His primary areas of study are Public relations, Social psychology, Contingency theory, Accommodation and Advertising. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Operationalization, Value, Inclusion, Brand management and Agenda building. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Construct, Crisis communication and Burnout.
His Crisis communication research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crisis mapping, Publics and Information processing. His Contingency theory research integrates issues from Conflict theories, Antecedent and Normative. The concepts of his Advertising study are interwoven with issues in Sadness, Marketing, Visual attention and Appraisal theory.
Public relations, Social psychology, Contingency theory, Advertising and Crisis communication are his primary areas of study. His Public relations research includes elements of Perception, Publics, Higher education, Journalism and Newspaper. His work is dedicated to discovering how Journalism, Assistant professor are connected with Associate professor and other disciplines.
Social psychology is closely attributed to Reputation in his research. Glen T. Cameron works mostly in the field of Contingency theory, limiting it down to concerns involving Conflict management and, occasionally, Conflict resolution research. Glen T. Cameron interconnects Test, Credibility and Marketing in the investigation of issues within Advertising.
His primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Social psychology, Crisis communication, Contingency theory and Reputation. His Public relations research includes themes of Gatekeeping and Customer relationship management. His Crisis communication research incorporates elements of Crisis mapping, Crisis response, Transparency and Publics.
The various areas that Glen T. Cameron examines in his Contingency theory study include Economy and Conflict management. His research in Reputation intersects with topics in Identity, Crisis management, Consistency and Test. Glen T. Cameron combines subjects such as Anger and Credibility with his study of Crisis management.
Glen T. Cameron mostly deals with Crisis communication, Reputation, Social psychology, Public relations and Context. The study incorporates disciplines such as Test, Attribution, Transparency and Advertising in addition to Crisis communication. His work carried out in the field of Reputation brings together such families of science as Identity, Higher education, Strategic communication and Race.
His work deals with themes such as Audiovisual Aids, Communication and Health promotion, which intersect with Social psychology. Specifically, his work in Public relations is concerned with the study of Corporate communication. His Context research includes elements of Human voice, Interactivity, Social media, Source credibility and Nonverbal communication.
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Relaciones Publicas: estrategias y tácticas
Dennis L. Wilcox;Glen T. Cameron;Jordi Xifra Triadú.
It Depends: A Contingency Theory of Accommodation in Public Relations
Amanda E. Cancel;Glen T. Cameron;Lynne M. Sallot;Michael A. Mitrook.
Journal of Public Relations Research (1997)
Emotions Matter in Crisis: The Role of Anger and Sadness in the Publics' Response to Crisis News Framing and Corporate Crisis Response
Hyo Jung Kim;Glen T. Cameron.
Communication Research (2011)
Public Relations and the Production of News: A Critical Review and Theoretical Framework
Glen T. Cameron;Lynne M. Sallot;Patricia A. Curtin.
Annals of the International Communication Association (1997)
A Relational Approach Examining the Interplay of Prior Reputation and Immediate Response to a Crisis
Lisa J. Lyon;Glen T. Cameron.
Journal of Public Relations Research (2004)
Conditioning effect of prior reputation on perception of corporate giving
Jiyang Bae;Glen T. Cameron.
Public Relations Review (2006)
Testing the contingency theory of accommodation in public relations
Amanda E. Cancel;Michael A. Mitrook;Glen T. Cameron.
Public Relations Review (1999)
Does Publicity Outperform Advertising? An Experimental Test of the Third-Party Endorsement
Glen T. Cameron.
Journal of Public Relations Research (1994)
Compassion Fatigue: Communication and Burnout toward Social Problems:
Katherine N. Kinnick;Dean M. Krugman;Glen T. Cameron.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (1996)
Visual Attention to Programming and Commercials: The Use of In-home Observations
Dean M. Krugman;Glen T. Cameron;Candace McKearney White.
Journal of Advertising (1995)
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