42,454 Hits in 6.9 sec

Public Awareness and Education for Flooding Disasters [chapter]

Leon J. M. Rothkrantz, Siska Fitrianie
2018 Crisis Management - Theory and Practice  
Dedicated technologies have been developed such as a flooding alert and a nonverbal communication language based on icons. The MOOC enables participants to train the new technologies.  ...  Participants can also play roles in the crisis management team to increase the sensitivity of the complexity of a flooding crisis and its measurements.  ...  On the other hand, social media has showed their important role during a crisis. It is a great challenge of the management team to get involved in communication via social media. • Lack of training.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.74534 fatcat:ask5ikvmvfdkvkh4xeqm6jvvw4

The Game and Simulation Analysis of the Government, the Media and the Public in Public Crisis Event

Long-ying HU, Jing-wei DONG, Yong ZHAO
2017 DEStech Transactions on Environment Energy and Earth Science  
What I want to do is to build the game model of the government, the media, and the public in the public crisis event based on evolutionary game replication dynamic analysis method.  ...  At the same time, it takes the Songhua River water pollution incident as an example, analyzes the behavior changes of the government, the media and internet users in the crisis event.  ...  Acknowledgment This study was sponsored by the National Science Foundation of China (No. 71271069), National Key Technology R&D Program (No.2012BAH81F03).Thanks for valuable suggestions made by reviewers  ... 
doi:10.12783/dteees/peem2016/5078 fatcat:mgycql6udncehgj5rhek47njdu

Evaluation of Network Public Opinion on the Doctor-patient Relationship Based on Evolutionary Game Theory

Jianmin Xie, Qin Qin, Jingfei Lu, Liying Yang, Maoting Jiang
2020 IEEE Access  
In this paper, a new tripartite evolutionary game is proposed, the purpose of which is to examine the behavioral strategies of doctors, governments and netizens in the evolution of public opinion on the  ...  Effective management of public opinion on the doctor-patient relationship network is an important element of maintaining social harmony and stability.  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank the research team of the laboratory. The researchers are very serious and responsible for this study.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3034926 fatcat:jokgwrxaszdf5m4p2ma3vcz4ki

Corporate Reputation and Social Media: A Game Theory Approach

Thierry Warin, Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin, William Sanger, Bertrand Nembot, Venus Hossein Mirza
2013 Social Science Research Network  
The model is a signaling model specifically designed to fit the social media context.  ...  crisis by posting an apologetic video on YouTube and addressed the crisis directly via social media.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2326585 fatcat:tkqqabjsjnc2nhkiqdt6ym7yyu

Emergent Innovation through the Coevolution of Informal and Formal Media Economies

Stuart Cunningham
2012 Television & New Media  
Well-established distinctions between amateur and professional are blurring as the impact of social media, changes in cultural consumption, and crises in copyright industries' business models are felt  ...  of other's choices and such networked preferencing is enhanced by the growing ubiquity of social media platforms.  ...  On the one hand, there are exponential increases in creative expression and communication facilitated by the explosion of social media (YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and other major social media sites, mobile  ... 
doi:10.1177/1527476412443091 fatcat:6dyecckyjncvxjj6vbuouy3dgy

Co-Evolution Of Social Media Crises: Investigation Of Information Cascades In Institutional Fields

Yevgeniya Li
2018 Zenodo  
The emergence and rapid development of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter has significantly changed the ways people and organizations interact during crisis and how such crises occur.  ...  Linking together methods from computational science with social research this study suggests a new approach and intends to investigate how social media crises shape, cascade and diffuse, affecting other  ...  (micro)blogs, content communities, social networking sites, virtual game-worlds, etc.), scholars agree that social media facilitate social interactions, transform communications between individuals and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1490194 fatcat:v7jgz2l64jbyziqsguvpm2wnnq

The Second Screen: Convergence as Crisis

Markus Stauff
2015 Zeitschrift für Medien- und Kulturforschung  
Focusing first on technical and industrial and then on practical and domestic procedures of creating connections, the current media landscape will be described as >convergence as crisis<: While media indeed  ...  </br></br>This article takes the second screen – television-related use of smart phones and tablet computers – as a starting point to discuss how current culture is shaped by the ever more heterogeneous  ...  a participatory rather than one-way technology.« 57 Commercials for games invited the customer: »Don't watch TV, play it.« To this day, computer games contribute to the crisis of (domestic) media postures  ... 
doi:10.28937/1000106448 fatcat:a5lnduw7dvgnbipilwftgxua2m

Community Case Study: Stack Up's Overwatch Program, an Online Suicide Prevention and Peer Support Program for Video Gamers

