List of publications

Refereed Journal Articles

36) Rasmussen, J., & Ihlen, Ø. (in press). Risk, crisis and social media: A meta-study of seven years’ research. Nordicom Review

35) Ihlen, Ø., & Levenshus, A. (2017). Panacea, placebo or prudence: Perspectives and constraints for corporate dialogue. Public Relations Inquiry, 6(3), 219-232. doi:10.1177/2046147X17708815 Preprint version

34) Larsson, A. O., & Ihlen, Ø. (2015). Birds of a feather flock together? Party leaders on Twitter during the 2013 Norwegian elections. European Journal of Communication, 30(6), 666-681. doi:10.1177/0267323115595525 Open access

33) Ihlen, Ø., Figenschou, T. U., & Larsen, A. G. (2015). Behind the framing scenes: Challenges and opportunities for NGOs and authorities framing irregular immigration. American Behavioral Scientist, 59(7), 822-838. doi: 10.1177/0002764215573254 Preprint version

32) Ihlen, Ø., & Hoivik, H. v. W. (2015). Ye olde CSR: The historic roots of corporate social responsibility in Norway. Journal of Business Ethics, 127, 109–120. doi: 10.1007/s10551-013-1671-9 Preprint version

31) Ihlen, Ø. (2015). “It is five minutes to midnight and all Is quiet”: Corporate rhetoric and sustainability. Management Communication Quarterly, 29(1), 145-152. doi: 10.1177/0893318914563145 Preprint version

30) Ihlen, Ø., & Thorbjørnsrud, K. (2014). Making news and influencing decisions: Three threshold cases concerning forced return of immigrants. European Journal of Communication. 29(2), 139-152. doi: 10.1177/0267323114523149 Preprint version

29) Thorbjørnsrud, K., Figenschou, T.U., & Ihlen, Ø. (2014). Mediatization of public bureaucracies: A typology. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 39(1), 3-22. Preprint version

28) Ihlen, Ø., & Thorbjørnsrud, K. (2014). Tears and framing contests: Public organizations countering critical and emotional stories. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 8(1), 45-60. doi: 10.1080/1553118x.2013.850695. Preprint version

27) Ihlen, Ø., & Roper, J. (2014). Corporate reports on sustainability and sustainable development: ’We have arrived’. Sustainable Development, 22, 42-51. Preprint version

26) Ihlen, Ø., & Verhoeven, P. (2012). A public relations identity for the 2010s. Public Relations Inquiry, 1(2), 159-176. Preprint version

25) Dan, V., & Ihlen, Ø. (2011). Framing expertise and media framing: A cross-cultural analysis of success in framing contests. Journal of Communication Management, 15(4), 368-388. [Highly Commended Paper 2012; Emerald Literati Award] Preprint version

24) Ihlen, Ø. (2011). On barnyard scrambles: Towards a rhetoric of public relations. Management Communication Quarterly, 25(3), 423-441. Preprint version

23) Ihlen, Ø., Allern, S., Thorbjørnsrud, K., & Waldahl, R. (2010). The world on television: Market-driven, public service news. Nordicom Review, 31(2), 31-45.

22) Gelders, D., & Ihlen, Ø. (2010). Government communication about potential policies: Public relations, propaganda or both? Public Relations Review, 36(1), 59-62. Preprint version

21) Gelders, D., & Ihlen, Ø. (2010). Minding the gap: Applying a service marketing model into government policy communications. Government Information Quarterly, 27(1), 34-40. Preprint version

20) Wæraas, A., & Ihlen, Ø. (2009). “Green” legitimation: The construction of an environmental ethos. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 17(2), 84-102. Preprint version

19) Ihlen, Ø. (2009). Business and climate change: The climate response of the world’s 30 largest corporations. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, 3(2), 244-262. Preprint version

18) Nitz, M., Ihlen, Ø., Egge, J., & Sobolik, S. (2009). Transatlantic perspectives on the U.S. 2004 Election: The case of Norway. Nordicom Review, 30(1), 101-117.

17) Ihlen, Ø. (2009). The oxymoron of ‘sustainable oil production’: The case of the Norwegian oil industry. Business Strategy and the Environment, 18(1), 53-63. Preprint version

16) Ihlen, Ø. (2008). Mapping the environment of corporate social responsibility: Stakeholders, publics, and the public sphere. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 13(2), 135-146. [Winner of the Best Paper Award of CCIJ in 2008; Emerald Literati Award] Preprint version

15) Ihlen, Ø., & Nitz, M. (2008). Framing contests in environmental disputes: Paying attention to media and cultural master frames. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 2(1), 1-18. Preprint version

14) Ihlen, Ø. (2007). Klimaendringene og oljeindustriens retoriske utfordring [Climate change and the rhetorical challenge of the oil industry]. Rhetorica Scandinavica, no. 42, 18-38. Preprint version

