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Social Research which has emerged from the Christchurch earthquakes in the last two years…

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Here is a selection of academic papers which have been written in 2018 and 2019 in relation to events post Christchurch earthquakes. Some of the topics address health, real-estate, city planning, social work  and insurance of course… Run your eye down the list, there’s something bound to be of interest!

Insurance for Catastrophes: Why Are Natural Hazards Underinsured, and Does It Matter? A Kusuma, C Nguyen, I Noy – Advances in Spatial and Economic Modeling of …, 2019 … In the above-mentioned 2011 Christchurch earthquake, practically all residential damages were covered by insurance. 3.4.2.2  Japanese Earthquake Reinsurance (JER) … 3.6.2 Case Study: The Christchurch Earthquake Sequence (2010–2011) …

Factors that Affect Cost of Housing Repairs Following the Canterbury Earthquakes C Noventius – 2019 … This research’s main data is taken from Christchurch, New Zealand, after the earthquake as the event hits the nation’s most expensive disaster and the third rank in the world. Hundred thousand houses damaged after the earthquake and many people were affected …

The Opportunity Cost of Outdated Neighborhoods in a City: Evidence from the 2010-2011 Christchurch Earthquakes Y Fu, S Shi – 2019 … A perception of Christchurch as a low earthquake-risk area and the low accuracy of these previous liquefaction hazard … value (see footnote 10) among the Christchurch homes that filed for earthquake-damage claims was 7.7 percent …

Terror in Christchurch: Here comes the ‘Peace Train’ L Neill, N Hemmington, A Emery – Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, 2019 … The 2010/2011  Canterbury Earthquake Sequence resulted in unprece- dented population movements out of Christchurch City. The city’s population decreased by 14,000 between
2010 and 2011, and by a further 7,200 people between 2011 and 2012 …

Temporary Cenotaph: A Contradiction in Terms? S Carlton – War and Memorials, 2019 … Extensive research into both the commemoration of war and the situation in post-earthquake Christchurch resulted in two principal hypotheses: firstly, that Christchurch residents are likely to have opinions on the dislocation …

Soft Infrastructure for Hard Times: Collaborative Planning for the (Re) Building of S Vallance, S Edwards, D Conradson, Z Karaminejad – Practice, 2019 … The Waimakariri District Council (WMK). The 2010 earthquake resulted in extensive damage to Kaiapoi, Pines Beach and Kairaki in the Waimakariri District. Though a smaller community, in proportional terms Kaiapoi was as badly affected as the city of Christchurch …

 [PDF] LET THE PEOPLE SING!”–ACTION RESEARCH EXPLORING TEACHERS’MUSICAL CONFIDENCE WHEN ENGAGING LEARNERS IN ‘SINGING FOR WELLBEING D Rickson, J Atkinson, D Reynolds, R Legg – JTAR, 2019 … Introduction Waitākiri School in Christchurch opened in 2014, as part of the larger restructuring of Christchurch schools following … Despite experiencing significant ongoing challenges associated with a post-earthquake

Measuring the impact of insurance on urban earthquake recovery using nightlights CN Nguyen, I Noy – Journal of Economic Geography, 2019 … (3) Earthquake risk was considered very low in Christchurch; in the pre-2010 New Zealand …
The preliminary set of estimations, described in Section 6.1, is intended to establish the
short-term impact of earthquake damage on local economic activity in Great Christchurch …

How do women experience counselling in a women-only space?: a thematic analysis of nine women’s experiences of counselling within a Women’s Centre in New … D Gatenby – 2019 … for many affected by the earthquakes in Canterbury and a number of agencies offered earthquake related counselling such as the Canterbury Charity Hospital, Petersgate Counselling Centre and the Salvation Army (Richards …

Post-disaster business recovery SC Morrish, R Jones … repairs of homes and infrastructure are still on-going today. Statistics New Zealand estimated that Christchurch’s population decreased by approximately 3.5% from June 2010 to June 2012 (Canterbury Earthquake Recovery …

Initiating earthquake talk with young children: Children’s social competence and the use of resources A Bateman, SJ Danby – Children and Mental Health Talk: Perspectives on …, 2020 … This chapter aims to reveal how talk about the traumatic experiences of being involved in the Christchurch earthquake is initiated and managed in one early childhood centre through the everyday interactions between the teachers and children …

