Crisis Communication

Crisis Communication

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Crises happen, and when they do organizations must be prepared to communicate effectively with their internal and external stakeholders, and with the public. Today, crisis communication has evolved from a public relations paradigm of reactive image control to an examination of both internal and external communication, which requires proactive as well as reactive planning..This innovative text adds theoretical coverage and practical application to the more traditional study of crisis communication through case analysis..It prepares students by:.--providing a theoretical framework for understanding crisis communication.--examining the recommendations of academics and practitioners.--reviewing cases that required effective communication during crises.--describing the steps and stages for communication planning..Crisis Communication is designed for upper undergraduate students and does not require familiarity with relevant theory. Each chapter includes Chapter Objectives, Case Study, Practitioner Perspective, and Exercises, and an online Instructor's Manual is available to adopters.Falguni Sen and William G. Egelhoff, a€œSix Years and Counting: Learning from Crisis Management at Bhopal, a€ Public Relations Review 17, no. 1 (Spring 1991): 81. 25. W. Benoit, a€œSearsa#39; Repair of Its Auto Service Image: Image Restorationanbsp;...

Title:Crisis Communication
Author: Alan Jay Zaremba
Publisher:Routledge - 2014-12-18

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