13) Ihlen, Ø., & Berntzen, Ø. (2007). When lobbying backfires: Balancing lobby efforts with insights from stakeholder theory. Journal of Communication Management, 11(3), 235-246. Preprint version

12) Ihlen, Ø. (2007). Building on Bourdieu: A sociological grasp of public relations. Public Relations Review, 33(3), 269-274. [Winner of the Pride Award for Best Article awarded by the Public Relations Division of NCA] Preprint version

11) Ihlen, Ø., & van Ruler, B. (2007). How public relations works: Theoretical roots and public relations perspectives. Public Relations Review, 33(3), 243-248. doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2007.05.001 Preprint version

10) Ihlen, Ø. (2006). Substitution or pollution? Competing views of environmental benefit in a gas-fired power plant dispute. Environmental Communication Yearbook, 3, 137-155. Preprint version

9) Ihlen, Ø. (2005). The power of social capital: Adapting Bourdieu to the study of public relations. Public Relations Review, 31(4), 492-496. Preprint version

8) Ihlen, Ø. (2005). Organisasjoners retorikk – det forsømte forskningsfelt [Organizational rhetoric – the neglected research field]. Rhetorica Scandinavica, no. 34, 35-52. Preprint version

7) Ihlen, Ø. (2004). Norwegian hydroelectric power: Testing a heuristic for analyzing symbolic strategies and resources. Public Relations Review, 30(2), 217-223. Preprint version

6) Ihlen, Ø. (2002). Rhetoric and resources: Notes for a new approach to public relations and issues management. Journal of Public Affairs, 2(4) 259-269. Preprint version

5) Ihlen, Ø. (2002). Defending the Mercedes A-Class: Combining and changing crisis response strategies. Journal of Public Relations Research, 14(3), 185-206. Preprint version

4) Ihlen, Ø. (2001). Medier, miljø og påvirkning [Media, environmental issues, and effects]. Tidsskrift for samfunnsforskning, 42(1), 65-88. Preprint version

3) Ihlen, Ø., & Andersen, E. W. (1999). “Rammer”, “posisjoner” og Romeriksporten: “Mediepakker” som praktisk-analytisk verktøy [“Frames,” “positions” and Romeriksporten: “Media packages” as a practical-analytical tool]. Norsk medietidsskrift, 6(1), 19-39.

2) Høyer, S., & Ihlen, Ø. (1998). Journalisters utdanning og yrkeserfaring: Et historisk tilbakeblikk [The education and work experience of journalists: An historical overview]. Norsk medietidsskrift, 5(2), 94-115. Preprint version

1) Høyer, S., & Ihlen, Ø. (1995). Forfattere i pressen [Authors in the press]. Norsk medietidsskrift, 2(1), 29-42.

Books

12) Ihlen, Ø. & Fredriksson, M. (Eds.). (in press). Public relations and social theory: Key figures and concepts. (2nd Expanded Edition). New York: Routledge.

11) Ihlen, Ø., Heath, R. L. (Eds.). (in press). Handbook of organizational rhetoric and communication. Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell.

10) Verhoeven, P., Ihlen, Ø., & Taylor, M. (Eds.). (in press). Routledge companion to public relations and corporate communications. London: Routledge.

9) van Ruler, B., Smit, I., Ihlen, Ø., Romenti, S. (Eds.). (2017). How strategic communication shapes value and innovation in society? Emerald.

8) Ihlen, Ø., Skogerbø, E., & Allern, S. (Eds.). (2015). Makt, medier og politikk: Norsk politisk kommunikasjon [Power, media and politics: Norwegian political communication]. Oslo, Norway: Universitetsforlaget.

7) Ihlen, Ø. (2013). PR og strategisk kommunikasjon: Teorier og fagidentitet [PR and strategic communication: Theories and professional identity]. Oslo, Norway: Universitetsforlaget.

6) Ihlen, Ø. (2011). Samfunnsansvar på norsk: Tradisjon og kommunikasjon [Corporate social responsibility in Norwegian; Tradition and communication]. Bergen, Norway: Fagbokforlaget.

5) Ihlen, Ø., Bartlett, J., May, S. (Eds.) (2011). Handbook of communication and corporate social responsibility. Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell.

4) Ihlen, Ø., van Ruler, B., Fredriksson, M. (Eds.) (2009). Public relations and social theory: Key figures and concepts. New York: Routledge.

3) Brønn, P. S., Ihlen, Ø. (2008). Åpen eller innadvendt: Omdømmebygging for organisasjoner [Open or introspective: Reputation building for organizations]. Oslo, Norway: Gyldendal.

