The emergence of crisis mapping is an example of how an increasing number of citizens now participate in crisis communication. To understand this trend, a more differentiated view of crisis mapping as a phenomenon and as a tool is needed to understand its benefits and limitations as well as its larger political and social effects in various settings.
Author: Myriam Dunn Cavelty, Jennifer Giroux
Editor: Daiel Trachsler
Series: CSS Analysis in Security Policy