OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Oxford Encyclopedia of Crisis Analysis: 2-Volume Set

ISBN : 9780190610623

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著者: 
Eric Stern
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178 x 254 mm
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2022年09月
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  • The volume is one-stop shopping for crisis studies and a number of closely related fields, providing a window onto the latest thinking in the field
  • The articles reflect cutting edge, state of the art scholarship and pose key questions for research and practical development
  • · The article authors are key authorities in their respective areas and bring diverse and comparative perspectives to their work and the volume as a whole

     
Contemporary societies are increasingly crisis-prone, and crises have profound implications for the rapidly changing political, economic, and social landscape. Crises pose major challenges to governments, communities, leaders, and organizations. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Crisis Analysis provides a comprehensive overview of the rapidly emerging and evolving field of crisis studies and explores its connection to several relevant neighboring fields of knowledge. Crises are complex, unfold in diverse political and socio-technical contexts, and must be studied and understood from multiple angles and disciplinary perspectives. This Encyclopedia brings together contributions by experts from political science, public administration, management, international relations, public health, sociology, economics, media and mass communications, the law, and many other fields to explore important theoretical, methodological, empirical, and practical issues related to crisis and crisis management. Articles focus on concepts (crisis as well as closely related concepts such as emergency, disaster, resilience, security etc.), contingencies (natural hazards, major accidents, pandemics, terrorism, social and political conflict among many others), historical and contemporary cases, classic and cutting edge research methods, different "phases" of the crisis/emergency management cycle, as well as documenting a wide range of pitfalls and good practices that can help to forewarn and forearm current and future crisis managers.
       
The 84 essays in this Encyclopedia fall into six main categories: Theory, Concepts, Metatheory and Methodology, Crisis Governance and Regional Perspectives, Bridging Gaps, and Cases & the Evolving Socio-Technical Context. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Crisis Analysis is a key reference for anyone involved in the study, research, or practice of crisis and emergency analysis and management.

目次: 

A
Accountability and Blame Avoidance After Crises (Sanneke Kuipers and Annika Brändström)
Advice, Decision Making, and Leadership in Security Crises (Nicole K. Drumhiller)
Advisory Groups and Crisis (Thomas Preston)
The Agenda-Setting Process and Crises: Toward a Conceptual Framework (Sandra L. Resodihardjo)
Ambivalent Humanitarian Crises and Complex Emergencies (Dennis Dijkzeul and Diana Griesinger)
Animal Welfare and Disasters (Steve Glassey)
Antimicrobial Resistance as a Global Health Crisis (Erik Baekkeskov, Olivier Rubin, Louise Munkholm, and Wesal Zaman)
Assessing Contemporary Crises: Aligning Safety Science and Security Studies (Bibi van den Berg, Ruth Prins, and Sanneke Kuipers)
Avoiding Blame in Policy Crises in Different Institutional Settings (Minou De Ruiter and Sanneke Kuipers)

B
Banking Regulations in and for Crisis (Lydie Cabane and Martin Lodge)
Blame Avoidance and Crisis Inquiries (Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan)
British Crisis Management in a European and Regional Context (John Connolly and Dominic Elliott)
Bureaucracy, the Bureaucratic Politics Model, and Decision Making During Crisis (Hayden J. Smith)
Business Continuity and Crisis Management: Advancing an Academic Discipline to Serve a Profession (Carol Cwiak)

C
Climate and Environmental Crises (Victor Galaz)
Coercive Diplomacy as Crisis Management (Peter Viggo Jakobsen)
Constructivist Perspectives in Crisis Studies (Bert Spector)
Crisis Agenda-Setting and Aviation Security Policy after the September 11 Attacks (Zachary R. Lewis, Kathryn L. Schwaeble, Thomas A. Birkland)
Crisis Communication (Matthew Seeger)
Crisis Coordination in First Responder Organizations (Helge Renå)
The Crisis Cycle (Christer H. Pursianen)
Crisis Development: Normal Accidents and Beyond (Jean-Christophe Le Coze)
Crisis Governance, Emergency Management, and the Digital Revolution (Patrick S. Roberts, Shalini Misra, Joanne Tang)
Crisis Lawyering: Transnational Ethics for Global Emergencies (Ray Brescia)
Crisis Leadership in Higher Education: Historical Overview, Organizational Considerations, and Implications (Ralph A. Gigliotti)
Crisis Mapping and Crowdsourcing in Complex Emergencies (Jen Ziemke, Buddhika Jayamaha, and Molly M. Jahn)
Crisis Memorials: Balancing Renewal and Resilience (Shari R. Veil, Chelsea L. Woods, and Ryan Crace)
Critical Infrastructure Disruption and Crisis Management (Eric K. Stern and Brian Nussbaum)
Cyber-Interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: A Crisis Analysis Case Study (Brian Nussbaum and Brooke Turcotte)