2) Ihlen, Ø. (2007). Petroleumsparadiset: Norsk oljeindustris strategiske kommunikasjon og omdømmebygging [The petroleum paradise: The strategic communication and reputation building of the Norwegian oil industry]. Oslo, Norway: Unipub.

1) Ihlen, Ø. & Robstad, P. (2004). Informasjon & samfunnskontakt – perspektiver og praksis [Public relations – perspectives and practice]. Bergen, Norway: Fagbokforlaget.

Theses, Reports

3) Ihlen, Ø. (2004). Rhetoric and resources in public relations strategies: A rhetorical and sociological analysis of two conflicts over energy and the environment. Doctoral dissertation. U of Oslo, Norway: Unipub.

2) Ihlen, Ø. (1999). Medier og miljø: En skisse av norske avisers miljødekning 1977–1997 [Media and environment: A sketch of the environmental coverage in Norwegian newspapers 1977–1997] (Report no. 38). Oslo, Norway: Dep. of Media and Communication, U of Oslo.

1) Ihlen, Ø. (1995). Nyere forskning har vist…: Forskningsformidling og medielogikk [New research has found… Science public relations and media logic]. Master thesis, Dep. of Media and Communication, U of Oslo, Norway.

Book Chapters

36) Ihlen, Ø. (in press). Public relations as a radical activity. In E. Bridgen & D. Vercic (Eds.), Experiencing public relations: International perspectives. London: Routledge.

35) Devin, B., & Ihlen, Ø. (in press). Corporate social responsibility and engagement. In K. A. Johnston & M. Taylor (Eds.), Handbook of communication engagement. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

34) Ihlen, Ø., & Levenshus, A. (2017). Digital dialogue: Crisis communication in social media. In L. Austin & Y. Jin (Eds.), Social media and crisis communication (pp. 389-400). London: Routledge.

33) Ihlen, Ø. (2015). Politikk og PR: strategisk kommunikasjon om byrder og knappe goder [Politics and PR: strategic communication concerning burdens and benefits]. In Ø. Ihlen, E. Skogerbø, & S. Allern (Eds.), Makt, medier og politikk: Norsk politisk kommunikasjon [Power, media and politics: Norwegian political communication] (pp. 64-75). Oslo, Norway: Universitetsforlaget.

32) Ihlen, Ø., & Gullberg, A. T. (2015). Lobbyisme: påvirkning av politikere og byråkrater [Lobbying: influencing politicians and bureaucrats]. In Ø. Ihlen, E. Skogerbø, & S. Allern (Eds.), Makt, medier og politikk: Norsk politisk kommunikasjon [Power, media and politics: Norwegian political communication] (pp. 232-243). Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.

31) Ihlen, Ø., Skogerbø, E., & Allern, S. (2015a). Introduksjon [Introduction]. In Ø. Ihlen, E. Skogerbø, & S. Allern (Eds.), Makt, medier og politikk: Norsk politisk kommunikasjon [Power, media and politics: Norwegian political communication] (pp. 11-21). Oslo, Norway: Universitetsforlaget.

30) Ihlen, Ø., Skogerbø, E., & Allern, S. (2015b). Konklusjon [Conclusion]. In Ø. Ihlen, E. Skogerbø, & S. Allern (Eds.), Makt, medier og politikk: Norsk politisk kommunikasjon [Power, media and politics: Norwegian political communication] (pp. 298-304). Oslo, Norway: Universitetsforlaget.

29) Ihlen, Ø. (2015). Critical rhetoric and public relations. In J. L’Etang, D. McKie, N. Snow & J. Xifra (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of critical public relations (pp. 90-100). New York: Routledge.

28) Ditlev-Simonsen, C., von Weltzien Hoivik, H., & Ihlen, Ø. (2015). The historical development of corporate social responsibility in Norway. In S. O. Idowu, R. Schmidpeter, & M. S. Fifka (Eds.), Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe (pp. 177-196): Springer International Publishing.

27) Hoff-Clausen, E., & Ihlen, Ø. (2015). The rhetorical citizenship of corporations in the digital age. In A. Adi, D. Crowther, & G. Grigore (Eds.), Corporate social responsibility in the digital age (pp. 25-45). Bingley, England: Emerald. Preprint version

26)  Ihlen, Ø., & van Ruler, B. (2014). How public relations works: Theoretical roots and public relations perspectives [reprint]. In R. L. Heath & A. Gregory (Eds.), Strategic communication. London: Sage.

25)  Ihlen, Ø., & Verhoeven, P. (2014). A public relations identity for the 2010s [reprint]. In R. L. Heath & A. Gregory (Eds.), Strategic communication. London: Sage.

