Review the crisis communication case studies in both the Lachlan and Liberman te

Review the crisis communication case studies in both the Lachlan and Liberman texts, with emphasis on the KFC crisis of 2009 in Liberman et al Chapter 10. 
 Read: 15 Minutes to ‘Mayhem’: How a Tweet Led to a Shortage at Popeyes – The New York Times (nytimes.com).  
In at least three brief paragraphs (30 to 50 words each) describe:
1 — What roles do frontline workers play in corporate communications.
2 — How you think the organization was effective or not, and why, in how they handled internal communication.
3 — Compare the KFC crisis with similar and more recent fast-food chicken shortage controversies.

You just viewed a scene from the film “Hotel Rwanda” starring Don Cheadle. This

You just viewed a scene from the film “Hotel Rwanda” starring Don Cheadle. This film is an account of the genocide that took places in this country in 1994. For hundreds of years, the two major tribes of Rwanda were the Hutu and the Tutsi. They lived together with no animosity between them. When Belgium colonized Rwanda, they gave preferential treatment to the Tutsi because they (the Belgium’s), thought the Tutsi’s to be “superior” due to the fact that they were taller, their skin was lighter and their noses where pointier. This caused a divide between individuals of Hutu and Tutsi descent even after the era of colonization came to an end. As new generations were born, they no longer blamed the Belgium’s, they blamed the Tutsi’s themselves because the new generation of Tutsi’s (growing up in this divided culture) began to see themselves as different from the Hutu.
In this particular scene, a hotel manger (who is a Hutu) by the name of Paul is buying supplies from a distributor and fellow Hutu. Paul is hiding Tutsi friends and neighbors in his hotel and the news is spreading that Paul is a Tutsi (Hutu’s also refer to them as cockroaches) sympathizer.
What does your text say about Dominance and Subordination between Groups?
How did the discrimination by the Belgium’s change the cultural perceptions of these people?

Compare and contrast the proverbs of North America and Asia. North America Eve

Compare and contrast the proverbs of North America and Asia.
North America
Every man for himself.
Good fences make good neighbors.
Asia
The nail that sticks up gets pounded. (Japan)
He who asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever. (Korea)
1. What do the proverbs tell you about the respective worldview or world orientation (the definition of world orientation is in the text)? 
2. Explain what the text says about world orientation.
3. How does ones world orientation impact communication?

Compare and contrast the proverbs of North America and Asia. North America Eve

Compare and contrast the proverbs of North America and Asia.
North America
Every man for himself.
Good fences make good neighbors.
Asia
The nail that sticks up gets pounded. (Japan)
He who asks is a fool for five minutes, but he who does not ask remains a fool forever. (Korea)
1. What do the proverbs tell you about the respective worldview or world orientation (the definition of world orientation is in the text)? 
2. Explain what the text says about world orientation.
3. How does ones world orientation impact communication?

Review the crisis communication case studies in both the Lachlan and Liberman te

Review the crisis communication case studies in both the Lachlan and Liberman texts, with emphasis on the KFC crisis of 2009 in Liberman et al Chapter 10. 
 Read: 15 Minutes to ‘Mayhem’: How a Tweet Led to a Shortage at Popeyes – The New York Times (nytimes.com).  
In at least three brief paragraphs (30 to 50 words each) describe:
1 — What roles do frontline workers play in corporate communications.
2 — How you think the organization was effective or not, and why, in how they handled internal communication.
3 — Compare the KFC crisis with similar and more recent fast-food chicken shortage controversies.

Review the crisis communication case studies in both the Lachlan and Liberman te

Review the crisis communication case studies in both the Lachlan and Liberman texts, with emphasis on the KFC crisis of 2009 in Liberman et al Chapter 10. 
 Read: 15 Minutes to ‘Mayhem’: How a Tweet Led to a Shortage at Popeyes – The New York Times (nytimes.com).  
In at least three brief paragraphs (30 to 50 words each) describe:
1 — What roles do frontline workers play in corporate communications.
2 — How you think the organization was effective or not, and why, in how they handled internal communication.
3 — Compare the KFC crisis with similar and more recent fast-food chicken shortage controversies.