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Berkelaar, B., & Francisco-Revilla, L. (2018). Motivation, Evidence and Computation : a research framework for expanding computational social science participation and design. In Computational social science in the age of big data : concepts, methodologies, tools and applications (16-62). Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., & Harrison, M. A. (2017). Cybervetting. In The International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication (7 pages). External link

Berkelaar, B. (2017). Different ways new information technologies influence conventional organizational practices and employment relationships: The case of cybervetting for personnel selection. Human Relations, 70(9), 1115-1140. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2017). How implicit theories help differentiate approaches to online impression management: A preliminary typology. New Media & Society, 19(12), 2039-2058. External link

Berkelaar, B., & Harrison, M. A. (2017). Information Visibility. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication (28 pages). External link

Berkelaar, B., & Murphy, M. L. (2017). Interviews/Interviewing. In The International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication (11 pages). External link

Berkelaar, B., & Tronstad, L.R. (2017). Negotiating work-life. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication (36 pages). External link

Berkelaar, B., & Harrison, M. A. (2017). Organizational socialization. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication . External link

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2017, May). Rethinking calling as communicative practice and theoretical term : a proposed framework for research and practice [Paper]. International Communication Association Convention, San Diego, CA. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., O'Connor, E. A., & Schneider, C. M. (2017). Round-robin presentations: Increasing opportunities for public speaking in large lectures and beyond. Communication Teacher, 33(2), 145-150. External link

Berkelaar, B., Bernhardt, J., Glowacki, E., & Schneider, C. (2017, April). Understanding how human, communication and technology factors influence effective and efficient electronic health records (EHRs) use [Paper]. Transforming Healthcare Through Research Collaboration Symposium, Austin, Texas. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., & Harrison, M. (2016). Cybervetting. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication . External link

Berkelaar, B., & Jackson, T. (2016). Finding the right fit. Online? In Cases in organizational and managerial communication : stretching boundaries (6 pages). External link

Berkelaar, B., Birdsell, J. L., & Scacco, J. M. (2016). Storying the digital professional : how online screening shifts the primary site and authorship of workers' career stories. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 44(3), 275-295. External link

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2015). Bait and switch or double-edged sword? The (sometimes) failed promises of calling. Human Relations, 68(1), 157-178. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2015, November). Beyond digital common sense : how implicit theories influence online impression management [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2015, October). Eiter/or both or both/and : engagement vs "real work" in academe [Paper]. International Communication Association Nordic Regional Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2015, May). How network structures influence career metaphors and agency [Paper]. Computational Social Science Summit, Chicago, Illinois. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2015, March). Look away : managing online persona expectations [Paper]. SXSW Interactive, Austin, Texas. External link

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2015). Online Employment Screening and Digital Career Capital: Exploring Employers' Use of Online Information for Personnel Selection. Management Communication Quarterly, 29(1), 84-113. External link

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2015, August). Rethinking calling as communicative practice and theoretical term : a proposed framework for research and practice [Paper]. Academy of Management Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC. Unavailable

Ballard, D. I., McGlone, M. S., Berkelaar, B., Baryshevtsev, M., & Brown, L. (2015, May). A spatiotemporal perspective on mobile wallet use [Paper]. Center for Identity Annual Conference (ID360), Austin, Texas. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., & Revilla, L. (2015, May). Using computational social science to understand how social contracts evolve and organize [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Conference, San Juan, PR. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Scacco, J. M., & Birdsell, J. L. (2015). The worker as politician : how online information and electoral heuristics shape personnel selection and careers. New Media & Society, 17(8), 1377-1396. External link

Berkelaar, B., & Hanchey, J. N. (2014, November). Context matters : self-reliance for the collective good - examining discourses of career success in Tanzania [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2014). Cybervetting, Online Information, and Personnel Selection:New Transparency Expectations and the Emergence of a Digital Social Contract. Management Communication Quarterly, 28(4), 479-506. External link

