Law Can Set a Stage for Disaster Risk Reduction: A Study on Nepal | Ahmad, Akbaruddin (et al.)Coordination Does Matter for Disaster Management in Bangladesh | Marzina Begum, Mst. (et al.)Integrating Disaster Management Content into Social Work Curriculum-Voices of Social Work Students | Baikady, Rajendra (et al.)Indigenous Knowledge and Practices in Disaster Management: Experiences of the Coastal People of Bangladesh | Haque, MahfuzulMapping Vulnerable Earthquake Disaster Class-I Cities for Disaster Risk-Reduction and Community Resilience in India | Zutshi, Bupinder (et al.)Mainstreaming Nuclear Disaster Risk Reduction in India | Kumar, RajeshBridging the Gap Between Academicians and Bureaucrats: The NYSAF Way | Haran, NiveditaSustainability of Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction Projects | Joseph, NeenaInnovative Use of Technology (GIS) for Disaster Risk Reduction: A Case Study | Agrawal, NamrataA Sociological Perspective on "Institutional Coordination" for Disaster Risk Reduction in India | Nath, SanghamitraFrom Response to Responsibility: An Academe–Industry Partnership on Solid Waste Management in the Philippines | Era, Marlon de LunaThe Struggles of Women: An Experience from the Flood-Prone Area | Yadav, Shishir KumarStructural Inequality and Disaster Risk Reduction: An Indian Experience | Kumar, BinodLinking Gender Vulnerability and Disasters | Sikandar, Rahila (et al.)Women and the Gaps in Framework of Disaster Risk Reduction | Jha, PriyankaPost-disaster Economic Vulnerability of Female-Headed Households | Sealza, Isaias S.Child Centered Disaster Risk Reduction (CC DRR)/Resilience | Kancharla, RayDisaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building Among the Coastal Zone Communities in Lakshwadeep and Kerala | Dutta, MondiraPosttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression Among the Survivors of Nepal Earthquake: A Need Assessment Study | Zahir Ahmed, MdCyclone Aila: Immediate Challenges and Impact on Socio-economy | Banu, NasimRecovery After Disasters—Problems and Prospects: The Case of Koslanda-Meeriyabedda Landslide in Sri Lanka | Fernando, R. Lalitha S. (et al.)
Tuesday, 25 September 2018
New Book | Disaster Risk Reduction: Community Resilience and Responses
Disaster Risk Reduction: Community Resilience and Responses
Edited by Bupinder Zutshi, Akbaruddin Ahmad, & Ananda Babu Srungarapati; Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, ISBN: 9789811088445.
About the Book
This book discusses the interconnected, complex and emerging risks in today's societies and deliberates on the various aspects of disaster risk reduction strategies especially through community resilience and responses. It consists of selected papers presented at the World Congress on Disaster Management, which focused on community resilience and responses towards disaster risk reduction based on South Asian experiences, and closely examines the coordinated research activities involving all stakeholders, especially the communities at risk. Further, it narrates the experiences of disaster risk-reduction in different communities that have policy implications for mitigation of future disaster risks in the societies affected by these types of disasters. Written from the social science perspective to disasters rather than an engineering approach, the book helps development and governance institutions to prioritize disasters as a problem of development rather than being parallel to it.
Table of Contents (21 chapters)