24) Ihlen, Ø., & Verhoeven, P. (2014). Social theories for strategic communication. In D. R. Holtzhausen & A. Zerfass (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of strategic communication (pp. 127-140). New York: Routledge. Preprint version

23) Ihlen, Ø., & Pallas, J. (2014). Mediatization of corporations. In K. Lundby (Ed.), Mediatization of communication (pp. 423-441). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. Preprint version

22) Thorbjørnsrud, K., Ihlen, Ø., & Figenschou, T. U. (2014). Mediatization in new areas: The changed role of public bureaucracies. In J. Pallas, L. Strannegård & S. Jonsson (Eds.), Organizations and the media: Organizing in a mediatized world (pp. 162-175). New York: Routledge.

21) Thorbjørnsrud, K., Figenschou, T. U., & Ihlen, Ø. (2014). Mediatization of public bureaucracies. In K. Lundby (Ed.), Mediatization of communication (pp. 405-422). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

20) Ihlen, Ø., May, S., Bartlett, J. (2014). Four aces: Bringing communication perspectives to corporate social responsibility. In R. Tench, W. Sun & B. Jones (Eds.), Communicating corporate social responsibility: Perspectives and practice (pp. 25-39). Bingley, England: Emerald. Preprint version

19) Ihlen, Ø. (2013). Kämpfe im Feld der Wirtschaft verstehen. Bourdieu und die Analyse strategischer Kommunikation [Making sense of struggles in the business field: Using Bourdieu to analyze strategic communication]. In T. Wiedemann & M. Meyen (Eds.), Pierre Bourdieu und die Kommunikationswissenschaft: Internationale Perspektiven (pp. 214-233). Köln, Germany: Herhbert von Halem Verlag. Preprint version: [German] / [English]

18) Ihlen, Ø. (2013). Relating rhetoric and reputation. In C. E. Carroll (Ed.), Handbook of communication and corporate reputation (pp. 249-261). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. Preprint version

17) Bartlett, J., May, S., & Ihlen. Ø. (2012). Organisations behaving badly: The role of communication in understanding CSI and CSR. In R. Tench, W. Sun & B. Jones (Ed.), Corporate social irresponsibility: A challenging concept (pp. 157-174). Bingley, England: Emerald. Preprint version

16) Ihlen, Ø., & Haugen, A. O. (2011). Epler og pærer: Om analogien mellom kommunikatører og advokater [Apples and Pears: On the anology between public relations professionals and lawyers]. In M. Pedersen & J. P. Madsbu (Eds.), I verdens rikeste land: Samfunnsvitenskapelige innganger til norsk samtid [In the World’s Richest Country: Social Science Perspectives on Contemporary Norway] (pp. 45-60). Vallset: Oplandske Bokforlag.

15) Ihlen, Ø. (2011). Rhetoric and corporate social responsibility. In Ø. Ihlen, J. Bartlett & S. May (Eds.), Handbook of communication and corporate social responsibility (pp. 147-166). Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell.

14) Ihlen, Ø., Bartlett, J., & May, S. (2011). Conclusions and take away points. In Ø. Ihlen, J. Bartlett & S. May (Eds.), Handbook of communication and corporate social responsibility  (pp. 550-571). Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell.

13) Ihlen, Ø., Bartlett, J., & May, S. (2011). Corporate social responsibility and communication. In Ø. Ihlen, J. Bartlett & S. May (Eds.), Handbook of communication and corporate social responsibility (pp. 3-22). Oxford, UK: Wiley Blackwell.

12) Ihlen, Ø. (2010). Corporate social responsibility und die rhetorische Situation [Corporate social responsibility and the rhetorical situation]. In J. Raupp, S. Jarolimek & F. Schultz (Eds.), Handbuch Corporate Social Responsibility: Kommunikationswissenschaftliche Grundlagen, disziplinäre Zugänge und methodische Herausforderungen [Corporate social responsibility handbook: Foundations of communication science, disciplinary approaches and methodological challenges] (pp. 150-170). Wiesebaden, Germany: VS Verlag. Preprint English version

11) Ihlen, Ø. (2010). The cursed sisters: Public relations and rhetoric. I R. L. Heath (Ed.), Handbook of public relations (2 ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Preprint version

10) Ihlen, Ø., & Brønn, P. S. (2010). Corporate reputation and the news media in Norway. In C. Carroll (Ed.), Corporate reputation and the news media: Agenda-setting within business news coverage in developed, emerging, and frontier markets (pp. 153-167). New York: Routledge. Preprint version

9) Ihlen, Ø. (2009). Klima i endring: Føringer og muligheter for oljeselskapene [Changing climate: Constraints and opportunities for oil companies]. In O. Nordhaug & H.-I. Kristiansen (Eds.), Retorikk, etikk og næringsliv (pp. 223-243). Oslo, Norway: forlag1. Preprint version

8) Ihlen, Ø. (2009). Good environmental citizens? The green rhetoric of corporate social responsibility. In R. L. Heath, E. L. Toth & D. Waymer (Eds.), Rhetorical and critical approaches to public relations II (pp. 360-274). New York: Routledge. Preprint version

7) Ihlen, Ø. (2009). On Pierre Bourdieu: Public relations in field struggles. In Ø. Ihlen, B. van Ruler & M. Fredriksson (Eds.), Public relations and social theory: Key figures and concepts (pp. 71-91). New York: Routledge. Preprint version

6) Ihlen, Ø., & van Ruler, B. (2009). Introduction: Applying social theory to public relations. In Ø. Ihlen, B. van Ruler & M. Fredriksson (Eds.), Public relations and social theory: Key figures and concepts (pp. 1-20). New York: Routledge.

