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10/14 Notes

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10/14 Notes SCOM

Katelynn Notetaker
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Introduction to Communication Theory
Annick Dupal

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Public Relations Notes: Situational Crisis Communication Theory (SCCT)
Introduction to Communication Theory
Annick Dupal
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Date Created: 10/14/15
SCOM 240 Lecture Notes Public Relations A strategic communication process that builds mutually bene cially relationships between organizations and their publics What is a crisis 0 Surprise 0 Threat 0 Short response time 0 Change Situational Crisis Communication Theory SCCT Coombs 2007 0 Three types of crisis 0 Response strategies 0 Organizational reputation Three Types of Crises Victim 0 Organization is the Victim 0 Natural disaster rumor workplace Violence product tampering 0 Accident 0 Organizational actions lead to unintentional harm 0 Operational error product recall 0 Preventable 0 Intentional human errors and organizational misdeeds Deception stealing breaking laws Strategies 0 Primary 0 Deny 0 Attack the accuser Denial Scapegoat Diminish 0 Excuse Justi cation Rebuild 0 Compensation 0 Apology Bolstering Reminder 101415 101415 0 Ingratiation Victimize


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