ISSN: 17572681
Online ISSN: 1757269X
First published in 2009
3 Issues per volume
Volume 6 Issue 2
Cover Date: July 2015
Contents
Social media and citizen engagement in crises
Authors:  Lemi Baruh 
Page Start: 131
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An engaged public: Considerations for the use of social media in managing crises
Authors:  Hayley Watson And  Kim Hagen 
Page Start: 141
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Crowdsourcing and the folksonomy of emergency response: The construction of a mediated subject
Authors:  Gregory Asmolov 
Page Start: 155
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Citizens’ involvement in emergency preparedness and response: A comparative analysis of media strategies and online presence in Turkey, Italy and Germany
Authors:  Salvatore Scifo And  Yusuf Salman 
Page Start: 179
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Riding the (seismic) wave: The building of a media discourse following a disaster
Authors:  Çaglar Akgüngör 
Page Start: 199
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Citizen involvement in emergency reporting: A study on witnessing and citizen journalism
Authors:  Haluk Mert Bal And  Lemi Baruh 
Page Start: 213
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Hurricanes and hashtags: How the media and NGOs treat citizens’ voices online in humanitarian emergencies
Authors:  Glenda Cooper 
Page Start: 233
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Transformation of collective action space: A study on the relationship between organizational attributes and ICT use
Authors:  Zeynep Günel And  Gökçe Karaoğlu 
Page Start: 245
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