Elspeth Tilley
Elspeth Tilley
Associate Professor, School of English & Media Studies, Massey University, New Zealand
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TitleCited byYear
Deconstructing the discourse of citizen journalism: Who says what and why it matters
E Tilley, J Cokley
Pacific Journalism Review 14 (1), 94, 2008
762008
Public relations communication through corporate websites: Towards an understanding of the role of interactivity.
PA Gustavsen, EN Tilley
Prism 1 (1), 1-14, 2003
632003
The ethics pyramid: Making ethics unavoidable in the public relations process
E Tilley
Journal of Mass Media Ethics 20 (4), 305-320, 2005
482005
Still stuck in “A love-hate relationship”: Understanding journalists’ enduring and impassioned duality towards public relations
E Tilley, J Hollings
Proceedings of the ANZCA 2008 Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 9-11, 2008
392008
The big NZ journalism survey: underpaid, under-trained, under-resourced, unsure about the future-but still idealistic
J Hollings, A Samson, E Tilley, G Lealand
Pacific journalism review 13 (2), 175, 2007
382007
White vanishing: rethinking Australia's lost-in-the-bush myth
E Tilley
Rodopi, 2012
282012
Acknowledging power: The application of Kaupapa Māori principles and processes to developing a new approach to organisation–public engagement
T Love, E Tilley
Public Relations Inquiry 3 (1), 31-49, 2014
232014
Kinship, culture and ethics in organisations
EN Tilley, SM Fredricks, A Hornett
Journal of Communication Management, 2012
182012
Propaganda—who, us? The Australian Government ‘terror kit’
E Tilley
Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy 113 (1), 30-43, 2004
182004
When words fail us: using visual composites in research reporting
FX Sligo, E Tilley
Visual Communication 10 (1), 63-85, 2011
172011
Limited gender differences in ethical decision making between demographics in the USA and New Zealand
SM Fredricks, E Tilley, D Pauknerová
Gender in Management: An International Journal, 2014
152014
Commentary. What’s in a name? Everything. The appropriateness of ‘public relations’ needs further debate
E Tilley
PRism 3 (1), 2005
122005
Do apprentices' communities of practice block unwelcome knowledge?
F Sligo, EN Tilley, N Murray
Education+ Training, 2011
112011
The Uses of Fear: Spatial Politics in the Australian White-vanishing Trope
E Tilley
Antipodes 23 (1), 33-41, 2009
112009
Temporal discourse and the news media representation of indigenous-non-indigenous relations: A case study from Aotearoa New Zealand
T Love, E Tilley
Media International Australia 149 (1), 174-188, 2013
92013
New Culture/Old Ethics: What Technological Determinism Can Teach Us About New Media
E Tilley
The Ethics of Emerging Media: Information, Social Norms and New Media …, 2011
92011
Ethics and gender at the point of decision-making: An exploration of intervention and kinship
E Tilley
Prism 7 (4), 1-19, 2010
92010
Modern apprentices literacy learning: A formative evaluation
F Sligo, E Tilley, N Murray, B Watson, M Comrie, F Vaccarino
Department of Labour, Wellington, 2010
82010
Voices: First-hand experiences of adult literacy learning and employment in Wanganui
E Tilley, F Sligo, F Shearer, M Comrie, N Murray, J Franklin, F Vaccarino, ...
Department of Communication, Journalism and Marketing, Massey University, 2007
82007
The paradoxes of organizational power and public relations ethics: Insights from a feminist discourse analysis
E Tilley
Public Relations Inquiry 4 (1), 79-98, 2015
72015
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