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Faculty: Stacey Wieland

Stacey WielandStacey Wieland, associate professor, communication arts and sciences

smw2@calvin.edu
616-526-7536
DeVos Communication Center DC 267

Educational background

  • BA - Calvin College, Department of Communications Arts and Sciences, 2000
  • MA - University of Southern California, Annenberg School of Communication, 2001
  • PhD - University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of Communication, 2007

Research/Academic interests

organizational communication, qualitative methods, meanings of work, culture, and identity

Selected recent publications

Kirby, E. L., Wieland, S. M. & McBride, M. C. (2013). Work/life conflict. In J. Oetzel & S. Ting-Toomey (Eds.), Handbook of communication and conflict (2nd ed., pp. 377-402). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

Lair, D. J. & Wieland, S. M. B. (2012). Vocational socialization in the university: Narratives of major selection. Management Communication Quarterly, 26(3), 423-452.

Wieland, S. M. B. (2011). Struggling to manage work as a part of everyday life: Complicating control, rethinking resistance and contextualizing work/life studies. Communication Monographs, 78(2)162-184.

Wieland, S. M. B. (2010).  Ideal selves as resources for the situated practice of identity. Management Communication Quarterly. 24(4), 503-528. 

Wieland, S. M. B., Bauer, J. C. & Deetz, S. (2009).  Excessive careerism and destructive life stresses: The role of entrepreneurialism in colonizing work identities. In P. Lutgen-Sandvik, & B. Sypher, (Eds.). The destructive side of organizational communication: Processes, consequences and constructive ways of organizing (pp. 99-120). London and New York: Routledge. 

Wieland, S. M. (2006). Discourses of careerism, separatism, and individualism: A work/life communication response to the opt-out revolution. Electronic Journal of Communication / La Revue Electronique de Communication, 16 (3 & 4).

Taylor, B. C., Irvin, L. R. & Wieland, S. M. (2006). Checking the map: Critiquing Joanne Martin’s meta-theory of organizational culture and its uses in organizational communication research. Communication Theory, 16, 304-332

Additional information

Awarded Management Communication Quarterly’s 2010 Article of the Year for her article “Ideal Selves as Resources for the Situated Practice of Identity" 

Awarded the 2008 W. Charles Redding Dissertation Award from the International Communication Association  

Named the Thomas L. Veenendall Advisor of the Year in 2010 by the National Communication Associate for advising the Alpha Rho chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the communication honor's society

Taught at Villanova University and Western Michigan University prior to coming to Calvin

Curriculum Vitae

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