Governing Disasters: Beyond Risk Culture (Paperback)

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By S. Revet (Editor), J. Langumier (Editor)
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PART I: ANTICIPATION, PREPAREDNESS AND CONTROVERSIES 1. Governing by Hazard: Controlling Mudslides and Promoting Tourism in the Mountains above Alma-Ata (Kazakhstan), 1966-1977, Marc Elie 2. Monitoring Animals, Preparing Humans: An Ethnographical Study of Avian Influenza, Fr d rick Keck PART II: PARTICIPATION AND CONSULTATION 3. Cultivating Communities after Disaster: A Whirlwind of Generosity on the Coasts of Sri Lanka, Mara Benadusi 4. A Critical Look at the 'Risk culture': France's 'Plan Rh ne'; Julien Langumier PART III: ISSUES OF MEMORY 5. Memory and methodology: Translocal and Transtemporal Fieldwork in Post-Disaster Santa Fe (Argentina), Susann Ullberg, 6. Laura Centemeri, Investigating the 'Discrete Memory' of the Seveso Disaster in Italy Postscript: Thinking (by way of) Disaster; Nicolas Dodier.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781349493203
ISBN-10: 1349493201
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: November 8th, 2015
Pages: 250
Language: English
Series: CERI Series in International Relations and Political Economy