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Michael J. Palenchar

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2010
Hocke, T. M., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Community narratives during a crisis: The Tennessee Valley Authority ash spill. National Communication Association.
Hocke, T. M., Colon-Aguirre M., Freberg K., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Community response to the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) ash spill: Information seeking and rebuilding reputation. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness.
Palenchar, M. J., & Sellnow T. (2010).  Convincing customers when your product is safe.
Pratt, A., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Crisis in intercollegiate athletics: Shared meanings among senior woman administrators. Summit on Communication and Sport.
Palenchar, M. J., Covello V., Becker S., Renn O., & Sellke P. (2010).  Effective Risk Communications for the Counter Improvised Explosive Devices Threat: Communication Guidance for Local Leaders Responding to the Threat Posed by IEDs and Terrorism. U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Palenchar, M. J. (2010).  Environmental racism and community right to know.
Palenchar, M. J. (2010).  Environmental risk communication: Best practices and lessons learned from practice and the academy.
Motta, B. H., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Historical evolution of community right to know: Implications on the development and practice of public relations. International History of Public Relations Research Conference.
Veil, S., Buehner T., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Increasing dialogue in disasters: Incorporating social media in risk and crisis communication. National Communication Association.
Ickowitz, T., Primm C., Elliott S., Hocke T. M., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Manging narrative in the media: TVA ash spill crisis. Southern States Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J. (2010).  Mobile Technologies Implemented in Risk Communication Practices and Disasters: Counter Improvised Explosive Devices. S4 Inc. for a project with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Ickowitz, T., Primm C., Hocke T. M., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Narrative in the media: TVA ash spill crisis. University of Tennessee's College of Communication and Information Research Symposium.
Ickowitz, T., Elliott S., Hocke T. M., & Palenchar M. J. (2010).  Narrative in the media: TVA ash spill crisis.
Palenchar, M. J. (2010).  Risk and crisis communication: Implications of first year social media opportunities and constraints project.
Palenchar, M. J. (2010).  Risk communication. (Heath, R. L., Ed.).Handbook of Public Relations. 447-460.
Freberg, K., Palenchar M. J., & Veil S. (2010).  Social bookmarking sites and crisis communication: A descriptive analysis of bookmarks on food safety shared online during 2009 H1N1.
Freberg, K., Palenchar M. J., & Veil S. (2010).  Social media bookmarking services: Managing and sharing information from a centralized source. National Communication Association.
2009
Heath, R. L., Palenchar M. J., & O'Hair H. D. H. (2009).  Community building through communication infrastructures.. (Heath, R. L., & O'Hair H. D. H., Ed.).Handbook of risk and crisis communication. 131-153.
Heath, R. L., Palenchar M. J., & O'Hair H. D. H. (2009).  Community building through communication infrastructures. (Heath, R. L., & O'Hair H. D. H., Ed.).Handbook of risk and crisis communication. 474-490.
Freberg, K., & Palenchar M. J. (2009).  Current direction of US undergraduate programs in public relations: A pedagogical struggle.. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Palenchar, M. J. (2009).  Historical trends in risk and crisis communication. (Heath, R. L., & O'Hair H. D. H., Ed.).Handbook of risk and crisis communication. 31-53.
Palenchar, M. J. (2009).  Historical Trends of Risk and Crisis Communication. (Heath, R. L., & O'Hair H. D. H., Ed.).Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication. 31-53.
Freberg, K., & Palenchar M. J. (2009).  Practitioner or Academic Approach: The Current Direction of U. S. Undergraduate Public Relations Programs. University of Tennessee College of Communication and Information 31st Annual Research Symposium.
Palenchar, M. J., & Fitzpatrick K. (2009).  Public relations front groups: An ethical perspective on anonymous speech by partisan advocates.. (Heath, T., & Waymer D., Ed.).Rhetorical and critical approaches to public relations.. 272-289.
Palenchar, M. J., & Fitzpatrick K. (2009).  Secret persuaders: Ethical and rhetorical perspectives on the public relations front groups. (Heath, R. L., Toth E. L., & Waymer D., Ed.).Rhetorical and critical approaches to public relations. 272-289.
Heath, R. L., & Palenchar M. J. (2009).  Strategic issues management: Organizations and public policy challenges.
2008
Motta, B. H., & Palenchar M. J. (2008).  Awareness, Attitudes and Utilization of Community Right to Know: Public Relations Practitioners and Environmental Risk Communication.. College of Communication and Information 30th Annual Research Symposium.
Palenchar, M. J., & Motta B. H. (2008).  Community Right to Know and Environmental Justice: Public Relations Practitioners Are Neither Getting Nor Using the Message.. National Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J., & Motta B. H. (2008).  Community right to know in China and the United States: Global implications for brand and reputation management. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness.
Palenchar, M. J., & Motta B. H. (2008).  Community Right to Know in China and the United States: Global Implications for Brand and Reputation Management. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness.
Wells, S., & Palenchar M. J. (2008).  Frames Shaping an Organizational Issue or Crisis: Naval Sonar Use and Cetacean Stranding Events. Southern States Communication Association (SSCA) .
Wells, D. S., & Palenchar M. J. (2008).  Issue, risk or crisis: Media frames of stakeholders’ perceptions of naval sonar use and cetacean stranding events. Southern States Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J. (2008).  Media Frames Shaping an Organizational Issue or Crisis: Naval Sonar Use and Cetaccean Stranding Events. Southern States Communication Association 2008.
Wells, S., & Palenchar M. J. (2008).  Media Frames Shaping an Organizational Issue or Crisis: Naval Sonar Use and Cetacean Stranding Events. Southern States Communication Association (Best Paper, PR Division).
Palenchar, M. J. (2008).  Risk communication and community right to know: A public relations obligation to inform. Public Relations Journal.
Palenchar, M. J., & Freberg K. (2008).  Yahoo! Inc.’s Reputation Management in China: A Case Study of Corporate Personality and Media Challenges. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness.
2007
Palenchar, M. J., & Wright E. (2007).  Crisis and Risk Communication: A Meta-Analysis of Symbiotic Research Streams.. International Public Relations Research Conference.
Palenchar, M. J., & Heath R. L. (2007).  Innovative risk communication strategies: Building resilient relationships and reputations with community stakeholders. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness.
Palenchar, M. J., & Wright E. K. (2007).  Meaning Contained in Risk Discourse: Deconstructing Media Narratives.. College of Communication and Information 29th Annual Research Symposium.
Palenchar, M. J., & Wright E. (2007).  Media narrative frames of industrial chemical accidents: News sources, risk characters and advocated plots.. International Communication Association Conference.
Heath, R. L., Palenchar M. J., Proutheau S., & Hocke T. M. (2007).  Nature, crisis, risk, science, and society: What is our ethical responsibility?. Environmental Communication: A Journal of nature and Culture. 1(1), 34-48.
Palenchar, M. J. (2007).  Risk communication and community right to know.. National Communication Association.
Palenchar, M. J., & Heath R. L. (2007).  Strategic risk communication: Adding value to society.. Public Relations Review. 33, 120-129..

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