Crisis Analysis

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Summary Crisis analysis is the analysis of a crisis or a disaster after it has occurred. It is the investigation of ‘what-generally-goes-on’ as opposed to ‘what-should-have-been-done’ during the crisis. This helps in better understanding the crisis and might help in better understanding how to minimize causalities during crisis.

Examples: Many Papers try to analyze and measure the effectiveness of dealing and managing the crises. One of the papers that does this type of analysis is The Impact of Web 2.0 Tools on the Humanitarian Aid Industry: A Case Study of the Response to the 2010 Haiti Earthquake. This study assesses the ways in which Web 2.0 tools impacted the humanitarian aid efforts and it shows how Web 2.0 Tools increasingly offers tools especially applicable to the management of complexity and the humanitarian challenges that can be faced.

In addition, the paper Evaluating IT enabled Crisis Management Systems - The Case of Haiti Earthquake Relief Response presents an analysis of how information technology is used in the emergency-relief process.

Guidelines This keyword can be used for the publication that focuses on Post-emergency examination of a disaster/crisis.


Title Author(s) Date Citation Count
A Framework for Analyzing Collective Action Events on Twitter Kartikeya Bajpai
Anuj R. Jaiswal
8 May 2011 10
A System Dynamics Model of the 2005 Hatlestad Slide Emergency Management Jose J Gonzalez
Geir Bø
John Einar Johansen
May 2013
A demographic analysis of online sentiment during hurricane Irene Benjamin Mandel
Aron Culotta
John Boulahanis
Danielle Stark
Bonnie Lewis
Jeremy Rodrigue
2012 10
Addressing Interoperability Through the Semantic of Information Highway in Managing Responses in Humanitarian Crises Aladdin Shamoug
Radmila Juric
8 May 2011 3
Agility of crisis response: gathering and analyzing data through an event-driven platform Anne-Marie Barthe-Delanoë
Sébastien Truptil
Frédérick Bénaben
18 May 2014
Analytically comparing disaster recovery following the 2012 derecho Christopher William Zobel May 2013
Assessing Temporal Changes in Global Population Exposure to Seismic Hazard Sergio C. Freire
Daniele Ehrlich
Stefano Ferri
18 May 2014
Bursty Event Detection from Text Streams for Disaster Management Sungjun Lee
Sangjin Lee
Kwanho Kim
Jonghun Park
17 April 2012 3
Case Study on Risk Analysis for Critical Systems with Reliability Block Diagrams Kim Weyns
Martin Höst
May 2013 1
Citizen (in)security?: social media, citizen journalism and crisis response Hayley Watson
Lemi Baruh
Rachel L. Finn
Salvatore Scifo
18 May 2014
Citizen Sensor Data Mining, Social Media Analytics and Development Centric Web Applications Meena Nagarajan
Amit Sheth
Selvam Velmurugan
2011 12
Classifying Text Messages for the Haiti Earthquake Cornelia Caragea
Nathan McNeese
Anuj Jaiswal
Greg Traylor
Hyun-Woo Kim
Prasenjit Mitra
Dinghao Wu
Andrea Tapia
Lee Giles
Bernard Jansen
John Yen
8 May 2011 28
Crowdsourcing for Crisis Mapping in Haiti Ida Norheim Hagtun
Patrick Meier
2010 12
Dialogical Emergency Management and Strategic Awareness in Emergency Communication Henrik Artman
Joel Brynielsson
Björn Johansson
Jiri Trnka
8 May 2011 6
Disaster Impact Assessment: A Holistic Framework Ana Laugé
Josune Hernantes
Jose M. Sarriegi
May 2013
Evaluating IT enabled Crisis Management Systems - The Case of Haiti Earthquake Relief Response Ankit Sharma 2010
Gps Impact on Performance, Response Time and Communication – A Review of Three Studies Rego Granlund
Helena Granlund
8 May 2011 2
Haiti Earthquake Response: Context Analysis Nicole Rencoret
Abby Stoddard
Katherinem Haver
Glyn Taylor
Paul Harvey
2010 11
How the News Media Operate in Natural Disaster Rahul Sood
Geoffrey Stockdale
Everett M. Rogers
1987
Identifying User Requirements for a Cbrne Management System: a Comparison of Data Analysis Methods Milica Stojmenovic
Cathy Dudek
Patrick Noonan
Bruce Tsuji
Devjani Sen
Gitte Lindgaard
8 May 2011 6
