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Applications of Social Network Analysis for Building Community Disaster Resilience: Workshop Summary Appendix B Selected Recent References on Disaster Resilience, Social Networks, and Social Network Analysis The first part of this appendix is a bibliography of references compiled in January 2009 by the National Research Council Committee on Applications of Social Network Analysis for Building Community Disaster Resilience. These references were provided to workshop participants in briefing materials distributed prior to the workshop. Given the broad range of research professionals and practitioners that were to attend the meeting, the committee prepared the bibliography in order to provide general background on the topics of social network analysis (SNA) and resiliency for those unfamiliar with the research or terminologies in these fields. Workshop participants were invited to provide additional references. These are included in the final sections of this appendix. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY PREPARED BY THE WORKSHOP PLANNING COMMITTEE Books Carrington, P. J., J. Scott, and S. Wasserman, eds. 2005. Methods and Models in Social Network Analysis. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 328 pp. Freeman, L. 2004. The Development of Social Network Analysis: A Study in the Sociology of Science. Vancouver: Empirical Press, 205 pp. Grotberg, E. H., ed. 2003. Resilience for Today: Gaining Strength from Adversity. Westport, CT: Praeger, 281 pp. Lindell, M. K., and R. W. Perry. 1992. Behavioral Foundations of Community Emergency Planning. Washington, D.C.: Hemisphere Press, 309 pp. NRC. 2006. Community Disaster Resilience: A Summary of the March 20, 2006, Workshop of the Disasters Roundtable. Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press, 15 pp. Schoon, I. 2006. Risk and Resilience: Adaptations in Changing Times. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 222 pp.
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Applications of Social Network Analysis for Building Community Disaster Resilience: Workshop Summary Scott, J. 2000. Social Network Analysis: A Handbook. Newberry Park, Calif.: SAGE Publications, 208 pp. Tierney, K., M. K. Lindell, and R. W. Perry. 2001. Facing the Unexpected: Disaster Preparedness and Response in the United States. Washington, D.C.: Joseph Henry Press, 306 pp. Wasserman, S., and K. Faust. 1994. Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 825 pp. Articles Anderson, W. A. 2008. Mobilization of the black community following Hurricane Katrina: From disaster assistance to advocacy of social change and equity. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 26(3):198-218. Beaudoin, C. E. 2007. News, social capital and health in the context of Katrina. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 18(2):418-430. Berke, P. R., and T. J. Campanella. 2006. Planning for post-disaster resiliency. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 604(1):192-207. Black, K., and M. Lobo. 2008. A conceptual review of family resilience factors. Journal of Family Nursing 14(1):33-55. Campanella, T. J. 2006. Urban resilience and the recovery of New Orleans. Journal of the American Planning Association 72(2):141-146. Carley, K. M. 2006. A dynamic network approach to the assessment of terrorist groups and the impact of alternative courses of action. In Visualising Network Information (pp. KN1-1-KN1-10). Meeting Proceedings RTO-MP-IST-063, Keynote 1. Neuilly-sur-Seine, France: RTO. Available from: http://www.rto.nato.int/abstracts.asp. Chen, A. C. C., V. M. Keith, K. J. Leong, C. Airriess, W. Li, K.-Y. Chung, and C.-C. Lee. 2007. Hurricane Katrina: prior trauma, poverty and health among Vietnamese-American survivors. International Nursing Review 54(4):324-331. Colten, C. E., R. W. Kates, and S. Laska. 2008. Community Resilience: Lessons from New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina. CARRI Research Report #3. Available at http://www.resilientus.org/reports.html. Cutter, S. L., L. Barnes, M. Berry, C. G. Burton, E. Evans, E. Tate, and J. Webb. 2008. Community and Regional Resilience: Perspectives from Hazards, Disasters and Emergency Management. CARRI Research Report #1. Available at http://www.resilientus.org/reports.html. Cutter, S. L., L. Barnes, M. Berry, C. G. Burton, E. Evans, E. Tate, and J. Webb. 2008. A place-based model for understanding community resilience to natural disasters. Global Environmental Change 18(4):598-606. Gunderson, L. 2008. Comparing Ecological and Human Community Resilience. CARRI Research Report #5. Available at http://www.resilientus.org/reports.html. Harrald, J. R. 2009. Achieving agility in disaster management. International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response Management 1(1):1-11. Israel, B. A. 1985. Social Networks and Social Support: Implications for Natural Helper and Community Level Interventions. Health Education Quarterly 12(1):65-80.
