Linda L. Putnam

Texas A&M University - Department of Speech Communication

Professor

College Station, TX 77843-4353

United States

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Differential Framing of Environmental Disputes by Stakeholder Groups

AoM Conflict Management Division 2002 Mtgs. No. 13171
Number of pages: 60 Posted: 26 Jul 2002
Ralph C. Hanke, Barbara Gray and Linda L. Putnam
Bowling Green State University - College of Business Administration, Pennsylvania State University - Center for Research in Conflict and Negotiation (CRCN) and Texas A&M University - Department of Speech Communication
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The Discourse of Environmental Conflicts: How Stakeholders Construct Their Claims, Their Opponents and Themselves

IACM 2007 Meetings Paper
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 23 Mar 2008
Barbara Gray, Ralph C. Hanke and Linda L. Putnam
Pennsylvania State University - Center for Research in Conflict and Negotiation (CRCN), Bowling Green State University - College of Business Administration and Texas A&M University - Department of Speech Communication
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Unpacking the Dialectic: Alternative Views on the Discourse–Materiality Relationship

Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 52, Issue 5, pp. 706-716, 2015
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 11 Jun 2015
Linda L. Putnam
Texas A&M University - Department of Speech Communication
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discourse, materiality, relational dialectics, sociomateriality, tensions

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Institutionalization of Conflict: How Frame Constellations and Ritualized Identity Dynamics Perpetuate Intractable Intergroup Conflicts

IACM 24th Annual Conference Paper
Posted: 26 Jun 2011
Barbara Gray, Ralph C. Hanke and Linda L. Putnam
Pennsylvania State University - Center for Research in Conflict and Negotiation (CRCN), Bowling Green State University - College of Business Administration and Texas A&M University - Department of Speech Communication

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