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2014). Cybervetting, Person-Environment Fit, and Personnel Selection: Employers' Surveillance and Sensemaking of Job Applicants' Online Information. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 42(4), 456-476. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2014, May). The disruptive potential of online information : replacing interview interactions with digital extraction of online information. [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Seattle, WA. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2014). How "googling" changes personnel selection. Communication Currents, 9(6), 1 page. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2014, November). How information visibility and digital artifacts challenge work-life practices [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Long, Z., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2013). Cybervetting in the People's Republic of China : exploring the implications of the "New Internet World" for everyday work and career. In New media and internet communication and communities in China (438-455). Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Long, Z., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2013, June). Cybervetting in the People's Republic of China : exploring the implications of the "New Internet World" for everyday work and career [Paper]. International Communication Association Preconference, Oxford, UK. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2013, November). Exploring the case of Adrienne Pine : making connections between career, professionalism, family and the rhetoric surrounding the professor-mother [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Frei, S. S., & Davis, T. (2013, November). Exploring the motives and influences of contingent college faculty [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2013). Joining and Leaving Organizations in a Global Information Society. Annals of the International Communication Association, 37(1), 33-64. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2013, June). Performing digital careers : identifying and assessing types of online (personal) information management [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Conference, London, UK. External link

Berkelaar, B., Birdsell, J. L., & Scacco, J. M. (2013, November). Storying the digital professional : how online screening practices are changing personnel selection and employability [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Scacco, J. M., & Birdsell, J. L. (2013, June). The worker as politician : how electoral heuristics and online information shape personnel selection and careers [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Conference, London, UK. External link

Berkelaar, B., Buzzanell, P. M., Kisselburgh, L. G., Tan, W., & Shen, Y. (2012). "First, it's dirty. Second, it's dangerous. Third, it's insulting": urban Chinese children talk about dirty work. Communication Monographs, 79(1), 93-114. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2012, September). (Realistically) managing your online preseance [Paper]. Purdue Conference for Pre-Tenure Women, Purdue, IN. Unavailable

Buzzanell, P. M., Berkelaar, B., & Kisserl Reburgh, L. G. (2012). Expanding understandings of mediated and human socialization agents : chinese children talk about desirable work and career. China Media Research, 8(1), 14 pages. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2012, May). Searching online : new media, personnel selection and its implications for work and career in China and the global economy [Paper]. International Communication Association Preconference, Phoenix, AZ. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2011). Peering behind the curtain : the virtual wizard of Oz offers no guarantees. In Matei, S. A., & Britt, B. C. (eds.), Virtual sociability : form community to communitas (40-62). Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Buzzanell, P. M., Hammoud, A., & Kisselburgh, L. G. (2011, November). Encouraging careers that capture the imagination of a country : a poststructuralist analysis of Lebanese children's talk about meanings of work and careers [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Buzzanell, P. M., & Kisselburgh, L. G. (2011, May). Expanding understandings of human and non-human socialization agents : chinese children talk about desirable work and careers [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Phoenix, AZ. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2011, September). From graduate student to faculty member [Paper]. Purdue Conference for Pre-Tenure Women, Purdue, IN. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Buzzanell, P. M., & Kisselburgh, L. G. (2011, April). From the mouths of babes : exploring families' career socialization of yound children in China, Lebanon, Belgium and the United States [Paper]. Eastern Communication Association Annual Convention, Arlington, Virginia. Unavailable

Buzzanell, P. M., Berkelaar, B., & Kisselburgh, L. (2011). From the mouths of babes : exploring families' career socialization of young children in China, Lebanon, Belgium, and the United States. Journal of Family Communication, 11(2), 148-164. External link

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2011, November). Imagined possiblitities : examining the paradoxes and tensions of calling in the contemporary marketplace [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., Pope, K., Davenport Sypher, B., & Cox, M. F. (2011). Inclusive leadership : supporting women leaders in higher education. In Martin, J. L. (ed.), Women as leaders in education : succeeding despite inequity, discrimination and others challenges (Vol. 1, 219-240). External link

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2011, May). Navigating careers in online contexts : negotiating public and private by using images of motherhood [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2011, October). Social media use in employee selection : ethics and organizational reputation in 21st centuring hiring [Paper]. Social Media for Social Purpose Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2010, October). Co-opting the good life : the dark side of calling [Paper]. Annual Conference of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender, Tampa, FL. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2010, November). Cyber-vetting : are new communication technologies changing informational criteria for personnel selection? [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA. External link

Buzzanell, P. M., Kisselburgh, L. G., & Berkelaar, B. (2010, June). The genesis of career capital : children's discourses about work and careers in Belgium, China, Lebanon and the United States [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Convention, Singapore. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2010, April). Making connections in the 21st century [Paper]. Community Summit and Workshop : Our kids are our community, West Lafayette, IN. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2010, October). Motherhood as social control in career context : using images of (grand)mother to control online information [Paper]. Annual Conference of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender, Tampa, FL. Unavailable

