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Design inom olycks- och krishanteringsområdet med fokus på ledning

Tehler, Henrik LU and Berndt, Brehmer (2013) 1021.
Abstract
Emergency and crisis management research is tightly coupled to practical problems. Yet, within that research tradition, surprisingly little has been done in terms of developing a practice of design research. The present report presents literature surveys aimed at investigating how, and to what extent, such research has been conducted. Although the focus is on command and control problems the material is also valid for

other types of crisis management research. The report contains information from one

interview study and two workshops in Sweden where similar issues have been

investigated from a practical standpoint. We conclude that there is not much research

in the area of crisis management that can be... (More)
Emergency and crisis management research is tightly coupled to practical problems. Yet, within that research tradition, surprisingly little has been done in terms of developing a practice of design research. The present report presents literature surveys aimed at investigating how, and to what extent, such research has been conducted. Although the focus is on command and control problems the material is also valid for

other types of crisis management research. The report contains information from one

interview study and two workshops in Sweden where similar issues have been

investigated from a practical standpoint. We conclude that there is not much research

in the area of crisis management that can be classified as design research and the

examples that have been found often miss crucial elements. We end the report by

suggesting a framework for design research in the field of risk and emergency and crisis

management research. (Less)
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interview study and two workshops in Sweden where similar issues have been<br/><br>
investigated from a practical standpoint. We conclude that there is not much research<br/><br>
in the area of crisis management that can be classified as design research and the<br/><br>
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suggesting a framework for design research in the field of risk and emergency and crisis<br/><br>
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  author       = {Tehler, Henrik and Berndt, Brehmer},
  institution  = {LUCRAM, Lund University},
  issn         = {1404-2983},
  language     = {swe},
  title        = {Design inom olycks- och krishanteringsområdet med fokus på ledning},
  volume       = {1021},
  year         = {2013},
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