• Res/341 Gas Prices
    in some states. Finally, natural disasters can immediately influence the price of gasoline by affecting distribution and availability. Many people believe that the price of gasoline is disproportionately more expensive than the price per barrel of crude oil. Concerns are often expressed that...
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  • Illegal Logging in Balete, Aklan
    ...) CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE The materials gathered by the researcher, which consist of books, directives, memorandum circulars, published manuscripts, unpublished studies and research papers, are reviewed in this chapter. These are categorized as related literature and studies, local and...
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  • Criminal Justice Study Guide 1
    disaster or crisis situations. (example: natural disasters) Forensic Science - application of science principals. Scientists analyze the material from criminal scenes. (example: identifying offenders, making evidence available for trials) Homeland Security - in response to 9/11, prevention for terrorist...
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  • Disaster and the Criminal Justice System
    , the special population nature of inmates found in disaster related literature is appropriate to assess in the context of the criminal justice system. Prisoners are sentenced to jails or prisons as the result of a judicial process. Much of what subsequently happens to prisoners in the US is...
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  • Bradford
    -disaster housing reconstruction and the effect that KM has on post-disaster housing reconstruction in the Sri Lankan context. Design/methodology/approach – The study was conducted by systematically reviewing the literature in Knowledge and KM to highlight the basic principles. Data collection mode for...
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  • Crisis Counseling: an Overview
    children may develop PTSD six or more months following a disaster (La Greca, Silverman, Vernberg, & Prinstein, 1996; McDermott & Palmer, 1999). In a review of the literature, Saigh, Yasik, Sack, & Koplewicz (1999) report that rates of psychological trauma among children and adolescents (as...
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  • Cause and Impact Analysis on the Main Character’s Suffering in Elizabeth Gilbert’s Novel Eat, Pray, Love
    II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE In chapter two, the researcher gave review of related literature such as; literature; fiction; novel; definition of novel; kinds of novel; the elements of novel; theme; setting; plot; characterization; conflict; subject matter and theme; the nature of...
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  • haha
    health IE consequences experienced by first responders stemming from conducting manmade and PR EV natural disaster work (see review by Benedek, Fullerton, & Ursano, 2007). Comparisons with police and emergency medical personnel. More research has been conducted on stress responses in...
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  • spanish
    river beds, but many people also are concerned about the natural environment simply because they value it for its own sake. 813 Social impacts Psychosocial impacts. Research reviews conducted over a period of 25 years have concluded that disasters can cause a wide range of negative...
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  • Risk Perception and Knowledge Gap Between Experts and the Public : Issues of Flood Hazards Management in Canada
    , are important elements of flood management. It has been suggested in the relevant literature that there remains a significant gap between the general public’s knowledge and perception of risk and the experts’ risk perception related to flood hazards. Risk perception can be defined as people’s...
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  • Offshore Drilling
    CONTENTS SECTION ONE : INTRODUCTION Background of the study Significance of the study Aim of the research Limitations, data collection and data sources SECTION TWO : LITERATURE REVIEW AND RESULTS 2.1 History of offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico Impact of drilling on the...
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  • Impact Assessment of Decision Making by Adb
    Newspapers Different publications Data Processing: This research work is done completely based on internet browsing and related publications. The introduction and the literature review part are done from websites of ADB and its publications, also collected information from some...
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  • Climate Change
    , 240 –260. doi:10.1521/psyc.65.3.240.20169 Norris, F. H., Friedman, M. J., Watson, P. J., Byrne, C. M., Diaz, E., & Kaniasty, K. (2002). 60,000 disaster victims speak: Part I. An empirical review of the empirical literature, 1981–2001. Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes, 65, 207–239...
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  • Literature Review
    Building 10 Structures History of Building 10 Building 10: A Review of Literature Related to a Possible Terrorist Attack March 12, 2006 By Ariel Esposito Class of 2009 Introduction In the process of finding literature on a certain topic, it is useful to start with...
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  • The Economics of Labor Markets
    , or any other original data source f. A historical examination of similar issues in the present or past (for example, if your topic is the Post-Katrina labor market in New Orleans, look at other cities or regions hit by severe natural disasters) g. Your conclusions based on your research 4. The...
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  • Strategic Risk Management
    , anthropology, politics, management etc). (Borodzicz, 2005). Surplus of risk related literature, in last two decades, has been produced in social sciences through researches and theories (Denny, 2005). This become the cause for the quick growth of the risk. In 1995 estimated 1.5 million people was appointed in...
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  • Credit Risk
    , and weight reduction. Since it is especially effective in areas where there are barriers to be reduced, this approach fits the natural hazards situation well. A community-based approach is more likely to be successful in changing risk-related behavior. Risks are shared and experienced...
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  • DETERMINANTS OF BUSINESS DISASTER PREPAREDNESS IN TWO U.S. METROPOLITAN AREAS James M. Dahlhamer & Melvin J. D'Souza
    essence, preparedness can increase individual, organizational, and community control over the subsequent disaster response. 3 REVIEW OF LITERATURE The handful of empirical analyses that have addressed the problem of business disaster preparedness have been limited in scope. Generally...
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  • Environmental Problems
    CHAPTER II “Review of Related Literature and Related Studies” This chapter will provide and answer the phenomena that we cannot explain or we cannot understand and will also give proof on how our world is experiencing the different health and environmental problems. A. Review of Related...
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  • Global Warming
    made life very uncomfortable for all the affected living organisms. Literature Review The question as to whether global warming is a natural disaster or not remains to be the most interesting on the face of the earth today. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of the United...
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