Jeffrey Treem, Ph.D.

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
expertise, social media, icts, knowledge-intensive firms, organizational communication
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Paul M. Leonardi grad student 2012 Northwestern
 (Communicating Expertise in Professional Service Firms.)


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Katy E. Pearce collaborator
Casey Spruill Pierce collaborator
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van Zoonen W, Treem JW, Ter Hoeven CL. (2022) A tool and a tyrant: Social media and well-being in organizational contexts. Current Opinion in Psychology. 45: 101300
Smith WR, Treem J. (2017) Striving to Be King of Mobile Mountains: Communication and Organizing Through Digital Fitness Technology Communication Studies. 68: 135-151
Treem JW. (2015) Social Media as Technologies of Accountability: Explaining Resistance to Implementation Within Organizations American Behavioral Scientist. 59: 53-74
Treem JW, Dailey SL, Pierce CS, et al. (2015) Bringing technological frames to work: How previous experience with social media shapes the technology's meaning in an organization Journal of Communication. 65: 396-422
Treem JW. (2013) Technology use as a status cue: The influences of mundane and novel technologies on knowledge assessments in organizations Journal of Communication. 63: 1032-1053
Leonardi PM, Treem JW. (2012) Knowledge management technology as a stage for strategic self-presentation: Implications for knowledge sharing in organizations Information and Organization. 22: 37-59
Leonardi PM, Treem JW, Jackson MH. (2010) The Connectivity Paradox: Using Technology to Both Decrease and Increase Perceptions of Distance in Distributed Work Arrangements Journal of Applied Communication Research. 38: 85-105
Treem JW, Leonardi PM. (2009) Knowing who knows what: Information technology, knowledge visibility, and organizational change Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Hawaii International Conference On System Sciences, Hicss
Huffaker D, Wang J, Treem J, et al. (2009) The social behaviors of experts in massive multiplayer online role-playing games Proceedings - 12th Ieee International Conference On Computational Science and Engineering, Cse 2009. 4: 326-331
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