5) Ihlen, Ø., & Verhoeven, P. (2009). Conclusions on the domain, context, concepts, issues and empirical avenues of public relations. In Ø. Ihlen, B. van Ruler & M. Fredriksson (Eds.), Public Relations and social theory: Key figures and concepts. New York: Routledge.

4) Ihlen, Ø., & Rakkenes, K. (2009). Public relations in Norway: Communication in a small welfare state. In K. Sriramesh & D. Vercic (Eds.), The global public relations handbook: Theory, research, and practice (Expanded and revised ed., pp. 466-487). New York: Routledge. Preprint version

3) Ihlen, Ø., & Allern, S. (2008). This is the issue: Framing contests, public relations and media coverage. In J. Strömbäck, M. Ørsten & T. Aalberg (Eds.), Communicating politics: Political communication in the Nordic Countries (pp. 233-248). Gothenburg, Sweden: Nordicom. Preprint version

2) Ihlen, Ø. (2007). Retorikk i organisasjoner [Rhetoric in organizations]. In O. Nordhaug & H.-I. Kristiansen (Eds.), Retorikk, organisasjon og ledelse [Rhetoric, organization and management] (pp. 81-92). Oslo, Norway: forlag1. Preprint version

1) Ihlen, Ø. (2001). Miljømakt og journalistikk: Retorikk og regi [Environmental power and journalism: Rhetoric and direction]. In M. Eide (Ed.), Til dagsorden! Journalistikk, makt og demokrati [To the agenda! Journalism, power and democracy] (pp. 304-328). Oslo, Norway: Gyldendal Akademisk. Preprint version

Encyclopedia Entries

12) Olsson, E.-K., & Ihlen, Ø. (in press). Strategic communication and framing. In R. L. Heath & W. Johanesen (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of strategic communication. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

11) Ihlen, Ø., & Verhoeven, P. (in press). Organization-society relationship. In C. Scott & L. Lewis (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of organizational communication. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

10) Ihlen, Ø. (2016). Framing theory. In C. Carroll (Ed.), Encylopedia of corporate reputation (pp. 330-332). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

9) Ihlen, Ø. (2016). Rhetorical theory. In C. Carroll (Ed.), Encylopedia of corporate reputation (pp. 716-718). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

8) Ihlen, Ø. (2016). Source credibility. In C. Carroll (Ed.), Encylopedia of corporate reputation (pp. 781-783). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

7) Ihlen, Ø., & Verhoeven, P. (2016). Social theory. In C. Carroll (Ed.), Encylopedia of corporate reputation (pp. 778-780). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

6) Ihlen, Ø. (2013). Corporate social responsibility. In R. L. Heath (Ed.), Encyclopedia of public relations (2 ed., pp. 206-211). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Preprint version

5) Ihlen, Ø. (2013). External organizational rhetoric. In R. L. Heath (Ed.), Encyclopedia of public relations (2 ed., pp. 331-332). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Preprint version

4) Ihlen, Ø. (2013). Social capital. In R. L. Heath (Ed.), Encyclopedia of public relations (2 ed., pp. 838-839). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Preprint version

3) Ihlen, Ø. (2013). Communicating with stakeholders. In S. O. Idowu (Ed.), Encyclopedia of corporate social responsibility (pp. 393-398). Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. Preprint version

2) Ihlen, Ø. (2010). Corporate identity. In R. L. Jackson (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Identity (pp. 140-145). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Preprint version

1) Ihlen, Ø. (2008). Rhetorical theory of public relations. In W. Donsbach (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Communication (pp. 4395-4397). Oxford, UK: Blackwell. Preprint version

Book Reviews, Review Essays and Commentaries

6) Ihlen, Ø., Skogerbø, E., & Allern, S. (2015). På jakt etter norsk politisk kommunikasjon [Hunting for Norwegian political communication]. Norsk medietidsskrift, 22(3), 1-13.

