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Presentations of the conference

pdf The future of crisis communication from an international perspective
       W. Timothy Coombs (Eastern Illinois University, USA)

pdf The media construction of corporate crises. The case of the global financial (subprime) crisis
       Marc Eisenegger and Mario Schranz (University of Zurich, Switzerland)

pdf The unknown communicators: Communication strategies of terror organizations
       Andreas Elter (RTL Television, Cologne / Macromedia University of Applied Sciences)

pdf Information diffusion and media use after 9/11 and highschool massacres in Germany
       Martin Emmer, Christoph Kuhlmann and Jens Wolling (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)

pdf Towards a Theory of Crisis Journalism: Crisis communication and the use of crisis news profiles
       Finn Frandsen and Winni Johansen (University of Aarhus, Denmark)

pdf Traumatic impact of arresting (capturing attention) visuals on perceptions and reception of the audience in time of crisis
       Tomasz Goban-Klas (Jagiellonian University Krakow, Poland)

pdf Barriers of war journalism: Journalists between censorship and need for information
       Philipp Hammond ( London South Bank University, UK)

pdf The influence of journalistic construction of disaster on crisis-adaptive public information
       Suzanne Horsley (University of Alabama, USA)

pdf Communication on terrorism, war, disaster, and organizational crisis – Searching for an integrative approach to crisis
       communication research
       Martin Löffelholz and Andreas Schwarz (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)

pdf Selling Fear in Post-9/11 America: Government’s Big Helpers in the Mass Media
       Brigitte L. Nacos (Columbia University, USA)

pdf On the medial construction of crises: Negotiating responsibility on the micro-, meso- and macro level
       Juliana Raupp and Friederike Schultz (Free University Berlin, Germany)

pdf Attribution of causes and responsibility: How stakeholders perceive organizational crises
       Andreas Schwarz (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)

pdf Informational needs and information seeking after crises events: the case of natural disasters
       Matthew Seeger (Wayne State Universtiy, USA)

pdf Communication in the context of natural disasters: a chaos theoretical approach
       Timothy Sellnow (University of Kentucky, USA)

pdf An integrative model of crisis communication management and strategies: Theoretical and practical implications on
       reputation

       Ansgar Thießen and Diana Ingenhoff (Université de Fribourg, Switzerland)

pdf Theoretical approaches to organizational crisis
       Robert R. Ulmer (Universtity of Arkansas, USA)

 

 

 

 

 
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