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Early crisis warning system using community engagement through social network sites in times of disaster

Study case of the Dead Sea flash floods

Korai krízisjelző rendszerek alkalmazása a közösség bevonásával katasztrófák idején a közösségi oldalakon keresztül

A 2018-as holt-tengeri villámárvizek példája
Scientia et Securitas
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Abdelkarim Alhloul

–320. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-801477-6.00005-8 6 Ellison, N.B. et al. (2018) Social Networking Sites in the Aftermath of a Crisis – The Enabling Role for, 13, pp. 210

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védelme a magyar munkajogban (Bába K. 2008 ) Boyd , D. and Ellison , N. , ‘ Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship ’ ( 2008 ) 13 Journal of Computer

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. A. Dunne M. Lawlor J. Rowley 2010 Young people's use of online social networking sites — A uses

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Introduction Recent research argues that social networking sites (SNSs) are potentially addictive and their problematic use (i.e., Problematic Social Network Sites Use, PSNSU) shares core components with substance use disorders (SUDs) and behavioral

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Introduction The latest technological advancements played a key role in changing the way individuals experience social networking sites (SNS) and video games. Although these developments enhanced users’ overall experiences

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Introduction Social networking sites (SNSs) have increased inpopularity due to the development of mobile 4G technology and the wide adoption of smartphones. SNSs have become an important platform for sharing information as well

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involves engagement with specific Internet applications such as social networking sites (SNSs). General PIU has been a highly debated concept with researchers questioning whether or not the Internet per se is a source of the problematic behavior or whether

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Introduction Social Networking Sites (SNS) can be defined as “web-based services that allow individuals to (1) construct a public or semi-public profile within a bounded system, (2) articulate a list of other users with whom they share a connection

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Introduction The use of social networking sites (SNSs) like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram has quickly become ubiquitous in recent years, in particular among adolescents and young adults, and can be excessive or maladaptive

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Introduction Addictive use of social networking sites (SNSs) Andreassen and Pallesen ( 2014 , p. 4054) defined social networking addiction (SNA) as “ being overly concerned about SNSs, to be driven by a

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