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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

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

Wigley, Shelley, & Lewis, Bobbi Kay (2012).  Rules of engagement: Practice what you tweet.  Public Relations Review, 38(1), 165-167. Summary This study explored tweets that mention highly engaged companies and compared them to tweets that mention less engaged competitors. Results showed that a highly engaged company received less negative mentions in tweets, but only if … Continue reading Rules of engagement: Practice what you tweet

Walton, Laura Richardson, Cooley, Skye C., & Nicholson, John H. (2012). “A great day for oiled pelicans:” BP, Twitter, and the Deepwater Horizon crisis response. Public Relations Journal, 6(4), 1-30. Summary On April 20, 2010, British Petroleum (BP) experienced one of the most tragic industrial accidents in history when 11 employees were killed and dozens more injured … Continue reading “A great day for oiled pelicans:” BP, Twitter, and the Deepwater Horizon crisis response

Schultza, Friederike; Utza, Sonja; & Göritzb, Anja. (2011). Is the medium the message? Perceptions of and reactions to crisis communication via Twitter, blogs and traditional media. Public Relations Review, 37(1), 20-27. Summary The value changes and the rapid emergence of media innovations (internet, social web) in society lead to an institutionalization of crisis communication, in … Continue reading Is the medium the message? Perceptions of and reactions to crisis communication via Twitter, blogs and traditional media

Kelly, Matthew, & Supa, Dustin W. (2012). Fortune 500 Foray: How the Nation’s Largest Insurer Leverages Social Media. Public Relations Journal, 6(4), 1-21. Summary The role of social media in large corporations is constantly under scrutiny, especially in a highly regulated industry such as insurance. This study explores how State Farm Insurance Company adopted social … Continue reading Fortune 500 Foray: How the Nation’s Largest Insurer Leverages Social Media