Renee Cowan
Renee Cowan
Affiliate Assistant Professor of Communication, Queens University Charlotte
Dirección de correo verificada de queens.edu
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It’s complicated: Defining workplace bullying from the human resource professional’s perspective
RL Cowan
Management Communication Quarterly 26 (3), 377-403, 2012
1032012
RU able to meat me: The impact of students’ overly casual email messages to instructors
KK Stephens, ML Houser, RL Cowan
Communication Education 58 (3), 303-326, 2009
992009
The meaning of work/life: A corporate ideology of work/life balance
MF Hoffman, RL Cowan
Communication Quarterly 56 (3), 227-246, 2008
972008
The flexible organization: How contemporary employees construct the work/life border
R Cowan, MF Hoffman
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 8 (1), 37-44, 2007
912007
“Yes, We Have an Anti-bullying Policy, But…:” HR Professionals' Understandings and Experiences with Workplace Bullying Policy
RL Cowan
Communication Studies 62 (3), 307-327, 2011
822011
Be careful what you ask for: Structuration theory and work/life accommodation
MF Hoffman, RL Cowan
Communication Studies 61 (2), 205-223, 2010
812010
Revision of the workplace bullying checklist: the importance of human resource management's role in defining and addressing workplace bullying
S Fox, RL Cowan
Human Resource Management Journal 25 (1), 116-130, 2015
802015
Contemplating maternity in an era of choice: Explorations into discourses of reproduction
JE Bochantin, KJ Broadfoot, JJ Bute, P Buzzanell, RL Cowan, ...
Lexington Books, 2010
552010
Investigating a new education frontier: Instructor communication behavior in CD-ROM texts—Do traditionally positive behaviors translate into this new environment?
ML Houser, RL Cowan, DA West
Communication Quarterly 55 (1), 19-38, 2007
502007
Pregnancy and Motherhood on the Thin Blue Line: Female Police Officers’ Perspectives on Motherhood in a Highly Masculinized Work Environment
RL Cowan, JE Bochantin
Women & Language 32 (1), 2009
362009
Being pushed and pulled: A model of US HR professionals’ roles in bullying situations
RL Cowan, S Fox
Personnel Review, 2015
332015
Love at the office? Understanding workplace romance disclosures and reactions from the coworker perspective
RL Cowan, SM Horan
Western Journal of Communication 78 (2), 238-253, 2014
312014
Workplace bullying across the globe: A cross-cultural comparison
D Salin, R Cowan, O Adewumi, E Apospori, J Bochantin, P D’Cruz, ...
Personnel Review, 2019
262019
“** it Rolls Downhill” and Other Attributions for Why Adult Bullying Happens in Organizations From the Human Resource Professional's Perspective
RL Cowan
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 14 (1), 97-104, 2013
252013
Blue-collar employees' work/life metaphors: Tough similarities, imbalance, separation, and opposition
RL Cowan, JE Bochantin
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 12 (1), 19-26, 2011
232011
Rocking the boat” and “Continuing to fight”: Un/productive justice episodes and the problem of workplace bullying
RL Cowan
Human Communication 12 (3), 283-301, 2009
222009
Walking the tightrope: Workplace bullying and the human resource professional
RL Cowan
Texas A&M University, 2009
202009
Are children communicated with equally? An investigation of parent–child sex composition and gender role communication differences
SM Horan, ML Houser, RL Cowan
Communication Research Reports 24 (4), 361-372, 2007
182007
On being “one of the guys:” How female police officers manage tensions and contradictions in their work and their lives
J Bochantin, RL Cowan
The Ohio Communication Journal 46, 145-170, 2008
172008
Organizational norm congruency and interpersonal familiarity in e-mail: Examining messages from two different status perspectives
KK Stephens, RL Cowan, ML Houser
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 16 (2), 228-249, 2011
162011
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