Series: – Disasters…

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Essential Concepts of disaster research Management

When I rosette, say in reaction to thiinking about last weeks responses to impact what emergency management research impacts. So, when i state in regards to one research perspective leading to more effective use through critical thinking instead of more effective use of critical thinking(thinking from research perspective (critically) is using through from critical thinking … Continue reading

emergency research disaster perspective

This week I have focused on assigning responses in a list of things I took one part of one focus and one part of another – (this for me will focus on preparing and planning recovery post disaster studies) – i structured this posting and how I use it to write.   This week I … Continue reading

Forum week 2 – 2 of 2 responses in Research Emergency Disaster Management…

  Working in an environment – volunteers are genuinely caring and sincere and genuine. But they are not turning down money in times of disaster.Productivity. They are productive, the workers work. But as far as increasing better work. No. Do they do more? They have less to do and less stress, because they don’t hire … Continue reading

Disaster – Where do they go to hurt for Assistance?

The official asked, something to let’s get them out of here, something  of insincerity – “where for them to go to hurt for assistance?” Stating it a different way, while they seek shelter, or food. Where do they go to for hurt assistance of food or shelter? They are not asking about an heirloom but something … Continue reading

Disaster practice preparedness

        The practice in the emergency matters: the field to make their roles fulfilled be more effective to those to recover from injury when the research is implemented regarding research practice and so forth. Investigations and inquiries for preparedness and warnings to stop and allot for the environment and society to benefit … Continue reading

Disaster – Practice – Development (1 of 2]–

The reason, I choose this current emphasis in emergency management disaster on research &    practice is sometimes with research and development fulfilling success to impact emergent matters between the actual portions of practice, research and development appears worthy of further examination. Such examination may not necessarily be done in depth in a one page … Continue reading

Quick Press: – Disasters Nature – 5.17.13

Traditionally, a focus on “all hazards’ – I have to say as this series begins…I haven’t enjoyed bringing in the terrorist attack into what the opens up as and thus continues within the descriptions of emergency management as disasters of occurrence with the adjective of tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, fires, etc – . Then! Bringing in … Continue reading

disasters man made — nature disasters

I focus more attention on nature disasters. I state about attention being towards referenced but, many forum respondents appear to speak about the terrorist or other attacks or just accidents and such from events of occurrence. It appears a lot of attention has brought toward the other natural disasters effecting coasts, el nina, floods, storms, … Continue reading

Emergency Management Studies…Intro… to disaster series.. continued…

After 16 weeks of indepth studies and report researches. I deliver a short research brief to such professing instruction, Shana Nicholson regarding Emergency Management with main topics in Research, Practice and Development and Disaster Theory. Forum Respondents and assigned readings assisted as well as additional researches, CNN, Fox, and NBC reports in media. Prior educational … Continue reading

Emergency Management: Disaster Concepted—

By: – Rosette Median mode range mean… Basic terms, (discipline- mathematics_) (Another discipline_) – I came across this University of Texas student enrolled in Urban Economics.  Monday Massachusetts bombing In a hospital –  Blast in a Texas Plant in 2013, yesterday And between these storms of disaster, the nature of earth and the … Continue reading

Disaster: Response Emergency Preparation

  I’m Rosette and further responding to Karlene Durfey’s article once more… Karlene Durfey, (forum respondent) states within her introduction: “definition of disaster is never really decided: and will always be a continued discussion for as long as mankind has a say in the processes of the formulation the debate, debacles, and arguments” – Karlene Durgey   … Continue reading

Disaster: quotional response to implications in Emergency Management

“To truly create these environments it is important to look at past communities that have lived in a particular area and what made them leave the area, if they did.””” – Kelly Tanner In emergency management to create such environments of reference for sustainment and living within particular areas, and importance of looking at ‘past’ … Continue reading

Disaster: – Poor people? Classified to.or categorized?

  “poor area wouldn’t be able to pay for the equipment or personnel needed, often times depending on volunteers”  (Smith, 1999, pg 25).    ‘Evil greed, theft, lie’ Poor people pay just like rich ones do. Where are the rich after Katrina?!?! Rita?!?! They come in and rebuild the city with their monies or poor monies … Continue reading

Disasters: – Informing – or technique of Educating or so forth…

“adequately educate their communities on mitigation techniques”– Jamie Sansone I found Miss Jamie remarkings on this well and informed. While I think in recovery efforts victims seeking things back insurance claims to be filled but in all the hurt’s and turmoil, at least they got back an additional 1% of the amount for mitigating – … Continue reading

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