Wellbeing After a Managed Retreat: Observations from a Large New Zealand Program T Hoang, I Noy – 2019 … importance. We examine the wellbeing of the people who were forced to move as part of a large managed-retreat program that was implemented in Christchurch, New Zealand, after the 2011 earthquake the city experienced. We …

Modelling residential habitability and human displacement for tsunami scenarios in Christchurch, New Zealand F Scheele, T Wilson, EM Lane, K Crowley, MW Hughes… – International Journal of …, 2019 … Vecere et al. [11] identified HAZUS-MH and ERGO-EQ as the most appropriate models for estimating sheltering needs in post- earthquake context, and applied the models to a case study of the 22 February 2011 Christchurch earthquake …

Salience of Hazard Disclosure and House Prices: Evidence from Christchurch, New Zealand Y Huang – 2019 … capitalized into property prices in Christchurch before the 2010-2011 earthquake sequence. I will test this hypothesis using the liquefaction hazard maps from stage II (2002) and stage IV (2005) studies … result of the 2010-2011 earthquake sequence in Christchurch …

[HTML] Digital Earth for Disaster Mitigation M Konecny, T Bandrova, P Kubicek, S Marinova… – Manual of Digital Earth, 2020 … as those of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), which was organized during Working Week 2016 in Christchurch, New Zealand … weak in their knowledge when disasters are combined, as in the Fukushima nuclear …

Governing Through Relationship: A Positive Critique of School Social Work Practice in Post-EarthquakeChristchurch, New Zealand R Tudor – The British Journal of Social Work, 2019 This article outlines some findings from an inquiry undertaken in the aftermath of 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, in which positive critique was used to examine the practice accounts of twelve school social workers alongside …

A different way of thinking about seismic risk J Hare – Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake …, 2019 … This was apparent in the outcomes from the both the Christchurch earthquake and the Kaikōura earthquake … The liquefaction hazard in parts of Christchurch was known long before the earthquake, even if the severity of the exposure was not fully recognised …

Pride and prejudice: LGBTIQ community responses to disaster events worldwide B Larkin – Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The, 2019

The role of social capital in small business disaster recovery: a multiple case study of Christchurch and Kaikoura businesses. MP Bethany – 2019

Building Organisational Resilience for the Construction Industry: Strategic Resilience Indicators Z Sapeciay, S Wilkinson, SB Costello, H Adnan – IOP Conference Series: Earth and …, 2019 … Email: zul367@salam.uitm.edu.my Abstract: New Zealand has been affected by a number of natural disasters in recent years. One such example is the 2010 Christchurch earthquake that led to significant impacts to businesses, buildings and critical infrastructure …

Pacific Perspectives: Why study Europe’s Middle Ages in Aotearoa New Zealand? C Jones, M Williams – 2020 … Another example concerns the post-earthquake rebuild of Christchurch, in which efforts were made to locate synergies between Māori and western design features in the planning of a new convention centre for the city.18 …

[HTML] Christchurch uncovered M Hickey … used on ceramic food containers throughout the latter half of the 19th century, although they are not common on Christchurch archaeological sites … Posted in Archaeology, Artefacts, Conflict | Tagged artefacts, ceramics, earthquake

[DOC] Sandeeka Mannakkara Suzanne Wilkinson R Potangaroa … The New Zealand Christchurch Earthquake Recovery Authority’s “Recovery
Strategy” (CERA, 2013) advocated for managing recovery activities using
a participatory approach, regenerating the economy, restoring and …

Leadership Concerns Such as the Clery Act for Crisis Communication during Emergencies on College Campuses KR Singer – 2019 … how communication in these events is done differs in some ways from how communication is done in an earthquake, fire, or other natural disaster where likely the disaster is obvious to … major earthquake potential and urban violence …

How Christchurch Hospital gave a lifeline to mass casualty trauma patients C Richards – ANZCA Bulletin, 2019 … Mass casualty – earthquakes versus shootings For a department that had been through two major trauma events in the September 2010 and February
2011 Christchurch earthquakes, March 15 was a different experience … The …

Benefiting from the regional problem: The politics of 60 years of regional development J McNeill – New Zealand Geographer, 2019 … regional development fund, funding a digital initiative in Dunedin and $300 million capital development to develop Christchurch’s red zone and assist the Christchurch stadium construction—the housing in the red zone and …

