Tuong-Minh Ly-Le

Bond University

PhD Candidate

Robina, Queensland

Australia

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (9)

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Social Media in Crisis Communication

Number of pages: 13 Posted: 11 Aug 2015
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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crisis communication, social media, organizational communication

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Business Negotiations between American and Vietnamese Businesses: The Influence of Proxemics and Site Setting on Negotiation Outcomes

Ly-Le, T. M. (2015). Business negotiations between American and Vietnamese businesses: The influence of proxemics and site setting on negotiation outcomes. Student Pulse, 7(04).
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 18 Aug 2015
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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America, business negotiation, nonverbal communication, proxemics, Vietnam

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'Novartis – Drop the Case' Campaign: A Rhetorical Analysis

Number of pages: 9 Posted: 12 Aug 2015
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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Médecins Sans Frontières, Doctors Without Borders, rhetorical theory, stakeholder theory

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Media Assessment of Herbalife's Crisis Response: An Approach to Explain Vietnam's Media Transparency Level

Ly-Le, T. M. (2015). Media assessment of Herbalife’s crisis response: An approach to explore Vietnam’s media transparency level. Plaridel: A Philippine Journal of Communication, Media, and Society, 12(1), 1-15.
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 18 Aug 2015
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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media transparency, objectivity, media credibility, media ethics, Vietnam, Herbalife, case study

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Vietnam - China Oil Rig Dispute: The Influence of Ego-Involvement in Media Perception

Number of pages: 11 Posted: 17 Sep 2015
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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social judgment, ego-involvement, media, China, Vietnam, dispute

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Social Media Use in Crisis Communication in Vietnam: An Organizational Viewpoint

Ly-Le, T. M. (2018). Social media use in crisis communication in Vietnam: An organizational viewpoint. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Business, Management and Accounting (IBSM 2018), 245-258.
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 10 Jun 2019
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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social media, organizational communication, crisis communication, crisis response, Vietnam, DOI , NCCT

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What Facilitates and Hinders the Use of Social Media in Crisis Communication in Vietnamese Organizations

Ly-Le, T. M. (2017). What facilitates and hinders the use of social media in crisis communication in Vietnamese organizations. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Business Management (ICEBM 2017), 70-75.
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 10 Jun 2019
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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social media adoption, crisis communication, crisis response, Vietnam

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Gaps in Perceptions on Social Media Use in Crisis Communication between Vietnamese Organizations and Stakeholders

Ly-Le, T. M. (2018). Gaps in perceptions on social media use in crisis communication between Vietnamese organizations and stakeholders. DeReMa (Development Research of Management): Jurnal Manajemen, 13(1), 11-19.
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 10 Jun 2019
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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social media, crisis communication, Vietnam, organization communication, stakeholder communication

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Social Media Use in Crisis Communication in Vietnam: A Stakeholder's Viewpoint

Ly-Le, T. M. (2018). Social media use in crisis communication in Vietnam: A stakeholder’s viewpoint. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Business, Management and Accounting (IBSM 2018), 259-274.
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 10 Jun 2019
Tuong-Minh Ly-Le
Bond University
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social media, stakeholder communication, crisis communication, crisis response, Vietnam, NCCT