House of Representatives, 94th Congress, 1st Session, on H. Amsterdam, The Netherlands , 1997, pp. Considering the Events of September 11 as a Possible Boomerang Effect of the Globalization of U. Building on such events and lessons, Crisis Communications features an international cast of top contributors exploring emergency communications during crisis. Applying what has been learned from the behavior of the mass media in past crises, the authors clearly show the central role of communications on September 11. Pylyshyn, Prentice-Hall: Englewood Cliffs, N.
The Telephone as a Medium of Faith, Hope, Terror, and Redemption: America, September 11 - James E. This book is a useful supplement for foundational courses in mass communication and communication history, as well as a primer for anyone interested in the big picture of communication media. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. E-mail was used to overcome distance and time zones. .
Schiffman, University of Colorado April 1972 , pp. And storytelling played an important role both in conveying information and in coping with the disaster. Wireless calls were made from the besieged airplanes and buildings, with the human voice having a calming influence. The Social Dynamics of Wireless on September 11: Reconfiguring Access - William H. The Functions and Use of Media During The September 11 Crisis and Its Aftermath - John Carey 2. Response, Restoration and Recovery: September 11th and New York City's Digital Networks - Mitchell L.
From Disaster Marathon to Media Event: Live Television's Performance on September 11, 2001 and 2002 - Menachem Blondheim and Tamar Liebes 15. The technology of mobile communication played a part in the organisation of the hijackers and their ease of planning through mobile devices. Moss and Anthony Townsend 6. A concise introduction to the evolution of communication media, The Evolution of Media is unique in that it treats both mass media and interpersonal media. E-mail was used to overcome distance and time zones. There is no doubt that the mobile phone has proved itself to most as a necessity of daily life in current times. Mass Communication The book provides an unusual and compelling look at communication in a time of national crisis.
Wireless calls were made from the besieged airplanes and buildings, with the human voice having a calming influence. The Internet and the Demand for News: Macro and Micro Evidence - Paul Rappoport and James Alleman 13. The second and third parts develop a taxonomy for media and compare their technological requirements, applications, and other significant elements. Building on the events and lessons of September 11, Crisis Communications features an international cast of top contributors exploring emergency communications during crisis. Diffusion of News of the September 11th Terrorist Attacks - Everett Rogers 3.
And storytelling played an important role both in conveying information and in coping with the disaster. Proceedings of the Symposium on Computer Processing in Communications, Vol. Or the Way of the Future? Mass Communication - Ren, Jean Ravault Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Terrorism and mass media, Communication, International, September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001. The first part of the book describes the history and development of media technology. Ling, 2004 argues that the mobile phone is often treated as a mere social fad or a simple technical innovation but claims it has affected everything from our social and business coordination, to our safety and security in our day to day lives, that it has revolutionised teen freedom, communication and expression and examines the unexpected interaction between users and cell phones. They establish how people learned of the tragedy and how they responded; examine the effects of media globalization on terrorism; and, in many cases, give specific advice for the future.
Has the cell phone changed the way we communicate for good? Government Printing Office: Washington, D. The last section presents a simple methodology to help predict the success of new media products and services. Is there a Bin Laden in the Audience? Ball-Rokeach, Joo-Young Jung, and Yong-Chan Kim 4. Wireless calls were made from the besieged airplanes and buildings, with the human voice having a calming influence. Dutton and Frank Nainoa 7.
Given its diverse chapters and unique approach, it should be of great interest to a variety of communication scholars and would fit nicely into a number of undergraduate and graduate courses that examine communication processes and effects within mediated, organization, and interpersonal contexts. Berry , Applied Optics, Vol. Considering the Events of September 11th as a Possible Boomerang Effect of the Globalization of U. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication information provided by the publisher. Civic Actions after September 11th: A Communication Infrastructure Perspective - Elisia L. Globalization Isn't New; Anti-Globalization Isn't Either: September 11 and the History of Nations - James William Carey 16.