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Disaster risk and children part I: why poverty-stricken populations are impacted most.
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Pediatric Alternate Site of Care During the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic
Objectives: This study aimed to describe the design and implementation of an alternate site of care (ASC) for nonurgent pediatric patients with influenza-like illnesses during the 2009 H1N1 pandemicExpand
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Survey of emergency management professionals to assess ideal characteristics of a photographic-based family reunification tool.
OBJECTIVE A reunification tool that captures images of children at the time of the disaster would enable parents to locate their missing children, particularly if the children are unable toExpand
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Pediatric Aspects of Hospital Preparedness
The frequency of national and international disaster events, increased media attention, and regulatory changes have all contributed to an improved public awareness of the vital role hospitals play inExpand
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“Smashing Images in Your Face”: Mobile Perception and Urban Media in James Rosenquist’s Pop
Abstract James Rosenquist’s paintings of the early 1960s have been interpreted as a Pop synthesis of media imagery and the formal and aesthetic logic of mid-century American abstract art. TheseExpand
“Nothing Is So Dangerous as Hypothesis”: The Mission Héliographique, Photography, and the Spectacle of History
Abstract This article considers the place of photography within historical discourse by reexamining the maligned 1851 Mission Héliographique, a French government photographic survey of ancientExpand
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Veiling the Mechanical Eye: Antoine Claudet and the Spectacle of Photography in Victorian London
The rise of commercial portrait photography in the mid-nineteenth century placed the bourgeois body squarely within technological processes of visual representation. Photography's chemical andExpand
Outside and In‐Between: Representation and Spatial Production in Dominique Gonzalez‐Foerster’s Urban Imagery
The photography and filmmaking of Dominique Gonzalez‐Foerster (b. 1965) depict derelict zones and dedicated spaces of social interaction in the built environment as intervals of stasis, anticipation,Expand
Rethinking media space
Thinking about space today requires thinking aboutmedia space. It is difficult to imagine – (let alone experience) a space entirely beyond the reach of media. Media, whether as narratives, products,Expand