldoory, JN Kim, N Tindall
Public Relations Review 36 (2), 134-140, 2010
The authentic enterprise: Another buzz word, or a true driver of quality relationships?
H Shen, JN Kim
Journal of Public Relations Research 24 (4), 371-389, 2012
Information behaviors and problem chain recognition effect: Applying situational theory of problem solving in organ donation issues
JN Kim, H Shen, SE Morgan
Health Communication 26 (2), 171-184, 2011
Mapping Health Communication Scholarship: Breadth, Depth, and Agenda of Published Research in Health Communication
JN Kim, SC Park, SW Yoo, H Shen
Health communication 25 (6-7), 487-503, 2010
Symbolic or behavioral management? Corporate reputation in high-emission industries
JN Kim, SB Bach, IJ Clelland
Corporate Reputation Review 10 (2), 77-98, 2007
Classifying publics: Communication behaviors and problem-solving characteristics in controversial issues
L Ni, JN Kim
International Journal of Strategic Communication 3 (4), 217-241, 2009
Communication and cybercoping: Coping with chronic illness through communicative action in online support networks
JN Kim, S Lee
Journal of Health Communication 19 (7), 775-794, 2014
Publics and lay informatics: A review of the situational theory of problem solving
JN Kim, A Krishna
Annals of the International Communication Association 38 (1), 71-105, 2014
A Strategic Management Approach to Reputation, Relationships, and Publics: The Research Heritage of the Excellence Theory1
JN Kim, CJF Hung‐Baesecke, SU Yang, JE Grunig
The handbook of communication and corporate reputation, 197-212, 2013
Seeing the forest through the trees
JN Kim, L Ni
The SAGE handbook of public relations, 35-57, 2010
Communicant activeness, cognitive entrepreneurship, and a situational theory of problem solving
JN Kim
University of Maryland, College Park, 2006
Midwives' cell phone use and health knowledge in rural communities
S Lee, A Chib, JN Kim
Journal of health communication 16 (9), 1006-1023, 2011
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