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Crisis Communication Strategy for Responding the Disaster in North-East Asia: Enhancing the Cooperative Disaster Management Network and the Social Network
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Crisis Communication Strategy for Responding the Disaster in North-East Asia: Enhancing the Cooperative Disaster Management Network and the Social Network
Lee, Jae-Eun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to give some crisis communication strategies for effective cooperation and coordination among the countries in global society. Based on the theoretical discussions, in this paper, five strategic recommendations toward improving crisis communication are offered as follows; First, it is necessary that a small, dynamic team for global crisis communication function be established among the nearby countries. Second, for understanding the neighboring country`s crisis situation, it is needed that the common crisis communication organizations which play an important role of disseminating accurate information and giving the collaborative efforts in each country have to be made. Third, for effective crisis management, an appropriate infrastructure that includes open and effective communication channels among different levels and across organizations must be in place. Fourth, mass communication should fulfill a variety of functions in society and provide information, interpretation of events, and its influence, etc for cooperating and coordinating the crisis management. Fifth, to acquire a correct understanding of the bordering country`s crisis and calamities, intercultural education program should be established in the crisis communication system.
 Keywords
mega disaster;crisis communication;crisis management;social network;
 Language
English
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