Marlene S. Neill
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Native Advertising Is the New Journalism: How Deception Affects Social Responsibility
EE Schauster, P Ferrucci, MS Neill
American Behavioral Scientist, 1-17, 2016
Who is responsible for what? Examining strategic roles in social media management
MS Neill, M Moody
Public Relations Review 41 (1), 109-118, 2015
PR professionals as organizational conscience
MS Neill, ME Drumwright
Journal of Mass Media Ethics 27 (4), 220-234, 2012
Gaps in advertising and public relations education: Perspectives of agency leaders
MS Neill, E Schauster
Journal of Advertising education 19 (2), 5-17, 2015
Have the Ethics Changed? An Examination of Ethics in Advertising and Public Relations Agencies
Schauster, E., M Neill
Journal of Media Ethics 32 (1), 45-60, 2017
How communication climate and organizational identification impact change
MS Neill, LR Men, CA Yue
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 25 (2), 281-298, 2020
Paid, earned, shared and owned media from the perspective of advertising and public relations agencies: Comparing China and the United States
Q Xie, MS Neill, E Schauster
International Journal of Strategic Communication 12 (2), 160-179, 2018
Functional silos, integration & encroachment in internal communication
MS Neill, H Jiang
Public Relations Review 43 (4), 850-862, 2017
Roles in Social Media: How the Practice of Public Relations Is Evolving
MS Neill, N Lee
Public Relations Journal 10 (2), 2016
Beyond the c-suite: corporate communications’ power and influence
MS Neill
Journal of Communication Management 19 (2), 118-132, 2015
Change management communication: Barriers, strategies & messaging
MS Neill
Public Relations Journal 12 (1), 1-26, 2018
Emerging Issues in Internal Communications: Generational Shifts, Internal Social Media & Engagement
MS Neill
Public Relations Journal 9 (4), 2015
Ethics education in public relations: Differences between stand-alone ethics courses and an integrated approach
MS Neill
Journal of Media Ethics 32 (2), 118-131, 2017
Silent & unprepared: Most millennial practitioners have not embraced role as ethical conscience
MS Neill, N Weaver
Public Relations Review 43 (2), 337-344, 2017
Ethical listening to employees during a pandemic: New approaches, barriers and lessons
MS Neill, SA Bowen
Journal of Communication Management, 2021
Accredited vs. non-accredited: How accreditation impacts perceptions and readiness to provide ethics counsel
MS Neill
Public Relations Review, 2016
The Influence of Employer Branding in Internal Communication
MS Neill
Research Journal of the Institute for Public Relations 3 (1), 2016
Examining the effects of symmetrical internal communication and employee engagement on organizational change outcomes
LR Men, M Neill, CA Yue
Public Relations Journal 13 (4), 1-19, 2020
Building buy-in: The need for internal relationships and informal coalitions
MS Neill
Public Relations Review 40 (3), 598-605, 2014
PR women with influence: Breaking through the ethical and leadership challenges
J Meng, MS Neill
Public Relations Education 7 (3), 212-218, 2021
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