Category Archives for Crisis Communication
the 2011 joplin tornado from wikipedia during the 2011 joplin tornado the aftermath How you can help.
It is as spurious to over-assign unadulterated ‘credit’ to social media activism as it is to deride it as trivial and/or dangerous. The reality is that social media is part of â€“ though by no means the entirety â€“ of … Continue reading
Social networks were apparently a more significant means of transmission than seating arrangements. Students were four times as likely to play with children of the same sex as with those of the opposite sex, and following this pattern, boys were … Continue reading
Deepwater Horizon Response Main Site: http://www.deepwaterhorizonresponse.com Twitter Handle: http://twitter.com/Oil_Spill_2010 Deepwater Horizon on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DeepwaterHorizonResponse
New Media Communications Model from PR 2.0. An evolved version of Lasswellâ€™s model per the book: Who Says what In which channel To whom To what effect Then who Hears what Who shares what With what intent To what effect … Continue reading
Recent post on the Chron: The roaming chainsaw gangs of Houston. Hurricanes bring about unexpected responses in us humans. It’s like the first time you see your dog or cat catch a squirrel and they go all primal on it. … Continue reading
Recently finishing Outliers, I was really struck by the section on mitigated speech and airplane crashes. Gladwell‘s definition of mitigated speech on page 194 is: Mitigated speech – any attempt to downplay or sugarcoat the meaning of what is being … Continue reading