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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Nicholson School of Communication, UCF
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1 [GO] Human-Machine Communication 2021―Sep―28 Leveraging the Rhetorical Energies of Machines: COVID-19, Misinformation, and Persuasive Labor Miles Coleman
2 [GO] Human-Machine Communication 2021―Sep―28 The Effects of Situational and Individual Factors on Algorithm Acceptance in COVID-19-Related Decision-Making: A Preregistered Online Experiment Sonja Utz, Lara Wolfers, Anja Göritz
3 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 Special Issue Editor’s Essay: Advancing Public Health Crisis and Risk Theory and Practice via Innovative and Inclusive Research on COVID-19 Communication Yan Jin, Sung In Choi, Audra Diers-Lawson
4 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 “A Tale of Two Hospitals”: The Role of Place-Based Sensemaking in COVID-19 Communication for Rural and Urban Texas Hospitals Cassandra Hayes, Rachel Riggs, Kelly Burns
5 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 SO ORDERED: A Textual Analysis of United States’ Governors’ Press Release Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic Taylor Voges, Matthew Binford
6 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 Managing COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis: The Case of Greece Neofytos Aspriadis
7 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 Examining the Role of Transparent Organizational Communication for Employees’ Job Engagement and Disengagement during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Austria Julia Stranzl, Christopher Ruppel, Sabine Einwiller
8 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 Effective Communication during a Global Health Crisis: A Content Analysis of Presidential Addresses on the COVID-19 Pandemic in Ghana Prince Adu Gyamfi, Adwoa Amankwah
9 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 Identifying the Public’s Psychological Concerns in Response to COVID-19 Risk Messages in Singapore Xingyu Chen, Anais Ang, Jing Yi Lee, Jason Wong, Neo Loo Seng, Gabriel Ong, Majeed Khader
10 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 Public Ethos in the Pandemic Rhetorical Situation: Strategies for Building Trust in Authorities’ Risk Communication Truls Offerdal, Sine Just, Øyvind Ihlen
11 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2021―Jul―13 Why Swedes Don’t Wear Face Masks During the Pandemic-A Consequence of Blindly Trusting the Government Bengt Johansson, Jacob Sohlberg, Peter Esaiasson, Marina Ghersetti
12 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 Exploring Whether Wireless Emergency Alerts Can Help Impede the Spread of Covid-19 Hamilton Bean, Nels Grevstad, Alex Koutsoukos, Abigail Meyer
13 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 When the Pandemic Impacts the Most Vulnerable: Analyzing Crisis and Risk Messages Aimed at Latinx Individuals about COVID-19 Sofia Salazar, Deanna Sellnow
14 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 The IDEA Model as an Effective Instructional Crisis and Risk Communication Framework to Analyze the CDC’s Messages Aimed at Hispanics in the COVID-19 Era Sofia Salazar
15 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 The Onslaught of Crisis Leadership Advice: Sifting Through Popular Leadership Sources in the COVID-19 Era R. Tyler Spradley
16 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 An Ethical Framework for Communicating Public Health Crises: A Case Analysis of the COVID-19 Pandemic Qingjiang Yao
17 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 Public opinion on age stereotypes during the COVID-19 pandemic Gabriella Sandstig
18 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 Stakeholders’ Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Blueprint for Health Crisis Communication Lisa Bergson, Thomasena Shaw, Nancy Van Leuven
19 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 Entertainment industry sector under the spotlight: How PR professionals and event organizers communicate during pandemic crisis Andrei Galan
20 [GO] Proceedings of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference 2021―May―23 Image Restoration Strategies for the (mis-) handling of COVID - 19 Pandemic in Greece Neofytos Aspriadis
21 [GO] Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2020―Mar―12 The SPARS Pandemic 2025-2028: A Futuristic Scenario to Facilitate Medical Countermeasure Communication Emily Brunson, Hannah Chandler, Gigi Gronvall, Sanjana Ravi, Tara Sell, Matthew Shearer, Monica Schoch-Spana


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