International Journal of Crisis Communication

Communication is the activity of assembling, analyzing, creating, and presenting news and information. In modern era of technology   the   emergence of new tools and practices, yielding both a flurry of new ways to produce information and a redefinition of the place of professional communication in this new information system, are the root causes behind the crisis communication.

Communication is the activity of assembling, analyzing, creating, and presenting news and information. In modern era of technology   the   emergence of new tools and practices, yielding both a flurry of new ways to produce information and a redefinition of the place of professional communication in this new information system, are the root causes behind the crisis communication.
The Mission of International Journal of crisis communication is to integrate knowledge and principles of journalists working in environment of crisis. Our goal is to share experiences and views of professional journalists so that the upcoming and inexperienced journalists could work accordingly.
We welcomes original research papers, reviews and evaluation, expert opinions, case studies and short notes of scientific excellence related to aforementioned field.


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Vol 1, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents

Articles

EDITORIAL PDF
Syed Rehan Hasan 1
How Crisis Journalists Can Magnify the Voices of Poor, Marginalized Communities of Color PDF
Cassandra Chaney 2-8
Strategies and Means of Presenting a Crisis Event in Modern Media PDF
Alena Chepurnaya 9-15
President Trump’s Islamophobia and the Muslims: A Case Study in Crisis Communication PDF
Mohammed Nuruzzaman 16-20
Insights on the Influence of the Attributes of the Arab Culture on Crisis Communications PDF
Ihab Hanna S. Sawalha, Jamal M. Shamieh, Usama Adnan Fendi 21-28
Applying Social Media in Crisis Communication: A Quantitative Review of Social Media-Related Crisis Communication Research from 2009 to 2017 PDF
Yuan Wang, Chuqing Dong 29-37
Analysis of Pakistan Print Media Narrative on the War on Terror PDF
Shabbir Hussain, Adnan Munawar 38-47
United Nation’s Media Reporting of Peacekeeping Operations on Syrian Conflict: Perspective of Peace Journalism PDF
Muhammad Wasil Solangi 48-63