How occupants respond to building emergencies: A systematic review of behavioral characteristics and behavioral theories J Lin, R Zhu, N Li, B Becerik-Gerber – Safety Science, 2020

Facing being on shaky ground: Exploring the concept of courage through older adults’ experiences of the Canterbury earthquakes N Weld – 2019 … The Canterbury earthquake sequence that began in 2010 provided a unique
context in which to undertake research that would contribute to further
conceptualisation of courage. This qualitative study was undertaken in …

A new look at population change and regional development in Aotearoa New Zealand L Brabyn, NO Jackson – New Zealand Geographer, 2019 … The Christchurch earthquake delayed the 2011 population census to 2013. Note that
2018 census data were not available for this research at the time of publication in 2019.
1976‐2013 … The Christchurch earthquake delayed the 2011 population census to 2013 …

Transportation Disruptions and Regional Supply Chains: A Modeling Framework with Application to Coastal Shipping SE Chang, H Dowlatabadi – Advances in Spatial and Economic Modeling of …, 2019 … Recent examples of earthquake and/or tsunami damage to ports include Lyttelton in the 2011 Christchurch (New Zealand) earthquake, numerous Chilean ports in the 2010 Maule earthquake, and ports throughout northeastern Japan in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami …

Defining Vulnerability H Forbes-Mewett, K Nguyen-Trung – Vulnerability in a Mobile World, 2019 … Chernobyl collapse), financial crises, nuclear conflicts and wars and terrorism (such as 9/11 or recent Christchurch mosque shooting in … For them, natural
disasters (that is, disasters associated with natural hazards such as storms …

 Disaster and unplanned disruption: Personal travel planning and workplace relocation in Christchurch, New Zealand J Frater, S Vallance, J Young, R Moreham – Case Studies on Transport Policy, 2019 … The relocation of businesses back to the central city following the earthquake sequence of 2010/2011 in Christchurch, provided a unique situation to examine workplace relocation and associated travel patterns on a larger scale than normally occurs …

[HTML] Agency, Time and Urban Transformation M Arefi, N Nasser – 2019 … Similar to giving a positive spin on the difficult times of austerity, the indigenous population in Christchurch pursued their self-determination by creating new opportunities in the post-earthquake recovery period …

[PDF] LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCE: EXPLORING PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY GROWTH THROUGH WORK BASED LEARNING PROCESSES H Carpenter, G Ker … Both the Christchurch earthquake of 2011 and the Brixton riots of 1981 have featured in Capable learners’ portfolios as profound learning events. Experience in sports at elite
as well as community levels feature in leadership and learning experiences …

Building Structural Systems in Christchurch’s Post-Earthquake Reconstruction M Bruneau, G MacRae – Earthquake Spectra, 2019 After the 2010–2011 Canterbury earthquakes, much of the Christchurch Central Business District was demolished, and a new city is in the process of emerging in its place. A series of interviews conducted with key professionals involved with the …

[PDF] Developing a Public Health Risk Assessment Toolkit for Mass Gatherings and Trialling for an International Multi-Sport Mass Gathering Event M Molloy, E Power, AP Gregory, R Ciottone – Prehosp Disaster Med, 2019 … ences. In the Christchurch Earthquake, NZ (2011), with young Japanese casualties in a collapsed building, our core member reported the needs of families’ mental support, which showed the validity of our policy. Results: In …

[HTML] Haarp earthquakes D Wigington … Some excerpts from a report on the disaster are below. Was the Christchurch earthquake a terrible natural disaster, or was it a terrible MAN MADE disaster … Hillary Clinton Emails Show Advanced Warning of Christchurch Earthquake …

PDF] Hospital avoidance: an integrated community system to reduce acute hospital demand G McGeoch, B Shand, C Gullery, G Hamilton, M Reid – Primary health care research & …, 2019 … with a major quake in early 2011 causing 185 deaths and widespread damage to healthcare infrastructure, particularly Christchurch Hospital (McIntosh et …in part, to the diminishing impact on acute health services of the large …

Do natural disasters affect monetary policy? A quasi-experiment of earthquakes J Klomp – Journal of Macroeconomics, 2019 … The key findings of this study clearly point out that on average the short-run policy interest rate falls in the first year after the earthquake … After about three years earthquake effect has disappeared and the policy rate …

