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Audra Diers-Lawson
Audra Diers-Lawson
Kristiania University College
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Crisis communication: Managing stakeholder relationships
A Diers-Lawson
Routledge, 2019
702019
Women in public relations (1982–2019)
M Topić, MJ Cunha, A Reigstad, A Jelen-Sanchez, Á Moreno
Journal of Communication Management 24 (4), 391-407, 2020
65*2020
A state of emergency in crisis communication an intercultural crisis communication research agenda
A Diers-Lawson
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 46 (1), 1-54, 2017
552017
Synchronizing crisis responses after a transgression: An analysis of BP's enacted crisis response to the Deepwater Horizon crisis in 2010
AR Diers, J Donohue
Journal of Communication Management 17 (3), 252-269, 2013
472013
Through the looking glass: The factors that influence consumer trust and distrust in brands
CI Mal, G Davies, A Diers‐Lawson
Psychology & Marketing 35 (12), 936-947, 2018
442018
Did BP atone for its transgressions? Expanding theory on ‘ethical apology’in crisis communication
A Diers‐Lawson, A Pang
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 24 (3), 148-161, 2016
372016
Accuracy, coherence, and discrepancy in self-and other-reports: Moving toward an interactive perspective of organizational dissent
SM Croucher, JW Kassing, AR Diers-Lawson
Management Communication Quarterly 27 (3), 425-442, 2013
372013
Why can CSR seem like putting lipstick on a pig? Evaluating CSR authenticity by comparing practitioner and consumer perspectives
A Diers-Lawson, K Coope, R Tench
Journal of Global Responsibility 11 (4), 329-346, 2020
282020
Reconstructing stakeholder relationships using ‘corporate social responsibility’as a response strategy to cases of corporate irresponsibility: The case of the 2010 BP spill in …
AR Diers
Corporate social irresponsibility: A challenging concept, 175-204, 2012
202012
Comparing strawberries and quandongs: A cross-national analysis of crisis response strategies
AR Diers-Lawson, K Tomaino
Observatorio 4 (3), 2010
192010
Pragmatic optimism, crisis leadership, and contingency theory: A view from the C-suite
D Monehin, A Diers-Lawson
Public Relations Review 48 (4), 102224, 2022
172022
Editor's essay: Moving beyond western corporate perspectives-on the need to increase the diversity of risk and crisis communication research
A Diers-Lawson, F Meissner
Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 4 (1), 165-176, 2021
142021
Antecedents and indicators of strong emotional reactions to crises among stakeholders
A Diers-Lawson
Conflict, Mediated Message, and Group Dynamics: Intersections of …, 2017
142017
Who’s to blame for the spread of COVID-19 in New Zealand? Applying attribution theory to understand public stigma
T Nguyen, SM Croucher, A Diers-Lawson, E Maydell
Communication Research and Practice 7 (4), 379-396, 2021
132021
Testing times: Communicating the role and uncertainty of analytical procedures in a food safety crisis
C Galloway, D Ashwell, S Croucher, AR Diers-Lawson
Asian Journal of Communication 20 (2), 42-58, 2019
102019
Strategic crisis response: The strategic model of organizational crisis communication
A Diers
VDM-Verlag Müller, 2009
102009
Assembling a jigsaw puzzle: proposing the strategic model of organizational crisis communication
A Diers
Annual Conference of International Communication Association, San Francisco, CA, 2007
102007
Pandemic communication: Information seeking, evaluation, and self-protective behaviors in Vietnam and the Republic of Korea
A Diers-Lawson, S Johnson, T Clayton, R Kimoto, BX Tran, LH Nguyen, ...
Frontiers in Communication 6, 731979, 2021
92021
Building crisis capacity with data breaches: the role of stakeholder relationship management and strategic communication
A Diers-Lawson, A Symons, C Zeng
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 26 (4), 675-699, 2021
9*2021
Applying the stakeholder relationship model as an issue management and risk communication tool
A Diers-Lawson
Peter Lang Publishers, 2020
82020
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