Social-Mediated Crisis Communication and Public Emotions

Yan Jin, invitation from the University of Amsterdam College of Communication and Graduate School of Communication to give research talks:

October 3, 2016: “Social-Mediated Crisis Communication and Public Emotions: Implications for CSR Communication.”

October 5, 2016: “Making Sense Sensibly and Vividly: The Strategic Role of Emotions and Visual Social Media in Crisis Communication.”
Yan Jin 

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