ESA’19

RN08_01: Comparative Perspectives on Socio-Economic Crisis

Time: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019: 11:00am – 12:30pm
Session Chair: Nina Blom Andersen, University College Copenhagen   
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

Exploring Solidarity Practices in Times of Crisis in Greece: Applications of Mixed Method Designs
Stefania Kalogeraki
University of Crete, Greece

The Refugee Crisis In Greece: Early Narratives On Social Disasters Through The Daily Press.
Joanna Tsiganou1, Grigoris Gkougkousis2, Dimitris Tourlidas3, Christina Varouxi1, Ifigeneia Vagia2
1National Centre for Social Research, Athens, Greece; 2Panteion University, Athens, Greece; 3National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece

Migration Crisis in Europe as a Test for Resilience of European Societies?
Barbara Pasamonik, Danuta Duch
The Maria Grzegorzewska University, Poland

International Humanitarian Aid Operations in the Protracted Refugee and Migration Crisis in Greece since 2015
Cordula Dittmer, Daniel F. Lorenz
Disaster Research Unit (DRU), Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

RN08_02: Disasters, Traumas and Opportunity?

Time: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Session Chair: Daniel F. Lorenz, Freie Universität Berlin
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

Cultural Traumas, Human and Sustainable Development. The 1980 Earthquake in Italy after over Thirty Years
Emiliana Mangone
University of Salerno, Italy

Can Natural Disaster Be An Opportunity? Studying De-Population Of Central Italy Rural Communities After The 1997 Earthquake.
Federico Fantechi
Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy

Are You Willing to Stay in Public Emergency Shelter? The Factors Influence Households’ Sheltering plan for Flood and Slope-land Disasters
Hui-Hsuan {Phoetion} Yang
National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction, Taiwan

Trust, Social Determinants, and Resource Distribution after a Catastrophic Typhoon
Hsiang-Chieh LEE1,2, Chuan-Zhong Deng1, Hongey Chen1,2
1National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction, Taiwan; 2National Taiwan University

RN08_03: Disaster Management and International Responses

Time: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019: 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Session Chair: Daniel F. Lorenz, Freie Universität Berlin
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

International Deployments and Organized Crime
Diego R. Fernandez Otegui
University of Delaware, United States of America

Build-Back Better? How Post-Disaster Emotions Hamper the Use of Resilience in the Reinstatement of Damaged Homes and Businesses
Tim Harries1, Jessica Lamond2, Claire Twigger-Ross3
1Kingston University, United Kingdom; 2University of the West of England, United Kingdom; 3Collingwood Environmental Planning, United Kingdom

Boundary Work to Conduct Business as Usual: Interaction at the Boundary Between the Affected Organization and Emergency Responders
Olof Oscarsson
Mid Sweden University, Sweden

Navigating the European Landscape of Disaster Risk Reduction – The Case of Data and Socioeconomic Factors
Jorgen Sparf
Mid Sweden University, Risk and Crisis Research Centre, Sweden

RN08_04: Disaster Planning and Practice

Time: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Session Chair: Eugenia Petropoulou, University of Crete, Greece
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

The Ladies Came With Cookies. Gender Norms In Crisis Management
Erna Danielsson1, Kerstin Eriksson2
1Mid Sweden University, Sweden; 2RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

Disasters And The Forces At Work Within Communities.
Graham Lewis Marsh
Coventry University, Australia

The Case of Västmanland: Unaffiliated Volunteers Use of Private Networks to Gain Acceptance
Sophie Kolmodin1,2
1Mid Sweden University, Sweden; 2Risk and Crisis Research Center

RN08_05: Social Dimensions of Disaster Preparedness and Response

Time: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019: 11:00am – 12:30pm
Session Chair: Eugenia Petropoulou, University of Crete, Greece
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

Emergence and Volunteerism in Disaster Response Operations
Roine Johansson1, Erna Danielsson1, Linda Kvarnlöf1, Kerstin Eriksson2
1Mid Sweden University, Sweden; 2RISE The Research Institute of Sweden

Disasters, Invisible Citizenship and the Role of Victims’ Associations
José Manuel Mendes
University of Coimbra, Faculty of Economics, Centre for Social Studies, Portugal

Adaptation to Climate Change: Instrumentalisation and Narratives
Julie Gobert1, Florence Rudolf2
1Ecole nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, France; 2INSA, Strasbourg, France

