Keri Stephens or Keri K. Stephens or K. K. Stephens or KK Stephens
Keri Stephens or Keri K. Stephens or K. K. Stephens or KK Stephens
The University of Texas at Austin, Associate Professor
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Communicating with stakeholders during a crisis: Evaluating message strategies
KK Stephens, PC Malone, CM Bailey
The Journal of Business Communication (1973) 42 (4), 390-419, 2005
Advice on communicating during organizational change: The content of popular press books
LK Lewis, AM Schmisseur, KK Stephens, KE Weir
The Journal of Business Communication (1973) 43 (2), 113-137, 2006
If the organizations won't give us information…: The use of multiple new media for crisis technical translation and dialogue
KK Stephens, PC Malone
Journal of Public Relations Research 21 (2), 229-239, 2009
The successive use of information and communication technologies at work
KK Stephens
Communication theory 17 (4), 486-507, 2007
The social influences on electronic multitasking in organizational meetings
KK Stephens, J Davis
Management Communication Quarterly 23 (1), 63-83, 2009
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
RU able to meat me: The impact of students’ overly casual email messages to instructors
KK Stephens, ML Houser, RL Cowan
Communication Education 58 (3), 303-326, 2009
Organizational communication in emergencies: Using multiple channels and sources to combat noise and capture attention
KK Stephens, AK Barrett, MJ Mahometa
Human Communication Research 39 (2), 230-251, 2013
The reflexivity between ICTs and business culture: Applying Hofstede’s theory to compare Norway and the United States
JO Sørnes, KK Stephens, AS Sætre, LD Browning
Informing science journal 7 (1), 1-30, 2004
Expanding the reach of health campaigns: Community organizations as meta-channels for the dissemination of health information
KK Stephens, RN Rimal, JA Flora
Journal of Health Communication 9 (S1), 97-111, 2004
Discrete, sequential, and follow-up use of information and communication technology by experienced ICT users
KK Stephens, JO Sørnes, RE Rice, LD Browning, AS Sætre
Management Communication Quarterly 22 (2), 197-231, 2008
Sharing health information and influencing behavioral intentions: The role of health literacy, information overload, and the Internet in the diffusion of healthy heart information
B Crook, KK Stephens, AE Pastorek, M Mackert, EE Donovan
Health Communication 31 (1), 60-71, 2016
Interactivity in a web conference training context: Effects on trainers and trainees
KK Stephens, TP Mottet
Communication Education 57 (1), 88-104, 2008
Situated organizational identification in newcomers: Impacts of preentry organizational exposure
KK Stephens, SL Dailey
Management Communication Quarterly 26 (3), 404-422, 2012
Information and communication technology sequences and message repetition in interpersonal interaction
KK Stephens, SA Rains
Communication Research 38 (1), 101-122, 2011
Multiple conversations during organizational meetings: Development of the multicommunicating scale
KK Stephens
Management Communication Quarterly 26 (2), 195-223, 2012
New media for crisis communication: Opportunities for technical translation, dialogue, and stakeholder responses
KK Stephens, P Malone
The handbook of crisis communication, 381-395, 2010
Design simplicity influences patient portal use: the role of aesthetic evaluations for technology acceptance
AJ Lazard, I Watkins, MS Mackert, B Xie, KK Stephens, H Shalev
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 23 (e1), e157-e161, 2016
Simultaneity, sequentiality, and speed: Organizational messages about multiple-task completion
KK Stephens, JK Cho, DI Ballard
Human Communication Research 38 (1), 23-47, 2012
Information and Communication Technologies in Action: Linking Theories and Narratives of Practice
LD Browning, AS Saetre, K Stephens, JO Sornes
Routledge, 2010
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