CRISIS COMMUNICATION CASE STUDIES

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During my classes with Master Students at the CELSA, a Graduate School within the University of Paris Sorbonne and a reference in the information and communication sciences, in the spring semester 2016, student groups had to come up with crisis communication strategies and plans related to catastrophe scenarios of tourism destination (see above photo taken on April 6, 2016): the Kaprun train disaster of the year 2000 and the avalanche accident of Prince Friso of the Netherlands in 2012 in the ski resort of Lech. Written by Herbert M. Koch.

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