Rebecca Meisenbach
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Stigma management communication: A theory and agenda for applied research on how individuals manage moments of stigmatized identity
RJ Meisenbach
Journal of Applied Communication Research 38 (3), 268-292, 2010
The good working mother: Managerial women’s sensemaking and feelings about work–family issues
PM Buzzanell, R Meisenbach, R Remke, M Liu, V Bowers, C Conn
Communication Studies 56 (3), 261-285, 2005
The female breadwinner: Phenomenological experience and gendered identity in work/family spaces
RJ Meisenbach
Sex Roles 62 (1), 2-19, 2010
Working with tensions: Materiality, discourse, and (dis) empowerment in occupational identity negotiation among higher education fund-raisers
RJ Meisenbach
Management Communication Quarterly 22 (2), 258-287, 2008
Keeping patients safe in healthcare organizations: a structuration theory of safety culture
PS Groves, RJ Meisenbach, J Scott‐Cawiezell
Journal of advanced nursing 67 (8), 1846-1855, 2011
Habermas's discourse ethics and principle of universalization as a moral framework for organizational communication
RJ Meisenbach
Management Communication Quarterly 20 (1), 39-62, 2006
Collective sensemaking around COVID-19: Experiences, concerns, and agendas for our rapidly changing organizational lives
KK Stephens, JLS Jahn, S Fox, P Charoensap-Kelly, R Mitra, J Sutton, ...
Management Communication Quarterly 34 (3), 426-457, 2020
Exploring nested identities: Voluntary membership, social category identity, and identification in a community choir
RJ Meisenbach, MW Kramer
Management Communication Quarterly 28 (2), 187-213, 2014
“They allowed”: Pentadic mapping of women's maternity leave discourse as organizational rhetoric
RJ Meisenbach, RV Remke, P Buzzanell, M Liu
Communication Monographs 75 (1), 1-24, 2008
Communication, uncertainty, and volunteer membership
MW Kramer, RJ Meisenbach, GJ Hansen
Journal of Applied Communication Research 41 (1), 18-39, 2013
Blurring the boundaries: Historical developments and future directions in organizational rhetoric
RJ Meisenbach, JJ Mcmillan
Annals of the International Communication Association 30 (1), 99-141, 2006
Reproducing whiteness through diversity: A critical discourse analysis of the pro-affirmative action amicus briefs in the Fisher case.
M Goldstein Hode, RJ Meisenbach
Journal of Diversity in Higher Education 10 (2), 162, 2017
Alternative organizing and (in) visibility: Managing tensions of transparency and autonomy in a nonprofit organization
PR Jensen, RJ Meisenbach
Management Communication Quarterly 29 (4), 564-589, 2015
Dialogue, discourse ethics, and Disney
R Meisenbach, SB Feldner
Rhetorical and critical approaches to public relations II, 253-271, 2009
Expanding role boundary management theory: How volunteering highlights contextually shifting strategies and collapsing work–life role boundaries
D Cruz, R Meisenbach
Human Relations 71 (2), 182-205, 2018
Emerging patterns of stigma management communication strategies among burn survivors and relational partners
CJ Noltensmeyer, RJ Meisenbach
American Behavioral Scientist 60 (11), 1378-1397, 2016
Standpoints of maternity leave: Discourses of temporality and ability
PM Buzzanell, RV Remke, R Meisenbach, M Liu, V Bowers, C Conn
Women's Studies in Communication 40 (1), 67-90, 2017
We do babies! The trials, tribulations, and triumphs of pregnancy and parenting in the academy
JS Aubrey, MA Click, DS Dougherty, MA Fine, MW Kramer, ...
Women's Studies in Communication 31 (2), 186-195, 2008
Adopting an attitude of wisdom in organizational rhetorical theory and practice: Contemplating the ideal and the real
RJ Meisenbach, S Bonewits Feldner
Management Communication Quarterly 25 (3), 560-568, 2011
SaveDisney. com and activist challenges: A Habermasian perspective on corporate legitimacy
SB Feldner, RJ Meisenbach
International Journal of Strategic Communication 1 (4), 207-226, 2007
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