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Convergence Behavior in Disasters

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Disaster
Study
Number
9
Convergence
Behavior
in
Disasters
A
Problem
in
Social
Control
CHARLES
E.
FRITZ
AND
J.
H.
MATHEWSON
Committeeon
Disaster
Studies
National
Academy
off
Sciences-National
Research
Council
Publication
476
 
MEMBERS
Carlyle
F.
Jacobsen,
Chairman
Dwight
W.
Chapman,
Co-chairman
Charles
W.
BrayJohn
A.
Clausen
John
P.Gillin
Irving
L
Janis
Lewis
M.
Killian
John
H.
Mathewson
Russell
W.
Newman
John
W.
Raker
John
P.
Spiegel
Anthony
F.
C.
Wallace
MEMBERS,
ex
officio
Clyde
Kluckhohn
Harry
Harlow
STAFF
Harry
B.
Williams,
Technical
Director
Charles
E.
Fritz
LuisaFisher
Jeannette
F.
Rayner
Mark
J.
Nearman
Helen
McMahon
Devorah
K.
Berdansky
DIVISION
OF
ANTHROPOLOGY
AND
PSYCHOLOGY
Clyde
Kluckhohn,
Chairman
Glen
Finch,
ExecutiveSecretary
COMMITTEE
ON
DISASTER
STUDIES
The
Committee
on
Disaster
Studies
is
a
committee
of
the
Division
of
Anthropology
and
Psychology,
National
Academy
of
Sciences
National
Research
Council.
It
was
established
as
the
result
of
a
request
made
of
the
Academy
Research
Council
by
the
Sur-
geonsGeneral
of
the
Army,
the
Navy,
and
theAir
Force,that
it
"conduct
a
survey
and
study
in
the
fields
of
scientific
research
and
development
applicable
to
problems
which
might
result
from
disasters
caused
by
enemy
action."
The
function
of
the
Committee
is
to
aid
in
develop-
ing
a
field
of
scientific
research
on
the
human
aspects
of
disaster.
TheCommittee
maintains
a
clearinghouse
on
disaster
research,
publishes
a
roster
of
scientific
personnel
in
the
field
of
disaster
research,
and
issues
periodically
a
Newsletter.
It
makes
modest
grants
to
encourage
research
in
disaster
studies,
advises
with
responsible
officials
on
problems
of
human
behavior
in
disaster,
and
from
time
to
time
issues
reports
on
the
results
of
disaster
research.
At
present
its
activities
are
supported
by
a
grant
from
the
Ford
Foundation,
and
by
a
special
grant
from
the
National
Institute
of
Mental
Health
of
the
Department
of
Health,
Education
and
Welfare.
 
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the
collection
of
the
7
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v
JUibrary
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San
Francisco,California
2007

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