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Crisis Communication

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Crisis communication is a discipline well-known to all companies and commercial enterprises, but “corporate” crises are something that even we as science communicators cannot avoid. Here follows a condensed overview of crisis communication, an d I recommend Ogrizek & Guillery (1999) and Byrne (2002) if further reading is required.

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(2007). Crisis Communication. In: The Hands-On Guide For Science Communicators. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-49960-4_16

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