JDR Most Downloaded Papers, Feb. 2021

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No.1 - Vol.16
Geotourism and Disaster Storytelling: Lessons from 2013 Izu-Oshima Island Debris Flow Disaster
Kana Nishitani, Kazuyuki Nakagawa, and Shingo Nagamatsu
geotourism, disaster storytelling, risk communication, debris flow disaster
No.2 8 Vol.16
Study of New Normal Business Continuity to Improve Resilience Against Uncertain Threat
Hideki Goromaru, Tomohiro Kokogawa, Yoshihisa Ueda, and Sumiko Fukaya
COVID-19, business continuity planning (BCP), after action review (AAR), resilience, agility
No.3 - Vol.16
Why Does Disaster Storytelling Matter for a Resilient Society?
Shingo Nagamatsu, Yoshinobu Fukasawa, and Ikuo Kobayashi
Disaster Storytelling, narrative of disaster, disaster education, community recovery, disaster resilience
No.4 20 Vol.16
Prevention of COVID-19 Infection with Personal Protective Equipment
Noriko Shimasaki and Hideaki Morikawa
pandemic, COVID-19, personal protection equipment, mask
No.5 18 Vol.16
Twitter Sentiment Analysis of Bangkok Tourism During COVID-19 Pandemic Using Support Vector Machine Algorithm
Thanapat Sontayasara, Sirawit Jariyapongpaiboon, Arnon Promjun, Napat Seelpipat, Kumpol Saengtabtim, Jing Tang, and Natt Leelawat
COVID-19, sentiment analysis, Bangkok, tourism, support vector machine

Count period : February 1-28, 2021

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