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Applications of Social Network Analysis for Building Community Disaster Resilience: Workshop Summary Joshi, P. T., and S. M. Lewin. 2004. Disaster, terrorism: Addressing the effects of traumatic events on children and their families is critical to long-term recovery and resilience. Psychiatric Annals 34(9):710-716. Kautz, H., B. Selman, and M. Shah. 1997. Combining social networks and collaborative filtering. Communications of the ACM 40(3):63-65. Manyena, S. B. 2006. The concept of resilience revisited. Disasters 30(4):434-450. Mathbor, G. M. 2007. Enhancement of community preparedness for natural disasters-The role of social work in building social capital for sustainable disaster relief and management. International Social Work 50(3):357-369. Moore, S., M. Daniel, L. Linnan, M. Campbell, S. Benedict, and A. Meier. 2004. After Hurricane Floyd passed: investigating the social determinants of disaster preparedness and recovery. Family and Community Health 27(3):204-217. Morrow, B. H. 2008. Community Resilience: A Social Justice Perspective. CARRI Research Report #4. Available at http://www.resilientus.org/reports.html. Norris, F. H., and S. P. Stevens. 2007. Community resilience and the principles of mass trauma intervention. Psychiatry-Interpersonal and Biological Processes 70(4):320-328. Norris, F. H., S. P. Stevens, B. Pfefferbaum, K. F. Wyche, and R. L. Pfefferbaum. 2008. Community resilience as a metaphor: Theory, set of capacities, and strategy for disaster readiness. American Journal of Community Psychology 41(1-2):127-150. Pais, J. E., and J. R. Elliott. 2008. Places as recovery machines: Vulnerability and neighborhood change after major hurricanes. Social Forces 86(4):1415-1453. Ritchie, L. A., and D. A. Gill. 2007. Social capital theory as an integrating theoretical framework in technological disaster research. Sociological Spectrum 27(1):103-129. Sadovich, J. 2008. Review-Disaster resilience: An integrated approach. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 4(4): Article 6. Schoch-Spana, M., C. Franco, J. B. Nuzzo, and C. Usenza. 2007. Community engagement: leadership tool for catastrophic health events. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism : Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 5(1): 8-25. Schoch-Spana, M., B. Courtney, C. Franco, A. Norwood, and J. B. Nuzzo. 2008. Community resilience roundtable on implementation of Homeland Security Presidential Directive 21 (HSPD-21). Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 6(3): 269-278. Troy, D. A., A. Carson, J. Vanderbeek, and A. Hutton. 2008. Enhancing community-based disaster preparedness with information technology. Disasters 32(1):149-165. Vogel, C., S. C. Moser, R. E. Kasperson, and G. D. Dabelko. 2007. Linking vulnerability, adaptation, and resilience science to practice: Pathways, players, and partnerships. Global Environmental Change 17(3-4):349-364. Walsh, F. 2007. Traumatic loss and major disasters: Strengthening family and community resilience. Family Process 46(2):207-227. Zakour, M. J., and E. B. Harrell. 2003. Access to disaster services: Social work interventions for vulnerable populations. Journal of Social Service Research 30(2):27-54.
