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2018 Post-Conference Materials


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Mark Benthien – Great ShakeOut Earthwuake Drills: A Collective Impact Approach for Whole Community Preparedness

Kjell Bratas – Cultural Challenges when Memorializing Tragedies

Jeff Conlin – Corporate “Street Cred” in Crises: Does Who You Are or What You Say Matter?

Rebecca Crapo – Preparing for the Apocalypse: Promoting Civic Engagement to Increase Preparedness for Nuclear Disasters

Ashleigh Day – Informational Sources and Media Uses: Examining Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Flint’s Water Crisis

Audra Diers-Lawson – Donkey Kong vs Grand Theft Auto: Bringing and Open World Gaming Approach to Developing Risk and Crisis Simulations 

Audra Diers-Lawson – Evaluating the State of Crisis Communication Research: A data-driven review of Crisis Communication Research from 1953-2016

Ermose Ebhuoma – Why Trivializing People’s Culture Can be Catastrophic for Communicating Weather Risk: Lessons from the Delta State in Nigeria

Anthony Eseke – Effects if Crisis New on Intercultural Tolerance

Sumin Fang – Why do You Not Trust Your Doctors: A Qualitative Study on the Cultural Perspectives in the Trust Crisis Between Chinese Patients and Doctors

Denise Ferguson – Targeting Internal Publics During the 2014 Ebola Outbreak: An Analysis of Kaiser Permanente’s Crisis Communication Strategy Applying Weick’s Sens-Making Model and the Human Resources Approach

Amiso George – Culture Centered Corporate Apologia: A Review of Strategies Across Three Countries, Nigeria, India and USA 

Marina Ghersetti – Do We Really Need to Know Everything? Crisis Communication Ethics Among Swedish Journalists and Citizens

Eric Griffin – Bridging the Culture Gap between Higher Education, Emergency Management, and the Community: Forging Partnerships through Hurricane Zephyr

Emily Hamlin  – The Power of Language: Examining Arrival Through a Narrative Analysis

Suzanne Horsley – Analysis of the 2002 D.C. Sniper Case: Toward a Response Typology for Threats to Public Safety

Suzanne Horsley – The Ethics of an Oil Spill:  An Analysis of JIC Statements After the Deepwater Horizon Explosion

Joel Iverson – Reviled Revival: Navigating the Tensions of Organizational Renewal in Hate Groups and other forms of Organizational Evil

Jin Xianlin – Communication Emerging from the Crisis Resolution Stage:  Topic Modeling of Tweets about Hurricane Maria

Bengt Johansson – A Citizen Perspective On Crisis Communication – A Normative Approach

Jenna Jones – SeaWorld’s Sneaky Stunts: Investigating the Hidden Narrative in Blackfish

Wouter Jong – Defining Complexity In Public Meaning Making

Larry King – Social Media Use During Natural Disasters:  An Analysis of Social Media Usage During Hurricanes Harvey and Irma

Martha Kuhnhenn – Bought Science vs. Fearmongering? The German Debate on Glyphosate in the Context of itʼs Reapproval in the European Union

Daniel Laufer – Incorporating digital simulations in Crisis Management courses around the world: Insights from over a decade of teaching

Brooke Liu – Telling the tale: The role of narrative persuasion in helping people respond to crises

Andrea Madrazo – The Hunt for Answers Remains

Amisha Mehta – Towards Message Effectiveness: The Role Of Efficacy-Based Content And Images In Bushfire And Flood Emergency Warnings

Amisha Mehta – Perspectives From The Trenches: How Australian Risk Communicators See Themselves, Who They Trust, And What They Need From Research

Kwansik Mun – A Close Look At The Of Regulatory Fit In Consumers’ Responses To Unethical Firms

Cayce Myers – The Value of Public Apologies in Crisis: Winning in a Court of Law or the Court of Public Opinion?

Cynthia Nnagboro – Pop Culture Portraying Pandemonium: Investigating Rule-Breaking Behavior In Contagion

Luz Maria Ortega – Differences in Risk Perception: A Typology for Risk Communication

Laura Pechta – The Effect of Organizational Communication Cultures on Interorganizational Collaboration in Crisis Response

Jeanne Persuit – Bridging the Culture Gap between Brand Perception and Crisis Preparedness: Reputation, Authenticity, and Crisis and Risk Communication

Mike Porter – Shield Bearer or Seasoned General

Kevin Quigley – Attitudes and Perceptions about Risk Resilience and Security in Water Utilities

Gabriella Sandstig – Should I stay or should I go? An analysis of risk communication and fire safety

Henry Seeger – Water as a crisis communication frame:  Droughts, Floods, and Contamination

Elizabeth Spradley – Volunteerism in Hurricane Harvey: A narrative analysis of social media messages to coordinate, inspire, and activate faith-based volunteer responders

Tyler Spradley – FEMA level urban search and rescue response to Hurricane Harvey

Margaret Stewart – Implementing STREMII: A practical guide for crisis communication on social media during hurricanes and natural disasters

Margaret Stewart – Reputational Threats Online: Social media as a simultaneous agent of crisis and tool for response and resolution in the case study of an American academic library

John Sweeney – Strategic Adjustment–The NFL and the concussion crisis

Lakelyn Taylor – The Value of Instructional Communication during Chaos:  Expanding Learning Style, Gender, and Group Implications

Matt Tidwell – Strong prior reputation: A help or a hindrance in reputational crises?

Brittany Walker – “The Polar Bears Are Doing Just Fine in Case Anyone Wondered”: An Exploratory Examination of Reader Response Strategies Towards Contentious Risk Issues in the News and Social Media Comments

Paul Wilke – When Good Crisis Comms Go Bad and How to Prevent It

Paul Wilke – The Crisis Comms Shortlist – Your Need to Know Action Items For Every Situation

Cody Blake Wilson – Discourse Networks of Emergency Response Communication: A Case Study of Civilian Deliberation on the Reddit Platform

Cody Blake Wilson – Victim-group legitimacy: An argument for extending our understanding of legitimacy after crisis

Cory Young – The NFL as a Mega-Crisis: Applications of Fractal Crisis Theory