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ATLIS 2012 Melissa O'Rourke Bibliography

ATLIS 2012 Melissa O'Rourke Bibliography

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Degendering Disaster:
An Examination of the Gender Differences in Today’s Natural Disasters
Melissa O’Rourke
 BibliographyAguilar, Lorena. Climate Change and Disaster Mitigation (
Conference for the InternationalUnion for Conservation of Nature,
2004), http://www.iucnworldconservationcongress.org(accessed November 04, 2011).Araujo, Ariana, Andrea Quesada-Aguilar, Lorena Aguilar, and Rebecca Pearl. Gender Equalityand Adaption (
Womens' Environment & Development Organization
, 2007), 1-4.Cannon, Terry. Gender and climate hazards in Bangladesh (
Gender & Development 
, 10, no. 22002), 45.Chang, Peter, Jeannie Harvey, Julie Montgomery, and Heather Powell. Gender Response for theHaiti Earthquake (
 Interaction Newsletter 
, March 2010), 1-5.Congleton, Robert. The story of Katrina: New Orleans and the political economy of catastrophe(
Public Choice
. 127. no. 1 2006), 5-30.Date-Bah, Eugenia Crisis Women and other Gender Concerns (
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no. 7 2002), 1-35.Davis, Ian, Kala Peiris De Costa, Khurshid Alam, Madhavi Malagoda Ariyabandu, Mirir Bhatt,Rita Schneider, and Satchit Balsari. Gender Issues in Tsunami Recovery Planning(
Tsunami, Gender and Recovery
. 1. no.6 2005), 1-16.Enarson, Elaine. Gender Issues in Natural Disasters: Talking Points and Research Needs (
 ILO InFocus Programme on Crisis Response and Reconstruction Workshop
, May 3-5, 2000,Geneva).
Felten-Bierman, Claudia. Gender and Natural Disaster: Sexualized violence and the tsunami(
. 49. no. 3 2006), 82-86.GenSalud, Gender and Natural Disasters (
Pan American Health Organization Regional Office of the WHO
, 2002).Hynes, M. and B.L Cardozo,
exual violence against refugee women
 Journal of Women’s
 Health & Gender-Based Medicine
9.no.8 2000), 819-823.Ikeda, Keiko. Gender Differences in Human Loss and Vulnerability in Natural Disasters: A CaseStudy from Bangladesh (
 Indian Journal of Gender Studies
. 171. no. 2 1995), 171-191.Jayasuriya, Sisira, and Peter McCawley,
The Asian Tsunami: Aid and Reconstruction after a Disaster 
(Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2010).National Climatic Data Center. U.S. Department of Commerce, Hurricane Katrina (Lastmodified December 29, 2005. Accessed November 07, 2011) http://ncdc.noaa.gov/.Nelson,Valerie, Kate Meadows, Terry Cannon, John Morton, and Adrienne Martin, Uncertainpredictions, invisible impacts, and the need to mainstream gender in climate changeadaptations (
Gender & Development 
. 10. no. 2, 2002), 51-59.Neumeyer, Eric and Thomas Plümper, The Gendered Nature of Natural Disasters: The Impact of Catastrophic Events on the Gender Gap in Life Expectancy, 1981-2002 (
 Annals of the American Association of Geographers,
97, no. 3 2007), 551-556.Oxfam International, The Tsunami's Impact on Women (
Oxfam Briefing Note
; 2005), 1-14.

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