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__________. 2001. Dangerous Liaisons: Women, Men and Hurricane Mitch. Fundacion Puntos de Encuentro: Managua, Nicaragua. English/Spanish bilingual publication.

­­­__________. 2001a. Reconstructing roles and relations: women’s participation in reconstruction in post-Mitch Nicaragua. Gender and Development 9 (3): 79-87.


__________. ND. Socio-economic impacts of natural disasters: a gender analysis. United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America, Serie Manuales 33 (English translation of original Spanish document) Available from:

http://www.eclac.cl/publicaciones/UnidadMujer/8/LCL2128/lcl2128i.pdf


Briceño, Sávano. 2001. Gender mainstreaming in disaster reduction. Statement for the UN Commission for the Status of Women [46th session) panel discussion on Environmental Management and Mitigation of Natural Disasters: a Gender Perspective. Available through DAW: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw46/panel-briceno.pdf
__________. 2004. Gender equality and disaster risk reduction. Statement to the UN Commission on the Status of Women for International Women’s Day. Available through ISDR: http://www.unisdr.org/eng/media-room/statements/stmts-2005-8-march-sb-gender.doc
BRIDGE, 1996. Integrating gender into emergency responses. Gender and Development in Brief # 4. Available through the Institute of Development Studies: http://www.ids.ac.uk/bridge/dgb4.html.
Brown, Phil and Faith Ferguson. 1995. ‘Making a big stink’: women’s work, women’s

relationships, and toxic waste activism. Gender and Society 9 (2): 145-172.


Buvinić, Mayra. 1999. Hurricane Mitch: Women’s Needs and Contributions. Inter-American Development Bank, Sustainable Development Department.
Camara, Toure Idiatu. 2001. Statement for the UN Commission for the Status of Women [46th session) panel discussion on Environmental Management and Mitigation of Natural Disasters: a Gender Perspective. Available [in French only] through DAW: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw46/panel-Camara.pdf.
Canadian International Development Agency. 2004. Gender equality and humanitarian assistance: a guide to the issues. Available through CIDA: www.cida.gc.ca) or http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/INET/IMAGES.NSF/vLUImages/Africa/$file/Guide-Gender.pdf
Cannon, Terry. 2002. Gender and climate hazards in Bangladesh. Gender and Development 10 (2): 45-50.
Care International. 2002. Impact on Women and Girls, Prey Veng Province Cambodia. IDP Eduation Australia. Available through Care-Cambodia: http://www.adpc.net/pdr-sea/publications.htm.
CIET International. 1999. Principle results of the Social Audit for Emergency and Reconstruction, Phases I and II. English/Spanish document for Civil Coordinator for Emergency and Reconstruction (CCRE), Nicaragua. available from: www.ccer-nic.org or www.ccer.org.ni
Childers, Cheryl. 1999. Elderly female-headed households in the disaster loan process.

International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17 (1): 99-110.
Chowdhury, A.Mushtaque, Abbas U. Bhuyia, A. Yusuf Choudhury and Rita Sen. 1993.

The Bangladesh cyclone of 1991: why so many people died. Disasters 17 (4): 291-304.


Chowdhury, Mahjabeen. 2001. Women's technological innovations and adaptations for disaster mitigation: a case study of charlands in Bangladesh. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available on line through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
Clemens, Petra, Jennifer Hietala, Mamie Rytter, Robin Schmidt, and Dona Reese. 1999. Risk of domestic violence after flood impact: effects of social support, age, and history of domestic violence. Applied Behavioral Science Review 7(2): 199-206.
Clifton, Deborah and Fiona Gell. 2001. Saving and protecting lives by empowering women. Gender and Development 9 (3): 8-18.
Colina Diane. 1998. Reflections from a teacher and survivor. Pp. 181-184 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster. Westport, CT: Greenwood.
Cox, Helen. 1998. Women in bushfire territory. Pp. 133-142 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster.
Cutter, Susan 1995. The forgotten casualties: women, children, and environmental change. Global Environmental Change 5 (3): 181-194.
Cutter. Susan, John Tiefenbacher and Wilkliam Soleci. 1992. Engendered fears: femininity and technological risk perception. Industrial Crisis Quarterly 6: 5-22.
Dankelman, Irene. 2001. Gender and environment: lessons to learn. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available on line through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
Date-Bah, Eugenia. 2004. ILO, its crisis response and reconstruction program and natural disasters: jobs and gender dimensions. Paper prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Davis, Karen and Morten Ender. 1999. The 1997 Red River Valley flood: impact on marital relationships. Applied Behavioral Science Review 7(2): 181-188.
Delaney, Patricia and Elizabeth Shrader. 2000. Gender and post-disaster reconstruction: the case of hurricane Mitch in Honduras and Nicaragua. Preliminary report commissioned by the World Bank. Available through the Gender and Disaster Network: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/gdn/resources/reviewdraft.doc.
Delica, Zenaida. 1998. Balancing vulnerability and capacity: women and children in the Philippines. Pp. 109-114 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster.
__________. 2000. Enhancing women’s capacity to manage and recover from disasters. Paper prepared for the ILO InFocus Programme on Crisis Response and Reconstruction. Pp. 71-73 in High-Level Research Consultation on Crisis.Geneva: ILO Recovery and Reconstruction Department.
Dobson, Narelle. 1994. From under the mud-pack: women and the Charleville floods.

