Emergency Media and Public Affairs
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Papers and abstracts from the 2009 conference are available here. Those with abstracts available will be published in the Australian Journal of Emergency Management around November 2009, which provides full text access on publication.

Best paper of the conference:

 

Michael Eburn, University of New England, Armidale, Australia

'Media Access to Emergencies - Command, Control or Co-ordination?'

 

Research papers - abstracts

 

Dr Joy Chia, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

'Engaging communities before an emergency: developing community capacity through social capital investment.'

 

Dr Gwyneth V.J. Howell, University of Western Sydney, Australia

'Rohan Miller, University of Sydney, Australia

'Equine Influenza - Horsing about with a quarantine crisis'

 

Anne Leadbeater, Office of Emergency Services Commissioner, Victoria

'Speaking as One - Joint Provision of Public Information in Emergencies'.

 

Research papers - full text

 

Kate Mirandella, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

Public Relations in a crisis decision-making kaleidescope

 

Elizabeth Nankivell, Brisbane, Australia

How to win friends and influence people - using the media to get results

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