D
Disaster and Crisis Preparedness (David Alexander)
Disaster Risk Reduction (David Alexander)
Disasters and the Theory of Emergency Management (David A. McEntire)
A Disproportionate Policy Perspective on the Politics of Crisis Management (Moshe Maor)

E
Emergencies and the Rule of Law (Clement Fatovic)
The EU Migration Crisis: A Crisis Analysis Case Study (Peter Slominski)
The European Union Financial Crisis: A Critical Analysis (Caner Bakir, Mehmet Kerem Coban, Sinan Akgunay
Evaluating Success and Failure in Crisis Management (Allan McConnell)

F
Financial Turbulence and Crisis (Caner Bakir, Sinan Akgunay, and Mehmet Kerem Coban)
Flood Damage Assessments: Theory and Evidence from the United States (Laura Bakkensen and Logan Blair)
Foundations of Responsive Crisis Management: Institutional Design and Information (Kees Boersma and Jeroen Wolbers)
Frontline Workers in Crisis Management (Jori Pascal Kalkman)

H
Hurricane Katrina: Analyzing a Mega-Disaster (Arjen Boin, Christer Brown, and James A. Richardson)
Hurricane Maria: Disaster Response in Puerto Rico (Havidán Rodriguez and Marie T. Mora)
Hurricane Sandy: A Crisis Analysis Case Study (Sara Bondesson)

I
Image Repair in Crisis Communication (William L. Benoit)
Information and Communication Technology in Crisis and Disaster Management (Deedee Bennett)
Institutional Amnesia and Crisis Management Analysis (Alastair Stark)
Institutional and Organizational Crisis: The CIA After 9/11 (Simon Willmetts and Constant Hijzen)
International Crises Interrogated: Modeling the Escalation Process with Quantitative Methods (Evgeniia Iakhnis, Stefanie Neumeier, Anne Van Wijk, and Patrick James)
The International Crisis Behavior Project (Kyle Beardsley, Patrick James, Jonathan Wilkenfeld, and Michael Brecher)

K
Key Actors in the Management of Crises: European Union (Arya Honarmand and Mark Rhinard)
Key Actors in the Management of Crises: International and Regional Organizations (Eva-Karin Gardell and Bertjan Verbeek)

L
Learning and Crisis (Edward Deverell)
Legitimacy Strategies and Crisis Communication (Jesper Falkheimer)

M
Maintaining Resilience in Times of Crisis: Insights From High-Reliability Organizations (Tiffany M. Bisbey, Molly P. Kilcullen, and Eduardo Salas)
Managing Critical Infrastructures in Crisis (Louise K. Comfort)
The Meta-Leadership Model for Crisis Leadership (Eric J. McNulty, Leonard Marcus, Jennifer O. Grimes, Joseph Henderson, and Richard Serino)
Mitigation: Learning From and Anticipating Crises (Elyse Zavar and Brendan Lavy)
Multiple Perspectives and Comparative Case Studies of Crisis Decision Making (David Patrick Houghton)
The Myth of Disaster Myths (Benigno E. Aguirre)

N
Negotiation in the Law Enforcement Context (Gregory M. Vecchi)
Networks and Crisis Management (Ryan Scott and Branda Nowell)
The 1956 Suez Crisis as a Perfect Case for Crisis Research (Bertjan Verbeek)

O
The Ontology of International Crisis (David A. Welch)
Organizational and Institutional Crisis Management (Sanneke Kuipers and Jeroen Wolbers)

P
Pandemic Preparedness and Responses to the 2009 H1N1 Influenza: Crisis Management and Public Policy Insights (Erik Baekkeskov)
The Poliheuristic Theory of Crisis Decision Making and Applied Decision Analysis (Inbal Hakman, Alex Mintz, and Steven B. Redd)
The Politics of Crisis Terminology (Allan McConnell)
Process Tracing in Crisis Decision Making (Derek Beach)
Psychology of Crisis and Trauma (Ann Enander)
Public Opinion and Public Support in Crisis Management (Zoe Ang, Benjamin S. Noble, and Andrew Reeves)

R
Recovery From Disasters (Jane Kushma)
Red Teaming and Crisis Preparedness (Gary Ackerman and Douglas Clifford)
Revolutions and Constitutional Crisis (Johannes Vüllers)
The Role of Analogies in Crisis Decision Making (David Patrick Houghton)