Australian Journal of Emergency Management 9 (2): 11-13.
Domeisen, Natalie. 1997. The role of women in protecting communities from disasters. Natural Hazards Observer 21 (5): 5-6.
D’Cunha, Jean. 1997. Foregrounding gender concerns in emergency management. Asian Disaster Management News (3).
Drew, Kirstine. 2000. Gender issues in disaster response. British Red Cross Society, International Programme Advisory and Development Department. Available through CRID (#12927): http://www.crid.or.cr/scripts/wxis.exe/iah/
Eade, Dianne and Suzanne Williams (eds.). 1995. The Oxfam Handbook of Development and Relief, Vol 1-3. Oxford: Oxfam.
Eads, Marci. 2002. Marginalized groups in times of crisis: identity, needs, and response. Natural Hazards Quick Response #152. Available through the University of Colorado: http://www.colorado.edu/hazards/qr/qr152/qr152.html.
Enarson, Elaine. 1997. Gender issues for emergency medical planners. British Columbia Medical Journal 39 (11): 586-588.
__________. 1998. Through women’s eyes: a gendered research agenda for disaster social science. Disasters 22 (2): 157-173.

__________. 1999. Women and housing issues in two US disasters. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17 (1): 39-63.


__________. 1999a. Violence against women in disasters: a study of domestic violence programs in the US and Canada. Violence Against Women 5 (7): 742-768.
__________. 2000. ‘We will make meaning out of this’: women’s cultural responses to the Red River Valley flood. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 18 (1): 39-62
__________. 2000a. A Gender Analysis of Work and Employment Issues in Natural Disasters. Final report prepared for the International Labour Organization’s InFocus Programme on Crisis and Reconstruction. Source: http://www.ilo.org/public/english/employment/recon/crisis/gender.htm.
__________. 2000b. Gender issues in natural disasters. Talking points and research needs. Paper prepared for the ILO InFocus Programme on Crisis Response and Reconstruction. Pp. 101-108 in High-Level Research Consultation on Crisis. Geneva: ILO Recovery and Reconstruction Department.
__________. 2001. What women do: gendered labor in the Red River Valley flood. Environmental Hazards 3/1: 1-18.
__________. 2001a. ‘We want work;’ rural women in the Gujarat drought and earthquake. Natural Hazards Center Quick Response Report #135. Available through the University of Colorado: www.colorado.edu/hazards/qr/qr135/qr135.html.
__________. 2001b. Promoting social justice in disaster reconstruction: guidelines for gender-sensitive and community-based planning [Report from Gujarat, India]. Available through the Gender and Disaster Network: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/gdn.
__________. 2001c. Gender equality, environmental management and natural disaster mitigation. Report from the on-line conference conducted by the UN Division for the Advancement of Women (November). Available through the DAW: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
__________. 2002. Building disaster resilient communities: learning from community women. Statement for the UN Commission for the Status of Women [46th session) panel discussion on Environmental Management and Mitigation of Natural Disasters: a Gender Perspective. Available through DAW: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw46/panel-Enarson.pdf.
__________. 2003. Gender. Chapter prepared for A Social Vulnerability Approach to Disasters [on-line college syllabus for the US Federal Emergency Management Agency]. Available through FEMA: http://166.112.200.141/emi/edu/aem_courses.htm.
__________. 2004. Making Risky Environments Safer: Women Building Sustainable and Disaster-Resilient Communities. Women 2000 and Beyond publication (April 2004), UN DAW (available in French and Spanish): http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/public/w2000.html
__________. Forthcoming from the International Labour Organisation. Gender equality, work, and disaster reduction: making the connections. Book chapter revising and expanding Enarson 2000a.
__________. ND. Selected Readings on Gender and Disaster. Available on-line through the Gender and Disaster Network: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/gdn/
Enarson, Elaine and Maureen Fordham. 2001.Lines that divide, ties that bind: race, class, and gender in women’s flood recovery in the US and UK. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 15 (4): 43-53.
__________. 2001a. From women’s needs to women’s rights in disasters. Environmental Hazards 3: 133-136.
Enarson, Elaine with Marta Gonzáles, Lourdes Meyreles, Betty Hearn Morrow, Audrey Mullings, and Judith Soares. 2003. Working With Women at Risk: Practical Guidelines for Assessing Local Disaster Risk. Available through the Gender and Disaster Network: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/gdn/resources/Working%20w%20Women%20English%20.pdf.
Enarson, Elaine and Lourdes Meyreles. 2004. International Perspectives on Gender and Disaster: Differences and Possibilities. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 14 (10 ): 49-92.
Enarson, Elaine and Betty Hearn Morrow. 1997. A gendered perspective: the voices of

