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·    Lee, T. (in press). CSR communication in stigmatized industries. In A. O’Connor (Eds), The Routledge handbook of corporate social responsibility communication.

·    Lee, T. (2022) Integrating power and gradual institutional change in public relations history: The case of the people’s university in North Carolina after the Civil War. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.

·    Lee, T. (2021) How firms communicate their social roles through corporate social responsibility, corporate citizenship, and corporate sustainability: An institutional comparative analysis of firms’ social reports. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 15(3), 214-230.

·    Lee, T. (2020) Exploring the explicitness, salience of ethics, and transparency of messages in social reports: A cross-national longitudinal content analysis from an institutional perspective. Corporate Communication: An International Journal, 26(2), 279-295.

·    Lee, T. (2020) Communicative institutionalization of CSR: A content analysis of firms’ motivations in social reports from three market economies. Journal of Applied Communication Research48(3), 291-309.  

·    Lee, T. & Riffe, D. (2019). Business news coverage of corporate social responsibility in the United States and United Kingdom: Insights from the implicit and explicit framework. Business & Society58(4), 683-711.   

·    Lee, T. & Comello, L. (2019). Transparency and industry stigmatization in strategic CSR communication. Management Communication Quarterly33(1), 68-85.

·    Kim, H. & Lee, T. (2018). Strategic CSR communication: The moderating role of transparency in trust building. International Journal of Strategic Communication12(2), 107-124.

·    Lee, T. & Boynton, L. (2017). Conceptualizing transparency: Propositions for the integration of situational contexts and stakeholders’ perspectives. Public Relations Inquiry6(3). 233-251.

·    Lee, T. (2017). The status of corporate social responsibility research in public relations: A content analysis of published articles in eleven scholarly journals from 1980 to 2015. Public Relations Review43(1). 211-218.  

·    Lee, T. (2016). Public records fees hidden in the law: A study of conflicting judicial approaches to the determination of the scope of imposable public records fees. Communication Law & Policy, 21(2). 251-79.