The Hungarian magazine Heti Vilaggzdasag (World Economy Weekly) reported in a two-page article about the differences in crisis perception and crisis comunication in seven European countries, identified by the sine-Institut. One part of the EU-funded Opti-Alert project is concerned about the socio-cultural differences in crisis perception and crisis communication. A journalist of HVG has interviewed the work package leader of Opti-Alert, Dr. Kerstin Dressel, managing director of sine and the Hungarian country expert Zoltan Ferencz, who conducted the in-depth interviews in Hungary and asked about their findings. You will find the article here (in Hungarian only).
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