Surmise Whos Coming to Dinner: Social Intelligence, Poverty Data, and a Comprehensive Approach to All Hazards .


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Destitute individuals around the globe endure the best fiasco misfortunes and have the most restricted access to open and private recuperation resources, both in creating social orders and in addition rich industrialized countries like the United States. . President Obama\'s FEMA Director Appointee, Craig Fugate, was cited a year ago
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Think about Who\'s Coming to Dinner:  Social Intelligence, Poverty Data, and a Comprehensive Approach to All Hazards Ameya Pawar Scott Simon Charna R. Epstein University of Chicago

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Poor individuals around the globe endure the best debacle misfortunes and have the most restricted access to open and private recuperation resources, both in creating social orders and affluent industrialized countries like the United States.

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President Obama\'s FEMA Director Appointee, Craig Fugate, was cited a year ago – "There\'s a desire I think we\'ve made that if a fiasco strikes a community," individuals believe," \'should assume the part of casualty. Should hold up until some person comes into deal with me,\' "he said." You\'re a survivor. You\'re quite of the solution."

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Post Katrina Emergency Management Initiatives All-Hazards Approach Culture of Preparedness Personal Preparedness "All Response is Local" Increase Situational Awareness Develop Common Operating Picture Manage and Coordinate Relationships

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EM Baseline Assumptions Educated Public Access to Basic Services Personal Preparedness Family Emergency Plans Go-Kits Planning for Pets Etc. Individual/Financial Resiliency Evacuation Orders are Heeded Ability to Survive 72 Hours Without Assistance

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Emergency Management System Socially Vulnerable Gap System does not reflect reality

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What Research Says In an investigation of calamity help authorities from an assortment of associations in the U.S., one of the significant conclusions was that the poor are one of the gatherings well on the way to "get lost in an outright flood" amid crisis alleviation operations (Colorado State University, 1985). Crisis reaction laborers remarked that until the tempest, they had no clue about the degree of the destitution in their own particular neighborhoods. One commented that "...there was neediness here constantly, however after the tempest I saw what I\'ve been living around for a long time" (p. 11). – Hurricane Hugo Research Turner et al. (1986) uncovered that instruction, salary, and ethnicity are identified with seismic tremor readiness. They found that readiness increments consistently with wage levels. Vaughan (1995) noticed that individuals living in destitution or those with insufficient assets might be less inclined to perform recommended or important activities to relieve the impacts of dangerous operators as a result of an absence of a feeling of individual control over potential results.

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Research Continued… Fothergill (2001) found that poorer occupants revealed more prominent worry over the likelihood of losing their occupations after a surge debacle. While center and high pay salaried experts found that gathering paychecks all through the emergency lightened push, those paid time-based compensations, for example, those in most administration arranged employments, were not paid amid the emergency. The creators noticed that the houses of worship, the group benefit programs, and the administration laborers were not intrigued by managing the bigger issues of destitution and needed to constrain their help to Hurricane Hugo harm. One effort specialist stated: I am as yet doing Hugo alleviation, however in all genuineness, large portions of the things that we are doing are things that pre-existed. You can\'t supplant a rooftop on a divider that is decayed, and those sorts of things we kept running into often in view of the level of destitution (p. 11). Another recuperation laborer included: I make a decent attempt not to call things Hugo that are not Hugo. That does not imply that we didn\'t repair dividers that were decayed, we needed to do that; however I would level out say to anyone you can call this Hugo, yet the vast majority of it is truly not Hugo (pp. 11-12).

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Social Intelligence Social Problems are Complex Social Data Compiled in Silos CONNECT THE DOTS Focus on Intelligence Methodology rather than FEMA position Track continuous changes in Economic Development; Gentrification; Job Loss; Social Service Access; Increases/Decreases in Concentrated Poverty; Etc.

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What is a Fusion Center? A combination focus is a successful and productive system to trade data and insight, expand assets, streamline operations, and enhance the capacity to battle wrongdoing and fear based oppression by consolidating information from an assortment of sources. Likewise, combination focuses are a course to implement parts of the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (NCISP). [i] Sourced from Department of Justice Fusion Center page situated at: http://www.it.ojp.gov/default.aspx?area=nationalInitiatives&page=1181

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Intelligence Process Adapted for Social Intelligence

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I. Combination Process Capabilities These abilities diagram those guidelines important to play out the means of the Intelligence Process inside a combination focus. These regions are: Planning and Requirements Development Information Gathering/Collection and Recognition of Indicators and Warnings Processing and Collation of Information Intelligence Analysis and Production Intelligence/Information Dissemination Reevaluation II. Administration and Administrative Capabilities These abilities empower the correct administration and working of a combination focus. These territories are: Management/Governance Information Privacy Protections Security Personnel and Training Information Technology/Communications Infrastructure, Systems, Equipment, Facility, and Physical Infrastructure Funding Baseline Capabilities

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Social Intelligence Justification Disasters are NOT Status Levelers Survey of the Landscape (i.e. Make a Global Picture) Increase Personal/Financial Resiliency Increased Situational Awareness Develop Targeted Resource Deployments Create Tipping Points for Access and Economic Mobility

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Conclusion Emergency administration is moving in the correct course however we have to concentrate on installed issues Need to build look into on social issues Connect the Dots through social knowledge Cost-powerful Leverages existing innovation Emergency administration won\'t recommend answers for end neediness; it will simply fill in as the facilitator of assets

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Any Questions? To see the full capstone extend, please email Ameya Pawar at pawara@uchicago.edu

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