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Gregory Saxton
Gregory Saxton
Associate Professor of Accounting, Schulich School of Business, York University
E-mail megerősítve itt: yorku.ca - Kezdőlap
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Information, community, and action: How nonprofit organizations use social media
K Lovejoy, GD Saxton
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 17 (3), 337-353, 2012
13932012
Engaging stakeholders through Twitter: How nonprofit organizations are getting more out of 140 characters or less
K Lovejoy, RD Waters, GD Saxton
Public Relations Review 38, 313-318, 2012
9562012
Tweeting social change: How social media are changing nonprofit advocacy
C Guo, G Saxton
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 43 (1), 57-79, 2014
7122014
Modeling the adoption and use of social media by nonprofit organizations
S Nah, GD Saxton
New Media & Society 15 (2), 294-313, 2013
5432013
Rules of crowdsourcing: Models, issues, and systems of control
GD Saxton, O Oh, R Kishore
Information Systems Management 30, 2-20, 2013
4982013
The social network effect: The determinants of giving through social media
G Saxton, L Wang
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 43, 850-868, 2014
4672014
The strategic use of information technology by nonprofit organizations: Increasing capacity and untapped potential
D Hackler, GD Saxton
Public Administration Review 67 (3), 474-487, 2007
4482007
Accountability online: Understanding the web-based accountability practices of nonprofit organizations
GD Saxton, C Guo
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 40 (2), 270-295, 2011
4242011
What do stakeholders like on Facebook? Examining public reactions to nonprofit organizations’ informational, promotional, and community-building messages
GD Saxton, RD Waters
Journal of Public Relations Research 26 (3), 280-299, 2014
4182014
Social Capital and the Growth of the Nonprofit Sector*
GD Saxton, MA Benson
Social Science Quarterly 86 (1), 16-35, 2005
2632005
Speaking and being heard: How nonprofit advocacy organizations gain attention on social media
C Guo, GD Saxton
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 47, 5-26, 2018
1752018
Web disclosure and the market for charitable contributions
GD Saxton, DG Neely, C Guo
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 33 (2), 127-144, 2014
1712014
New dimensions of nonprofit responsiveness: The application and promise of Internet-based technologies
GD Saxton, SC Guo, WA Brown
Public Performance & Management Review 31 (2), 144-173, 2007
1572007
The determinants of voluntary financial disclosure by nonprofit organizations
G Saxton, JS Kuo, YC Ho
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 41, 1051-1071, 2012
1542012
# AdvocatingForChange: The strategic use of hashtags in social media advocacy
GD Saxton, J Niyirora, C Guo, R Waters
Advances in Social Work 16 (1), 154-169, 2015
1512015
Voice-in, voice-out: Constituent participation and nonprofit advocacy
C Guo, G Saxton
Nonprofit Policy Forum 1 (1), Article 5, 2010
1422010
Twittering change: The institutional work of domain change in accounting expertise
R Suddaby, GD Saxton, S Gunz
Accounting, Organizations and Society 45, 52-68, 2015
1372015
Do CSR messages resonate? Examining public reactions to firms’ CSR efforts on social media
GD Saxton, L Gomez, Z Ngoh, YP Lin, S Dietrich
Journal of Business Ethics 155, 359–377, 2019
1232019
Publicity vs. impact in nonprofit disclosures and donor preferences: A sequential game with one nonprofit organization and N donors
J Zhuang, GD Saxton, H Wu
Annals of Operations Research 221, 469–491, 2014
872014
Repression, grievances, mobilization, and rebellion: A new test of Gurr’s model of ethnopolitical rebellion
GD Saxton
International Interactions 31 (1), 87-116, 2005
862005
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