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Bartlett, Jennifer L. & Devin, Bree (2011) Management, communication, and corporate social responsbility. In Bartlett, Jennifer L., Ihlen, Oyvind, & May, Steve (Eds.) The Handbook of Communication and Corporate Social Responsibility. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 47-66.
Devin, Bree & Lane, Anne B. (2014) Communicating engagement in corporate social responsibility : a meta-level construal of engagement. Journal of Public Relations Research, 26(5), pp. 436-454.
Devin, Bree & Bartlett, Jennifer (2009) The challenge of greenwash: how practitioners should communicate discretionary CSR practices. Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal, 10(1), pp. 79-94.
Devin, Bree, Mazur, Alicia, & Newton, Cameron J. (2015) Extending organizational socialization: An Australian Army perspective. In 65th International Communication Association Annual Conference, 21-25 May 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (Unpublished)
Devin, Bree & Bartlett, Jennifer (2011) Exploring CSR communication: Linking institutional pressures, legitimacy, and rhetoric. In EGOS, 2011, Gothenberg, Sweden. (Unpublished)
Devin, Bree (2013) The legitimacy disconnect: Exploring the why and how of CSR communication. In CSR and Communication: Extending the Agenda, June 2013, London. (Unpublished)
Devin, Bree (2013) The strategic nature of CSR communication: An institutional and rhetorical perspective. In International Communication Association Conference. (Unpublished)
Devin, Bree & Bartlett, Jennifer L. (2012) Communicating CSR activities: A rhetorical perspective. In World Public Relations Forum, 2012, Melbourne, Australia. (Unpublished)
Devin, Bree & Bartlett, Jennifer L. (2011) The problem of greenwash: Rhetorical elements in communicating environmental CSR practices. In International Communication Association Conference, 2011, Boston, MA. (Unpublished)
Devin, Bree L. (2014) CSR communication and legitimacy : an institutional and rhetorical perspective. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.