women. Pp. 116-140 in Walter Gillis Peacock, Betty Hearn Morrow, and Hugh Gladwin (eds.), Hurricane Andrew: Race, Gender and the Sociology of Disaster. London: Routledge.


__________. (eds.) 1998. The Gendered Terrain of Disaster: Through Women’s Eyes. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publications. Available in paperback through the International Hurricane Center, Florida International University (www.fiu.edu/~lsbr).
__________. 1998. Women will rebuild Miami: a case study of feminist response to disaster. Pp. 185-200 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster.
Enarson, Elaine and Brenda Phillips. 2003. Invitation to a new feminist disaster sociology: integrating feminist theory and methods. In Brenda Phillips and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), Women in Disaster. Forthcoming (2005) from Xlibris Publications: www.xlibris.com.
Enarson, Elaine and Joe Scanlon. 1999. Gender patterns in a flood evacuation: a case study of couples in Canada’s Red River Valley. Applied Behavioral Science Review 7/2.

European Commission. 2003. Research on Gender, The Environment and Sustainable Development. Brussels: European Commission.


Fenton, Heather. 1989. Impact of hurricane Gilbert on Jamaican women. Paper presented at Meeting on the Role of Women in Disaster Management, Port of Spain, November 13-15. On-line: PAHO/CRID # 1302:
Fernando, Priyanty and Vijitha Fernando. 1997. South Asian Women Facing Disasters, Securing Life. Colombo: Intermediate Technology Publications for Duryog Nivaran.
Ferriz, Angeles Arenas. 2001. The relevance of considering a gender perspective in damage assessment and recovery strategies. a case study in El Salvador, Central America. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html
Fieth, Rosemary. 1995. Saving lives after disaster strikes. Stop Disasters 24: 7.
Finlay, C. Christine ‘Floods, they’re a damned nuisance: women’s flood experiences in rural Australia. Pp. 143-150 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster. Westport, CT: Greenwood.
Fordham, Maureen. 1998. Making women visible in disasters: problematising the private domain. Disasters 22 (2): 126-143.
__________. 1999. The intersection of gender and social class in disaster: balancing resilience and vulnerability. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17 (1): 15-36.
__________. 2000. The place of gender in earthquake vulnerability and mitigation. Paper presented at the Second Euro Conference on Global Change and Catastrophic Risk Management. Earthquake Risks in Europe, International Institute of Advanced Systems Analysis. Laxenburg, Austria. July, 2000. Available through RADIX: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/radix/resources_papers.htm.
__________ 2001. Gendering vulnerability analysis: towards a more nuanced approach. Paper prepared for an International Work Conference on Vulnerability in Disaster Theory and Practice. Disaster Studies of Wageningen University and Research Centre. June 2001. Forthcoming publication by Earthscan.
__________. 2001a. Challenging boundaries: A gender perspective on early warning in disaster and environmental management. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
__________. 2004. Promoting gender equality in disaster reduction: strategies currently in place. Power point presentation prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Fordham, Maureen and Anne-Michelle Ketteridge. 1998. ‘Men must work and women must weep’: examining gender stereotypes in disasters. Pp. 81-94 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster.
Formati, Mary Jean. 2003. Experiences of older women following the 1997 flood in Grand Forks, North Dakota. University of North Dakota dissertation. See Dissertation Abstracts 64(4-B): 1940.
Fothergill, Alice. 1998. The neglect of gender in disaster work: an overview of the literature. Pp. 11-25 in Enarson and Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster.
__________. 1999. Women’s roles in a disaster. Applied Behavioral Science Review 7 (2): 125-143.
__________. 1999a. An exploratory study of woman battering in the Grand Forks flood disaster: implications for community responses and policies. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17 (1): 79-98.
__________. 2004. Heads Above Water: Gender, Class And Family In The Grand Forks Flood. Ithaca, NY: SUNY Press.
Fukhruddin, S.H.M. 2004. Gender and risk reduction through a community-based system for flood monitoring. Paper prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
__________. 2004a. Increase the involvement of women in the country’s water and natural resources management sectors. Paper prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Fuller, Helene. 1994. Development of women’s policies for emergencies and disasters. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 9 (2): 24-27.
Gell, Fiona. 1999. Gender concerns in emergencies. Pp. 37-46 in Fenella Porter et al. (eds.), Gender Works. London: Oxfam UK.
Gibbs, Susan. 1990. Women’s Role in the Red Cross/Red Crescent. Geneva: Henry Dunant Institute.
Gomez, Yolanda. 2004. Engendering environmental governance: the experiences of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources [Philippines]. Paper prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Gopalan, Prema. 2001. Responding to earthquakes: people's participation in reconstruction and rehabilitation. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
Graham, Angus. 2001. Gender mainstreaming guidelines for disaster management programmes: a principled socio-economic and gender analysis approach. per prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
Gray, Leslie. 1993. The effect of drought and economic decline on rural women in Western Sudan. Geoforum 24 (1): 89-98.
Hagen, Susan and Mary Carouba. 2003. Women at Ground Zero: Stories of Courage and Compassion. Indianapolis: Pearson/Alpha Books.
Halvorson, Sarah J. 2004. Women’s management of the household health environment: responding to childhood diarrheal disease in the northern areas, Pakistan. Health and Place 10: 43-58.

__________. 2003. Placing health risks in the Karakoram: local perceptions of disease, dependency, and social change in northern Pakistan. Mountain Research and Development 23(3): 271-277.

__________. 2003a. A geography of children’s vulnerability: gender, household resources, and water-related disease hazard in northern Pakistan. The Professional Geographer 55(2):120-133.

__________. 2002. Environmental health risks and gender in the Karakoram-Himalaya, Pakistan. The Geographical Review 92 (2): 257-281.