5) Ihlen, Ø. (2011). Review of Merkelsen, H. (red): Håndbog i strategisk public relations, Frederiksberg C: Samfundsliteratur; Nielsen, M.F.: Strategisk kommunikation, København: Akademisk forlag; Sepstrup, P. og Fruensgaard, P.: Kommunikations- og kampagneplanlegning.  København: Academica. Nordicom Information, 33(4), 93-96

4) Ihlen, Ø. (2010). Review of Nielsen, M. F. (2010). Strategisk kommunikation. Copenhagen, Denmark: Akademisk Forlag. Rhetorica Scandinavica, 53, 67-72. Preprint version

3) Ihlen, Ø. (2010). Love in tough times: Crisis communication and public relations. The Review of Communication, 10(2), 98-110.

2) Ihlen, Ø. (2007). Review of Johansen, W., & Frandsen, F. (2007). Krisekommunikation. Frederiksberg, Denmark: Samfundslitteratur. Norsk Medietidsskrift, 14(4), 378-380.

1)   Ihlen, Ø. (2007). Review of Berger, B. K., & Reber, B. H. (2006). Gaining influence in public relations: The role of resistance in practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 31(2), 94-96.

Conference papers

77) Ihlen, Ø. (2017, November). Relativism and conflict: Rhetorical perspectives in public relations. PR and society: The generative power of history in the present and future, Edinburgh.

76) Frame, A., & Ihlen, Ø. (2017, October). Beyond the cultural turn: A critical perspective on culture-discourse within public relations. EUPRERA Congress 2017, London.

75) Salomonsen, H. H., & Ihlen, Ø. (2017, October). Putting conflict back in political public relations. EUPRERA Congress 2017, London.

74) Buhmann, A., & Ihlen, Ø. (2017, May). The fate of Habermas’ theory in public relations: A quantitative review of three decades of public relations research. The 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, US.

73) Ihlen, Ø., & Raknes, K. (2017, May). ‘Everyone will be better off’: Rhetorical strategies in public lobbying campaigns. The 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, US.

72) Ihlen, Ø., & Skogerbø, E. (2017, March). Absorbing conflict: Political communication culture in the Nordic region. Paper presented at the Global Challenges – Nordic Experiences, Oslo, Norway.

71) Skogerbø, E., & Ihlen, Ø. (2016, December). Political communication and social resilience. Media and Politics in Times of Crises and Change, LSE, London.

70) Ihlen, Ø., Raknes, K., & Kjeldsen, J. E. (2016, September). Self-interest in new wrapping: “Appeal to community” as a topos in lobbying. The EUPRERA Congress 2016, Groningen, the Netherlands.

69) Ihlen, Ø. (2016, June). Comfortably numb: Public relations perspectives on lobbying. The 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.

68) Ihlen, Ø., & Raknes, K. (2016, June). Framing “the common good”: Professional lobbying in the media spotlight. Preconference to the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.

67) Ihlen, Ø.; Lie, E. (2015, October). “Competitive necessity” or “greed”: A rhetorical analysis of arguments regarding management compensation. The Annual Congress of European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA), Oslo, Norway.

66) Ihlen, Ø. (2015, August). Social capital and society: Bourdieu as roots and enriching soil. Public relations: Critical perspectives, edgework and creative futures, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

65) Ihlen, Ø. (2015, August). A critical rhetoric for public relations. Public relations: Critical perspectives, edgework and creative futures, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland.

64) Ihlen, Ø., & Lie, E. (2015, June). ‘Because I am Worth It’: A rhetorical analysis of the debate regarding CEO compensation. The Barcelona PR Meeting #5, Barcelona, Spain.

63) Rasmussen, J., & Ihlen, Ø. (2015, May). Risk, crisis and social media: A meta-study of six years’ research. The 65th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Puerto Rico, USA.

62) Ihlen, Ø., & Levenshus, A. (2015, May). Extolling and extending dialogue: Proposing new directions for research on corporations’ use of social media. The 65th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Puerto Rico, USA.

61) Ihlen, Ø. (2014, October). Critical rhetoric and public relations. The Nordic Conference on Research in Rhetoric (NKRF), Lund, Sweden.

60) Ihlen, Ø. (2014, September). Corporate wrestling with sustainability: Rhetoric in non-financial reports. The Annual Congress of European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA), Brussels, Belgium.

59) Ihlen, Ø., & Levenshus, A. (2014, June). Digital dialogue: Crisis communication in social media. The Corporate Communication International Conference on Corporate Communication 2014, Hong Kong.

58) Larsson, A. O., & Ihlen, Ø. (2014, May). Birds of a feather flock together? Party leaders on Twitter during the 2013 Norwegian Elections. The 64th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, USA.

57) Thorbjørnsrud, K., Ihlen, Ø., & Figenschou, T. U. (2014, May). Operationalizing mediatization: The case of public bureaucracies. The 64th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, USA.

