Brooke Fisher Liu
Brooke Fisher Liu
Professor of Communication, University of Maryland
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Keeping up with the digital age: How the American Red Cross uses social media to build relationships
RL Briones, B Kuch, BF Liu, Y Jin
Public relations review 37 (1), 37-43, 2011
Examining the role of social media in effective crisis management: The effects of crisis origin, information form, and source on publics’ crisis responses
Y Jin, BF Liu, LL Austin
Communication research 41 (1), 74-94, 2014
How publics respond to crisis communication strategies: The interplay of information form and source
BF Liu, L Austin, Y Jin
Public relations review 37 (4), 345-353, 2011
The blog-mediated crisis communication model: Recommendations for responding to influential external blogs
Y Jin, BF Liu
Journal of public relations research 22 (4), 429-455, 2010
The government communication decision wheel: Toward a public relations model for the public sector
BF Liu, JS Horsley
Journal of Public Relations Research 19 (4), 377-393, 2007
How organizations framed the 2009 H1N1 pandemic via social and traditional media: Implications for US health communicators
BF Liu, S Kim
Public Relations Review 37 (3), 233-244, 2011
Social media use during disasters: a review of the knowledge base and gaps.
JD Fraustino, B Liu, Y Jin
National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism …, 2012
Social media use during disasters: How information form and source influence intended behavioral responses
BF Liu, JD Fraustino, Y Jin
Communication Research 43 (5), 626-646, 2016
Managing turbulence in the blogosphere: Evaluating the blog-mediated crisis communication model with the American Red Cross
BF Liu, Y Jin, R Briones, B Kuch
Journal of Public Relations Research 24 (4), 353-370, 2012
Beyond image repair: Suggestions for crisis communication theory development
BF Liu, JD Fraustino
Public Relations Review 40 (3), 543-546, 2014
Are all crises opportunities? A comparison of how corporate and government organizations responded to the 2009 flu pandemic
S Kim, BF Liu
Journal of Public Relations Research 24 (1), 69-85, 2012
Government and corporate communication practices: Do the differences matter?
BF Liu, JS Horsley, AB Levenshus
Journal of Applied Communication Research 38 (2), 189-213, 2010
The tendency to tell: Understanding publics' communicative responses to crisis information form and source
BF Liu, Y Jin, LL Austin
Journal of Public Relations Research 25 (1), 51-67, 2013
How disaster information form, source, type, and prior disaster exposure affect public outcomes: Jumping on the social media bandwagon?
BF Liu, JD Fraustino, Y Jin
Journal of Applied Communication Research 43 (1), 44-65, 2015
Distinguishing how elite newspapers and A-list blogs cover crises: Insights for managing crises online
BF Liu
Public Relations Review 36 (1), 28-34, 2010
President Bush's major post-Katrina speeches: Enhancing image repair discourse theory applied to the public sector
BF Liu
Public Relations Review 33 (1), 40-48, 2007
The study of mobile public warning messages: A research review and agenda
H Bean, J Sutton, BF Liu, S Madden, MM Wood, DS Mileti
Review of Communication 15 (1), 60-80, 2015
Scale development for measuring publics’ emotions in organizational crises
Y Jin, BF Liu, D Anagondahalli, L Austin
Public Relations Review 40 (3), 509-518, 2014
Milling and public warnings
MM Wood, DS Mileti, H Bean, BF Liu, J Sutton, S Madden
Environment and Behavior 50 (5), 535-566, 2018
Disaster warnings in your pocket: How audiences interpret mobile alerts for an unfamiliar hazard
H Bean, BF Liu, S Madden, J Sutton, MM Wood, DS Mileti
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 24 (3), 136-147, 2016
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