Mobile Technology and the Transformation of Public Alert and Warning

by
Hamilton Beanauthor
Art Botterell
Mobile Technology and the Transformation of Public Alert and Warning

20191031

Praeger

Pages 240
Topics Crisis Communication;Disaster Communication;Emergency Management;False Alarms;Homeland Security;Law Enforcement;Messages;Mobile Alerts;Risk Communication;Security Studies: Science, Technology, and Security;Technology

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Mobile Technology and the Transformation of Public Alert and Warning

Author(s): Bean, Hamilton;
Contributors: Bean, Hamilton;
Abstract:

This timely book provides the inside story of the development of mobile public alert and warning technology in the United States and addresses similar systems being used in Australia, Canada, Japan, and the Netherlands.


Offers a critical assessment of the development, use, and consequences of mobile public alert and warning technologies in the United States from 2006 to the present

  • Provides a comparative discussion of the development, use, and consequences of mobile public alert and warning technologies in Australia, Canada, Japan, and the Netherlands
  • Offers a reader-friendly, state-of-the-art assessment of empirical research concerning mobile public alert and warning messages
  • Includes three case studies that show the relevance of research with respect to the efficacy of mobile alert and warning technology in response to danger

  • SortTitle: mobile technology and the transformation of public alert and warning
    Keyword(s): Crisis Communication; Disaster Communication; Emergency Management; False Alarms; Homeland Security; Law Enforcement; Messages; Mobile Alerts; Risk Communication; Security Studies: Science, Technology, and Security; Technology
    Author Info:
    Hamilton Beanauthor
    Art Botterell
    eISBN-13: 9781440866036
    Cover Image URL: ~~FreeAttachments/9781440866036.jpg
    Print ISBN-13: 9781440866029
    Imprint: Praeger
    Pages: 240
    Publication Date: 20191031
    Series: Praeger Security International