Towards a Networked Crisis Communication Theory: Analyzing the Effects of (Social) Media, Media Credibility, Crisis Type, and Emotions

F. Schultz, S. Utz, S. Glocka

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Communication Association
Place of PublicationPhoenix
PublisherAll Academics
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventICA - Phoenix
Duration: 1 Jan 20121 Jan 2012

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ConferenceICA
Period1/01/121/01/12

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Schultz, F., Utz, S., & Glocka, S. (2012). Towards a Networked Crisis Communication Theory: Analyzing the Effects of (Social) Media, Media Credibility, Crisis Type, and Emotions. In Proceedings of the International Communication Association Phoenix: All Academics.
Schultz, F. ; Utz, S. ; Glocka, S. / Towards a Networked Crisis Communication Theory: Analyzing the Effects of (Social) Media, Media Credibility, Crisis Type, and Emotions. Proceedings of the International Communication Association. Phoenix : All Academics, 2012.
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Towards a Networked Crisis Communication Theory: Analyzing the Effects of (Social) Media, Media Credibility, Crisis Type, and Emotions. / Schultz, F.; Utz, S.; Glocka, S.

Proceedings of the International Communication Association. Phoenix : All Academics, 2012.

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Schultz F, Utz S, Glocka S. Towards a Networked Crisis Communication Theory: Analyzing the Effects of (Social) Media, Media Credibility, Crisis Type, and Emotions. In Proceedings of the International Communication Association. Phoenix: All Academics. 2012