2019 Emerald Literati Award for Excellence

Corporate Communications: an International Journal, 23(2), 226-241.

2019 Emerald Literati Award for Excellence – Highly Commended Paper, Corporate Communications: an International Journal
-LaShonda Eaddy and Yan Jin (2018). “Crisis History Tellers Matter: The Effects of Crisis History and Crisis Information Source on Publics’ Cognitive and Affective Responses to Organizational Crisis.” Corporate Communications: an International Journal, 23(2), 226-241.

Yan Jin 

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