Improved Response to Disasters and Outbreaks by Tracking Population Movements with Mobile Phone Network Data: A Post-Earthquake Geospatial Study in Haiti Linus Bengtsson
Xin Lu
Anna Thorson
Richard Garfield
Johan von Schreeb
2011 79
Information Cascades in Social Media in Response to a Crisis: a Preliminary Model and a Case Study Cindy Hui Rutgers
Yulia Tyshchuk
William A. Wallace
Malik Magdon-Ismail
Mark Goldberg
14 May 2013 9
Location Extraction From Disaster-Related Microblogs John Lingad
Sarvnaz Karimi
Jessie Yin
14 May 2013 8
Major Extensions to Cross-Impact Analysis Murray Turoff
Víctor Bañuls
8 May 2011
Managing Chaos, 140 Characters at a time: How the usage of Social Media in the 2010 Haiti Crisis Enhanced Disaster Relief Christopher Lawrence Slagh 2 September 2011 8
Meeting the Sphere Standards: an analysis of earthquake response in China Tao Bo
Bartel Van de Walle
May 2013
Microblogging for Crisis Communication: Examination of Twitter Use in Response to a 2009 Violent Crisis inthe Seattle-Tacoma, Washington Area Thomas J. Heverin
Lisl Zach
2 May 2010
Near Real-Time Forensic Disaster Analysis Friedemann Wenzel
Jochen Zschau
Michael Kunz
James E. Daniell
Bijan Khazai
Tina Kunz-Plapp
May 2013
Pass It On?: Retweeting in Mass Emergency Kate Starbird
Leysia Palen
May 2010 98
Practical Extraction of Disaster-Relevant Information from Social Media Muhammad Imran
Shady Elbassuoni
Carlos Castillo
Fernando Diaz
Patrick Meier
14 May 2013 10
Preventing Violence, War and State Collapse: The Future of Conflict Early Warning and Response David Nyheim 19 February 2009 13
Principles of Radical Research in the area of Information Systems for Crisis Response Jonas Landgren 2 May 2010 2
Problems from Hell, Solution in the Heavens?: Identifying Obstacles and Opportunities for Employing Geospatial Technologies to Document and Mitigate Mass Atrocities Ben Yunmo Wang
Nathaniel A. Raymond
Gabrielle Gould
Isaac Baker
22 October 2013
Quality Analysis After Action Report For The Crowdsourced Aerial Imagery Assessment Following Hurricane Sandy Robert Munro
Tyler Schnoebelen
Schuyler Erle
May 2013
Queensland and the Ushahidi Ecosystem Jon Gosier 17 January 2011
Rapid Aerial Mapping with Multiple Heterogeneous Unmanned Vehicles Eduard Santamaria
Florian Segor
Igor Tchouchenkov
May 2013
Rumor Spreading and Inoculation of Nodes in Complex Networks Anurag Singh
Yatindra Nath Singh
17 April 2012 6
Securing Crisis Maps in Conflict Zones George Chamales
Rob Baker
1 November 2011 2
Seeking the Trustworthy Tweet: Can Microblogged Data Fit the Information Needs of Disaster Response and Humanitarian Relief Organizations Andrea Tapia
Kartikeya Bajpai
Bernard Jansen
John Yen
8 May 2011 26
Seismic Scenario Simulations Using a Gis Web Service Nuno Afonso
M. Luísa Sousa
8 May 2011
Situational Awareness in Mass Emergency: A Behavioral and Linguistic Analysis of Microblogged Communications Sarah Vieweg January 2012 14
Social Web in Disaster Archives Michiaki Tatsubori
Hideo Watanabe
Akihiro Shibayama
Shosuke Sato
Fumihiko Imamura
17 April 2012 1
Social media and Iran's post-election crisis Lida Khalili Gheidary 2 May 2010 3
Social networks that matter: Twitter under the microscope Bernardo A. Huberman
Daniel M. Romero
Fang Wu
8 December 2008 762
Special Report Crowdsourcing Crisis Information in Disaster Affected Haiti Jessica Heinzelman
Carol Waters
29 September 2010
Text vs. Images: On the Viability of Social Media to Assess Earthquake Damage Yuan Liang
James Caverlee
John Mander
14 May 2013 1
The Impact of Web 2.0 Tools on the Humanitarian Aid Industry: A Case Study of the Response to the 2010 Haiti Earthquake Catherine Caron 2010
The March 2011 Japan Earthquake. Analysis of Losses, Impacts, and Implications for the Understanding of Risks Posed by Extreme Events Bijan Khazai
James E. Daniell
Friedemann Wenzel
December 2011
The Rise of the Amateur Professional and the Future of Crisis Mapping Patrick Meier 2010
Three Units of Analysis for Crisis Management and Critical Infrastructure Protection Leire Labaka
Josune Hernantes
Ana Laugé
Jose Sarriegi
8 May 2011 2
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