Brenda Berkelaar, PhD
Brenda Berkelaar, PhD
Associate Professor | Professeur Agrégé, Polytechnique Montréal (Université de Montréal campus)
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Cybervetting, online information, and personnel selection: New transparency expectations and the emergence of a digital social contract
BL Berkelaar
Management Communication Quarterly 28 (4), 479-506, 2014
Cultural discourses and discursive resources for meaning/ful work: Constructing and disrupting identities in contemporary capitalism
T Kuhn, AG Golden, J Jorgenson, PM Buzzanell, BL Berkelaar, ...
Management Communication Quarterly 22 (1), 162-171, 2008
Bait and switch or double-edged sword? The (sometimes) failed promises of calling
BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell
Human relations 68 (1), 157-178, 2015
Online employment screening and digital career capital: Exploring employers’ use of online information for personnel selection
BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell
Management Communication Quarterly 29 (1), 84-113, 2015
From the mouths of babes: Exploring families' career socialization of young children in China, Lebanon, Belgium, and the United States
PM Buzzanell, BL Berkelaar, L Kisselburgh
Journal of Family Communication 11 (2), 148-164, 2011
Discourse, gender, and the meaning of work: Rearticulating science, technology, and engineering careers through communicative lenses
CS Beck
Communication yearbook 33, 279-320, 2009
Cybervetting, person–environment fit, and personnel selection: Employers' surveillance and sensemaking of job applicants' online information
BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell
Journal of Applied Communication Research 42 (4), 456-476, 2014
“First, it's dirty. Second, it's dangerous. Third, it's insulting”: Urban Chinese Children Talk about Dirty Work
BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell, LG Kisselburgh, W Tan, Y Shen
Communication Monographs 79 (1), 93-114, 2012
The worker as politician: How online information and electoral heuristics shape personnel selection and careers
BL Berkelaar, JM Scacco, JL Birdsell
new media & society 17 (8), 1377-1396, 2015
Women as Leaders in Education: Succeeding Despite Inequity, Discrimination, and Other Challenges [2 volumes]: Succeeding Despite Inequity, Discrimination, and Other Challenges
JL Martin
ABC-CLIO, 2011
Joining and leaving organizations in a global information society
BL Berkelaar
Annals of the International Communication Association 37 (1), 33-64, 2013
Cyber-vetting: Exploring the implications of online information for career capital and human capital decisions
BL Berkelaar
Purdue University, 2010
Bait and switch or double-edged sword
BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell
The (sometimes) failed promises of calling. human relations 68 (1), 157-178, 2015
Locating and disseminating effective messages: Enhancing gender representation in computing majors and careers
BL Berkelaar, LG Kisselburgh, PM Buzzanell
Proceedings of the 2008 ACM SIGMIS CPR conference on Computer personnel …, 2008
Context matters: Examining discourses of career success in Tanzania
JN Hanchey, BL Berkelaar
Management Communication Quarterly 29 (3), 411-439, 2015
Inclusive leadership: Helping women negotiate the labyrinth of leadership in higher education
BL Berkelaar, K Pope, BD Sypher, MF Cox
Women as leaders in education: Succeeding despite inequity, discrimination …, 2011
The culture of efficiency: Technology in everyday life
S Kleinman
Peter Lang, 2009
Different ways new information technologies influence conventional organizational practices and employment relationships: The case of cybervetting for personnel selection
BL Berkelaar
Human Relations 70 (9), 1115-1140, 2017
How implicit theories help differentiate approaches to online impression management: A preliminary typology
BL Berkelaar
new media & society 19 (12), 2039-2058, 2017
Expanding Understandings of Mediated and Human Socialization Agents: Chinese Children Talk about Desirable Work and Career.
PM Buzzanell, BL Berkelaar, LG Kisselburgh
China Media Research 8 (1), 2012
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