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Paper Title :
A Comparison between Malaysian and Mainland Chinese Mainstream Social Media Sites Users’ Perceptions on Post-MH370 Incident

Author :Wang, Changsong; Hu, Yue

Article Citation :Wang ,Changsong; Hu ,Yue , (2019 ) " A Comparison between Malaysian and Mainland Chinese Mainstream Social Media Sites Users’ Perceptions on Post-MH370 Incident " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 15-21, Volume-5,Issue-5

Abstract : With social media at the forefront of today‘s media context, their users may perceive news actively from time to time. When Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing, the flow of information experienced complexity uncertainty, and ambiguity in terms of information adequacy. The MH370 incident demonstrated an unprecedented international humanitarian response from the technology sector. This study discovered that most respondents from Mainland China and Malaysia access information about Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 during and after the tragic incident through social media. Social networks change people‘s perception in their virtual communities with time. This study revealed significant difference of user perception of active social media in these two countries. On one hand, social networking sites such as Facebook (in Malaysia), Weibo (in China) and Wechat (in China), become the public opinion field that illustrates sorts of openness and negotiation in Malaysia and China. On the other hand, social media is currently and also in the future the significant platform where corporates manage controversial area of the post-crisis reform. This research, instead of conventional crisis communication approach, specifically examined active online users in both countries, as it aims to make a valuable contribution by synthesizing current research and identifying areas for investigation for each aspect of the survey process. Two hundred questionnaires had been collected from respondents in China and Malaysia respectively. The survey results contributed to mechanism of crisis communication for henceforth similar incident in the future. There is no doubt that the portrait of Malaysia Airlines on social media in these two countries affected its organizational reputation. However, the participants from Malaysia and China showed a very average level of confidence to empower themselves to enhance dialog capacity among various stakeholders for this incident. Keywords - Public Relation, Crisis Communication, Social Media, Post MH370 Incident, Users‘ Perception

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-5,Issue-5


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