• Chilean Copper Mine Crisis
     Francisco Javier Barbosa BCOM/275 June 17, 2013 Michelle Maldonado Chilean Copper Mine Crisis Mining accidents can occur on any given day and any given time. There are many factors that makes the mining industry one of the most dangerous in the world. Along with the...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Actual Events: As described by The Casual Truth and the article “Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse”, on August 5, 2010, The Northern Copper and Gold Mine Facilities in San Jose, Chile experienced a catastrophic cave-in of one of their mines. There were thirty-three wor...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Chilean Mine Collapse Timothy E. Smith BCOM/275 September 8, 2013 Dr. William Rankin Abstract On August 5, 2010 a mine owned by Minera San Esteban in Northern Chile, collapsed trapping 33 workers 2,300 feet underground for a length of two months. While trapped underground the normal shift le...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    | Chilean Mine Collapse | Barbara Durham | | BCOM/275 | Week 4 | When dealing with various people in the audience you need to consider how much you need to tell them and exactly what it is you are going to be telling them. As with the Chilean mine collapse, you want to keep them up d...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse Communication
    Chilean Mine Collapse Communications Concerning communications with families and fellow employees of the 33 men trapped in the mine collapse, many considerations need to be made. Care needs to be taken when relaying such news. In this event, there are many unknowns, such as the cause, the futu...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Chilean mine collapse George Montenegro BCOM/275 March 24, 2013 Allen Sutton Resource: “Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse” article found in the Electronic Reserve Readings.   Research additional articles and information about the Chilean mine collapse. There...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Chilean Mine Collapse When handling a tragic event such as this there are many things to take into consideration. There are going to be many different people that are going to be affected by this catastrophe. First and foremost is the family of the employees that are trapped in the mine. There b...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Knowing Your Audience Paper and Communication Release On August 5, 2011, the San Jose Mine, a small copper operation in northern Chile owned by Minera San Esteban Primera suffered a cave-in (Weik, 2010, p.65). Thirty-three workers were trapped 2,200-feet underground although facts, footage, and sp...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Message in A Tunnel Emily Kash BCOM 275 November 5, 2012 Peter Grove There is a major difference in how information is portrayed depending on the audience. Often times, when informing the population of terrible news the audience is looking for as many facts as the journalists will pu...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Chilean Mine Collapse Kyle W Case Gregory Wagner Abstract In August of 2010, a mine in Chile collapsed, trapping 33 workers inside of the mine. The miners only had 72 hours worth of food, water, and oxygen. The families of the trapped workers were not given much information about the rescue o...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Chilean Mine Collapse Jessica Kuykendall BCOM/275 January 23,2012 Dr. Lodessa Washington Chilean Mine Collapse When disaster strikes it’s up to the people directly and indirectly involved to step up and clean up the mess. On August 5, 2010, a gold mine near the northern city of Copiapó,...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    On August 5, 2010, the airwaves and newsprint ran a story about a small copper mine in northern Chile collapsing and trapping 30 miners inside. On this day the Minera San Esteban Primera Mining Company had a difficult task set before them. The company would not only have to inform the families of th...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    Knowing Your Audience Paper The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse presented the problem of addressing an audience made up of people who played different roles in the drama. Considerati...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
     Knowing Your Audience: The Chilean Mine Collapse Knowing your audience is an important factor to consider when there is information to be released to a public forum. Special considerations should be taken to ensure that the message is communicated effectively. The sender must...
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  • chilean mine collapse
    Given an incident such as the “Chilean Mine Collapse” it is important to take into consideration the various people involved and their feelings on the situation at hand. First and foremost the trapped miners are going to want to know that all efforts are being taken to aid in their rescue...
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  • Oktedi Copper Mine
    The Ok Tedi Copper Mine Ethical Issue * Opening the mine without a waste storage. If they would have waited to open the mine for the waste storage to be completely finished they never would have started disposing trailing in the river. * Environmental damage along the Ok Tedi. Th...
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  • Com 275 Mine Collapse
    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Communication BCOM/275 January 21, 2013 Wayne Brock, DM Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Communication Background On August 5, 2010 the San Jose mine in Chile reported an accident which trapped 33 miners underground. The San Jose mine is a small copper mine in north...
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  • Copper Mine Workers
    Knowing Your Audience ans Communication Release The news of a devastating accident is not easy to prepare or communicate to any one involved. Being the bearer of bad news is never easy. The way in which the news is delivered, and what must be done before and after the news is relayed is a...
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  • Copper Mine
    The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Shantell Batiste BCOM/275 August 21, 2012 Joann Spurlock...
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  • Knowing Your Audience: Chile Mine Collapse
     Knowing Your Audience: Chile Mine Collapse Jessica Kiernan BCOM/275 March 17th, 2014 Steve Boylan Knowing Your Audience: Chile Mine Collapse According to "Live Science" (2010). “Nearly three weeks after a collapse inside the main access...
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