Attachment, Bushfire Preparedness, Planning, and Response among Animal Guardians: A South Australian Case Study

@inproceedings{ODwyer2018AttachmentBP,
  title={Attachment, Bushfire Preparedness, Planning, and Response among Animal Guardians: A South Australian Case Study},
  author={Lisel Alice O'Dwyer and Kirrilly Thompson},
  booktitle={PLoS currents},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND Animal ownership has been identified as a risk factor for human survivability of natural disasters. Animal guardians have been reported to react or act in ways that may put their own safety and that of emergency services personnel at risk when faced with a natural disaster. Recent research has suggested that this risk factor could be reconfigured as a protective factor, whereby desires to save animals from natural disaster harm could motivate increased planning and preparedness… CONTINUE READING
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