Social architecture considerations in assessing social media for emergency information management applications

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Journal Article
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Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 2015, 30 (1), pp. 17 - 21
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2015-01-01
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The emergency management industry is showing a significant interest in the adoption of social media for sourcing and disseminating crisis information. The emergency management industry needs to identify social architecture concerns when considering the adoption of a specific social media technology. Social architecture describes the properties and environment of a social system such as the 'emergency management system'. This paper identifies a set of 21 social architecture concerns based on recent qualitative research. This set of social architecture concerns can be used as a criteria list to assess the effectiveness of social media platforms for emergency information management applications.
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