The Missing Link in Building Resilience for Disasters: Social Vulnerability
Hediye Sibel Kalaycioglu1, Kezban Celik2, Sinan Turkyılmaz3, Umit Celen4, Emin Yahya Mentese5, Sema Kara6
1Middle East Technical University, Turkey; 2TED Unıversity, Ankara Turkey; 3Hacettepe Unıversıty, Ankara Turkey; 4Amasya Unıversıty, Amasya Turkey; 5Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Turkey; 6Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Turkey

RN08_06: Crises and Conflicts in Society

Time: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Session Chair: Eugenia Petropoulou, University of Crete, Greece
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

Prevention of the Risk of Radicalization of the Second-generation of Islamic Migrants through Strategies of Communication
Alessio Ceccherelli1, Andrea Volterrani1, Domenica Fiordistella Iezzi1, Laura Di Pasquale1, Elisabetta Gola2
1University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy; 2University of Cagliari

Effects of Military Conflict on Combatants, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and their Relatives in Ukraine
Alberto Veira-Ramos1, Tetiana Liubyva2
1Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain; 2Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

From 9/11 To Dorotea: A Story Of How The War On Terror Ended Up In A Rural Municipality In The North Of Sweden
Robin Andersson Malmros
University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Value Consequences of the Armed Conflict
Musa Movlievich Yusupov
Chechen State University, Russian Federation

RN08_07: Resilience: Concepts and Perspectives

Time: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019: 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Session Chair: Antti Silvast, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

How (not) to Develop Resilient Societies? – Conceptual and Empirical Remarks on the Social Aspects of Resilience
Peter Balogh
University of Szeged, Hungary

Security Targets for Critical Infrastructures
Jennifer Hartmann, Agnetha Schuchardt, Thomas Kox
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Infrastructure Resilience and Energy Systems Integration
Antti Silvast1,2, Simone Abram1
1Durham University, United Kingdom; 2Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Strengthening Resilience of German Emergency Responders
Agnetha Schuchardt, Sophie Kroeling
Freie University Berlin, Germany

RN08_08: Disaster Management Policy

Time: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Session Chair: Antti Silvast, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

Tourism and Disaster – Effects and Causes of the “Himalayan Tsunami”
Daniel F. Lorenz, Cordula Dittmer
Disaster Research Unit (DRU), Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Legionella, vulnerabilities and mistrust – a Portuguese case
João Guerra
University of Lisbon, Portugal

Inter-organizational Institutional Learning of Public Authorities and Security Organizations on the Example of the „Refugee Crisis“
Patricia M. Schütte1, Jana-Andrea Frommer2, Malte Schönefeld1, Andreas Werner2, Frank Fiedrich1, Gustav Zoller2
1University of Wuppertal, Germany; 2German Police University, Germany

The Organizational Conflicts Impacting the Emergency Medical Services in Mass Gatherings: A Case Study of the Hajj.
Abdulhadi A. AL Ruwaithi
University of Delaware, United States of America

RN08_BM: RN08 Business Meeting

Time: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019: 7:30pm – 8:30pm 
Chair: Antti Silvast, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Chair: Eugenia Petropoulou, University of Crete, Greece
Location: UP.4.214
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

RN08_09: Science, Technology and Disaster Studies

Time: Friday, 23/Aug/2019: 11:00am – 12:30pm
Session Chair: Antti Silvast, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Location: UP.4.214 
University of Manchester Building: University Place, Fourth Floor Oxford Road

Planning Across Borders: Exploring the Emerging Ethics of Information Technology for Transboundary Disaster Preparedness
Katrina Petersen
Trilateral Research, United Kingdom

Domestication Theory and ANT as Theoretical Tools for Research on Digital Everyday Risks in connected households
Ardis Storm-Mathisen, Dag Slettemeås
Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

Using 3D Technology to Increace Effeciveness of Communication in Crisis Situations
Grzegorz Banerski, Katarzyna Abramczuk
National Information Processing Institute, Poland

Searching for the Development of a Crisis-Resilient Operational Definition of Social Innovation in Short Food Supply Chains
Eugenia Petropoulou1, Constantine Iliopoulos2, Irini Theodorakopoulou2, Vassiliki Petousi1
1University of Crete, Greece, Greece; 2Agricultural Economics Research Institute Hellenic Agricultural Organization-DEMETER

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