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CEO Images in Magazines and Newspapers, 1990-2001: The Growth of CEO Coverage and the Importance of Competence, Personal, and Integrity Dimensions to Image Formation
Unformatted Document Text:  CEO Images in Magazines--50 Stewart, T. A. (1998, March 2). America’s most admired companies. Fortune, 137(4), 70-82. Straughan, D., Bleske, G. I., & Zhao, X. (1996). Modeling format and source effects of an advocacy message. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 73(1), 135-146. Useem, J. (2001). Most admired: Who is this man? Fortune, 143(4), 97-101. Walker, J. (1998, March). Serious media watch is vital to business. O’Dwyer’s PR Services Report, p.74. Wartick, S. L. (1992, Spring). The relationship between intense media exposure and change in corporate reputation. Business and Society, 31(1), 33-49. Williams, S. L., & Moffitt, M. A. (1997). Corporate image as an impression formation process: Prioritizing personal, organizational, and environmental audience factors. Journal of Public Relations Research, 9(4), 237-258. Zachary, G. P. (1997, September 3). Faces of the ’90s: CEOs are stars now, but why? And would Alfred Sloan approve? The Wall Street Journal, p. A1. Zorn, T. (2001). Talking heads: The CEO as spokesperson. In P. J. Kitchen and D. E. Schultz (Eds.), Raising the corporate umbrella (pp. 23-42). New York: Palgrave.

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CEO Images in Magazines--50
Stewart, T. A. (1998, March 2). America’s most admired companies. Fortune,
137(4), 70-82.
Straughan, D., Bleske, G. I., & Zhao, X. (1996). Modeling format and source effects of an
advocacy message. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 73(1), 135-146.
Useem, J. (2001). Most admired: Who is this man? Fortune, 143(4), 97-101.
Walker, J. (1998, March). Serious media watch is vital to business. O’Dwyer’s PR
Services Report, p.74.
Wartick, S. L. (1992, Spring). The relationship between intense media exposure and
change in corporate reputation. Business and Society, 31(1), 33-49.
Williams, S. L., & Moffitt, M. A. (1997). Corporate image as an impression formation
process: Prioritizing personal, organizational, and environmental audience factors. Journal of
Public Relations Research, 9(4), 237-258.
Zachary, G. P. (1997, September 3). Faces of the ’90s: CEOs are stars now, but why? And
would Alfred Sloan approve? The Wall Street Journal, p. A1.
Zorn, T. (2001). Talking heads: The CEO as spokesperson. In P. J. Kitchen and D. E.
Schultz (Eds.), Raising the corporate umbrella (pp. 23-42). New York: Palgrave.


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