Politics

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Summary Politics in humanitarian computing involves using computers and social media for political discourse or action on a country.
Guidelines This keyword can be used for the publications that focus on politics, governance, representation, democracy, etc.


Title Author(s) Date Citation Count
A Revolution in 140 Characters? Reflecting on the Role of Social Networking Technologies in the 2009 Iranian Post-Election Protests Philipp S. Mueller
Sophie van Huellen
December 2012
Assessing the Economic Value of Early Warning Systems Michael Klafft
Ulrich Meissen
8 May 2011 4
Capturing the Netherlands Coast Guards Sar Workflow With Itasks Bas Lijnse
Jan Jansen
Ruud Nanne
Rinus Plasmeijer
8 May 2011
Emergency knowledge management and social media technologies: A case study of the 2010 Haitian earthquake S Paquette February 2011 140
Emergent digital activism: The generational/technological connection Fernando Mora 2011
FOSS as a Tool for Development: The Kerala Experience Satish Babu 30 October 2011 1
Homebound Security: Migrant Support for Improved Public Safety in Conflict Prone Settings Justine Fleischner et. al 2009
It's not just the data: participatory monitoring and the most significant change Terence David Gibson 2 May 2010
Optimizing ICT Portfolios in Emergency Management: A Modular Alignment Approach Marcus Vogt
Kieth Hales
Dieter Hertweck
8 May 2011 2
Preventing Violence, War and State Collapse: The Future of Conflict Early Warning and Response David Nyheim 19 February 2009 13
Reducing the H1N1 risk: public-private social media partnerships Tim Tinker
Marko Bourne
SMS Uprising: Mobile Activism in Africa Ken Banks
Nathan Eagle
Juliana Rotich
Christiana Charles-Iyoha
Anil Naidoo
Berna Twanza Ngolobe
Christian Kreutz
Redante Asuncion-Reed
Amanda Atwood
Sokari Ekine
1 January 2010
Shared Situational Awareness in Emergency Management Mitigation and Response. John Harrald
Theresa Jefferson
6 January 2007
Six Models for the Internet + Politics Archon Fung
Hollie Russon Gilman
Jennifer Shkabatur
10 April 2013 17
Texting, Tweeting, Mobile Internet New Platforms for Democratic Debate in Africa Tom Sarrazin 27 July 2011
The New War Correspondents: The Rise of Civic Media Curation in Urban Warfare Andres Monroy-Hernandez
Danah Boyd
Emre Kıcıman
Munmun De Choudhury
And Scott Counts
23 February 2013 9
The Rise of Mobile and the Diffusion of Technology-Facilitated Trafficking Mark Latonero
Jennifer Musto
Zhaleh Boyd
Ev Boyle
Amber Bissell
Joanne Kim
Kari Gibson
1 November 2012 6
Tweets from Tahrir: Egypt's Revolution as it Unfolded, in the Words of the People Who Made it Alex Nunns
Nadia Idle
Ahdaf soueif
21 April 2011 32

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