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Third, compared to non-disaster research, disaster research may be more likely to be undertaken by researchers with limited prior experience in the community, heightening both the need for community engagement and the difficulties associated with carrying it out. What ought we to do? Does only actual violence count, or do threats of violence also qualify? All authors read and approved the final manuscript. This discussion is also intended to inform REC members who will be involved in disaster research review, especially those who have limited or no experience reviewing such protocols.
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Ethics for Disaster and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Classics of Political and Moral Philosophy by Steven M. Cahn Paperback $ Naomi Zack is professor of philosophy at the University of Oregon. Editorial Reviews. Review. Naomi Zack's Ethics for Disaster is, in fact, about a lot more than the ethics of disasters-she also covers important parts of the political.
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Will usually ship within 2 business days of receiving cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. Taxes may be applicable at checkout. Learn more. Return policy. Refer to eBay Return policy for more details. However, depending on their design and governance, some projects can germinate adverse social, political, and economic outcomes. Drawing from concepts in political economy, political ecology, justice theory, and critical development studies, this study first presents a conceptual typology revolving around four key processes: enclosure, exclusion, encroachment, and entrenchment.
Enclosure refers to when disaster recovery transfers public assets into private hands or expands the roles of private actors into the public sphere. Exclusion refers to when disaster recovery limits access to resources or marginalizes particular stakeholders in decision-making activities. Encroachment refers to when efforts intrude on biodiversity areas or contribute to other forms of environmental degradation. Entrenchment refers to when disaster recovery aggravates the disempowerment of women and minorities, or worsens concentrations of wealth and income inequality within a community.
The study then documents the presence of these four inequitable attributes across four empirical case studies: Hurricane Katrina reconstruction in the United States, recovery efforts for the tsunami in Thailand, Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines, and the Canterbury earthquakes in New Zealand. Film scholars have long-emphasised the role of popular cinema as an essential site of contemporary meaning-making, and this module invites students to think critically and creatively about how film imagery, narrative and characterisation serve to reflect, normalise and perpetuate particular ideas of disaster.
Students will undertake an analysis of disasters-on-film via an independent group project and poster presentation, and an individual essay on conceptual aspects of the module. This module has interdisciplinary appeal, bringing together critical social science approaches to disasters and development with humanities-oriented techniques in visual analysis. This combination seeks to equip students with a rich understanding of how real-world social and environmental problems are fundamentally shaped by processes of meaning-making and cultural reproduction.