Brenda Berkelaar, PhD
Brenda Berkelaar, PhD
Faculty Affiliate | Center for Health Communication | Moody College of Communication & Dell Medical
Verified email at polymtl.ca
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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
1192014
Bait and switch or double-edged sword
BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell
The (sometimes), 2015
100*2015
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
982008
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
712015
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
542011
Discourse, gender, and the meaning of work rearticulating science, technology, and engineering careers through communicative lenses
LG Kisselburgh, BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell
Annals of the International Communication Association 33 (1), 259-299, 2009
492009
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
462014
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
362017
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
342015
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
342011
“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
332012
Cyber-vetting: Exploring the implications of online information for career capital and human capital decisions
BL Berkelaar
Purdue University, 2010
252010
Joining and leaving organizations in a global information society
BL Berkelaar
Annals of the International Communication Association 37 (1), 33-64, 2013
232013
Context matters: Examining discourses of career success in Tanzania
JN Hanchey, BL Berkelaar
Management Communication Quarterly 29 (3), 411-439, 2015
222015
The International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication, 4 Volume Set
C Scott, L Lewis
John Wiley & Sons, 2017
212017
How implicit theories help differentiate approaches to online impression management: A preliminary typology
BL Berkelaar
new media & society 19 (12), 2039-2058, 2017
172017
The culture of efficiency: Technology in everyday life
S Kleinman
Peter Lang, 2009
162009
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
132008
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
112011
Storying the digital professional: How online screening shifts the primary site and authorship of workers’ career stories
BL Berkelaar, JL Birdsell, JM Scacco
Journal of Applied Communication Research 44 (3), 275-295, 2016
102016
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