S
SARS: A Crisis Analysis Case Study (Lan Xue and Kaibin Zhong)
Social Complexity, Crisis, and Management (Emery Roe)
Social Media in Emergency Management (Clayton Wukich)
Storytelling and Narrative Research in Crisis and Disaster Studies (Alessandra Jerolleman)
Survey Methods in Crisis Management (Scott E. Robinson and Junghwa Choi)

T
Threat Framing (Johan Eriksson)

U
Understanding Urban Riots (David Waddington and Matthew Moran)

V
Vulnerabilities and Cyberspace: A New Kind of Crises (Bibi van den Berg and Sanneke Kuipers)
Vulnerable Groups During Crisis (Sarah E. DeYoung)

W
Whole-of-Government Crisis Management: From Research to Practice (Kathryn H. Floyd)

著者について: 

Eric K. Stern is Professor of Political Science at the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity at the University at Albany (SUNY). Dr. Stern holds a PhD from Stockholm University and a BA from Dartmouth College. He has published extensively in the fields of crisis and emergency management, crisis communication, resilience, security studies, executive leadership, foreign policy analysis, and political psychology. He is also affiliated with the Swedish Defense University, where he served as Director of the National Center for Crisis Management Research and Training (CRISMART) from 2004 to 2011. He is co-editor of Crisis Lawyering (NYU Press, 2021) and co-author of The Politics of Crisis Management: Public Leadership Under Pressure, 2e (Cambridge University Press, 2017), winner of the American Political Science Association's Herbert A. Simon Award. Other key areas of interest and expertise include social media and crisis preparedness, postcrisis evaluation and learning, interactive education and instructional design, and case research/teaching methodologies. In addition to his scholarly work, Professor Stern has collaborated closely with a number of international organizations as well as European, Asian, and US government agencies on a wide range of applied research and educational-including training and exercise development-projects.
    
