Special Section on Crisis Communication
Crisis and risk communication special section introduction
–W. Timothy Coombs [Publisher]
Using emotion in risk communication: The Anger Activism Model
–Monique Mitchell Turner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Strategic risk communication: Adding value to society
–Michael J. Palenchar and Robert L. Heath [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Post-crisis communication and renewal: Expanding the parameters of post-crisis discourse
–Robert R. Ulmer, Matthew W. Seeger and Timothy L. Sellnow [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Attribution Theory as a guide for post-crisis communication research
–W. Timothy Coombs [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Taxonomy of mediated crisis responses
–Maureen Taylor and Michael L. Kent [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Heading: Full Research Articles
Issue management and crisis management: An integrated, non-linear, relational construct
–Tony Jaques [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
International public relations as a predictor of prominence of US news coverage
–Suman Lee [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Promoting online media relations: Public relations departments’ use of Internet in the UAE
–Mohamed Kirat [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Power to the people—health PR people that is!
–Sooyoung Cho and Glen T. Cameron [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
The astronaut and Foggy Bottom PR: Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs Michael Collins, 1969–1971
–Mordecai Lee [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
From facts to stories or from stories to facts? Analyzing public relations history in public relations textbooks
–Peggy Hoy, Oliver Raaz and Stefan Wehmeier [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Fund-raising models at public historically Black colleges and universities
–Natalie T.J. Tindall [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Undergraduate public relations education in Spain: Endangered species?
–Jordi Xifra [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Heading: Research in Brief
How Fortune 500 companies used the Web for philanthropic and crisis communication following Hurricane Katrina
–Clark F. Greer and Kurt D. Moreland [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Communicating during times of crises: An analysis of news releases from the federal government before, during, and after hurricanes Katrina and Rita
–Amanda Hall Gallagher, Maria Fontenot and Kris Boyle [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Public relations in the eye of the storm: Lessons from professionals in the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
–Lisa K. Lundy and Jinx C. Broussard [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Exploring the embassy sampling strategy for large-scale cross-national study in replicating the normative theory of global public relations
–Seong-Hun Yun [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
The dialogic potential of weblogs in relationship building
–Trent Seltzer and Michael A. Mitrook [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Community college web sites as tools for fostering dialogue
–Sheila M. McAllister and Maureen Taylor [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Exploring the effects of negative publicity: News coverage and public perceptions of a university
–Sei-Hill Kim, John P. Carvalho and Christy E. Cooksey [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Heading: Book Reviews
Eric M. Eisenberg, Strategic Ambiguities: Essays on Communication, Organization and Identity, Sage, Newbury Park, CA (2006) pp. 312, paper, $39.95.
–Robert E. Brown [Publisher]
Jane Elliott, Using Narrative in Social Science Research, Sage, London (2005) 220 pp., US$ 43.95, Trade paperback.
–Dawn Gilpin [Publisher]
Doug Newsom, Bridging the Gaps in Global Communication, Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA (2007) 153 pp., paper, $34.95.
–Linda H. Scanlan [Publisher]
Peter M. Kellett, Conflict Dialogue, Working With Layers of Meaning for Productive Relationships 2, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA (1906) 87 pp., paper $42.95.
–Frank Wylie [Publisher]
Bonnie J. Dow and Julia T. Wood, Editors, The Sage Handbook of Gender and Communication, Sage (2006) 5605 pp., $125.
–Elizabeth L. Toth [Publisher]