Violence

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Summary Violence is the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against a person, or against a group or community, that either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment or deprivation. Violence in humanitarian computing involves using computers to educate people how to deal with war,terrorism, riots, etc.
Guidelines Include in this category collective violence including war, acts of war, armed conflicts, acts of terrorism, riots, etc. as well as interpersonal violence.


Title Author(s) Date Citation Count
HarassMap Brief: First Annual Report March 2012 HarassMap Volunteers March 2012
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
Modeling civil violence: An agent-based computational approach John D. Steinbruner
Joshua M. Epstein
Miles T. Parker
January 2001 334
New Technology and the Prevention of Violence and Conflict FRANCESCO MANCINI 2013 4
Pass It On?: Retweeting in Mass Emergency Kate Starbird
Leysia Palen
May 2010 98
Preventing Violence, War and State Collapse: The Future of Conflict Early Warning and Response David Nyheim 19 February 2009 13
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
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
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
The role of information communications technologies in violence prevention Cathryn Meurn 2011 2
Violence Detection in Video Using Computer Vision Techniques Enrique Bermejo Nievas
Oscar Deniz Suarez
Gloria Bueno García
Rahul Sukthankar
22
Violence and Ethnic Segregation: A Computational Model Applied to Baghdad Nils B. Weidmann
Idean Salehyan
1 January 2013 26

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