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Hurricane Katrina and the Forgotten Coast of Mississippi
HURRICANE KATRINA AND THE FORGOTTEN COAST OF MISSISSIPPI. By Susan L. Cutter, Christopher T. Emrich, Jerry T. Mitchell, Walter W. Piegorsch, Mark M. Smith, and Lynn Weber, xiv and 194 pp.; maps,Expand
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Tourist plantation owners and slavery: a complex relationship
This paper examines owners of plantation heritage tourism sites as memorial entrepreneurs who control and negotiate the inclusion and specific treatment of the history of African enslavement.Expand
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Social Representational Communities and the Imagined Antebellum South
ABSTRACT Tourists come to museums with varied expectations and leave appreciating different aspects of their presentations. Thus, tourists/audiences are primed to see, hear, and experience certainExpand
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The Value of Social Network Analysis for Evaluating Academic-Community Partnerships and Collaborations for Social Determinants of Health Research.
Objective Community-based participatory research processes build healthy communities, as well as promote trust and genuine collaborative partnerships between stakeholders. Fostering relationships isExpand
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Considerations of the impacts of COVID-19 on domestic violence in the United States
“Stay home, save lives” has been shown to reduce the impacts of COVID-19; however, it is crucial to recognize that efforts not to stress healthcare systems may have unintended social consequencesExpand
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Domestic Violence and Pregnancy: A CBPR Coalition Approach to Identifying Needs and Informing Policy
Abstract:Background: Community engagement—the collaborative process of addressing issues that impact the well-being of a community—is a strategic effort to address community issues. The Gulf StatesExpand
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If the Lord is willing and the creek don't rise: Religious attendance and disaster recovery in the Deep South.
Objective This article examines the association between religious attendance and disaster recovery in Mississippi and Alabama. Methods We use ordinary least squares regression to determine the effectExpand
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Elections, news cycles, and attention to disasters.
  • C. Bright
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Disaster prevention and management
  • 23 June 2017
Purpose Political elections, especially presidential elections, have a tendency to overshadow other events, including disasters. Response to disasters during elections, such as Hurricane Matthew andExpand
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