Michelle Colder Carras, Mathew Bergendahl, Alain B. Labrique
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
By combining aspects of virtual gaming communities, veteran mental health, and community-based peer support, this program provides an innovative format for implementing crisis intervention and mental health  ...  Stack Up, a non-profit veteran organization whose goal is to use video games to bring veterans together, recognized a need in its gaming-focused online community and created the Overwatch Program.  ...  We would also like to acknowledge the extensive support for this project by Stack Up leadership including Stephen Machuga, David Crouse, Liz Finnegan, and Brian Snyder, as well as input and feedback on  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.575224 pmid:33776826 pmcid:PMC7990882 fatcat:glb4nryncje35j6au5o33rmzx4

The Role of Social Media in Promoting Information Disclosure on Environmental Incidents: An Evolutionary Game Theory Perspective

Shan Gao, Shuang Ling, Wenhui Liu
2018 Sustainability  
In this article, we model information disclosure during environmental incidents as an evolutionary game process between the central government and local governments, and examine the role of social media  ...  In recent years, social media has had a crucial role in promoting governments to act more responsibly.  ...  Therefore, we can model the interactions among these stakeholders as a dynamic game of information disclosure using game theory.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10124372 fatcat:3cjpcrnyezd23gmvxnxedjxzve

Survey of Crisis Identification Using Social Media Interaction

Mayuri S. Waghmare, Gurudev Sawarkar
2020 International Journal of Scientific Research in Science Engineering and Technology  
This 7-month disaster provides a great opportunity to understand the use of social media for managing a crisis project before, during, and after its occurrence.  ...  However, current literature lacks a theoretical framework on investigating the relationship between social media and crisis management from the project management perspective.  ...  in contrast to other media which communicate in the form of "one-toone" or "one-to-many".  ... 
doi:10.32628/ijsrset2072120 fatcat:tprugefubvcmfjtrnalxtpitxe

Integration of Media Sources for Situation Analysis in the Different Phases of Disaster Management: The QuOIMA Project

Gerhard Backfried, Johannes Gollner, Gerald Qirchmayr, Karin Rainer, Gert Kienast, Georg Thallinger, Christian Schmidt, Andreas Peer
2013 2013 European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference  
We describe the role of media, and how possible links between social and traditional media and terminology and communication patterns are envisioned to be connected to the different phases of a disaster  ...  in this paper we describe work in progress on a cross-media content analysis approach and framework, which is currently being developed within the QuOIMA project.  ...  a generic model of risk-and crisis communication.  ... 
doi:10.1109/eisic.2013.31 dblp:conf/eisic/BackfriedGQRKTSP13 fatcat:2tseahuf3beqpgzhgkk4qwdkry

Research on Evolutionary Model and Dynamic Analysis for Internet Public Opinion Spreading

Wei Zhang, Yong Chen, Giacomo Fiumara
2021 Complexity  
For the problems of Internet public opinion spreading, an evolutionary model of Internet public opinion spreading is built based on evolutionary game theory in this paper, considering three subjects including  ...  Internet media, Internet users, and government.  ...  Internet public opinion has grown up to be a major component of social public opinion and has an increasing impact on social stability.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/8788960 fatcat:oifqp3wh5nd6xpu7ty5km5dzy4


Polina Herchanivska, National Academy of Culture and Arts management
The model of globalization is based on the presumption of multiculturalism as a social phenomenon "the coexistence of many different ethnic, cultural, denominational groups in the same social space" 7  ...  Of course, this is not a complete list of the media arsenal.  ...  Information about the author: Polina Herchanivska, Doctor of Cultural Studies, Professor, Head of the Department of Cultural Studies and information communications, The National Academy of Culture and  ... 
doi:10.36059/978-966-397-186-5/1-16 fatcat:jrfa73iegrgxddj5qfimmblujy

The Game Model with Emotional Factors of Public and Media in Public Emergencies Management Engineering

Guoqiang Xiong, Yanju Hou
2012 Systems Engineering Procedia  
At first, according to the analysis of the relations between the public and the media in emergencies, we begin to study the impacts of emotions on the game behavior, and then set up the RDEU game model  ...  This paper introduces emotional factors and makes a new study on the game model.  ...  The research on RDEU game model between public and media in emergency management The basic description and analysis of game model During the whole process of public emergency, the message to mass media  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sepro.2012.04.036 fatcat:bvpxcqucunhjvmgjed6gj4eetu

Game Design Education: Integrating Computation and Culture

J. Murray, I. Bogost, M. Mateas, M. Nitsche
2006 Computer  
Ensure that your networks operate safely and provide critical services even in the face of attacks. Develop lasting security solutions, with this peer-reviewed publication.  ...  It also presents one example of the challenges posed by the dynamic nature of game studies and game curricula.  ...  The game industry is approaching a development crisis caused by the overuse of nonprocedural assets such as hard-coded scripts, level designs, textures, models, sounds, and animations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2006.195 fatcat:2uhnbn2odveijet6dvqunfkmz4
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 42,454 results