56) Ihlen, Ø., Figenschou, T. U., & Larsen, A. G. (2014, May). Behind the framing scenes: Qualitative approaches to analyze the NGO vs. government framing strategies on irregular immigration. Pre-conference to 64th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, USA.

55) Ihlen, Ø., & Thorbjørnsrud, K. (2013, August). Making news and influencing decisions: The case of forced return of immigrants. NordMedia 2013, Oslo, Norway.

54) Thorbjørnsrud, K., Ihlen, Ø., & Figenschou, T. U. (2013, August). Operationalizing mediatization: The case of public bureaucracies. NordMedia 2013, Oslo, Norway.

53) Ihlen, Ø. (2013, June). Rhetorical dialogue: Applicable for public relations? Preconference to 63th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Edinburgh, Scotland.

52) Hoff-Clausen, E., & Ihlen, Ø. (2013, June). The rhetorical citizenship of corporations in a digital age. Preconference to 63th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, London, England.

51) Ihlen, Ø. (2013, January). The rhetoric of corporate citizenship in social media. Rhetoric in society 4, Copenhagen, Denmark.

50) Ihlen, Ø. (2012, November). Duties and dialogue: Corporate social responsibility rhetoric meets social media. The 98th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Orlando, FL, USA.

49) Ihlen, Ø. (2012, November). Relating rhetoric and reputation. The 98th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Orlando, FL, USA.

48) Berglund, K.-E., & Ihlen, Ø. (2012, October). Corporate water rhetoric: The coffee response. The 4th European Communication Conference, ECREA, Istanbul, Turkey.

47) Ihlen, Ø, & Thorbjørnsrud, K. (2012, October). Enchanted bureaucracies: Good media stories vs. technical accounts – a peek backstage. The 4th European Communication Conference, ECREA, Istanbul, Turkey.

46) Ihlen, Ø., & Thorbjørnsrud, K. (2012, May). Tears vs. rules and regulations: Media strategies and framing of immigration issues. The 62th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Phoenix, AZ, USA.

45) Ihlen, Ø. (2012, May). The rhetoric of and in corporate social media: Analyzing strategic CSR communication of Norwegian companies. The 62th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Phoenix, AZ, USA.

44) Ihlen, Ø. (2012, June). Barnyard scrambles II: Towards a rhetoric of public relations. The 62th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Phonenix, AZ, USA.

43) Ihlen, Ø., May, S., & Bartlett, J. (2011, October). Four aces: Bringing communication perspectives to corporate social responsibility. The CSR Communication Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

42) Ihlen, Ø., & Verhoeven, P. (2011, June). A public relations identity for the 2010s. Barcelona Meeting COM #1, Spain.

41) Dan, V., & Ihlen, Ø. (2011, May). Towards the empirical assessment of complex frames: A method for combining analysis of verbal and visual elements. The 61th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Boston, MA, USA.

40) Ihlen, Ø. (2011, May). The added value of bringing communication studies to the meso and macro levels of CSR. The 61th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Boston, MA, USA.

39) Ihlen, Ø. (2010, November). “Sustainability” as shield or standard: Corporate environmental rhetoric in action, “Communicating Green,” Brussels, Belgium.

38) Dan, V., & Ihlen, Ø. (2010, October). Integrative textual and visual framing analysis. The 3rd European Communication Conference (ECREA), Hamburg, Germany.

37) Dan, V., & Ihlen, Ø. (2010, September). Framing expertise and media framing: A cross-cultural analysis of success in framing contests. The Annual Congress of European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA), Jyvaskyla, Finland.

36) Ihlen, Ø. (2010, June). Wolves shopping for sheepskin clothes: The ethics of corporate social responsibility rhetoric [keynote speech]. The Eleventh National Communication Ethics Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

35) Ihlen, Ø. (2010, June). On barnyard scrambles: Towards a rhetoric of public relations. The 60th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Singapore.

34) Ihlen, Ø. (2010, June). Pathos and PR. The 60th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Singapore.

33) Ihlen, Ø., & Roper, J. (2009, November). The fuzzy corporate conception of sustainability and sustainable development: Discourse practices of the World’s largest corporations. The 95th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Chicago, IL, USA.

32) Ihlen, Ø., & Gelders, D. (2009, September). Public propaganda about potential policies? The Annual Congress of European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA), Bucharest, Romania.

31) Ihlen, Ø., & Karlsen, K. (2009, September). Business in the news: Implications for public relations. The Annual Congress of European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA), Bucharest, Romania.

30) Ihlen, Ø. (2009, June). Mapping the environment of corporate social responsibility: Stakeholders, publics, and the public sphere. The Conference on Corporate Communication 2009, Wroxton, UK.

29) Ihlen, Ø. (2009, May). CSR rhetoric [Pre-conference session]. The 59th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Chicago, IL, USA.