To cordon or not to cordon: The inherent complexities of post-earthquake cordons learned from New Zealand Experiences SR Shrestha, C Orchiston – 2019 … We use a qualitative method to understand cordons through case studies of two cities where it was used in different temporal and spatial scales: Christchurch (2011) and Wellington (Kaikōura earthquake 2016), New Zealand …

[PDF] Governing community resilience: Interconnections between community resilience, well-being and capitals. M Garcia – 2019 … to the 4th of September 2010 earthquake. WDC drew on human capital interwoven … References. Kenney, C. (2016). Engaging the ‘Other’: Māori, urban recovery and resilience planning in Christchurch, New Zealand in the aftermath of the 2010-2011 Earthquakes …

Suck it up’mentality in nursing needs to change, says traumatised nurse N Griffith – Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand, 2019 … Not long after this, my other precious dog died. In February 2011, Christchurch was hit by the 6.3 magnitude earthquake. Watching the devastation on television, I decided to go into work early. The injuries we treated in intensive care were horrific …

Patterns of Earthquake-Related Mortality at a Whole-Country Level: New Zealand, 1840–2017 S Abeling, N Horspool, D Johnston, D Dizhur, N Wilson… – Earthquake Spectra, 2019 … earthquake with 256 primary deaths and the February  2011 Christchurch earthquake with 185 57 primary deaths) (Wilson et al., 2017) … the MMIs for the 2011 Christchurch earthquake shown in Figure 3c. Where community MMIs 98 …

Investigation into the Factors Affecting Costs of Earthquake Damage Repair Work R Kahandawa, N Domingo, G Chawynski, SR Um – 2019 … Available at: <https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/90380>. 2. Wood, A., Noy, I. and Parker, M., 2016. Bulletin Vol. 79, No. 3 February 2016 – The Canterbury rebuild five years on from the Christchurch earthquake. Reserve bank of New Zealand … 

[PDF] Towards Global Earthquake Early Warning with the MyShake Smartphone Seismic Network Part 2–Understanding MyShake performance around the world Q Kong, R Martin-Short, RM Allen – arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.08137, 2019 … The magnitude of some of the smaller events are overestimated; the majority of these small events are aftershocks of the February 22nd 2011 M6.1 Christchurch earthquake. In our 200 simulations of this event, the magnitude …

Understanding Tsunami Evacuation Dynamics: Informing Agent-Based Evacuation Modelling Through a Case Study of the 2016 Kaikōura Earthquake L Tilley, D Barnhill – 2019 … evacuations. This research aims to address this gap by analysing evacuation behaviour and movements of Kaikōura and Southshore/New Brighton (coastal suburb of Christchurch) residents following the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake

[PDF] Accounting for Building Torsional Behaviour During Strong Earthquake Shaking H Soleimankhani, G MacRae, T Sullivan – 2019 … ROSE School, IUSS. MacRae, G. & Deam, B., 2009. Building Regularity for Simplified Modelling, Christchurch, New Zealand: The Earthquake Commission Project No. 06/514. Fox, M. , Beyer, K. & Sullivan, T., 2017. Application of …

[PDF] Effective Plans for Hospital System Response to Earthquake Emergencies L Ceferino, J Mitrani-Reiser, A Kiremidjian, G Deierlein… – 2019 Page 1. Effective Plans for Hospital System Response to Earthquake 1 Emergencies 2 … This methodology is applied to Lima, Peru, subjected to a disaster scenario based on 19 the M 8.0 earthquake that occurred there in 1940 …

Validation of ground motion simulations via response history analysis of special moment resisting frames using an automated workflow V Loghman, B Bradley, R Chandramohan, C McGann – 2019 … of simulated ground motions was investigated via the automated workflow by comparing the dynamic responses of three steel special moment frame (SMRF) subjected to the 40 observed and 40 simulated ground motions of 22 February 2011 Christchurch earthquake

Effects of Simulated Magnitude 9 Earthquake Motions on Reinforced Concrete Wall Structures in the Pacific Northwest N Marafi, J Berman, A Makdisi, M Eberhard – 2019 … View/Open. POSTER – Marafi_Effects of Simulated Magnitude 9 Earthquake
Motions on Reinforced Concrete Wall Structures in the Pacific Northwest. pdf (12.03Mb). Author … UC Research Repository University Library University …

