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Corporate Social Responsibility: A Qualitative Analysis in the Mitigation of Crisis
The purpose of this study was to understand how corporate social responsibility can be utilized in the event of a crisis. In this qualitative study, issues management theory and the situational crisis communication theory ...
Black Women’s Perceptions of Health: Considering Cultural Identity as an Antecedent for the Situational Theory of Publics
The purpose of this study was to understand Black women’s perceptions of health, specifically in regards to HIV/AIDS, and the ways in which their cultural identities influence health decisions according to the situational ...
MEDIA EFFECTS ON DIVORCE ATTITUDES: Breaking the Taboo
The taboo associated with divorce has decreased among young adults. What was once a silent issue has become a more casual topic of discussion, with some discourse transcending onto social media sites. Research has shown ...
“YOU LOOK LIKE A SKINNY WHITE GIRL”: BLACK CULTURAL EFFECTS ON THE BODY IMAGE OF THIN BLACK WOMEN
This study focuses on the impact that the thick body image expected of black women, which is portrayed through the black media culture, has on thin black women and their connection within their black culture. The biocultural ...