The Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience series serves the international urban and regional planning community, as well as those in related disciplines including public administration, architecture, engineering, political science, sociology, envrionmental and physical sciences, and the many disciplines connected to disaster work and research. The series brings together a cross-disciplinary group of experienced researchers and practitioners to author timely, interdisciplinary and practical information for practitioners, students and researchers.
Displacement has traditionally been conceptualized as a phenomenon that results from conflict or other disruptions in developing or unstable countries. Hurricane Katrina shattered this notion and highlighted the various dilemmas of population displacement in the United States. The dilemmas stem…
Paperback – 2014-06-26
Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience