Stephanie L. Dailey, Ph.D.
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Retelling stories in organizations: Understanding the functions of narrative repetition
SL Dailey, L Browning
Academy of Management Review 39 (1), 22-43, 2014
1892014
Bringing technological frames to work: How previous experience with social media shapes the technology's meaning in an organization
JW Treem, SL Dailey, CS Pierce, PM Leonardi
Journal of Communication 65 (2), 396-422, 2015
1192015
Bringing technological frames to work: How previous experience with social media shapes the technology's meaning in an organization
JW Treem, SL Dailey, CS Pierce, PM Leonardi
Journal of Communication 65 (2), 396-422, 2015
1192015
Communicating identity and identification in and around organizations
G Cheney, LT Christensen, SL Dailey
The SAGE handbook of organizational communication: Advances in theory …, 2014
982014
Situated organizational identification in newcomers: Impacts of preentry organizational exposure
KK Stephens, SL Dailey
Management Communication Quarterly 26 (3), 404-422, 2012
662012
What we are talking about when we talk about social media: A framework for study
JW Treem, SL Dailey, CS Pierce, D Biffl
Sociology Compass 10 (9), 768-784, 2016
582016
What happens before full-time employment? Internships as a mechanism of anticipatory socialization
SL Dailey
Western Journal of Communication 80 (4), 453-480, 2016
542016
What happens before full-time employment? Internships as a mechanism of anticipatory socialization
SL Dailey
Western Journal of Communication 80 (4), 453-480, 2016
542016
Social comparisons, social media addiction, and social interaction: An examination of specific social media behaviors related to major depressive disorder in a millennial …
A Robinson, A Bonnette, K Howard, N Ceballos, S Dailey, Y Lu, T Grimes
Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research 24 (1), e12158, 2019
382019
Communicating health at work: Organizational wellness programs as identity bridges
SL Dailey, Y Zhu
Health Communication 32 (3), 261-268, 2017
282017
Organizations disseminating health messages: The roles of organizational identification and HITs
KK Stephens, ES Goins, SL Dailey
Health Communication 29 (4), 398-409, 2014
252014
“Social networkout”: Connecting social features of wearable fitness trackers with physical exercise
Y Zhu, SL Dailey, D Kreitzberg, J Bernhardt
Journal of health communication 22 (12), 974-980, 2017
242017
The International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication, 4 Volume Set
C Scott, L Lewis
John Wiley & Sons, 2017
242017
I’m new… again: Reconceptualizing the socialization process through rotational programs
SL Dailey
Communication studies 67 (2), 183-208, 2016
212016
What is your fitness tracker communicating?: Exploring messages and effects of wearable fitness devices
DSC Kreitzberg, SL Dailey, TM Vogt, D Robinson, Y Zhu
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 17 (1), 93-101, 2016
172016
A new normal? Competing national cultural discourses and workers’ constructions of identity and meaningful work in Norway
AK Barrett, S Dailey
Communication Monographs 85 (2), 284-307, 2018
162018
Let’s work out: communication in workplace wellness programs
TJ Burke, SL Dailey, Y Zhu
International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 2017
132017
For better or for work: Dual discourses in a workplace wellness program
SL Dailey, TJ Burke, EG Carberry
Management Communication Quarterly 32 (4), 612-626, 2018
102018
I communicate, therefore I belong: Processes of identification among organizational representatives
SL Dailey, JW Treem, JS Ford
Business and Professional Communication Quarterly 79 (3), 270-299, 2016
92016
An examination of psychosocial factors associated with malicious online trolling behaviors
K Howard, KH Zolnierek, K Critz, S Dailey, N Ceballos
Personality and Individual Differences 149, 309-314, 2019
82019
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