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Organizing resilience: the reconfiguration of emergency response in Germany


Erfassungsnr.: 20161860
Stand der Forschungsarbeit: abgeschlossen
Laufzeit von: 2013/08
Laufzeit bis: 2015/07
Art der Forschung: gefördert, Dissertation
Status 1: f fertig
Status 2: 22 f-fertig, i-fertig
Kontakt:

Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaufmann (E-Mail: stefan.kaufmann@nullsoziologie.uni-freiburg.de)

Institutionen

Forschungseinrichtung:Institut für Soziologie (Freiburg im Breisgau)
Finanzierer:Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Düsseldorf)
Auftraggeber:nein
Finanzierer: Stipendium

Beteiligte Personen


Leitung:Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaufmann
Bearbeitung:M.A. Nils Ellebrecht
Betreuung:Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaufmann

Inhalt


Englisch:

With the discussion of new threats, resilience has become an emerging security paradigm and a governmental strategy. Against this background, the research project asks, how organized emergency response is reconfigured in Germany, particularly in metropolises, and on the organizational level. The central features of this transformation become manifest in mass casualty incident plans, which have been (re-)formulated in most German cities. In this context, emergency response organizations (EROs) are requested to cooperate and interconnect among and between each other and third organizations, such as public health departments, hospitals, regulatory authorities, and the police.

The research project uses mass casualty incident plans as the shared point of reference to interview representatives of the aforementioned organizations in three metropolises. Drawing on these empirical examples, the study assesses transformations on the (inter-)organizational level. Particular attention is paid to inter-organizational conflicts and their origins. On the intra-organizational level, the project refers to the case of the German "Rettungsassistent" (paramedic). Thus, it addresses the renegotiation of roles in the field of emergency response on the one side, and the realignment of organizational structures on the other. Both empirical examples will be framed by a sociological characterization and classification of emergency response organizations.



Geographischer Raum: Germany
Schlagwörter: Krankenhaus, Gesundheitswesen, Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Polizei, Kooperation, Großstadt, Metropole, Katastrophe, Neuordnung, Reorganisation, Rettungswesen, Feuerwehr, vergleichende Forschung
Stichworte: Organisationssoziologie, Notfall, Katastrophe, Feuerwehr, MANV, Rettungsdienst, Rettungsassistent, Organisatorische Zusammenarbeit, neue Bedrohungen
Hauptklassifikation: 10207: Organisationssoziologie, Militärsoziologie
Methode: Befragung, Aktenanalyse, anwendungsorientiert, empirisch, Fallstudie, Querschnitt, deskriptive Studie, empirisch-qualitativ

Datengewinnung

Feldarbeit erfolgte durch: Mitarbeiter/-innen des Projekts

Veröffentlichungen

keine Angabe

Berichte, Manuskripte, Arbeitspapiere

nein



Informationsquelle: GESIS, Forschungserhebung 2016/ SOFISwiki
Alte Erfassungsnr.: 20112150, 20120131