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Communication and terrorism : public and media responses to 9/11

Author: Bradley S Greenberg
Publisher: Cresskill, N.J. : Hampton Press, ©2002.
Series: Hampton Press communication series.
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"Dozens of communication researchers responded to the tragedies of 9/11 by immediately designing and carrying out research projects. Some examined communication behaviors. Some did content analysis of the news media. Some made studied observations about their communication environments. Still others were concerned with emotional, physiological, and behavioral responses to 9/11 events among children, youth and
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Communication and terrorism.
Cresskill, N.J. : Hampton Press, c2002
(OCoLC)606881863
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bradley S Greenberg
ISBN: 1572734965 9781572734968 1572734973 9781572734975
OCLC Number: 50590768
Description: xxii, 377 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface / Bradley S. Greenberg --
Introduction / Jack Wakshlag --
I. DIFFUSION OF NEWS OF THE ATTACKS, COMMUNICATION PATTERNS, AND RELATED BEHAVIORS --
Diffusion, media use and interpersonal communication behaviors / Bradley S. Greenberg ... [et al.] --
Media sources of information and attitudes about terrorism / Guido H. Stempel III, Thomas Hargrove --
Internet use and the terror attacks / Steve Jones, Lee Rainie --
Public perceptions of media functions at the beginning of the war on terrorism / Elizabeth Perse ... [et al.] --
Media use, information seeking, and reported needs in post crisis contexts / Matthew W. Seeger ... [et al.] --
Tracking media use and gratifications / Tom Ruggiero, Jack Glascock --
Tracking media consumption among monitors and blunters / Melissa M. Spirek ... [et al.] --
Media use in Germany around the attacks in the United States / Jutta Roeser, Gudrun Schaefer --
II. THE CONTENT OF NEWS AND NON-NEWS ELEMENTS OF THE TERRORIST ATTACKS --
How TV news covered the crisis: the content of CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox / Kirsten Mogensen ... [et al.] --
Dynamics of electronic media coverage / Kevin J. Dooley, Steven R. Corman --
Dehumanizing the enemy in editorial cartoons / William B. Hart, II, Fran Hassencahl --
Representing patriotism: the blurring of place and space in an "all-American city" / Donnalyn Pompper --
"Plane wreck with spectators": the semiotics of terror / Bernhard Debatin --
III. RESPONSE AND REACTIONS TO NEWS OF THE TERRORIST ATTACKS --
National studies of stress reactions and media exposure to the attacks / Leslie B. Snyder, Crystal L. Park --
Parents' perceptions of children's fear responses / Stacy L. Smith ... [et al.] --
Hopes and fears of 6- to 11- year-olds / Susan Royer, Kelly L. Schmitt --
Emotion and coping with terror / Cynthia Hoffner ... [et al.] --
Fear, grief, and sympathy responses to the attacks / William J. Brown ... [et al.] --
Emotional involvement in the attacks / Mary M. Step ... [et al.] --
Gender differences in perceptions of media reports of the Gulf and Afghan conflicts / Robert A. Baukus, Susan M. Strohm --
Communication infrastructure and civic actions in crisis / Yong-Chan Kim ... [et al.] --
Public opinion responses in Germany / Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann --
Summary and discussion / Bradley S. Greenberg, Linda Hofschire.
Series Title: Hampton Press communication series.
Responsibility: edited by Bradley S. Greenberg.

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A compilation of research projects following the tragedies of 9/11. Studies include diffusion of news of the attacks; the role of the Internet; tracking of media use and gratifications; television  Read more...

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