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Virtual Risk: The Role of New Media in Violent and Nonviolent Ideological Groups

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
Matthew T. Allen

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

In January 2007, Senator Hillary Clinton of New York declared her candidacy for the 2008 presidential elections by posting a video on her web site dec    Read more...
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Community Building through Risk Communication Infrastructures

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
Robert L. Heath

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

From the early moments after the release of MIC in Bhopal, India, practitioners and theorists worked feverishly for a model to use to describe how com    Read more...
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Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication in Health Contexts: Applying the CDC Model to Pandemic Influenza

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
Matthew W. Seeger

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been at the epicenter of health communication efforts. Not only is the CDC a primary practiti    Read more...
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How People Think about Cancer: A Mental Models Approach

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
Julie S. Downs

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

People fear cancer: the diagnosis, the treatments, and the prognosis (Freimuth, Stein, & Kean, 1989). That is true not only for adults, but also for c    Read more...
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The Significance of Crisis and Risk Communication

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
Robert L. Heath

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

Get a credible spokesperson who can deliver a knowledgeable message in a clear manner. Communicate in ways—dress, manner, and posture—that encourage a    Read more...
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Cultural Theory and Risk

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
James Tansey

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

Cultural theory was first applied to risk and environmental problems in the early seventies, although it builds on a lineage that can be traced back o    Read more...
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Risk, Crisis, and Mediated Communication

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
Kurt Neuwirth

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

In a world of greater interdependency, globalization and change, the important role of mediated channels to understanding risk and crisis communicatio    Read more...
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Historical Trends of Risk and Crisis Communication

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
Michael J. Palenchar

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

The industrial and information ages have created a whole new range of risks and crises, while advances in communication and information technologies h    Read more...
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Crises and Risk in Cyberspace

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
Kirk Hallahan

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

Since the mid-1990s, the Internet and related technologies have become integral parts of the way people and organizations communicate. Not surprisingl    Read more...
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Conceptualizing Crisis Communication

Handbook of Risk and Crisis Communication

Authored by
W.Timothy Coombs

Print publication date: September 2008
Online publication date: September 2010

On average, only one-eighth of an iceberg is visible above the water. About the same amount of crisis communication is visible to those outside of an    Read more...
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