Crisis Communication and the Public Health
Matthew Wayne Seeger, Timothy Lester Sellnow, Robert R. Ulmer
Hampton Press, 2008 - Medical - 287 pages
Developments have created the need for health communication to expand its parameters into the field of crisis communication. This book spans the fields of crisis communication, health communication, and public health by taking a broad based approach to the issue of crisis communication and public health.
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