Anak-anak dan Bencana

April 22, 2008 at 1:32 pm | Posted in anak-anak | Leave a comment

Buat rekan-rekan yang sedang meneliti atau berminat tentang anak dan
bencana, silakan lihat artikel di jurnal

Akses-nya gratis, walaupun mereka juga meminta dukungan dana (sepertinya
sukarela) utk pengguna dari negara berkembang.

Saya kopikan daftar isinya:


Special Issue: Children and Disasters

*Guest Editor*: *Lori Peek * Children and Disasters: Understanding Vulnerability, Developing Capacities,
and Promoting Resilience – An Introduction

Lori Peek, Psychological and Physiological Correlates of Stress in Children Exposed to Disaster: Current Research and Recommendations for Intervention
Inka Weissbecker, Sandra E. Sephton, Meagan B. Martin and David M. Simpson
The Implications of Climate Change for Children in Lower-Income Countries

Sheridan Bartlett, Children, Adolescents and the HIV and AIDS Pandemic: Changing
Inter-Generational Relationships and Intra-Family Communication Patterns in

Klaus Geiselhart, Fred Krüger and Thando D. Gwebu, Vulnerability of Children and Youth in Drought Disasters: A Case Study of Botswana

Agnes A. Babugura, A Look at the Standards Gap: Comparing Child Protection Responses in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the Indian Ocean Tsunami

Anne Westbrook Lauten and Kimberly Lietz
The School as a Source of Support for Katrina-Evacuated Youth

Edith J. Barrett, Maria Martinez-Cosio and Carrie Y. Barron Ausbrooks, Caring for Young Children after a Hurricane: Childcare Workers Reflect on Support and Training Needs

Samantha L. Wilson and Mary Ann Kershaw, The Role of Children and Youth in Communicating Disaster Risk

Tom Mitchell, Katharine Haynes, Nick Hall, Wei Choong, and Katie Oven, Displaced Once Again: Honduran Migrant Children in the Path of Katrina

Marisa O. Ensor, Disaster Resilience and Children: Managing Food Security in Zimbabwe’s Binga Siambabala

Bernard Manyena, Maureen Fordham and Andrew Collins, Promoting Child and Family Resilience to Disasters: Effects, Interventions

Kevin R. Ronan, Kylie Crellin, David M. Johnston, Julia Becker, Kirsten Finnis and Douglas Paton, Research Notes Out of the Floodwaters, But Not Yet on Dry Ground: Experiences of Displacement and Adjustment in Adolescents and Their Parents Following Hurricane Katrina

Jennifer A. Reich and Martha Wadsworth, Youth Mortality by Forces of Nature

Sammy Zahran, Lori Peek and Samuel D. Brody, Reports from the Field Disaster Risk Reduction and Vulnerable Populations in Jamaica: Protecting Children within the Comprehensive Disaster Management

Kerry-Ann N. Morris and Michelle T. Edwards, Caring for Children in the Aftermath of Disaster: The Church of the Brethren Children’s Disaster Services Program

Lori Peek, Jeannette Sutton and Judy Gump, Hurricane Disaster Response by School-Based Health Centers

Norman A. Dolch, Daniel L. Meyer and Angel V. Huval, Garbage to Garden: Developing a Safe, Nurturing and Therapeutic Environment for the Children of the Garbage Pickers Utilizing an Academic Design/Build
Service Learning Model

Daniel Winterbottom, Big Bird, Disaster Masters, and High School Students Taking Charge: The
Social Capacities of Children in Disaster Education

Tricia Wachtendorf, Bethany Brown and Marcia C. Nickle, After the Tsunami in Cooks Nagar: The Challenges of Participatory Rebuilding

Sheridan Bartlett


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