The Selective Use of Graphical Information in Corporate Annual Reports

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Andrea Melis and Simone Aresu of the Università degli Studi di Cagliari. They recently published an article in the International Journal of Business Communication entitled "Analyst Following, Country’s Financial Development, and the Selective Use of Graphical Information in Corporate Annual Reports," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they … Continue reading The Selective Use of Graphical Information in Corporate Annual Reports

Readiness for Renewal

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Ryan P. Fuller of California State University, Sacramento, Robert R. Ulmer of the University of Nevada, Ashley McNatt of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and Jeanette B. Ruiz of the University of California, Davis. They recently published an article in the Management Communication Quarterly entitled "Extending Discourse of … Continue reading Readiness for Renewal

Artist Communication: An Interdisciplinary Business and Professional Communication Course

[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Stephen Carradini of Arizona State University. He recently published an article in the Business and Professional Communication Quarterly entitled “Artist Communication: An Interdisciplinary Business and Professional Communication Course which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Carradini briefly describes his research and its significance. I was motivated to pursue the work behind … Continue reading Artist Communication: An Interdisciplinary Business and Professional Communication Course

How Anonymity and Visibility Affordances Influence Employees’ Decisions About Voicing Workplace Concerns

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Chang M. Mao and David C. DeAndrea of Ohio State University. They recently published an article in Management Communication Quarterly entitled "How Anonymity and Visibility Affordances Influence Employees’ Decisions About Voicing Workplace Concerns," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they reflect on the motivation and impact of … Continue reading How Anonymity and Visibility Affordances Influence Employees’ Decisions About Voicing Workplace Concerns

Exploring the Determinants of Becoming a Mentor in Turkish Organizations

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Muhsine Itir Ozgen of Koc University, Tojo Thatchenkery of George Mason University, and James William Rowell of MEF University. They recently published an article in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science entitled "Exploring the Determinants of Becoming a Mentor in Turkish Organizations," which is currently free to read for a limited time. … Continue reading Exploring the Determinants of Becoming a Mentor in Turkish Organizations

Japanese Women Managers’ Employee-Oriented Communication Styles

[We’re pleased to welcome author Kiyoko Sueda of Aoyama Gakuin University. Dr. Sueda recently published an article in the International Journal of Business Communication entitled "Japanese Women Managers’ Employee-Oriented Communication Styles: An Analysis Using Constructivist Grounded Theory," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Sueda briefly describes the research and its significance. What motivated … Continue reading Japanese Women Managers’ Employee-Oriented Communication Styles

The Pragmatics of Financial Communication. Part 1: From Public Sphere To Investors

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Rudi Palmieri of the University of Liverpool, Dr. Daniel Perrin of Zurich University of Applied Sciences, and Dr. Marlies Whitehouse of Zurich University of Applied Sciences. They recently published an article in the International Journal of Business Communication entitled "The Pragmatics of Financial Communication. Part 1: From Sources to the Public Sphere," which is currently free to read … Continue reading The Pragmatics of Financial Communication. Part 1: From Public Sphere To Investors

Using Simulation to Teach Social Justice and Disability Ethics in Business Communication

[We’re pleased to welcome guest editor Dr. Sushil Oswal of the University of Washington and author Dr. Stephanie Wheeler of the University of Central Florida. Dr. Wheeler recently published an article in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly entitled “Harry Potter and the First Order of Business: Using Simulation to Teach Social Justice and Disability Ethics … Continue reading Using Simulation to Teach Social Justice and Disability Ethics in Business Communication

Profiling Potential Plagiarizers

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Sarah Rosol of the and Dr. Dale Cyphert of the University of Northern Iowa. They recently published an article in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly entitled “Profiling Potential Plagiarizers: A Mastery Learning Instructional Technique to Enhance Competency," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. … Continue reading Profiling Potential Plagiarizers

The Effect of Linguistic Style in an MD&A on Stock Market Reaction

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Mohamed M. Tailab and Dr. Marshall J. Burak of Lincoln University. They recently published an article in International Journal of Business Communication entitled “Examining the Effect of Linguistic Style in an MD&A on Stock Market Reaction," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they discuss this research:] Language … Continue reading The Effect of Linguistic Style in an MD&A on Stock Market Reaction