Contributors:
Gary Ackerman, College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security, and Cybersecurity, University at Albany, State University of New York
Benigno E. Aguirre, Disaster Research Center, University of Delaware
Sinan Akgunay, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Middle East Technical University
David Alexander, University College London
Zoe Ang, Department of Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis
Erik Baekkeskov, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne
Caner Bakir, College of Administrative Sciences and Economics, Koç University
Laura Bakkensen, School of Government and Public Policy, University of Arizona
Derek Beach, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University
Kyle Beardsley, Department of Political Science, Duke University
Deedee Bennett, College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity, University at Albany, State University of New York
William L. Benoit, Department of Communication Studies, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Thomas A. Birkland, Department of Public Administration, North Carolina State University
Tiffany M. Bisbey, Department of Psychological Sciences, Rice University
Logan Blair, School of Government and Public Policy, University of Arizona
Kees Boersma, Department of Organization Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Arjen Boin, Department of Public Institutions and Governance, Leiden University
Sara Bondesson, Department of Security, Strategy and Leadership, Swedish Defence University
Annika Brändström, Center for Crisis Management Research and Training, Swedish Defence University
Michael Brecher, Department of Political Science, McGill University
Ray Brescia, Professor of Law, Albany Law School
Christer Brown, European Commission
Lydie Cabane, Institute for Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University
Junghwa Choi, Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Douglas Clifford, Center for Advanced Red Teaming, SUNY Albany
Louise K. Comfort, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh
John Connolly, School of Media, Culture, and Society, University of the West of Scotland
Ryan Crace, University of Texas at Austin
Carol Cwiak, Emergency Management and Disaster Science, North Dakota State University
Minou De Ruiter, School of Governance, Utrecht University
Edward Deverell, Department of Security, Strategy, and Leadership, Swedish Defense University
Sarah E. DeYoung, Disaster Research Center, University of Delaware
Dennis Dijkzeul, Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict, Ruhr University Bochum
Nicole Drumhiller, School of Security and Global Studies, American Public University System
Dominic Elliott, School of Media, Culture, and Society, University of the West of Scotland
Ann Enander, Department of Security, Strategy, and Leadership, Swedish Defence University
Johan Eriksson, Department of Political Science, Södertörn University
Jesper Falkheimer, Department of Strategic Communication, Lund University
Clement Fatovic, Florida International University
Kathryn H. Floyd, Whole of Government Center of Excellence, College of William & Mary
Victor Galaz, Stockholm University, Stockholm Resilience Centre
Eva-Karin Gardell, Department of Security, Strategy and Leadership, Swedish Defence University
Ralph A. Gigliotti, Center for Organizational Leadership, Rutgers University
Steve Glassey, Department of Sociology and Criminology, University of Otago
Diana Griesinger, Department of Human Geography, Heidelberg University
Jennifer O. Grimes, Harvard University
Inbal Hakman, The Jewish People Policy Institute
Joseph Henderson, National Preparedness Leadership Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Constant Hijzen, Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University
Arya Honarmand, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency
David Patrick Houghton, Department of Political Science, U.S. Naval War College
Evgeniia Iakhnis , Department of International Relations, University of Southern California
Molly M. Jahn, Jahn Research Group, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Patrick James, Department of International Relations, University of Southern California
Buddhika Jayamaha, Department of Military and Strategic Studies, United States Air Force Academy
Alessandra Jerolleman, Emergency Management, Jacksonville State University
Mehmet Kerem Çoban, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Kadir Has University
Molly P. Kilcullen, Department of Psychological Sciences, Rice University
Sanneke Kuipers, Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University
Jane Kushma, Department of Emergency Management, Jacksonville State University
Brendan Lavy, Department of Environmental Sciences, Texas Christian University
Jean-Christophe Le Coze, Institut National de l'Environnement Industriel et Des Risques
Zachary R. Lewis, Department of Public Administration, North Carolina State University
Martin Lodge, Department of Government, The London School of Economics and Political Science
Moshe Maor, Department of Political Science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Leonard Marcus, National Preparedness Leadership Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Allan McConnell, Department of Political Science, The University of Sydney
David A. McEntire, Department of Emergency Services, Utah Valley University
Eric J. McNulty, Program for Health Care Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Alex Mintz, Lauder School of Government, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya
Shalini Misra, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech
Marie T. Mora, Department of Economics, University of Missouri, St. Louis
Matthew Moran, Department of War Studies, King's College London
Louise Munkholm, Department of Social Sciences and Business, Roskilde University
Stefanie Neumeier, Department of International Relations, University of Southern California
Benjamin S. Noble, Department of Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis
Branda Nowell, School of Public and International Affairs, North Carolina State University
Brian Nussbaum, College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity, University at Albany, State University of New York
Jori Pascal Kalkman, Faculty of Military Sciences, Netherlands Defence Academy
Thomas Preston, School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs, Washington State University
Ruth Prins, Research Fellow, Leiden University
Christer H. Pursiainen, Department of Technology and Safety, The Arctic University of Norway
Steven B. Redd, Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Andrew Reeves, Department of Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis
Helge Renå, Faculty of Law, University of Bergen
Sandra L. Resodihardjo, Department of Public Administration, Radboud University
Mark Rhinard, Department of Economic History and International Relations, Stockholm University
James A. Richardson, Public Administration Institute, Louisiana State University
Patrick S. Roberts, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech
Scott E. Robinson, Department of Political Science, The University of Oklahoma
Havidán Rodriguez, University at Albany, State University of New York
Emery Roe, Center for Catastrophic Risk Management, University of California Berkeley
Olivier Rubin, Department of Social Sciences and Business, Roskilde University
Eduardo Salas, Department of Psychological Sciences, Rice University
Kathryn L. Schwaeble, Department of Public Administration, North Carolina State University
Ryan Scott, School of Public and International Affairs, North Carolina State University
Matthew Seeger, Department of Communication, Wayne State University
Richard Serino, National Preparedness Leadership Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Peter Slominski, Department of Political Science, University of Vienna
Hayden J. Smith, Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, Western Carolina University
Bert Spector, D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University
Alastair Stark, School of Political Science & International Studies, University of Queensland
Eric K. Stern, College of Emergency Preparedness, University at Albany
Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan, Department of Political Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Joanne Tang, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech
Brooke Turcotte, College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity, University at Albany, State University of New York
Bibi van den Berg, Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University
Anne Van Wijk, Department of International Relations, University of Southern California
Gregory M. Vecchi, Graduate School of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security, Keiser University
Shari R. Veil, College of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Bertjan Verbeek, Department of International Relations, Radboud University
Peter Viggo Jakobsen, Institute for Strategy, Royal Danish Defence College
Johannes Vüllers, University of Duisburg-Essen
David Waddington, Department of Communication and Computing Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University
David A. Welch, Department of Political Science, Balsillie School of International Affairs
Jonathan Wilkenfeld, Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland
Simon Willmetts, Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University
Jeroen Wolbers, Institute for Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University
Chelsea L. Woods, School of Communication, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Clayton Wukich, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University
Lan Xue, Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University
Wesal Zaman, Department of Social Sciences and Business, Roskilde University
Elyse Zavar, Department of Emergency Management and Disaster Science, University of North Texas
Kaibin Zhong, National Institute of Emergency Management, Chinese Academy of Governance
Jen Ziemke, Department of Political Science, John Carroll University

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