Perspectives on War: Generation Eventdata. Was zeigen Ereignisdaten, worin unterscheiden sie sich und was können wir lernen?

Cover: Sicherheit und Frieden, 30 (1)

Cover: Sicherheit und Frieden, 30 (1)

Sven Chojnacki, Gregor Reisch – 2012

Over the last years datasets like the Armed Conflict Location and Events Dataset (ACLED), the Event Data on Conflict and Security (EDACS), the Uppsala Conflict Data Program – Georeferencing and Event Dataset (UCDP-GED), or the Global Terrorism Database (GTD) have generated a new generation of data on armed conflicts and political violence. This disaggregated, event-level information enables fresh insights into the spatial and temporal dynamics of collective violence beyond the previously dominant aggregated state-year level of analysis. The aim of this article is to provide researchers and practitioners alike with an overview of the latest development in large-scale conflict data gathering and with some ideas how to assess the advantages/disadvantages and suitability of the particular datasets.

Titel
Perspectives on War: Generation Eventdata. Was zeigen Ereignisdaten, worin unterscheiden sie sich und was können wir lernen?
Verlag
Nomos
Ort
Baden-Baden
Schlagwörter
bewaffneter Konflikt, Gewaltakteure, Sicherheit, Teilprojekt C2
Datum
2012
Kennung
ISSN 0175-274X (Print) ISSN 0175-274X (Online)
Erschienen in
Sicherheit und Frieden, 30 (1), 36-43.
Sprache
ger
Art
Text