Hameed, Kashif. 2001. Gender Issues in Livelihood and Flood Disaster: Case Studies of Kamra and Kort Villages, Jhang District, Punjab. Source: LODRR Project, ITDG-South Asia, 5 Lionel Edirisinghe Mawatha, Kirulapone, Colombo 5, Sri Lanka, Tel: +94 11 2829412, Fax: +94 11 2856188, E-mail: general@itdg.slt.lk.
Hena, Hasna. 1992. Why women appear vulnerable. Pp. 67-73 in H. Hossain et al. (eds.), From Crisis to Development: Coping With Disasters in Bangladesh. Dhaka: University Press Limited.
Hoffman, Susanna. 1998. Eve and Adam among the embers: gender patterns after the Oakland Berkeley firestorm. Pp. 55-61in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster.
Hoffman, Susanna. 1999. The regenesis of traditional gender patterns in the wake of disaster. Pp. 173-191 in Susanna Hoffman and Anthony Oliver-Smith (eds.), The Angry Earth: Disaster in Anthropological Perspective. New York: Routledge.
Holloway, Ailsa (ed). 1999. Risk, Sustainable Development and Disasters. Capetown: PeriPeri Publications.
Honeycombe, Beth. 1994. Special needs of women in emergency situations. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 8 (4): 28-31.
Ikeda, Keiko.1995. Gender differences in human loss and vulnerability in natural disasters: a case study from Bangladesh. Indian Journal of Gender Studies 2 (2): 171-193.
Intermediate Technology Group. Women and drought. 1997. Occasional Paper on Disaster and Development. Available through ITG: www.oneworld.org/itdg and excerpted in Fernando and Fernando (eds), South Asian Women Facing Disasters, Securing Life. Colombo: Intermediate Technology Publications for Duryog Nivaran
Jiggins, Janice. 1986. Women and seasonality: coping with crisis and calamity. IDS Bulletin 17 (3): Sussex: Institute of Development Studies.
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Kabir, Royeka. 1995. Bangladesh: surviving the cyclone is not enough. Stop Disasters 24: 5-6.
Kafi, Sharif. 1992. Disaster and destitute women: twelve case studies. Dhaka: Bangladesh Development Partnership Center, Disaster Resource Unit.
Kuranci, Nuray. 1995. Turkey: what makes women act. Stop Disasters 24: 9.
Karanci, Nuray and Bahattin Askrit. 2003. Observations on social and psychological aspects of the 1 May 2003 Bingöl earthquake. Paper submitted to the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Karanci, Nuray et al. 1999. Gender differences in psychological distress, coping, social support and related variables following the 1995 Dinar (Turkey) earthquake. North American Journal of Psychology 1(2): 189-204.
Katwikirize, Stuart. 2001. Understanding Resettlement Capacities and Vulnerabilities of Displaced Male and Female Headed Households: A Case of Three Camps in Northern Uganda. World Vision International/Cranfield Disaster Management Centre. Thesis presented at the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Kelleher, Margaret. 1997. The Femininization of Famine: Expressions of the Inexpressible? Durham: Duke University Press.
__________. 1997a. Woman as famine victim: the figure of woman in Irish famine narratives. Pp. 241-254 in Ronit Lentin (ed.), Gender and Catastrophe. London: Zed.
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Khondker, Habibul Haque. 1996. Women and floods in Bangladesh. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 14 (3): 281-292.