Minimising Public Health Risk from Human Waste after a large Wellington Fault Earthquake M Brenin, C Stewart, J Horswell, D Johnston… – 2019 … While attention has been paid to the consequences of earthquake damage to road, electricity and water supply networks, the consequences of … it is important to note that isolation is likely to be a much greater factor for …

Unintended Consequences of the Earthquake-Prone Building Legistation E Aigwi, J Ingham, O Filippova, R Phipps – 2019 … The unintended consequences of the earthquake-prone building legislation may have impacted most historical buildings in the city centres of New Zealand’s provincial … UC Research Repository University Library University …

[HTML] Persistent Precarity and the Disaster of Everyday Life: Homeless People’s Experiences of Natural and Other Hazards JC Gaillard, V Walters, M Rickerby, Y Shi – International Journal of Disaster Risk …, 2019 … In Christchurch, rents have escalated since the 2011 earthquake due to decreased housing stock and increased demand, especially within the low cost housing market (Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment 2013) …

Seismic retrofitting of Māori wharenui in Aotearoa New Zealand A Crum, D Brown, T Fa’aui, N Vallis, JM Ingham – … Transactions of the Royal Society A, 2019 … Aotearoa New Zealand regularly experiences large earthquakes, with the Canterbury earthquake sequence commencing in 2010 and causing extensive damage to Aotearoa
New Zealand’s second largest city of Ōtautahi, also known as Christchurch …

A Grant, M Hart, ER Langer – Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The, 2019 … Examples include the Christchurch earthquake in 2011 and the Port Hills fires in 2017, where it proved difficult to manage people when they arrived at places where rescues or property protection were being undertaken. Employer …Integrating volunteering cultures in New Zealand’s multi-hazard environment

[PDF] Social media usage reveals how regions recover after natural disaster R Eyre, F De Luca, F Simini – arXiv preprint arXiv:1908.07384, 2019 … [7] A. Harding and F. Powell, “Variations in pedestrian traffic count in christchurch due to the september 2010 darfield (canterbury) earthquake,” in Proceedings of the Ninth Pacific Conference on Earthquake Engineer …

The order is rapidly fadin’ M Strack – Journal of Property, Planning and Environmental Law, 2019 … In New Zealand, Christchurch is built on drained wetland. It has also, rather unexpectedly, suffered from a devastating earthquake which has resulted
in many properties being red-zoned as inappropriate for continued occupation …

The National Flood Insurance Program and Climate Change: Increasing Community Resilience through Flood Mitigation L McDaniel – 2019 Enacted into law in 1968, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) provides thousands of homeowners, businessowners, and communities with insurance in the event of a flood. The program goals are to provide primary flood insurance and …

A first order evaluation of the capacity of a healthcare network under emergency GP Cimellaro, S Marasco, AZ Noori, SA Mahin – Earthquake Engineering and …, 2019 … occurred in Japan in 2003. The performance of the Canterbury hospital system to
the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake has been analyzed by Jacques et al. (2014) using
a holistic approach. The functionality of healthcare services …

The impact of the Canterbury earthquakes on dispensing for older person’s mental health B Beaglehole, C Bloomer, T Zhang, G Hamilton… – International journal of …, 2019 … N Engl J Med 2013;369:1836-1842. 2. Ardagh MW, Richardson SK, Robinson V, et al. The initial health-system response to the earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, in February, 2011. Lancet 2012;379:2109 …

A scoping review of postdisaster social support investigations conducted after disasters that struck the Australia and Oceania continent K Kaniasty, I de Terte, J Guilaran, S Bennett – Disasters … Longmans, Green, and Co. *Johnson, VA and KR Rohan (2014) ‘Classroom responses of New Zealand school teachers following the 2011 Christchurch
Earthquake‘. Natural Hazards. 72(2). pp. 1075–1092. Kaniasty, K. (2011) …

Strategic approaches for developing a culture of safety management in schools: Indications from literature studies S Bhebhe, T Runhare, RJ Monobe – Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies, 2019 … In New Zealand, there is a disaster preparedness policy that came into effect after the impacts of the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, which resulted in 185 deaths and significant damage to property and human life (GNS Science 2011) …

