Craig R. Scott
Craig R. Scott
Communication Studies Dept., UT Austin Moody College of Communication
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Development of a structurational model of identification in the organization
CR Scott, SR Corman, G Cheney
Communication Theory 8, 298-336, 1998
Anonymity and Self‐Disclosure on Weblogs
H Qian, CR Scott
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 12 (4), 1428-1451, 2007
The Impacts of Communication and Multiple Identifications on Intent to Leave A Multimethodological Exploration
CR Scott, SL Connaughton, HR Diaz-Saenz, K Maguire, R Ramirez, ...
Management Communication Quarterly 12 (3), 400-435, 1999
Identification with multiple targets in a geographically dispersed organization
CR Scott
Management Communication Quarterly 10 (4), 491-522, 1997
The effect of communication, writing, and technology apprehension on likelihood to use new communication technologies
CR Scott, SC Rockwell
Communication Education 46 (1), 44-62, 1997
Communication and social identity theory: Existing and potential connections in organizational identification research
CR Scott
Communication Studies 58 (2), 123-138, 2007
Empathy and Burnout in Human Service Work An Extension of a Communication Model
K Miller, M Birkholt, C Scott, C Stage
Communication Research 22 (2), 123-147, 1995
Communication technology use and multiple workplace identifications among organizational teleworkers with varied degrees of virtuality
CR Scott, CE Timmerman
IEEE Transactions on professional communication 42 (4), 240-260, 1999
Anonymous Agencies, Backstreet Businesses, and Covert Collectives: Rethinking Organizations in the 21st Century
CR Scott
Stanford University Press, 2013
Communication technology and group communication
CR Scott
The handbook of group communication theory and research, 432-472, 1999
It Depends on Who You're Talking To…: Predictors and Outcomes of Situated Measures of Organizational Identification
CR Scott, KK Stephens
Western Journal of Communication 73 (4), 370-394, 2009
Perceived networks, activity foci, and observable communication in social collectives
SR Corman, CR Scott
Communication Theory 4 (3), 171-190, 1994
Relating computer, communication, and computer-mediated communication apprehensions to new communication technology use in the workplace
CR Scott, CE Timmerman
Communication Research 32 (6), 683-725, 2005
To identify or not to identify: A theoretical model of receiver responses to anonymous communication
SA Rains, CR Scott
Communication Theory 17 (1), 61-91, 2007
To reveal or not to reveal: A theoretical model of anonymous communication
Communication Theory 8 (4), 381-407, 1998
Virtually Working: Communicative and Structural Predictors of Media Use and Key Outcomes in Virtual Work Teams
CE Timmerman, CR Scott
Communication Monographs 73 (1), 108-136, 2006
Benefits and drawbacks of anonymous online communication: Legal challenges and communicative recommendations
CR Scott
Free speech yearbook 41 (127-141), 2004
The impact of physical and discursive anonymity on group members’ multiple identifications during computer‐supported decision making
CR Scott
Western Journal of Communication (includes Communication Reports) 63 (4 …, 1999
Anonymity in applied communication research: Tensions between IRBs, researchers, and human subjects
CR Scott
Journal of Applied Communication Research 33 (3), 242-257, 2005
Communication and Coordination in an Interorganizational System Service Provision for the Urban Homeless
K Miller, CR Scott, C Stage, M Birkholt
Communication Research 22 (6), 679-699, 1995
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