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Editors: Kathryn Gow (Queensland University of Technology, Australia) and Douglas Paton (University of Tasmania, Australia)
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...Ultimately we rely on each other, and for that to work we need a resilient society, the theme of The Phoenix of Natural Disasters.
The Weekend Australian, January 2009


This book encompasses discussions between Kathryn Gow and Douglas Paton, both psychologists who have researched stress, burnout, trauma, and recovery in natural disasters. They suggest that few books have been written for health professionals, and persons directly involved with leading and managing emergency teams on what constitutes resilience in individuals and groups in communites. This book also addresses how differ in response and recovery. The outcome is a three part book with contributors from the field, research institutions, emergency service sectors, support agencies and the media. Its main purpose is to focus on the resilience of people and communities following NDs and to educate the sectors already involved in natural disasters.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1 - Rising From The Ashes: Empowering The Phoenix; (pp. 1-9)
(Douglas Paton, University of Tasmania, Kathryn Gow, Queensland University of Technology)

PART ONE

Chapter 2 - Community Resilience: Integrating Individual, Community and Societal Perspectives; (pp. 13-31)
(Douglas Paton, University of Tasmania)

Chapter 3 - Post Traumatic Responses in Disasters: A Community Perspective; (pp. 33-45)
(Mooli Lahah, Tel Hai Academy)

Chapter 4 - Situating and Framing Individual and Community Experience and Response to Hazards: A Psychological Perspective;
(pp. 47-71)
(Joseph P. Reser, Shirley A. Morrissey, James Cook University and Griffith University)

Chapter 5 - Measuring Resilience to Psychological Outcomes of Natural Disasters: More Questions Than Answers; (pp. 73-86)
(Marek J. Celinski, Judith Pilowsky, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Ontario, Pilowsky Psychology Professional Corporation, Ontario)

PART TWO

Chapter 6 - Ways in Which Paramedics Cope with and Respond to Natural Large-Scale Disasters; (pp. 89-100)
(Jane Shakespeare-Finch, Paul Scully, Queensland University of Technology and Queensland Ambulance Serv., Australia)

Chapter 7 - Journalists Reporting For Duty: Resilience, Trauma and Growth; (pp. 101-121)
(Cait McMahon, Trina McLellan, Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, Australia)

Chapter 8 - Never Underestimate SES Workers: Volunteers – A Case in Point; (pp. 123-145)
(Kathryn Gow, Felicity Shipley, Francine Pritchard, Queensland University of Technology)

Chapter 9 - The Royal Australian Navy and Operations Other Than War; (pp. 147-167)
(Sharon Daniels, Royal Australian Navy Reserve)

PART THREE

Chapter 10 - Emergence of New Volunteerism: Increasing Community Resilience to Natural Disasters in Japan; (pp. 171-180)
(Iraphne Childs, Queensland University of Technology)

Chapter 11 - Quiet Achievers: Women's Resilience to a Seasonal Hazard; (pp. 181-193)
(Alison Cottrell, James Cook University)

Chapter 12 - Community Coping: Resilience Models for Preparation, Intervention, and Rehabilitation in Manmade and Natural Disasters; (pp. 195-208)
(Mooli Lahad, Uri Ben Nesher, Tel Hai Academy Organizational Consultant, Human Resource Development, Emergency Preparedness)

Chapter 13 - Bushfires: Preparation, Resilience and Recovery;
(pp. 209-233)
(Francine Pritchard, Kathryn Gow, Queensland University of Technology)

Chapter 14 - Resilience, Adaptive Capacity And Posttraumatic Growth In Thai Communities Following The 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami;
(pp. 235-250)
(Douglas Paton & Catherine So-kum Tang, University of Tasmania, National University of Singapore)

Chapter 15 - Conclusion: Applying Learnings About Resilience And Coping Across Service Organisations, Communities And Individuals; (pp. 251-257)
(Kathryn Gow & Douglas Paton, Queensland University of Technology,
University of Tasmania)

Index

   Series:
      Natural Disaster Research, Prediction and Mitigation
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008, 1st Quarter-C
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-161-6
   Status: AV
  
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