Representative Journal Articles
Vardeman-Winter, J. & Tindall, N. T. J. (2010). “If it’s a woman’s issue, I pay attention to it”: Gendered and intersectional complications in The Heart Truth media campaign. PRism, 7(4).
Waters, R., Tindall, N., & Morton, T. (2010). Media catching and the journalist-public relations practitioner relationship: How social media are changing the practice of public relations. Journal of Public Relations Research, 22, 241-264.
Aldoory, L., Kim, J.-N., & Tindall, N. (2010). The influence of perceived shared risk in crisis communication: Elaborating the situational theory of publics. Public Relations Review, 36, 134-140.
Tindall, N. T. J. (2009). The double bind of race and gender: Understanding the roles and perceptions of Black female public relations faculty. Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, 1-16.
Tindall, N. T. J. (2009). Working on the “short grass”: Fund-raiser roles and experiences at historically Black colleges and universities. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 9, 3–15.
Tindall, N. (2009). In search of career satisfaction: African American public relations practitioners, requisite variety, and the workplace. Public Relations Review, 443-445.
Tindall, N. (2007). An analysis of fund raising models at historically Black colleges and universities. Public Relations Review, 33, 201-205.
Holtzhausen, D. R., Petersen, B. K., & Tindall, N. T. J. (2003). Exploding the myth of the symmetrical/asymmetrical dichotomy: Public relations models in the new South Africa. Journal of Public Relations Research, 15, 305-341.
Vardeman-Winter, J. E., & Tindall, N. T. J. (2010). Toward a theory of intersectionality of public relations. In R. L. Health (ed.), Handbook of Public Relations (2nd ed.) (pp. 223-235). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Flippin-Wynn, M., & Tindall, N. (expected 2011). Disconnect36: A social experiment to teach students to shut down, turn off, and understand connectivity. Chapter submitted to Higher Education with Social Media.
Sha, B.-L., Tindall, N., & Sha, T.-L. (expected 2011/2012). Cultural identity: Why it matters to public relations scholars and to public relations practice. Book chapter submitted to Culture and Public Relations.
Tindall, N. T. J., & McWilliams, M. (expected 2011/2012). The duality of presence in everyday life: Black female professors' constructions of the balance, integration, and negotiation of work and life. Chapter accepted in With This Ph.D., I Thee Wed: The Experiences of Single African-American Women Professors.
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