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Eriksson, Mats (2018). Lessons for Crisis Communication on Social Media: A Systematic Review of What Research Tells the Practice. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 12(5), 526-551. Summary The growing interest in lists of dos and don’ts for social media usage during crises extends far beyond only identifying different kinds of organizations’ development of policies for … Continue reading Lessons for Crisis Communication on Social Media: A Systematic Review of What Research Tells the Practice

Summary When Lowe’s pulled its advertising from the TLC program All-American Muslim, critics from both sides responded. Some organized a boycott of the home improvement giant, and others applauded the decision. Lowe’s posted a response and apology on Facebook to only step further into a heated controversy as thousands of comments, many vitriolic, were posted … Continue reading Pulling Ads, Making Apologies: Lowe’s Use of Facebook to Communicate with Stakeholders

Wigley, Shelley, & Zhang, Weiwu (2011). A study of PR practitioners’ use of social media in crisis planning. Public Relations Journal, 5(3). Summary This study is one of the few attempts to investigate how public relations practitioners use social media in crisis planning and crisis communication as well as in ordinary situations. A survey exploring … Continue reading A study of PR practitioners’ use of social media in crisis planning

Austin, Lucinda L. (2012). Government’s use of social media to frame health information: A review of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s social media practices. In S.C. Duhe (Ed.), New Media and Public Relations (2nd ed., pp. 209-217). New York: Peter Lang Publishing Inc.   Summary Exploring the U.S. Centers for Disease Control … Continue reading Government’s use of social media to frame health information: A review of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s social media practices