Peer Reviwed Journal Articles
Gribas, J. (2008). Doing teams while being the body: Managing spiritual/secular dialectical tensions of defining the church collective through transcendent metaphor. The Journal of Communication and Religion, 31, 206-244.
Gribas, J., Vik, P., & Christensen, J. (2004). The impact of supervisor influence strategy and relational context on readiness to change for the alcohol abusing employee. Employee Assistance Quarterly, 19(2), 1-17.
Gribas, J., & Downs, C. W. (2002). Metaphoric manifestations of talking “team” with team novices. Communication Studies, 53, 112-128.
Gribas, J. (1999). Organizational sports metaphors: Reconsidering gender bias in the team concept. Communication Research Reports, 16, 55-64.
Gribas, J., Giordano, J., & Sims, J. (1998). Communication
consultants as organizational sensemakers: Applying the team metaphor. Pennsylvania Speech Communication Annual, 54, 39-56.
Gribas, J., & Driskill, G. (1995). Choosing team building strategies: Implications of characteristic team dimensions. Ohio Speech Journal, 33, 46-63.
Books / Chapters
Gribas, J., & Sims, J. (2006). Metaphoric illumination and symbolic ambiguity: Applying the team metaphor for perceptual reorientation. In L. R. Frey (Ed.), Facilitating group communication in context: Innovations and applications with natural groups: Vol. 2. Facilitating group task and team communication (pp. 177-201). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Downs, C. W., & Gribas, J. (1994). Team-review questionnaire profile. In R. B. Rubin, P. Palmgreen, & H. E. Sypher (Eds.), Communication research measures: A sourcebook (pp. 363-366). New York: Guilford Press.
Downs, C. W., Adrian, A., Potvin, T., Varona, F., Gribas, J., & Ticehurst, W. (1995). A cross-cultural comparison of relationships between organizational commitment and organizational communication (abstract). Proceedings of the Intercultural and International Communication Association, USA.