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Journal of Public Relations Research
Volume 28(2), 2016
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CONTENTS
 
Avery, Elizabeth, and Park, Sejin Effects of crisis efficacy on intentions to follow directives during crisis. 72-86
 
  Self-efficacy has consistently been a useful predictor of behavioral intentions as a construct in many theories; yet, its role in audience adherence to instructing information during crisis is relatively unexplored 
 
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cognition
 
 
Kim, Jarim, and Sung, Minjung The value of public relations: Different impacts of communal and exchange relationships on perceptions and communicative behavior. 87-101
 
  The study, using a survey of 508 university student publics, investigates (a) the impacts and mechanisms that a relationship has on a public's perceptions and behavior around an issue and (b) how relationship types impact a public's perception toward a tuition increase issue differently 
 
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higher education
theory
 
 
Ma, Liang, and Zhan, Mengqi (Monica) Effects of attributed responsibility and response strategies on organizational reputation: A meta-analysis of situational crisis communication theory research. 102-119
 
  Scholars utilizing situational crisis communication theory (SCCT) mainly examine how attributed responsibility affects organizational reputation and how response strategies matched with the amount of attributed responsibility protect reputation 
 
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Coombs, W. Timothy Reflections on a meta-analysis: Crystallizing thinking about SCCT. 120-122
 
  This article provides my reflections and comments on the meta-analysis of situational crisis communication theory (SCCT) presented in this issue 
 
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