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Tim Rowley's article from 1997, "Moving beyond dyadic ties: A network theory of stakeholder influences
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has 1870 hits in google scholar.  I might narrow within that as it was one of the first to consciously linked network concepts with stakeholder management.  To me, "good" PR (as opposed to BS) would be rooted in stakeholder theory/practice.

Link for google scholar hits.

Here are a few articles in my own Zotero library that may be relevant.

Battilana, J., & Dorado, S. (2010). Building Sustainable Hybrid Organizations: The Case of Commercial Microfinance Organizations. Academy of Management Journal, 53(6), 1419–1440. http://doi.org/10.5465/AMJ.2010.57318391
Tesdahl, E. A. (2014). More than the Sum of Its Parts: Cooperation and Mutual Commitment in Multi-Issue Congregation-Based Community Organizing. Sociological Inquiry, n/a–n/a. http://doi.org/10.1111/soin.12063

Good Luck,
Jordi


On Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 2:09 PM, Heather Hether <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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Hello, 

I'm looking for some cites related to SNA in a public relations context -- i.e. examining the ties that support organization-public relationships. Can anyone recommend some sources?

Thank you. 




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