Department of Communication
Ph.D., University of Maryland, 2018
Tyler G. Page, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication. He has a background in public relations and marketing in the technology sector, including work as the first marketing/public relations person at survey-giant Qualtrics, and the Vice President of Marketing and Operations at Peer60, Inc (now Reaction Data).
Tyler’s research examines the effects of crisis communication, both from a reputation perspective and from a safety perspective. He has won top conference paper awards in the Public Relations Divisions of AEJMC and NCA. His dissertation research developed a new model for examining the relationship between crisis response messages and post-crisis reputation.
- COMM 4820 Public Relations
- COMM 3400 Mass Media and the Political Process
Page, T. G. (2020). I didn’t do it. Comparing denial posture crisis strategies in government and business. Corporate Reputation Review, 23(1), 24-41. https://doi:10.1057/s41299-019-00071-3
Page, T. G. (2019). Beyond attribution: Building new measures to explain the reputation threat posed by crisis. Public Relations Review, 45(1), 138-152. https://doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2018.10.002
Page, T. G., & Adams, E. (2014). Public relations tactics and methods in early 1800s America: An examination of an American anti-slavery movement. Public Relations Review, 40(4), 684-691. https://doi: 10.1016/j.pubrev.2014.02.016
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