Buzzanell, P. M., Berkelaar, B., & Dohrman, R. (2010, November). Multitasking identity : online identity performance as multitasking, multicasting and resistance [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA. External link

Berkelaar, B., Buzzanell, P. M., & Kisselburgh, L. G. (2009, November). "First, it's dirty. Second, it's dangerous. Third, it's insulting" : chinese children talk about work and career [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2009, October). Cybervetting : exploration of impression, workforce decision-making and organizational socialization processes [Paper]. Organizational Communication Mini-Conference, Chicago, Illinois. Unavailable

Buzzanell, P. M., Kisselburgh, L. G., & Berkelaar, B. (2009, September). Discourses at work : children in China, Belgium, Lebanon and the United States talk about career [Paper]. 15th International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS) on Intercultural Communication and Collaboration within and across Sociolinguistic Environment, Kumamoto. Japan. Unavailable

Buzzanell, P. M., Kisselburgh, L. G., & Berkelaar, B. (2009, May). Discourses, imagination and material realities : children in the United States and China talk about work [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois. Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2009, November). Interpersonal information seeking under uncertainty : applications of the theory of motivated information management [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois. External link

Berkelaar, B., Linvill, J., & Williams, E. W. (2009, November). Leader/ship development : an empirical examination of the impact of leader/ship development experiences on recommendations for a leadership center [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois. External link

Berkelaar, B., Williams, E. W., & Linvill, J. (2009, May). Leaders define leadership : discourses of leadership within academic leadership development center [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2009). No punctuation : seraching for an architecture of time in the culture of efficiency. In The culture of efficiency (88-105). External link

Berkelaar, B. (2008, May). Cyber-vetting (potential) employees : an emerging area of study for organizational communication [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Convention, Montréal, Québec. External link

Buzzanell, P. M., Berkelaar, B., Kisselburgh, L. G., & D'Enbeau, S. (2008, November). Interviewing as ... cotillion : NCA debuts [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA. External link

Berkelaar, B., Kisselburgh, L. G., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2008, April). Locating and disseminating effective messages : enhancing gender representation in computing majors and careers [Paper]. ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computer Personnel Doctoral Consortium and Research (SIGMIS-CPR 2008), Charlottesville, VA. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2008, November). Rethinking Kuhn : beyond conventional understandings of paradigms [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA. External link

Berkelaar, B. (2007). Evaluation of TRIOweb.org. (Technical Report). Unavailable

Baker, K., Ardelean, C., & Berkelaar, B. (2006). Industry background and assessment. (Technical Report). Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2004). Research and information technology fluency across the curriculum. (Technical Report). Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (2004). Westminster Police Department : developing a high performance 21st century police department. (Technical Report). Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (1999). Monthly service reports : technology usage in student computing services. (Technical Report). Unavailable

Berkelaar, B. (1999). Financial projections and purchasing recommendations for student technology services. (Technical Report). Unavailable

Berkelaar, B., & Van Schepen, K. (1999). The Pizza Hut model : integration and mastery learning : recommendations for student computing services. (Technical Report). Unavailable

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Cady, B., Fortenberry, N. L., Davenport Sypher, B., Haghighi, K., Abel, S., Reed-Rhodes, T., Cox, M., & Berkelaar, B. (2009, October). Work in progress : developing a certificate program for engineering faculty as leaders of academic change [Paper]. 39th IEEE Frontiers in Education annual Conference, San Antonio, TX. External link

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Dorrance Hall, E., Greene, J. O., Anderson, L. B., Hingson, L.R., Gill, E., Berkelaar, B., & Morgan, M. (2017). The Family Environment of “Quick-Witted” Persons : Birth Order, Family Communication Patterns, and Creative Facility. Communication Studies, 68(5), 493-510. External link

Dutta, M., & Berkelaar, B. (2007, November). A culture-centered approach to crisis communication [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois. External link

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Ford, J. L., Ford, J. S., Frei, S. S., Pilny, A., & Berkelaar, B. (2016). A network under stress : using embeddedness to understand uncertainty management and resilience in campus emergencies. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 44(3), 316-335. External link

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Greene, J. O., Morgan, M., Anderson, L. B., Gill, E., Berkelaar, B., Herbers, L. E., & Hingson, L.R. (2015). Formative communication experiences and message production in adulthood : family communication patterns and creative facility. In Hullman, G. A. (ed.), Thought, experience, sense : cognitive approaches to enhanced communication competence . External link