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Applications of Social Network Analysis for Building Community Disaster Resilience: Workshop Summary ADDITIONAL MATERIAL SUGGESTED BY WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS Books Li, C., and J. Bernoff. 2008. Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies. Boston: Forrester Research, 282 pp. Mackay, C. 1841. Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the madness of Crowds. New York: Three Rivers Press, 740pp. Surowiecki, J. 2004. The Wisdom of Crowds. New York: Random House, Inc., 320 pp. Articles Butts, C. T. 2008. A relational event framework for social action. Sociological Methodology 38(1):155-200. Butts, C. T.; M. Petrescu-Prahova, and B. R. Cross. 2007. Responder communication networks in the World Trade Center disaster: Implications for modeling of communication within emergency settings. Journal of Mathematical Sociology 31(2):121-147. Comfort, L. K. 2002. Rethinking security: Organizational fragility in extreme events. Public Administration Review 62(s1):98-107. Comfort, L. K. 2005. Risk, security and disaster management. Annual Review of Political Science 8 (June):335-356. First published online as a Review in Advance on Mar. 17, 2005. Comfort, L. K. 2006. Cities at risk: Hurricane Katrina and the drowning of New Orleans. Urban Affairs Review 41(4):501-516. Comfort, L. K. 2006. Communication, coherence, and collective action: The impact of Hurricane Katrina on communications infrastructure. Public Works Management and Policy 10(4):328-343. Comfort, L. K. 2007. Asymmetric information processes in extreme events: The 26 December 2004 Sumatran earthquake and tsunami. In Communicable Crises: Prevention, Response and Recovery in the Global Arena, D. Gibbons, ed. pp. 135-165 Charlotte: Information Age Publishing. Comfort, L. K. 2007. Crisis management in hindsight: Cognition, communication, coordination, and control. Public Administration Review (Special Issue, Administrative Failure in the Wake of Katrina) 67(s1):S188-S196. Comfort, L. K., and N. Kapucu. 2006. Inter-organizational coordination in extreme events: The World Trade Center attacks, September 11, 2001. Natural Hazards 39(2):309-327. Comfort, L. K. and C. Wukich. 2009. Designing resilience: Building community capacity for action. In disaster management: Global Challenges and Local Solutions, R. Shaw. and R. R. Krishnamurthy, eds.. Hyderabad: Universities Press India. Comfort, L. K., K. Ko, and A. Zagorecki. 2004. Coordination in rapidly evolving systems: The role of information. American Behavioral Scientist 48(3): 295-313. Cutter, S. L., L. Barnes, M. Berry, C. Burton, E. Evans, E. Tate, and J. Webb. 2008. A place-based model for understanding community resilience to natural disasters. Global Environmental Change 18(2008):598-606.
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Applications of Social Network Analysis for Building Community Disaster Resilience: Workshop Summary Kalashnikov, D. V., Y. Ma, S. Mehrotra, R. Hariharan, and C. T. Butts. 2006. Modeling and querying uncertain spatial information for situational awareness applications. In Proceedings of the 14th Annual ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM SIGIR), pp. 131-138. New York: ACM Press. Lenhart, A., and S. Fox. Twitter and status updating. Pew Internet & American Life Project. Available online at http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/276/report_display.asp. Accessed February 20, 2009. Lind, B. E., M. Tirado, C. T. Butts, and M. Petrescu-Prahova. 2008. Brokerage roles in disaster response: Organisational mediation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. International Journal of Emergency Management 5(1-2):75-99. Mehrotra, S., C. T. Butts, D. V. Kalashnikov, N. Venkatasubramanian, R. Rao, G. Chockalingam, R. Eguchi, B. Adams, and C. Huyck. 2003. Project RESCUE: Challenges in responding to the unexpected. SPIE Journal of Electronic Imaging, Displays, and Medical Imaging 5304(January):179-192. Mehrotra, S., C. T. Butts, D. V. Kalashnikov, N. Venkatasubramanian, K. Altintas, R. Hariharan, H. Lee, Y. Ma, A. Myers, J. Wickramasuriya, R. Eguchi, and C. Huyck. 2004. CAMAS: A citizen awareness system for crisis mitigation. In Proceedings of the 2004 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data, eds. G. Weikum, A.C. König, and S. DeBloch, pp. 955-956. New York: Association for Computing Machinery. Petrescu-Prahova, M., and C. T. Butts. Forthcoming. Emergent coordinators in the World Trade Center disaster. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters.
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