Paper #2 Topics and Starter Resources

  Issue Paper #2: Topics 1)      Emergence in the Apology to Critical Incidents Emergent Phenomena and Multiorganizational Coordination in Disasters: Lessons from the Research Literature: Emergency Behaviors and Groups in the Crisis Time of Disasters: 2)      Convergence in the Apology to Critical Incidents (nucleus on special, representative, or informational assemblage) Considering, Convergence, Coordination and Political Capital in Disasters: Convergence Conduct in Disasters: A Problem of Political Control: Personal Convergence: Spontaneous Volunteer Apology to Disasters: The Benefits and Consequences of Good Intentions: Material Convergence: Estimating Representative Convergence: Flow of Donations for Hurricane Katrina: Informational Convergence: Site-seeing in sorrow: An scrutiny of on-line political assemblage (Library): 3)      The Future: Political Media in Critical Incidents Backchannels on the Front Lines: Emergent Uses of Political Media in the 2007 Southern California Wildfire: Twittering Tennessee: Distributed Networks and Collaboration Following a Technological Disaster: 4)      Warning the Public: Crisis Communications (Focus on orders or conduct apology) The privation links in homogeneity notice orders: findings from two Victorian homogeneity notice order projects: Understanding sorrow notice apologys (Library): Hazard Notice Systems: Review of 20 years of Progress (systems): 5)      Command and Control: Evaluating the Incident Command System A Critical Evaluation of the Incident Command Order and NIMS: The Incident Command System: A 25-Year Evaluation by California Practitioners: Organizing Apology to Disasters after a while the Incident Command System/Incident Management Order (ICS/IMS): Evaluating the Impact of Improvisation on the Incident Command System: A Modified Single Case Study using the DDD Simulator: From Forest Fires to Hurricane Katrina: Case Studies of Incident Command Systems: 6)      Evacuations in Critical incidents (Focus on General issues for Evacuations or Special Populations) Report to Congress on Catastrophic Hurricane Evacuation Plan Evaluation: Evacuation Conduct in Apology to the Graniteville, South Carolina, Chlorine Spill: Persons after a while Disabilities: Disasters, Evacuations and Persons after a while Disabilities: An Assessment of Key Issues Facing Individuals and Households: Preliminary Observations on the Evacuation of Vulnerable Populations due to Hurricanes and Other Disasters: Pets and Evacuations: Planning for Pet Evacuations during Disasters: 7)      Responding to Active Shooters (Dynamic Events) Preventing Another Mumbai: Building a Police Operational Art: Swarming and the Future of Conflict: Active Shooters on College Campuses: Conflicting Advice, Roles of the Individual and First Responder, and the Need to Maintain Perspective: NYPD – Active Shooter: Recommendations and Analysis for Risk Mitigation:  8)      Emergency Responders and Reporting for Duty (Role Conflict)*** Reporting for Duty?  A Synthesis of Research on Role Conflict, Strain and Abandonment unformed Emergency Responders during Disasters and Catastrophes: Local common bloom workers’ perceptions inland responding to an influenza pandemic: Family-to-Work Conflict unformed Texas Law Enforcement Officers in the Wake of the Hurricane Rita Evacuation (Library): You Tube Video of Presentation by Dr. Trainor on Sorrow Research Center Report:  (9) Cybersecurity Policy Cyber Operations “Tracing the sources of today’s Russian Cyberthreat” “Organizations and Cybercrime: An Analysis of the Nature of Groups engaged in Cyber Crime” “North Korea’s Growing Criminal Cyberthreat” Dorothy Denning “Defining Cybersecurity” “Cyber Border Security – Defining and Defending a National Cyber Border” Phillip Osborn “Cyberlaw and Policy”