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Shepherd, Gary – Action Learning: Research and Practice, 2019
Reports of anger and aggression within the general population of the UK have been on the increase since the 2008 financial crisis. Traditional anger management programmes utilise Cognitive Behavioural and Mindfulness theory within a psychoeducational setting to help angry participants adapt and change their behaviours. These approaches have a…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Self Control, Experiential Learning, Reflection
Liggett, Billy – CURRENTS, 2012
The importance of communication during a school crisis has not changed in the 21st century. What has changed--and quite dramatically since 1999--is the way people communicate. Social media tools are now used in some form by 100 percent of all four-year universities in the United States as a way to reach students, according to a 2011 University of…
Descriptors: Communication Strategies, Universities, Crisis Management, Social Networks
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Novak, Judit – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2019
This article takes the interlinkages between law and politics as its starting point. It analyzes recent changes in the legislative style of education governance in Sweden as not only a species of crisis management, but also a long-term response to a series of tensions arising out of the push toward what has been identified as 'juridification' in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Governance, Educational Legislation, Civil Rights
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Barker, Gina G.; Yoder, Mollie E. – Journal of School Public Relations, 2012
By examining Virginia Tech's crisis communication during and after the shootings on April 16, 2007, valuable insights were gained that may be applied to current crisis communication models. This article addresses the unique characteristics of educational institutions and the need for comprehensive emergency communication strategies and on-site…
Descriptors: Communication Strategies, Crisis Management, Colleges, Family School Relationship
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Walter, Heather J.; Kaye, Amy J.; Dennery, Kristine M.; DeMaso, David R. – Journal of School Health, 2019
Background: From the perspective of schools, children's mental health is essential to academic success. Multitiered systems of support (MTSS) that provide prevention/promotion, early identification/intervention, and clinical treatment services have been embraced as a promising means to deliver mental health services in the school setting. Methods:…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Treatment, Mental Health, School Health Services, Public Schools
Brock, Stephen E., Ed. – Communique, 2011
This paper presents summaries of four articles relevant to school crisis response. The first article, "Peritraumatic Dissociation Predicts Posttraumatic Stress in Youth Following Accidents" summarized by Jim Matthews, suggests that peritraumatic dissociation is a powerful predictor of PTSD symptoms among youth who have been in a car…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, Crisis Management, School Safety, Accidents
Badzmierowski, William F. – American School & University, 2011
In recent years, campus tragedies across the country have prompted leaders of education institutions to redouble their crisis planning efforts. Too often, however, these emergency plans focus almost exclusively on facilities, hardware and systems without sufficient consideration for the people they potentially affect. People, not equipment, will…
Descriptors: School Security, Crisis Management, Violence, Emergency Programs
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Neill, Marlene S.; Schauster, Erin – Journal of Advertising Education, 2015
Just as the advertising and public relations industries are evolving due to the development of new technology and communication tools, so are the demands of education. Through in-depth interviews with 29 executives working in both advertising and public relations agencies in the U.S., this study identifies the core skills and competencies needed…
Descriptors: Advertising, Public Relations, Professional Education, Employers
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Guha, Mahua – International Journal of Learning and Change, 2015
"Organisational routines" is a widely studied research area. However, there is a dearth of research on disruption of routines. The few studies on disruption of routines discussed problem-solving activities that are carried out in response to disruption. In contrast, this study develops a theory of "solution routines" that are a…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Organizational Culture, Repetition, Information Technology
Shaw, Mahauganee Dawn – ProQuest LLC, 2012
Despite a growing body of literature on campus crisis management and the breadth of research on organizational change, little is known about organizational changes prompted by campus crisis. The purpose of this study is to examine the changes made to the operational profiles of Gulf Coast institutions during the process of recovering from major…
Descriptors: Crisis Management, Colleges, Weather, Natural Disasters
Adams, Mark Thomas – ProQuest LLC, 2013
This qualitative study investigated the nature of the relationship between principal leadership and school culture within a school-wide implementation of Professional Crisis Management (PCM). PCM is a comprehensive and fully integrated system designed to manage crisis situations effectively, safely, and with dignity. While designed primarily to…
Descriptors: Principals, Leadership Styles, School Culture, Crisis Management
Brock, Stephen E., Ed. – Communique, 2012
In this column, members of the NASP Crisis Management in the Schools Interest Group provide summaries of three studies relevant to school crisis response. The first study investigated the prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among rescue workers. The second article explored the Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention, which is…
Descriptors: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Crisis Management, Child Development
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Merriman, Lynette S. – New Directions for Student Services, 2008
In the wake of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and the Virginia Tech shooting tragedy, it is no surprise that concern for students' safety is the primary reason attributed to parents' increased involvement. Parents and university administrators share in their commitment to student safety. However, college and university staff who assume responsibility…
Descriptors: School Safety, Parent Participation, Crisis Management, Parent School Relationship
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Veil, Shari R. – Communication Teacher, 2010
Objectives: Students will demonstrate research, decision making, team building, and public speaking skills, while applying issues management and crisis communication concepts in a realistic setting. Courses: Introduction to Public Relations, Public Relations Cases, Crisis Communication.
Descriptors: Public Speaking, Team Training, Public Relations, Speech Skills
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Mitroff, Ian I.; Diamond, Michael A.; Alpaslan, Murat C. – Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 2006
This article outlines a set of recommendations to college and university leaders and governing bodies on how to develop crisis-management systems to ensure that their institutions are as well prepared as possible for a wide range of crises. These recommendations are based, in part, on crisis-management programs developed for various business…
Descriptors: Emergency Programs, Natural Disasters, Governing Boards, Crisis Management
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