Crisis Management of Group Events in Chinese Universities Under the Background of Internet: A Literature Review

Liang LIU, Maoting JIANG

Abstract


With the general increase in the degree of education coverage of national, the number of colleges has risen sharply and the scale expands apparently which leads to the frequent occurrence of mass incidents in colleges and universities, resulting in the loss and harm of public property, personal security and other aspects in varying degrees. Therefore, in recent years, the crisis management of college group events has become a hot spot for many scholars. Under the condition of combining the background of the actual times and the social environment, many scholars put forward the multi-angle crisis management mechanism and theoretical method. However, with the rapid development of the Internet in recent years, great changes have taken place in both the group events of universities and the means of information dissemination. Therefore, it is very important to find a complete flow mechanism for college group events under the network background that adapts to the background of the times and can be applied to the actual situation of our country. Reviewing and summarizing the methods and countermeasures proposed by many scholars, this paper puts forward the views and suggestions on the management mechanism under the Internet background.


Keywords


Internet; College group events; Crisis management

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9982

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