The provision and utility of earth science to decision-makers: synthesis and key findings MC Quigley, LG Bennetts, P Durance, PM Kuhnert… – Environment Systems and …, 2019 … In reality, as disclosed in the “Brownlee paper” presented in confidence by the Minister for Earthquake Recovery to the New Zealand … Land-use planning changes required development of a new Christchurch City Replace …

Fraud in disaster: Rethinking the phases BE Aguirre, D Lane – International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2019  … Similarly, Abe et al. [11], analysed official crime statistics in the aftermath of the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami catastrophe and succeeded in convincing most government officials and personnel from …

[PDF] REPAIRABILITY DECISIONS BASED ON SIMPLIFIED ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES M Polese, M Di Ludovico, MG d’Aragona, A Prota … scenarios REFERENCES [1] F. Marquis, JJ Kim, KJ Elwood, & SE Chang, Understanding post-earthquake de- cisions on multi-storey concrete buildings in Christchurch, New Zealand. Bull Earth- quake Eng, 15(2), 731-758, 2017 [2 …

Advances in Sustainable Construction Materials and Geotechnical Engineering: Select Proceedings of TRACE 2018 SK Shukla … Construction and Structural Mechanics • Building Materials • Concrete, Steel and Timber Structures • Geotechnical Engineering • Earthquake Engineering • Coastal … He was also Erskine Visiting Fellow at the University of Canterbury …

Regressivity in Public Natural Hazard Insurance: a Quantitative Analysis of the New Zealand Case S Owen, I Noy – Economics of Disasters and Climate Change, 2019 … This is a plausible measure since virtually all homes in Christchurch were damaged in the  Canterbury earthquake sequence, and if anything, homeowners of weaker socioeconomic backgrounds were located closer …

[PDF] How to Involve Businesses in Community Resilience Planning Y Xiao – 2019 … Business Page 50. Adaptation is the Key (cont.) 2011 Christchurch Earthquake, New Zealand Business owner shut down the business, worked for another business as employee, waiting for the market to recover and then reopen …

Resilience and Critical Power System Infrastructure A Schweikert, L Nield, E Otto, M Deinert – 2019 … Page 10.   Earthquake 2 Christchurch Earthquake 2011 Christchurch, New Zealand Magnitude 6.3 Transmission lines, substations, backup generators N/A 2011 Virginia, United States Magnitude 5.8 No damages, curtailment …

Trying to make sense of the unthinkable S Richardson – Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand, 2019 … A different disaster During the earthquake, we were all proud to be part of the response and to be using our skills to the fullest … This has overtones of shame and guilt, disbe- lief that it could have happened at all, that it happened …

Public interest and participation in planning and infrastructure decisions for disaster risk management K MacAskill – International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2019 … has had limited success. This paper expands on observations of earthquake recovery in Christchurch, New Zealand, which has a relatively advanced institutional framework for managing disaster risk. It demonstrates that pre …

Lessons learned about stress and the heart after major earthquakes RA Kloner – American Heart Journal, 2019 …


Residential insurance market responses after earthquake: A survey of Christchurch dwellers R Mumo, R Watt – International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2019 Lack of effective information on the impact of catastrophe on insurance market affects risk assessment and the quantity of insurance coverage. This leads to suboptimal decision making with respect to level of insurance coverage to purchase. This study …

Women’s place-making through craft in post-earthquake Christchurch J Maidment, R Tudor, A Campbell, K Whittaker – Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work, 2019 INTRODUCTION: There is little research on the role of creative arts and craft in
disaster recovery. This article reports findings about the emergent role of crafting
from research conducted after the 2010–2011 series of earthquakes in Christchurch  …

An assessment of best practices of extreme weather insurance and directions for a more resilient society P Hudson, LT De Ruig, MC de Ruiter, OJ Kuik… – Environmental Hazards, 2019

The Role of Natural Disaster Insurance in Recovery and Risk Reduction C Kousky – 2019 … for other factors. A recent study investigated the role of insurance in promoting
business recovery in New Zealand following the Christchurch earthquake in 2011
and had similar findings (Poontirakul et al. 2017). A survey was …

