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Culture and Crisis Communication


Culture and Crisis Communication

Transboundary Cases from Nonwestern Perspectives
IEEE PCS Professional Engineering Communication Series 1. Aufl.

von: Amiso M. George, Kwamena Kwansah-Aidoo

43,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-IEEE Press
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 17.08.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9781119081883
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 408

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A collection of case studies from nonwestern countries that offers an analysis of the significant role culture plays in crisis communication Culture and Crisis Communication presents an examination of how politics, culture, religion, and other social issues affect crisis communication and management in nonwestern countries. From intense human tragedy to the follies of the rich, the chapters examine how companies, organizations, news outlets, health organizations, technical experts, politicians, and local communities communicate in crisis situations. Taking a wider view than a single country’s perspective, the text contains a cross-cultural and cross-country approach. In addition, the case studies offer valuable lessons that organizations that wish to operate or are operating in those cultures can adopt in preparing and managing crises.  The book highlights recent crisis events such as Syria’s civil war, missing Malaysia Flight MH370, andJapan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster. Each of the case studies examines how culture impacts communication and responses to crises. Authoritative, insightful, and instructive, this important resource: Analyzes how nonwestern cultures respond to crises Covers the role of culture in crisis communication in recent news events Includes contributions from 18 international authors who provide insight on nonwestern culture and crisis communication Written for communication professionals, academics, and students, Culture and Crisis Communication presents an insightful introduction to the topic of culture and crisis communication and then delves into illustrative case studies that explore intra-cultural and trans-boundary crisis communication. 
AMISO M. GEORGE, PhD, APR, Fellow PRSA, is an Associate Professor and the former Head of the Strategic Communication Department at the Bob Schieffer College of Communication at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, USA. KWAMENA KWANSAH-AIDOO, PhD, MPRIA, is an Associate Professor of Public Relations/Marketing, and former Associate Dean, International, and Head of Academic Group (School) Communication, Marketing and Tourism at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.
A collection of case studies from nonwestern countries that offers an analysis of the significant role culture plays in crisis communication Culture and Crisis Communication presents an examination of how politics, culture, religion, and other social issues affect crisis communication and management in nonwestern countries. From intense human tragedy to the follies of the rich, the chapters examine how companies, organizations, news outlets, health organizations, technical experts, politicians, and local communities communicate in crisis situations. Taking a wider view than a single country's perspective, the text contains a cross-cultural and cross-country approach. In addition, the case studies offer valuable lessons that organizations that wish to operate or are operating in those cultures can adopt in preparing and managing crises. The book highlights recent crisis events such as Syria's civil war, missing Malaysia Airline Flight MH370, and Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster. Each of the case studies examines how culture impacts communication and responses to crises. Authoritative, insightful, and instructive, this important resource: Analyzes how nonwestern cultures respond to crises Covers the role of culture in crisis communication in recent news events Includes contributions from 18 international authors who provide insight on nonwestern cultures and crisis communication Written for communication professionals, academics, and students, Culture and Crisis Communication presents an insightful introduction to the topic of culture and crisis communication and then delves into illustrative case studies that explore intracultural and transboundary crisis communication.

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