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Resilience, surveillance and big data in crisis management: case studies from Europe, the United Kingdom and New Zealand (Forthcoming)

Citation
Leleux C & Webster CWR (2018) Resilience, surveillance and big data in crisis management: case studies from Europe, the United Kingdom and New Zealand (Forthcoming). In: Boersma K, Fonio C (ed.). Big Data, Surveillance and Crisis Management. Routledge Studies in Surveillance, 1, Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 121-142.

Abstract
This book chapter derives from work carried out at Stirling Management School for the European Commission FP7 research project IRISS (Incereasing Resilience in Surveillance Societies, 2012-2015). The edited book collection represents the first edition in the series: Routledge Studies in Surveillance,and has been published through CRISP: Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy, Stirling Management School (a collaborative initiative between the universities of Edinburgh, St Andrews and Stirling).  

Keywords
Resilience; surveillance; big data, crisis management; community engagement

StatusIn press
EditorBoersma K, Fonio C
AuthorsLeleux Charles, Webster C William R
Title of seriesRoutledge Studies in Surveillance
Number in series1
Publication date01/01/2018
URLhttps://www.routledge.com/…ok/9781138195431
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationAbingdon
ISBN 9781138195431
eISBN 9781315638423
LanguageEnglish
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