 [PDF] Emerging economy entrepreneurs and open data: Decision-making for natural disaster resilience I Žebrytė, F Fonseca-Vasquez, R Hartley – Journal of Small Business Strategy, 2019 … of business, organizational, sectorial (consumer demand), and destination resilience in New Zealand’s urban settings after the Christchurch earth- quakes … tourist destination re- silience, which was used in Chile’s emerging …

Tsunami impact assessment: development of vulnerability matrix for critical infrastructure and application to Christchurch, New Zealand JH Williams, TM Wilson, N Horspool, EM Lane… – Natural Hazards, 2019 …  although Christchurch is the focus of the present impact assessment, methods defined are intended to be widely applicable … methods; compromised data accuracy with delay of survey after event; non-definitive hazard origin of impact …

[PDF] How Development Affects News Media Coverage of Earthquakes: Implications for Disaster Risk Reduction in Observing Communities T Jamieson, DA Van Belle – Sustainability, 2019 … In chronological order, the earthquakes in the sample were the 2005 Kashmir earthquake in Pakistan, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the 2010 Chilean earthquake, the 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, and the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan …

Understanding the transient population: insights from linked administrative data N Jiang, G Pacheco, K Dasgupta – Journal of Population Research, 2019 … 6 Note that while there was usually a 5 year gap between Census waves, there was a 7 year gap between the 2006 and 2013 waves, due the impacts of the Christchurch earthquake in 2011. 7 Comprehensive information about …

Ethics in Disaster Research: A New Declaration J Kendra, S Gregory – Disaster Research and the Second Environmental …, 2019 … evidence to the contrary. In an egregious move, New Zealand implemented a 90-day moratorium on social science research after the Christchurch earthquake, an astonishing infringement on liberty. Because ethics is an important …

[PDF] Enhancing Public Security Through the Use of Social Media K Hadjimatheou, J Coaffee, A De Vries – European Law Enforcement Research …, 2019 … then get spread. For example, during the Christchurch earthquake in New Zealand
and the flooding in Queensland, Australia, (both 2011) social media was the primary
medium to broadcast information. After the recent spate …

Post-disaster business recovery: An entrepreneurial marketing perspective SC Morrish, R Jones – Journal of Business Research, 2019 … on-going today. Statistics New Zealand estimated that Christchurch’s population decreased by approximately 3.5% from June 2010 to June 2012 (Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA), 2014). Now, the population …

[PDF] Canterbury Engineering Hub Proposal P Bones, S Crimp – 2019 … A group of concerned people began to meet in Christchurch to discuss the situation and what might be done to reverse the trend … 6 Page 7. Methodology The first phase was to establish a map and boundaries of the Christchurch education engineering ecosystem …

Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress Symptom Trajectories Following the Fatal 2011 Christchurch, New Zealand Earthquake. H Jones, MJ Dorahy, E Britt, A Rowlands, C Renouf… – Journal of traumatic stress, 2019 People respond differently to potentially traumatic events. To explore predictors of a chronic and delayed trajectory of posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) after a natural disaster, we analyzed psychometric data collected from 412 residents of … 

The Role of Placemaking as a Tool for Resilience: Case Studies from Post-Earthquake Christchurch, New Zealand  D Brand, H Nicholson, N Allen – Earthquakes-Impact, Community Vulnerability and …, 2019 In the aftermath of the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand, community-led temporary and adaptive urbanism filled a gap between the emergency response and recovery. In the space between response and recovery …

A Review of Applications of Hedonic Pricing Models in the New Zealand Housing Market MA Fernandez … He uses a sample of 200 houses in Christchurch, and by controlling internal features of the house (size, age … regulations on the commercial building
stock due to the marked increase in the awareness of earthquake risk …

Ahi Kā Roa, Ahi Kā Ora Ōtautahi: Māori, Recovery Trajectories and Resilience in Canterbury, New Zealand C Kenney – Population, Development, and the Environment, 2019 … Although Christchurch residents were not as geographically impacted by
the earthquakes as residents further north, the earthquakes were a reminder
of the psychosocial and economic stresses imposed on the community …

Decision-making of middle school students during an earthquake M Cin, SA Degirmencay – Review of International Geographical Education Online …, 2018 … Johnson, VA & Ronan, KR (2014). Classroom responses of New Zealand school teachers following the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. Natural Hazards, 72, 1075-1092. Johnston,
D., Tarrant, R., Tipler, K., Coomer, M. & Ruth, SP (2011) …

 

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