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Anne Ellerup Nielsen
Anne Ellerup Nielsen
Professor of Corporate Communication, Aarhus University, Denmark
Zweryfikowany adres z bcom.au.dk
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Reporting CSR–what and how to say it?
A Ellerup Nielsen, C Thomsen
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 12 (1), 25-40, 2007
4402007
Digital genres: a challenge to traditional genre theory
I Askehave, AE Nielsen
Information technology & people 18 (2), 120-141, 2005
4212005
CSR communication: quo vadis?
U Golob, K Podnar, WJ Elving, A Ellerup Nielsen, C Thomsen, F Schultz
Corporate communications: An international journal 18 (2), 176-192, 2013
3022013
Investigating CSR communication in SMEs: a case study among Danish middle managers
AE Nielsen, C Thomsen
Business ethics: A European review 18 (1), 83-93, 2009
2642009
Strategic stakeholder dialogues: a discursive perspective on relationship building
T Susanne Johansen, A Ellerup Nielsen
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 16 (3), 204-217, 2011
2202011
CSR communication in small and medium‐sized enterprises: A study of the attitudes and beliefs of middle managers
A Ellerup Nielsen, C Thomsen
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 14 (2), 176-189, 2009
2172009
What are the characteristics of digital genres?-Genre theory from a multi-modal perspective
I Askehave, AE Nielsen
Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System …, 2005
1732005
Reviewing corporate social responsibility communication: a legitimacy perspective
A Ellerup Nielsen, C Thomsen
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 23 (4), 492-511, 2018
1632018
The bad, the ugly and the good: new challenges for CSR communication
WJL Elving, U Golob, K Podnar, A Ellerup-Nielsen, C Thomson
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 20 (2), 118-127, 2015
1282015
CSR research in the apparel industry: A quantitative and qualitative review of existing literature
CL White, AE Nielsen, C Valentini
Corporate social responsibility and environmental management 24 (5), 382-394, 2017
1152017
CSR in corporate self‐storying–legitimacy as a question of differentiation and conformity
T Susanne Johansen, A Ellerup Nielsen
Corporate communications: an international journal 17 (4), 434-448, 2012
1092012
Webmediated genres: a challenge to tratidtional genre theory
I Askehave, AE Nielsen
1062004
The integration of CSR into corporate communication in large European companies
I Pollach, TS Johansen, A Ellerup Nielsen, C Thomsen
Journal of Communication Management 16 (2), 204-216, 2012
1032012
Sustainable development: the role of network communication
AE Nielsen, C Thomsen
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 18 (1), 1-10, 2011
842011
A discourse analysis of the disciplinary power of management coaching
A Ellerup Nielsen, H Nørreklit
Society and Business Review 4 (3), 202-214, 2009
802009
Discursive tensions in CSR multi-stakeholder dialogue: A Foucauldian perspective
CM Høvring, SE Andersen, AE Nielsen
Journal of business ethics 152, 627-645, 2018
792018
International markedskommunikation i en postmoderne verden
F Frandsen, W Johansen, AE Nielsen
Systime, 1997
771997
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) management and marketing communication: Research streams and themes
AE Nielsen, C Thomsen
Hermes 49, 49-65, 2012
692012
Corporate social responsibility as a messy problem: Linking systems and sensemaking perspectives
U Golob, TS Johansen, AE Nielsen, K Podnar
Systemic Practice and Action Research 27, 363-376, 2014
502014
The communicative stance of CSR: Reflections on the value of CSR communication
U Golob, N Verk, A Ellerup-Nielsen, C Thomsen, WJL Elving, K Podnar
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 22 (2), 166-177, 2017
462017
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