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The Resource Crisis communications : lessons from September 11, edited by A. Michael Noll

Crisis communications : lessons from September 11, edited by A. Michael Noll

Label
Crisis communications : lessons from September 11
Title
Crisis communications
Title remainder
lessons from September 11
Statement of responsibility
edited by A. Michael Noll
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P96.T47
LC item number
C75 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Noll, A. Michael
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  • Terrorism and mass media
  • Communication, International
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001
Label
Crisis communications : lessons from September 11, edited by A. Michael Noll
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Yong-Chan Kim
  • Communication during the World Trade Center disaster: causes of failure, lessons, recommendations
  • Jonathan Liebenau
  • Response, restoration, and recovery: September 11 and New York City's digital networks
  • Mitchell L. Moss,
  • Anthony Townsend
  • Social dynamics of wireless on September 11: reconfiguring access
  • William H. Dutton,
  • Frank Nainoa
  • Telephone as a medium of faith, hope, terror, and redemption: America, September 11
  • Functions and uses of media during the September 11 crisis and its aftermath
  • James E. Katz,
  • Ronald E. Rice
  • Content analysis of American Network newscasts before 9/11
  • Jeremy Harris Lipschultz
  • Something's happened: fictional media as a recovery mechanism
  • Fiona McNee
  • September 11 in Germany and the United States: reporting, reception, and interpretation
  • Joachim W. H. Haes
  • Internet as a news medium for the crisis news of terrorist attacks in the United States
  • Pille Vengerfeldt
  • John Carey
  • Internet and the demand for news: Macro- and microevidence
  • Paul N. Rappoport,
  • James Alleman
  • History and September 11: A comparison of online and network TV discourses
  • Patrick Martin,
  • Sean Phelan
  • From disaster marathon to media event: live television's performance on September 11, 2001 and September 11, 2002
  • Menahem Blondheim,
  • Tamar Liebes
  • Globalization isn't new, and antiglobalization isn't either: September 11 and the history of nations
  • Diffusion of news of the September 11 terrorist attacks
  • James William Carey
  • Is there a bin Laden in the audience? Considering the events of September 11 as a possible boomerang effect of the globalization of U.S. mass communication
  • René-Jean Ravault
  • Everett M. Rogers
  • Civic actions after September 11: a communication infrastructure perspective
  • Elisia L. Cohen,
  • Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach,
  • Joo-Young Jung,
Control code
52348885
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 231 p. ;
Isbn
9780742525436
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2003011925
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Crisis communications : lessons from September 11, edited by A. Michael Noll
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Yong-Chan Kim
  • Communication during the World Trade Center disaster: causes of failure, lessons, recommendations
  • Jonathan Liebenau
  • Response, restoration, and recovery: September 11 and New York City's digital networks
  • Mitchell L. Moss,
  • Anthony Townsend
  • Social dynamics of wireless on September 11: reconfiguring access
  • William H. Dutton,
  • Frank Nainoa
  • Telephone as a medium of faith, hope, terror, and redemption: America, September 11
  • Functions and uses of media during the September 11 crisis and its aftermath
  • James E. Katz,
  • Ronald E. Rice
  • Content analysis of American Network newscasts before 9/11
  • Jeremy Harris Lipschultz
  • Something's happened: fictional media as a recovery mechanism
  • Fiona McNee
  • September 11 in Germany and the United States: reporting, reception, and interpretation
  • Joachim W. H. Haes
  • Internet as a news medium for the crisis news of terrorist attacks in the United States
  • Pille Vengerfeldt
  • John Carey
  • Internet and the demand for news: Macro- and microevidence
  • Paul N. Rappoport,
  • James Alleman
  • History and September 11: A comparison of online and network TV discourses
  • Patrick Martin,
  • Sean Phelan
  • From disaster marathon to media event: live television's performance on September 11, 2001 and September 11, 2002
  • Menahem Blondheim,
  • Tamar Liebes
  • Globalization isn't new, and antiglobalization isn't either: September 11 and the history of nations
  • Diffusion of news of the September 11 terrorist attacks
  • James William Carey
  • Is there a bin Laden in the audience? Considering the events of September 11 as a possible boomerang effect of the globalization of U.S. mass communication
  • René-Jean Ravault
  • Everett M. Rogers
  • Civic actions after September 11: a communication infrastructure perspective
  • Elisia L. Cohen,
  • Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach,
  • Joo-Young Jung,
Control code
52348885
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 231 p. ;
Isbn
9780742525436
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2003011925
Other physical details
ill.

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