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9783319149356 - Patricia Taft, Nate Haken: Violence in Nigeria: Patterns and Trends (Terrorism, Security, and Computation) - Book
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Patricia Taft, Nate Haken (?):

Violence in Nigeria: Patterns and Trends (Terrorism, Security, and Computation) (2015) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageNew bookeBook, e-Book, digital bookproduct for digital download

ISBN: 9783319149356 (?) or 3319149350, in english, 136 pages, 2015. Edition, Springer, New, ebook, digital download

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This book takes a quantitative look at ICT-generated event data to highlight current trends and issues in Nigeria at the local, state and national levels. Without emphasizing a specific policy or agenda, it provides context and perspective on the relative spatial-temporal distribution of conflict factors in Nigeria. The analysis of violence at state and local levels reveals a fractal pattern of overlapping ecosystems of conflict risk that must be understood for effective, conflict-sensitive approaches to development and direct conflict mitigation efforts.Moving beyond analyses that use a broad religious, ethnic or historical lens, this book focuses on the country’s 774 local government areas and incorporates over 10,000 incidents coded by location, date and indicator to identify patterns in conflict risk between 2009 and 2013. It is the first book to track conflict in Nigeria during this period, which covers the Amnesty Agreement in the Niger Delta and the birth of Boko Haram in the North. It also includes conflict risk heat maps of each state and trend-lines of violence. The authors conclude with a discussion of the nuanced factors that lead to escalating violence, such as resource competition and trends in terrorism during this critical point in Nigeria’s history.Violence in Nigeria is designed as a reference for researchers and practitioners working in security, peacebuilding and development, including policy makers, intelligence experts, diplomats, national defense and homeland security experts. Advanced-level students studying public policy, international relations or computer science will also find this book useful as a secondary textbook or reference. Kindle Edition, Ausgabe: 2015, Format: Kindle eBook, Label: Springer, Springer, Produktgruppe: eBooks, Publiziert: 2015-03-03, Freigegeben: 2015-03-03, Studio: Springer, Verkaufsrang: 2627100
Platform order number Amazon.com-eBooks: B00U8FDJZU
Keywords: AI & Machine Learning, Bioinformatics, Computer Simulation, Cybernetics, Human-Computer Interaction, Information Theory, Robotics, Systems Analysis & Design, Books, Computers & Technology, Computer Science, Databases & Big Data, Data Processing, Programming, Graphics & Multimedia, GIS, Cryptography, Encryption, Hacking, Network Security, Privacy & Online Safety, Security Certifications, Viruses, Security & Encryption, Historic, Information Systems, Regional, Science & Math, Earth Sciences, Geography, Children's Studies, Communication & Media Studies, Criminology, Customs & Traditions, Demography, Disaster Relief, Emigration & Immigration, Folklore & Mythology, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Holidays, Human Geography, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Methodology, Museum Studies & Museology, Philanthropy & Charity, Popular Culture, ***graphy, Poverty, Reference, Research, Social Work, Specific Demographics, Urban Planning & Development, Violence in Society, Politics & Social Sciences, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, Specialty Boutique, Graphic Design, Hardware, Microsoft, Networking, Operating Systems, Software, Web Graphics, Web Marketing, Web Site Design, Kindle Store, Kindle eBooks, Anthropology, Archaeology, Discrimination & Racism, Sociology, Special Groups, Statistics
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ISBN (alternative notations): 3-319-14935-0, 978-3-319-14935-6
9783319149356 - Patricia Taft, Nate Haken: Violence in Nigeria: Patterns and Trends (Terrorism, Security, and Computation) - Book
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Patricia Taft, Nate Haken (?):

Violence in Nigeria: Patterns and Trends (Terrorism, Security, and Computation) (2015) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageNew bookeBook, e-Book, digital bookproduct for digital download

ISBN: 9783319149356 (?) or 3319149350, in english, 136 pages, 2015. Edition, Springer, New, ebook, digital download

ebook for download
From Seller/Antiquarian
This book takes a quantitative look at ICT-generated event data to highlight current trends and issues in Nigeria at the local, state and national levels. Without emphasizing a specific policy or agenda, it provides context and perspective on the relative spatial-temporal distribution of conflict factors in Nigeria. The analysis of violence at state and local levels reveals a fractal pattern of overlapping ecosystems of conflict risk that must be understood for effective, conflict-sensitive approaches to development and direct conflict mitigation efforts.Moving beyond analyses that use a broad religious, ethnic or historical lens, this book focuses on the country’s 774 local government areas and incorporates over 10,000 incidents coded by location, date and indicator to identify patterns in conflict risk between 2009 and 2013. It is the first book to track conflict in Nigeria during this period, which covers the Amnesty Agreement in the Niger Delta and the birth of Boko Haram in the North. It also includes conflict risk heat maps of each state and trend-lines of violence. The authors conclude with a discussion of the nuanced factors that lead to escalating violence, such as resource competition and trends in terrorism during this critical point in Nigeria’s history.Violence in Nigeria is designed as a reference for researchers and practitioners working in security, peacebuilding and development, including policy makers, intelligence experts, diplomats, national defense and homeland security experts. Advanced-level students studying public policy, international relations or computer science will also find this book useful as a secondary textbook or reference. Kindle Edition, Ausgabe: 2015, Format: Kindle eBook, Label: Springer, Springer, Produktgruppe: eBooks, Publiziert: 2015-03-03, Freigegeben: 2015-03-03, Studio: Springer, Verkaufsrang: 2694926
Platform order number Amazon.com-eBooks: B00U8FDJZU
Keywords: AI & Machine Learning, Bioinformatics, Computer Simulation, Cybernetics, Human-Computer Interaction, Information Theory, Robotics, Systems Analysis & Design, Books, Computers & Technology, Computer Science, Databases & Big Data, Data Processing, Programming, Graphics & Multimedia, GIS, Cryptography, Encryption, Hacking, Network Security, Privacy & Online Safety, Security Certifications, Viruses, Security & Encryption, Historic, Information Systems, Regional, Science & Math, Earth Sciences, Geography, Children's Studies, Communication & Media Studies, Criminology, Customs & Traditions, Demography, Disaster Relief, Emigration & Immigration, Folklore & Mythology, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Holidays, Human Geography, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Methodology, Museum Studies & Museology, Philanthropy & Charity, Popular Culture, ***graphy, Poverty, Reference, Research, Social Work, Specific Demographics, Urban Planning & Development, Violence in Society, Politics & Social Sciences, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, Specialty Boutique, Graphic Design, Hardware, Microsoft, Networking, Operating Systems, Software, Web Graphics, Web Marketing, Web Site Design, Kindle Store, Kindle eBooks, Anthropology, Archaeology, Discrimination & Racism, Sociology, Special Groups, Statistics
Data from 09/29/2015 13:47h
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