Coping with the Death of a Student
This chapter applies a crisis management plan to a specific type of crisis: the death of an international student. It explores the crisis from the view of accidental death, murder, and suicide. It identifies the stakeholders: institutional, community, and agrieved. It reviews specific actions that can be taken to reach a closure of the crisis.
Michael B. Smithee, Gary Althen, David Austell, Jane Howard, Peter Maramaldi, and Lynn Reilly. "Coping with the Death of a Student" Crisis Management in a Cross-Cultural Setting. Ed. William W. Hoffa and Patricia Burak, eds.. Washington, DC: NAFSA: Association of International Educators, 2001.
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