First Hours: Published Articles
COMMUNICATING IN THE FIRST HOURS
Published articles resulting from the Pre-Event Message Development (PEMD) Project.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Breaking New Ground in WMD Risk Communication: The Pre-Event Message Development Project
- Chemical (VX) Terrorist Threat: Public Knowledge, Attitudes, and Responses
- Emergency Communication and Information Issues in Terrorist Events Involving Radioactive Materials
- Public Perceptions and Risk Communications for Botulism
Saint Louis University
- What Does the Public Want to Know in the Event of a Terrorist Attack Using Plague?
- Theoretical Perspectives on Public Communication Preparedness for Terrorist Attacks
- Public Perceptions About Trust in Emergency Risk Communication: Qualitative Research Findings
University of Alabama at Birmingham
- Becker, S.M. (2005). Addressing the Psychosocial and Communication Challenges Posed by Radiological/Nuclear Terrorism: Key Developments Since NCRP 138. Health Physics 89(5): 521-530.
- Becker, S.M. (2004). Emergency Communication and Information Issues in Terrorism Events Involving Radioactive Materials. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism 2(3): 195-207.
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- Page last updated: March 1, 2013
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