Handbooks in Communication and Media: The Handbook of International Crisis Communication Research

Editor/Author Schwarz, Andreas, Seeger, Matthew W. and Auer, Claudia
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 978-1-118-51676-8
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Image Count: 15
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: Sept 2019
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The Handbook of International Crisis Communication Research articulates a broader understanding of crisis communication, discussing the theoretical, methodological, and practical implications of domestic and transnational crises, featuring the work of global scholars from a range of sub-disciplines and related fields.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • Introduction: Searching for an Integrative Approach to International Crisis Communication Research
  • Significance and Structure of International Risk and Crisis Communication Research: Toward an Integrative Approach
  • Introduction: Searching for an Integrative Approach to International Crisis Communication Research
  • Significance and Structure of International Risk and Crisis Communication Research: Toward an Integrative Approach
  • The Significance of International and Cross-Cultural Crisis Communication
  • Categories of International, Cross-Cultural, and Comparative Crisis Communication Research
  • Goals and Structure of the Handbook
  • Disciplinary Foundations for International Crisis Communication Research
  • Political Science
  • Political Science Research on Crises and Crisis Communications
  • Management and Economics
  • Delving into the Roots of Crises: The Genealogy of Surprise
  • Psychology
  • The Psychology of Crisis Communication
  • Sociology
  • Sociological Foundations of Crisis Communication
  • Anthropology
  • “Crisis” in Social Anthropology: Rethinking a Missing Concept
  • Communication: Towards an Integrative Approach
  • Communication – Conclusions for an Integrative Approach to International Crisis Communication Research
  • Actors and Institutional Communicators in International Crises
  • War
  • Military, Government, and Media Management in Wartime
  • Terrorism
  • Crisis Communication and Terrorist Attacks: Owen Hargie and Pauline Irving
  • Natural Disasters/Pandemia
  • Communication concerning Disasters and Pandemics: Coproducing Community Resilience and Crisis Response
  • Organizational Crisis
  • International Organizational Crisis Communication: A Simple Rules Approach to Managing Crisis Complexity
  • Political Crisis
  • Conceptualizing Political Crisis and the Role of Public Diplomacy in Crisis Communication Research
  • The Role of the Media in the Construction of International Crises
  • War
  • The Role of the Media in the Discursive Construction of Wars
  • Terrorism
  • Terrorism and the Role of the Media
  • Natural Disasters/Pandemia
  • Media Framing of Disasters: Implications for Disaster Response Communicators
  • Organizational Crisis
  • Organizational Crisis and the News Media
  • Political Crisis
  • Political, Social, and Economic Crises in Public Communication
  • Domestic and International Audiences in the Context of Crisis Communication
  • War
  • War, Media, and Public Opinion: A Battle for Hearts and Minds
  • Terrorism
  • Terrorism – Orchestrated Staging and Indicator of Crisis
  • Natural Disasters/Pandemia
  • Reoccurring Challenges and Emerging Threats: Crises and the New Millennium
  • Organizational Crisis
  • Domestic and International Audiences of Organizational Crisis Communication: State of the Art and Implications for Cross-Cultural Crisis Communication
  • Political Crisis
  • Environmental Crises and the Public: Media Audiences in the Context of Environmental and Natural Threats and Disasters
  • The State of Crisis Communication Research Around the Globe
  • Crisis Communication Research in Africa
  • Crisis Communication Research in South Africa
  • Crisis Communication Research in Africa
  • Crisis Communication Research in Nigeria
  • Crisis Communication Research in Asia
  • Crisis Communication Research in the Chinese Mainland
  • Crisis Communication Research in Singapore
  • Crisis Communication Research in South Korea
  • Risk and Crisis Communication Research in India
  • Crisis Communication Research in the Middle East
  • Crisis Communication Research in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA): Echoes of Normalizing Historical Crisis
  • Crisis Communication Research in Israel: Growth and Gaps
  • Crisis Communication Research in Australia and Oceania
  • Crisis Communication Research in Australia
  • Crisis Communication Research in Aotearoa/New Zealand
  • Crisis Communication Research in Western Europe
  • Crisis Communication Research in Germany
  • Crisis Communication Research in Northern Europe
  • Crisis Communication Research in Eastern Europe
  • Crisis Communication Research in Eastern Europe: The Cases of Poland and Hungary
  • Crisis Management and Communication Research in Russia
  • Crisis Communication Research in Latin America
  • Crisis and Risk Communication Research in Colombia
  • Crisis Communication Research in North America
  • Crisis Communication Research in the United States
  • Challenges and Topics of Future Research on Crisis Communication
  • Conceptual and Methodological Challenges of Risk and Crisis Communication in the Twenty-first Century
  • Paradigms of Risk and Crisis Communication in the Twenty-first Century
  • Global Product Recall Communications and Regulatory Focus Theory
  • Methodological Challenges of International Crisis Communication Research
  • New Technologies in International Crisis Communication
  • New Technologies and Applications in International Crisis Communication and Disaster Management
  • The Future Role of Social Media in International Crisis Communication
  • Preparation for International and Cross-cultural Crises
  • Preparing for International and Cross-cultural Crises: The Role of Competing Voices, Inclusivity, and the Interplay of Responsibility in Global Organizations
  • Putting Research into Practice: Models for Education and Application of International Crisis Communication Research
  • Summing Up and Looking Ahead: The Future of International Crisis Communication Research
  • Risk, Crisis, and the Global Village: International Perspectives