• Knowing Your Audience
    1 “Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse”. BCOM/275 30 July 2012 “Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse”. 2 Abstract: In this paper we will be discussing the Chilean Copper Mine accident that happened on...
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  • Chilean Mine Collasps
    Chilean Mine Collapse BCOM/275 Chilean Mine Collapse In Chile, on August 5, 2010, a collapse inside a main access tunnel of a mine trapped 33 miners inside (Parry & Retther, 2010). The miners were trapped at a depth of at least 700 meters (Weik, 2010). There were 32 Chileans men and one Bolivian...
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  • Workers Tapped
    Over 30 workers tapped after Chilean copper mine collapse” When dealing with a variety of people in the audiences as well a crisis you need to know what to say and when to say it without frighten everyone involved. On August 5, the San Jose Mine, a small copper operation in northern...
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  • Trapped Chilien Miners
    Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine Collapse On August 6th, 2010, 30 workers in a Chili copper mine were trapped 300 meters below ground by a catastrophic mine collapse. At the time of the collapse, the fate of the workers was unknown (Weik...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    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 workers trapped and for several months and there...
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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse
     Chilean Copper Mine Collapse BCOM/275 Business Communication & Critical Thinking September 30, 2013 Chilean Copper Mine Collapse When an unforeseen tragedy comes into a small community, the devastation can cause havoc. The members of the Chilean society found themselves with more questions...
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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report
    Week 4: Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report Monique Carr BCOM/275 February 21, 2013 Instructor: Yuvonne Richmond Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Report In the article that I had to research called “Over 30 workers trapped after...
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  • Business Essay
    Chilean Miners Trapped and Rescued Tyrone Norris BCOM/275 February 20, 2012 Velonta Adams Chilean Miners Trapped and Rescued The Chilean miners’ accident was surely a frightening incident for the miners themselves and their families. This incident that occurred raised a great many of...
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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse
    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse BCOM/275 4/14/14 Randall Savely August 5 2010, 33 miners were trapped 2400 feet underground in a northern Chilean copper mine. For 17 days there was no way of knowing if any of the miners were still alive. A drill sent down by a rescuer came...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    miners trapped in the Chilean copper mine collapse wanted to know everything that was going on and exactly what was going to be done in order to rectify the situation as well as how soon the workers could come home. Juan Weik, who wrote the article “Over 30 Workers Trapped After Chilean Copper Mine...
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  • Becom 275
    Chilean Mine Collapse On Thursday, August 5, 2010, thirty three Chilean mine workers were trapped in an underground copper mine in northern Chile, owned by Minera San Esteban Primera, when the mine collapsed. Workers were trapped at about three hundred meters with limited food, water and oxygen (Illiano...
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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse and Rescue
    The tragedy with the happy ending all started August 5, 2010, when the mine collapses 33 workers are trapped at the Chilean copper mine 300 meters below the ground level. Safety codes require ladders for mines, and the miners attempted escape through the ventilation shaft system, but the ladders were...
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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse
    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse BCOM/275 Disaster Strikes a Chilean Mine On August 5, 2010, employees of Minera San Esteban Primera woke up, stretched out, bathed, ate breakfast, and walked around their assuredly modest homes. They said their casual goodbyes to family as they headed off to yet another...
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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse
    Trapped: Chilean Copper Mine Collapse LaRena Bush BCOM/275 January 14, 2013 Peter Grove The audience is to be considered when using any type of communication method. The initiator also needs to know how to present the communication, whether it is face to face, email, or even an article of...
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  • chilean miners
     Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Sabrina Green BCOM/275 Week 4 Celeste Bajorek Chilean Copper Mine Collapse On Thursday, August 5, 2010, the collapse of one of the shafts in the Chilean copper mine left 33 workers trapped approximately 300 meters underground...
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  • Bcom/275 Knowing Your Audience
    of them that no company every wants to face. 33 miners were trapped in a small copper mine that had collapsed in northern Chile and they had to report this news to the families, employees, and eventually the world. The minters were trapped 300 meters below ground with very little food, oxygen or water...
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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 northern...
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  • Chilean Copper Mine Collapse
    Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Communication has different meanings to different people and situations. It has a different meaning to a student in class and another meaning to an employee on the job. A basic definition of communication is sending and receiving of messages between two people. When messages...
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  • The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse
    The Chilean Copper Mine Collapse Ryan Moorer BCOM/275 5/21/2013 Bettie Brown On August 5, 2010 the world watched as reports came in from Chile, a small copper mine caved-in leaving 33 mine workers trapped underground (Weik, 2010). Initial reports did not know if there were any survivors. It was...
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  • Chilean Mine Collapse
    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 the trapped miners and its employees of the...
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