28) Ihlen, Ø. (2008, November). Caring companies? The CSR understandings of the World’s 30 largest corporations. The 94th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), San Diego, CA, USA.

27) Ihlen, Ø. (2008, November). Forming an international environmental communication organization: An unconventional move? The 94th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), San Diego, CA, USA.

26) Ihlen, Ø. (2008, November). Paradoxes in public relations: Survival strategies. The 94th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), San Diego, CA, USA.

25) Ihlen, Ø. (2008, July). Rhetoric to the rescue: Serving the public interest with critical-rhetorical approaches to public relations. Radical PR: Alternative visions and future directions, Stirling, Scotland.

24) Ihlen, Ø. (2008, May). Talking green: The rhetoric of “good corporate environmental citizens”. The 58th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Montreal, Canada.

23) Ihlen, Ø. & Capriotti, P. (2007, May–June). Media coverage of CSR in North and South Europe: The examples of Spain and Norway. The 11th International Conference on Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness, Oslo, Norway.

22) Ihlen, Ø., & Brønn, P. S. (2007, May–June). Corporate reputation and the news media in Norway. The 11th International Conference on Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness, Oslo, Norway.

21) Ihlen, Ø. (2007, May). Media coverage of corporate social responsibility in Norway. The 57th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Francisco, CA, USA.

20) Ihlen, Ø., & Berntzen, Ø. (2007, May). When lobbying backfires: Balancing lobby efforts with insights from stakeholder theory. The 57th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Francisco, CA, USA.

19) Ihlen, Ø. (2006, November). Building on Bourdieu: A sociological grasp of public relations. The 92th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), San Antonio, TX, USA.

18) Ihlen, Ø. (2006, June). Rhetorical expression and ethical grounding of corporate citizenship and social responsibility: The case of Norway. The 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Dresden, Germany.

17) Ihlen, Ø. (2006, June). On Pierre Bourdieu [pre-conference session, co arranger]. The 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Dresden, Germany.

16) Ihlen, Ø., & Nitz, M. (2006, June). Oil and gas as natural riches or environmental problems: Framing contests in public relations. The 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Dresden, Germany.

15) Nitz, M., Ihlen, Ø., Egge, J., & Sobolik, S. (2006, June). Transatlantic perspectives on the U.S. 2004 Election: The case of Norway. The 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Dresden, Germany.

14) Ihlen, Ø. (2006, May). Bærekraftighet: Oljebransjens retoriske utfordring [Sustainability: The oil industry’s rhetorical challenge]. The 3d Nordic Rhetoric Conference, Oslo, Norway.

13) Ihlen, Ø. (2005, November). Coping with paradox: Oil companies meeting the challenge of climate change. The 91th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Boston, MA, USA.

12) Ihlen, Ø. (2005, November). Rhetoric and the reflective paradigm: A European approach to public relations [panel arranger]. The 91th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Boston, MA, USA.

11) Ingenhoff, D., & Ihlen, Ø. (2005, November). Improving the map for corporate citizenship and issues management: Public sphere theory to the rescue. The 7th Annual Congress of European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA), Lisbon, Portugal.

10) Ihlen, Ø., & Allern, S. (2005, July). This is the issue: Framing contests, public relations and media coverage. The 2005 International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference (IAMCR), Taipei, Taiwan.

9) Ihlen, Ø. (2005, May). Terror and protest: Visual public relations strategies in political conflicts. The 55th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), New York, USA.

8) Ihlen, Ø. (2004, November). Substitution or pollution? A dispute over environmental rhetoric ownership. The 90th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Chicago, IL, USA.

7) Ihlen, Ø. (2004, September). Mapping the environment for corporate social responsibility: Stakeholders, publics, and the public sphere. The 6th Congress of European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA), Leipzig, Germany.

6) Ihlen, Ø. (2004, May). Warts and all: Serving the public interest with social and critical approaches to public relations. The 54th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), New Orleans, LA, USA.

5) Ihlen, Ø. (2003, November). Social capital: A critical alternative to relationship management. The 89th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Miami, FL, USA.

4) Ihlen, Ø. (2003, August). Pursuing energy and environmental interests with the help of public relations. The 16th Nordic Conference for Media and Communication Research, Kristiansand, Norway.

3) Ihlen, Ø. (2002, November). Rhetoric and resources: Notes for a new approach to public relations. The 88th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), New Orleans, LA, USA.

2) Ihlen, Ø. (2002, July). Analytical tools for fields of struggle: Notes for a sociological and rhetorical approach to public relations. The 9th International Public Relations Research Symposium, Lake Bled, Slovenia.

1) Ihlen, Ø. (2000, March). A-Class rhetoric: An analysis of changing crisis response. The Public Relations Society of America Educators Academy, Third Annual International, Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Miami, FL, USA.

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