Greene, J. O., Morgan, M., Anderson, L. B., Gill, E., Hall, E. D., Berkelaar, B., Herbers, L. E., & Hingson, L.R. (2014). Formative Communication Experiences and Message Production Ability in Adulthood: Family Communication Patterns and Creative Facility. Communication Research Reports, 31(1), 41-52. External link

Greene, J. O., Morgan, M., Anderson, L. B., Gill, E., Berkelaar, B., Herbers, L. E., & Hingson, L.R. (2013, June). Formative communication experiences and message production in adulthood : family communication patterns and creative facility [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Conference, London, UK. External link

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Hanchey, J. N., & Berkelaar, B. (2015). Context matters : examining discourses of career success in Tanzania. Management Communication Quarterly, 29(3), 411-439. External link

Hammoud, A., Kisselburgh, L. G., Buzzanell, P. M., & Berkelaar, B. (2011, May). Geopolitical influences on the discourses (and materiality) of meaningful work : a study of children in Lebanon [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts. External link

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Koltai, K., Walsh, C., Jones, B., & Berkelaar, B. (2018). Applying Social Network Analysis to Identify the Social Support Needs of Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Patients and Survivors. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology, 7(2), 181-186. External link

Kisselburgh, L. G., Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2010). Collaborative research in global contexts : ethical, institutional and academic synergies. In Communication in e-society : innovation, collaboration & responsibility (69-84). Unavailable

Kisselburgh, L. G., Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2009, October). Collaborative research in global contexts : ethical, institutional and academic synergies [Paper]. Chinese Communication Association Convention and 3rd Global Communication Forum, Shanghai, China. Unavailable

Kisselburgh, L. G., Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2009). Discourse, Gender, and the Meaning of Work Rearticulating Science, Technology, and Engineering Careers Through Communicative Lenses. Annals of the International Communication Association, 33(1), 259-299. External link

Kuhn, T., Golden, A. G., Jorgenson, J., Buzzanell, P. M., Berkelaar, B., Kisselburgh, L. G., Kleinman, S., & Cruz, D. (2008). Cultural discourses and discursive resources for meaning/ful work: Constructing and disrupting identities in contemporary capitalism. Management Communication Quarterly, 22(1), 162-171. External link

Kisselburgh, L. G., Berkelaar, B., & Buzzanell, P. M. (2008, September). Rearticulating gender and science, technology and engineering careers : an organizational communication focus [Paper]. Annual Conference of the Southern African Institute for Management Scientists, Muldersdrift, South Africa. Unavailable

Kisselburgh, L. G., Berkelaar, B., Buzzanell, P. M., & Eggermont, S. (2008, May). What kids say : stories about jobs, science and engineering from China, Belgium and the United States [Paper]. International Communication Association Annual Convention, Montréal, Québec. External link

Kisselburgh, L. G., Buzzanell, P. M., & Berkelaar, B. (2007, October). Constructing science and engineering communities : a cross-cultural study of career messages and stories in young children [Paper]. Annual meeting of Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender, Omaha, NE. Unavailable

Kisselburgh, L. G., Buzzanell, P. M., & Berkelaar, B. (2007, November). The meaning of science and engineering work for young girls [Paper]. National Communication Association Annual Preconference, Chicago, Illinois. Unavailable

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McGlone, M. S., Ballard, D. I., Berkelaar, B., Baryshevtsev, M., & Brown, L. (2015, May). The "identity literacy" scale : a preliminary report [Paper]. Center for Identity Annual Conference (ID360), Austin, Texas. Unavailable

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Nyhoff, J., & Berkelaar, B. (2003). Research in information technology (RIT) : annual report. (Technical Report). Unavailable

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Putnam, L., Kisselburgh, L. G., Berkelaar, B., Buzzanell, P. M., Mastronardi, M., Jackson, M., Stolzfus, K., Jorgensen, J., & Wang, J. (2009). Conversations about women in STEM careers : the impact of communication research in creating occupational and social change in a global information economy. In Communication for social impact : engaging communication theory, research and pedagogy (47-62). Unavailable

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Sypher, B. D., & Berkelaar, B. (2010, April). An examination of the pathway to academic administration : academic disciplines, prior positions and time in position for nationally ranked and CIC provosts and presidents [Paper]. Seminar III, Purdue, IN. Unavailable

Sypher, B. D., Abel, S., Cox, M. F., Reed-Rhodes, T., & Berkelaar, B. (2009). Developing engineering faculty as leaders of academic change. (Technical Report). Unavailable

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