Web 2.0 and Internet Social Networking: A New tool for Disaster Management? -- Lessons from Taiwan
- CHAPTER 5: COORDINATION OF DISASTER RESPONSE ACTIVITIES AND ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH NEEDS: METHODS OF GATHERING INFORMATION AFTER HAZARD IMPACT. // Natural Disasters: Protecting the Public's Health;2000, p34
Chapter 5 of the book "Natural Disasters: Protecting the Public's Health" is presented. This part of the chapter discusses the different ways that information can be obtained after the impact of a disaster. The entry notes that information on the geographic extent of damage and major damage to...
- Technical Communicators Put the "Public" in PUBLIC HEALTH. Barker, Thomas // Intercom;Jan2009, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p18
The article offers the author's views on the significance of integrating the role of the public in public health during events such as disasters and pandemics through social networking web sites in 2009 in the U.S. He states that health agencies should develop trust during an epidemic and they...
- A System for Timely and Controlled Information Sharing in Emergency Situations. Carminati, Barbara; Ferrari, Elena; Guglielmi, Michele // IEEE Transactions on Dependable & Secure Computing;May2013, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p129
During natural disasters or emergency situations, an essential requirement for an effective emergency management is the information sharing. In this paper, we present an access control model to enforce controlled information sharing in emergency situations. An in-depth analysis of the model is...
- Ten things to learn about Facebook. Coles, Linda // New Zealand Management;Aug2010, Vol. 57 Issue 7, p64
The article offers ten things that business leaders in New Zealand can learn about the social networking site Facebook. Facebook users should keep their privacy settings open to share information with their friends. It recommends adding any good video clips about the products and services...
- EVALUATION AND AUTHENTICATION OF MUSIC SHARED THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORKING: eWOM OF CULTURAL PRODUCTS. Barretta, Paul G.; Minor, Michael S. // AMA Summer Educators' Conference Proceedings;2012, Vol. 23, p385
An abstract of the article "Evaluation and Authentication of Music Shared Through Social Networking: eWOM of Cultural Products," by Paul G. Barretta et al is presented.
- Does Social Networking Cause Oversharing? // Library Journal;11/1/2010, Vol. 135 Issue 18, p16
The article expresses the author's opinions about the information that people share with each other on social networking websites and questions if too much information is being shared.
- TWEET-TRACKING FOR PUBLIC HEALTH. // Marketing Health Services;Winter2013, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p5
The article presents information on the use of social media site for health awareness and for tracking public health.
- 'HANDLING A CRISIS? PREPARE TO TACKLE SOCIAL MEDIA AND CRIMINALISATION'. // Travel Weekly (UK);7/5/2012, Issue 2124, p63
The article informs on the crisis management seminar conducted by law firm Gates & Partners, in association with the Association of British Travel Agents and Lingo Communications, where Jo Kolatsis, partner at the firm discussed the importance of online social media while managing the crisis.
- Simplifying Social Media for Optimum Results. Segreto, Paul // Franchising World;Aug2010, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p12
The article discusses the effective way to utilize social-media technology for a franchise business. It is inferred that the members of the franchising community are beginning to grasp the multi-tiered value that social media participation can provide to their firms which includes creating brand...