CCI Research Presentations and Publications
Nature, crisis, risk, science, and society: What is our ethical responsibility?. Environmental Communication: A Journal of nature and Culture. 1(1), 34-48.(2007).
A Quantitative Review of Crisis Communication Research in Public Relations: 1991-2009. Annual meeting of the Association for Educators in Journalism & Mass Communication.(2009).
Community narratives during a crisis: The Tennessee Valley Authority ash spill. National Communication Association.(2010).
Community response to the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) ash spill: Information seeking and rebuilding reputation. International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness.(2010).
Manging narrative in the media: TVA ash spill crisis. Southern States Communication Association.(2010).
Narrative in the media: TVA ash spill crisis. University of Tennessee's College of Communication and Information Research Symposium.(2010).
A Quantitative Review of Crisis Communication Research in Public Relations from 1991-2009. Public Relations Review. 36, 190-192.(2010).
Quiet, Creeping, and Sudden?!: Exploring Public Information Officers' Definitions of Health Crisis. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.(2011).
Risk communication and corporate social responsibility: The essence of sound management for risk bearers, generators and arbiters. (Ihlen, J., Bartlett J., & May S., Ed.).Handbook of Communication and Corporate Social Responsibilty. 188-207.(2011).