Kirambi, Alice. 2004. Gender equality and disaster risk reduction: building capacity in women’s and community groups. Paper prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Kirschenbaum, Avi. 2003. “Mother Hen Effect,” book chapter in Chaos Organization and Disaster Management, Public Administration and Public Policy Series #105. Available through Dekker.com.
__________. Forthcoming. Families and disaster behavior: a reassessment of family preparedness. Working Paper, Behavioral Science Area, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.
Klinenberg, Eric. 2002. Dying alone: the social production of isolation (Chapter One). Pp. 37-78 in Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Kottegoda, Sepati. 2001. A study of gender aspects of communities living with drought and landslide in Sri Lanka. Source: LODRR Project, ITDG-South Asia, 5 Lionel Edirisinghe Mawatha, Kirulapone, Colombo 5, Sri Lanka, Tel: +94 11 2829412, Fax: +94 11 2856188, E-mail: general@itdg.slt.lk
Krajeski, Richard and Kristina Peterson. 1997. ‘But she is a woman and this is a man’s job:’ lessons for participatory research and participatory recovery. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17 (1): 123-130.
Krauss, Celene. 1993. Women and toxic waste protests: race, class and gender as sources of resistance. Qualitative Sociology 16 (3): 247-262.
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Krishnamurty, Jayasankar. 2001. The ILO response to natural disasters. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
Krishnaraj, Maithreyi. 1997. Gender issues in disaster management: the Latur earthquake. Gender, Technology and Development 1 (3): 395-411.
Kumar-Range, Shubh. 2001. Environmental management and disaster risk reduction: a gender perspective. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
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Major, Ann Marie. 1999. Gender differences in risk and communication behavior: responses to the New Madrid earthquake prediction. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17 (3): 313-338.
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Meyreles, Lourdes and Kelva Perez. Gender and risk reduction, Dominican Republic: la barquita. Power Point presentation prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Mikayelyan, Armine. 2001. Earthquake mitigation from a gender perspective in Armenia. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
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__________. 2000. Women and families in disaster: emergency management issues and recommendations. Pp. 554-563 in Sammy Amin and Sam Fullerton (eds.), International Business Practices: Contemporary Readings. Cumberland, MD: Academy of Business Administration.
__________. 2003. Household and Family. Chapter prepared for A Social Vulnerability Approach to Disasters [on-line college syllabus for the US Federal Emergency Management Agency]. Available through FEMA: http://166.112.200.141/emi/edu/aem_courses.htm.
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