Case Study Research: Principles and Practices
Provides a general understanding of the case study method as well as specific tools applicable in a variety of fields including anthropology, business and management, communications, economics, education, medicine, political science, psychology, social work, and sociology.
Introduces the reader to the most important concepts, models, theories and debates within the field of crisis communication. Topics include Image repair theory, Situational crisis communication theory, Contingency theory, Discourse of renewal, Visual crisis communication, Internal crisis communication, Crisis communication and organizational resilience, Communication strategies for supply chain crises, Reputational interdependence and spillover, Crisis and emergency risk communication, Crisis communication and social media, and Ethics in crisis communication.
Handbook of business communication [electronic resource]: linguistic approaches
Gerlinde Mautner 1963 -, Franz Rainer, C. A. Ross. 1 Edition. - 2017. e-bog
This handbook takes a linguistic approach to business communication, drawing together perspectives from various research traditions. The book deals with many genres and methods of communication, including negotiations, sales talk, websites, advertising, intercultural business communication, English as a lingua franca, metaphors, the language of marketing, organizational discourse, and corporate language.
Routledge international handbook of sustainable development [electronic resource]
M. R. Redclift, Delyse Springett. 2015. e-bog. This handbook gives a comprehensive, international and cutting-edge overview of Sustainable Development. The book discusses institutional, environmental, social and economic key imperatives of sustainable development, as well as social cohesion, justice, democracy, and the need for interdisciplinarity in the discourse.
SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods
Presents a wide-ranging exploration of the field with key topics including videography, eye-tracking, digital storytelling, photovoice, visual semiotics, visual rhetorical analysis, multimodality, visual ethnography, picture-sorting techniques, creative methods using artefacts, visual framing analysis, therapeutic uses of images, and various emerging digital technologies and online practices.
SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection
Covers new devices, technologies and online spaces that open up new ways for researchers to approach and collect images, moving images, text and talk. The book systematically explores the approaches, techniques, debates and new frontiers for creating, collecting, and producing qualitative data.
Handbook of Strategic Communication
Covers a range of strategic communication models, theories, and applications on the three core areas of public relations, marketing communication, and health communication. Topics include political communication, issues management, crisis and risk communication, environmental and science communication, public diplomacy, disaster management, and strategic communication for social movements and religious communities.
SAGE Handbook of Social Media Research Methods
Spans the entire research process, from data collection to analysis and interpretation. It focusses on ethics, privacy and the politics of social media data, covering topics such as Data sources; Scraping and spidering data; Locative data, video data and linked data; Platform-specific analysis; Analytical tools; and Critical social media analysis.
SAGE Handbook of Digital Society
The book explores the relationship between digitisation, social organisation and social transformation at both the macro and micro level across the social sciences. The topics covered include machine learning, social media, surveillance, misinformation, digital labour, and beyond.
SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research Design
This Handbook takes readers through the foundational theories, functions, strategies, and approaches to qualitative research design relating to Concepts of Designing Designs in Qualitative Research; Theories and Epistemological Contexts of Designing Qualitative Research; Elements of Designing Qualitative Research; Basic Designs and Research Strategies in Qualitative Research; Mixing Methods in Designing Qualitative Research; Designing Qualitative Research for Specific Kinds of Data; Designing Qualitative Online and Multimodal Research; Designing Qualitative Research for Specific Groups and Areas.
The international encyclopedia of intercultural communication [electronic resource]
Young Yun Kim. 2018. e-bog. This encyclopedia addresses key aspects of intercultural communication theory and research. The encyclopedia focusses on areas such as cross-cultural communication, cultural communication, intergroup communication, intercultural training, and critical intercultural communication, including issues of ethnicity and race.
The international encyclopedia of strategic communication [electronic resource]
Robert L. Heath 1941-, Winni Johansen. 2018. e-bog. This encyclopedia captures the full scope of contemporary theory and practice in strategic communication. The book focusses on critique, integrating, and reengineering forms, structures, functions of, and purposes for external and internal communication of organizations within the four major areas of strategy, organization, management, and sociocultural impact.
Articles from leading journals within all subject areas. There is no access to publications from the last five years.
SAGE journals online
Database containing academic articles from the publisher Sage. With a broad coverage of the social sciences, including politics, sociology, economics, marketing, management, language and communication.