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Gregory A. Cranmer
Gregory A. Cranmer
Associate Professor of Sport Communication, Clemson University
Verified email at clemson.edu
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Sports teams as organizations: A leader–member exchange perspective of player communication with coaches and teammates
GA Cranmer, SA Myers
Communication & Sport 3 (1), 100-118, 2015
1072015
Male athletes, female aesthetics: The continued ambivalence toward female athletes in ESPN’s The Body Issue
GA Cranmer, M Brann, ND Bowman
International Journal of Sport Communication 7 (2), 145-165, 2014
1022014
What do college students want? A prioritization of instructional behaviors and characteristics
ZW Goldman, GA Cranmer, M Sollitto, S Labelle, AL Lancaster
Communication Education 66 (3), 280-298, 2017
1002017
Sport support: Received social support as a predictor of athlete satisfaction
GA Cranmer, M Sollitto
Communication Research Reports 32 (3), 253-264, 2015
792015
The mediated relationship between received support and job satisfaction: An initial application of socialization resources theory
GA Cranmer, ZW Goldman, M Booth-Butterfield
Western Journal of Communication 81 (1), 64-86, 2017
542017
“It makes me feel like I am an important part of this team”: An exploratory study of coach confirmation
GA Cranmer, M Brann
International Journal of Sport Communication 8 (2), 193-211, 2015
492015
Understanding esports: An introduction to the global phenomenon
KL Adams, AC Billings, N Bowman, J Coble, GA Cranmer, G Devia-Allen, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 2019
472019
I’ll do it myself: Self-leadership, proactivity, and socialization
GA Cranmer, ZW Goldman, JD Houghton
Leadership & Organization Development Journal 40 (6), 684-698, 2019
452019
Power play: Coach power use and athletes' communicative evaluations and responses
GA Cranmer, AK Goodboy
Western Journal of Communication 79 (5), 614-633, 2015
442015
Exploring Division-I student-athletes’ memorable messages from their anticipatory socialization
GA Cranmer, SA Myers
Communication Quarterly 65 (2), 125-143, 2017
412017
SocialMediaSport: The fan as a (mediated) participant in spectator sports
ND Bowman, GA Cranmer
Routledge handbook of sport and new media, 213-224, 2014
382014
A continuation of sport teams from an organizational perspective: Predictors of athlete–coach leader–member exchange
GA Cranmer
Communication & Sport 4 (1), 43-61, 2016
372016
“Challenge Me!” Using Confirmation Theory to Understand Coach Confirmation as an Effective Coaching Behavior
GA Cranmer, M Brann, KD Weber
Communication & Sport 6 (2), 239-259, 2018
352018
An application of socialization resources theory: Collegiate student-athletes’ team socialization as a function of their social exchanges with coaches and teammates
GA Cranmer
Communication & Sport 6 (3), 349-367, 2018
332018
Race as an antecedent condition in the framing of Heisman finalists
GA Cranmer, ND Bowman, RM Chory, KD Weber
Howard Journal of Communications 25 (2), 171-191, 2014
332014
High school athletes’ relationships with head coaches and teammates as predictors of their expressions of upward and lateral dissent
GA Cranmer, MM Buckner
Communication Studies 68 (1), 37-55, 2017
312017
Transcontextual effects of racialized sports media framing: Students’ off the field perceptions of student-athletes
E Ash, GA Cranmer
Communication & Sport 8 (3), 389-408, 2020
302020
“White-Side, Strong-Side”: A Critical Examination of Race and Leadership in Remember the Titans
GA Cranmer, TM Harris
Howard Journal of Communications 26 (2), 153-171, 2015
302015
Using the disclosure decision-making model to understand high school football players’ disclosures of concussion symptoms
GA Cranmer, S LaBelle
International Journal of Sport Communication 11 (2), 241-260, 2018
292018
Differences in information seeking among organizational peers: Perceptions of appropriateness, importance, and frequency
SA Myers, GA Cranmer, ZW Goldman, M Sollitto, HG Gillen, H Ball
International Journal of Business Communication 55 (1), 30-43, 2018
252018
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