Research on Crisis Management Mechanism of College Student Group Events

Liang LIU, Rui YU, Dongbo GU

Abstract


University is an important part of society, also a collection of social trends of thoughts and contradictions. College students are the cornerstone of harmony and the stability of colleges and universities. At the same time, they are the most active, the most sensitive, the most moving, and the most unstable special group in the university. In recent years, college students group incidents have occurred constantly, and this incidents in unpredictable ways or inadvertently causes break out. Effectively preventing and dealing with this kind of unexpected events, which has became a priority among priorities with relevant parties. This paper aim at the existence crisis of college students group events, which are based on empirical analysis and constantly improve the mechanism of crisis management.


Keywords


College student group event; Crisis management; Mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9961

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