His scientific interests lie mostly in Metaphor, Social psychology, Organizational theory, Public relations and Organizational communication. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Metaphor, narrowing it down to issues related to the Analogy, and often Creativity and Imagination. His work carried out in the field of Organizational theory brings together such families of science as Salience and Cognitive science.
His Public relations study incorporates themes from Social identity approach, Frame analysis, Organizational identity, Social group and Scientific communication. His Organizational communication research includes themes of Modalities, Organization development, Communication studies and Sensemaking. His work focuses on many connections between Communication studies and other disciplines, such as Corporate communication, that overlap with his field of interest in Corporate identity.
His primary areas of study are Public relations, Metaphor, Social psychology, Sensemaking and Organizational theory. His research investigates the link between Public relations and topics such as Marketing management that cross with problems in Marketing research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Organizational identity, Analogy, Gesture and Value.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Social identity approach, Social identity theory and Social group in addition to Organizational identity. His Social psychology research focuses on Framing in particular. His research on Organizational theory frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Social science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sensemaking, Qualitative research, Cognitive psychology, Social entrepreneurship and Public relations. His Sensemaking research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Collective action and Refugee crisis. In his work, Quality, Technocracy and Cognitive reframing is strongly intertwined with Inference, which is a subfield of Qualitative research.
His Cognitive psychology research integrates issues from Nonverbal communication, Literal and figurative language, Gesture and Variation. His specific area of interest is Public relations, where Joep Cornelissen studies Corporate social responsibility. To a larger extent, Joep Cornelissen studies Social psychology with the aim of understanding Organizational identity.
Joep Cornelissen mainly investigates Organization studies, New product development, Market economy, Modern economy and Knowledge management. Joep Cornelissen interconnects Analogy, Institutional theory and Metaphor in the investigation of issues within Organization studies. His New product development research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Narrative and Process management.
His work on Sensemaking as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently connected to Bridging, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
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Social Identity, Organizational Identity and Corporate Identity: Towards an Integrated Understanding of Processes, Patternings and Products
Joep P. Cornelissen;S. Alexander Haslam;John M. T. Balmer.
British Journal of Management (2007)
Communication, Organizing and Organization: An Overview and Introduction to the Special Issue
Francois Cooren;Timothy Kuhn;Joep P. Cornelissen;Timothy Adrian Robert Clark.
Organization Studies (2011)
Imagining and Rationalizing Opportunities: Inductive Reasoning and the Creation and Justification of New Ventures
Joep P. Cornelissen;Jean S. Clarke.
Academy of Management Review (2010)
Putting Framing in Perspective: A Review of Framing and Frame Analysis across the Management and Organizational Literature
Joep P. Cornelissen;Mirjam D. Werner.
The Academy of Management Annals (2014)
Corporate Communication: A Guide to Theory and Practice
Joep P. Cornelissen.
Beyond Compare: Metaphor In Organization Theory
Joep P. Cornelissen.
Academy of Management Review (2005)
Putting Communication Front and Center in Institutional Theory and Analysis
Joep P. Cornelissen;Rodolphe Durand;Peer C. Fiss;John C. Lammers.
Academy of Management Review (2015)
Metaphor in Organizational Research: Context, Modalities and Implications for Research — Introduction
Joep P. Cornelissen;Cliff Oswick;Lars Thøger Christensen;Nelson Phillips.
Organization Studies (2008)
Sensemaking Under Pressure: The Influence of Professional Roles and Social Accountability on the Creation of Sense
Joep P. Cornelissen.
Organization Science (2012)
Managing corporate identity: an integrative framework of dimensions and determinants
Joep P. Cornelissen;Wim J.L. Elving.
Corporate Communications: An International Journal (2003)
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