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Jos Bartels is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Cognition at Tilburg University. He received his BSc in Marketing from the Fontys University of Applied Sciences Venlo and his MSc and PhD in Communication Science from the University of Twente, Enschede (UT). He started his career as a Lecturer and Assistant Professor in Marketing and Organizational Communication at the UT. During that period, Jos finished his PhD thesis on the relationship between communication climate and employees’ organizational identification at different organizational levels. He also worked as a Senior Researcher in Consumer Behaviour at LEI, Wageningen UR. In his previous job, Jos was an Assistant Professor in Communication Science at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. His research activities focus on quantitative studies on 1) organizational communication, social media usage and organizational identification, 2) corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability.

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Recent publications

  1. Explaining online ambassadorship behaviors on Facebook and LinkedIn -

    van Zoonen, W., Bartels, J., van Prooijen, A-M., & Schouten, A. P. (2018). Explaining online ambassadorship behaviors on Facebook and LinkedIn. Computers in Human Behavior, 87, 354-362.
  2. Does Facebook Use Predict College Students’ Social Capital? A Replica…

    Vanden Abeele, M. M. P., Antheunis, M. L., Pollmann, M. M. H., Schouten, A. P., Liebrecht, C. C., Van Der Wijst, P. J., ... Maes, F. A. (2018). Does Facebook Use Predict College Students’ Social Capital? A Replication of Ellison, Steinfield, and Lampe’s (2007) Study Using the Original and More Recent Measures of Facebook Use and Social Capital. Communication Studies, 69(3), 272-282.
  3. Can I just shout or should I really listen? The role of organizationa…

    Bartels, J., van Zoonen, W., Van Prooijen, A-M., & Schouten, A. (2018). Can I just shout or should I really listen? The role of organizational Facebook communication in employees' electronic word of mouth.. Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap 2018, Ghent, Belgium.
  4. Exposing one’s identity - Social judgments of traits can influence em…

    Van Prooijen, A-M., & Bartels, J. (2018). Exposing one’s identity: Social judgments of traits can influence employees' Facebook boundary management. Computers in Human Behavior, 78, 215-222.
  5. Organic consumption behavior - A social identification perspective

    Du, S., Bartels, J., Reinders, M., & Sen, S. (2017). Organic consumption behavior: A social identification perspective. Food Quality and Preference, 62, 190-198.

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