Ryan S. Bisel, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, United States 
Area:
leadership communication, behavioral ethics, organizational culture
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Joann Keyton grad student 2008 University of Kansas
 (The (dis)organizing property of communication: Error and inefficiency in coordinated action.)
Tracy Russo grad student 2008 University of Kansas
 (The (dis)organizing property of communication: Error and inefficiency in coordinated action.)
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Edy JA, Bisel RS, Overton JE. (2015) Hail to the Chief: Using Honorifics to Refer to the President in Cable News Howard Journal of Communications. 26: 43-56
Bisel RS, Barge JK, Dougherty DS, et al. (2014) A Round-Table Discussion of “Big” Data in Qualitative Organizational Communication Research Management Communication Quarterly. 28: 625-649
Bisel RS, Kramer MW. (2014) Denying What Workers Believe Are Unethical Workplace Requests: Do Workers Use Moral, Operational, or Policy Justifications Publicly? Management Communication Quarterly. 28: 111-129
Kelley KM, Bisel RS. (2014) Leaders' narrative sensemaking during LMX role negotiations: Explaining how leaders make sense of who to trust and when Leadership Quarterly. 25: 433-448
Bisel RS, Keyton J. (2013) Speaking up is not an easy choice: Boat rocking as ethical dilemma Case Studies in Organizational Communication: Ethical Perspectives and Practices. 295-304
Minei E, Bisel R. (2013) Negotiating the Meaning of Team Expertise: A Firefighter Team's Epistemic Denial Small Group Research. 44: 7-32
Ploeger NA, Bisel RS. (2013) The Role of Identification in Giving Sense to Unethical Organizational Behavior: Defending the Organization Management Communication Quarterly. 27: 155-183
Bisel RS, Messersmith AS. (2012) Organizational and Supervisory Apology Effectiveness: Apology Giving in Work Settings Business Communication Quarterly. 75: 425-448
Bisel RS, Messersmith AS, Kelley KM. (2012) Supervisor-subordinate communication: Hierarchical mum effect meets organizational learning Journal of Business Communication. 49: 128-147
Bisel RS, Arterburn EN. (2012) Making Sense of Organizational Members' Silence: A Sensemaking-Resource Model Communication Research Reports. 29: 217-226
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