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Bean Research on Emergency Communication

Bean Research on Emergency Communication

Recent terror activities brought attention back to a paper published in March in The Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management by Associate Professor of Communication Hamilton Bean and colleagues, investigating how people interpreted W.E.A.s during an unfamiliar event.

Cellphone Alerts Used in New York to Search for Bombing Suspect
New York Times, Sept 19

How millions of phone alerts helped find the New York and New Jersey bomb suspect
Daily Mail, Sept 20

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