Abstract: This edited volume makes a unique and timely contribution by exploring in depth the topic of strategic communication and COVID-19 from a global perspective. It is widely agreed that effective and timely communication and leadership are crucial to the successful management of any pandemic. With the ongoing and possibly long-lasting impact COVID-19 has had on many aspects of communication and multiple sectors of our societies, it is critical to explore the role of strategic communication in change management during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. This book addresses such a need and is thoroughly grounded in rich empirical evidence gained through a global study of COVID-19 communication experiences and strategies. The book was published on Oct. 20, 2022, with the copyright year of 2023. This book is included in the series of Routledge New Directions in PR and Communication Research.
Voices of Change from the Inside Out: Examining Employee Activism and Organizational Disruption from a Risk Management Perspective
Silvia Ravazzani, Alessandra Mazzei, Sara Cone, Yan Jin, Bryan Reber, and Anna Rachwalski (undergraduate student). “Voices of Change from the Inside Out: Examining Employee Activism and Organizational Disruption from a Risk Management Perspective.” The […]
Understanding and Leading through Crises: The Contingency Theory and Beyond
Yan Jin and Wenqing Zhao (PhD student). (Forthcoming). “Understanding and Leading through Crises: The Contingency Theory and Beyond.” Asian Journal of Public Relations. Abstract: Based on the essentials of the Korean Academic Society for Public […]